Alan Baxter On June - 9 - 2010

If you live in the United States and are a fan of collectors editions, you have got to check out what Lucas Art’s have in store for you. $80 will buy you -

  • A collectable SteelBook
  • Exclusive in-game content
    • Three exclusive challenge mode levels
    • An exclusive Ralph McQuarrie concept “Deak Starkiller” skin
    • An exclusive Lightsaber crystal
  • An exclusive MIMOBOT designer 2GB USB Flash Drive that comes preloaded with:
    • Digital art book, featuring insights into the art of Star Wars: The Force Unleashed II
    • Game script by Haden Blackman
    • Themed wallpapers

    Now I don’t know about you, but I’m pretty tempted to chuck down $80 just for that USB drive! How awesome! Hopefully something similar will arrive for us in the UK.

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    • https://?u=kiffar kiffar

      I hear the UK version will come with a coupon for 5p off Lollipop Lane Fish and Chips

    • JOKER

      Wow what an amazing story i wonder how he even heard about something like this…hmm i wonder…

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