Enemy Territory: Quake Wars Limited Collector’s Edition: An Inside Look


Earlier this week, I was greeted at my doorstep by a Limited Collector’s Edition copy of Activision, id Software and Splash Damage’s hot new multiplayer shooter Enemy Territory: Quake Wars (accompanied by a thick Brady Games strat guide for the game as well), so I figured I’d go ahead and present a quick inside look at the contents of the LCE in case you’re still on the fence about which edition to get.

For the extra 10 bucks, the LCE comes with a set of 10 limited edition collectible art cards and a bonus DVD containing art galleries, trailers, ringtones, music tracks, IM icons and a fansite kit, all tucked neatly away in a nice slipcase box. The pics I’ve taken don’t quite do the cards and box art justice (sorry about the blurriness and glare in some of the shots, my camera isn’t the greatest…), but hopefully you get the idea that the artwork really is very cool.

All in all, I’d say the LCE is worth the additional cash. I’m not completely blown away by what’s on the bonus disc, but the art cards are great collectibles compared to items I’ve seen in collector’s editions for some other titles, and the special edition packaging definitely looks nice stacked alongside other game boxes. As for the game itself, I still haven’t had a chance to load that up yet, but plan on digging into it hard over the coming weekend. Once I’ve logged some heavy hours into it I’ll report back with a review. For now, enjoy the LCE snapshot tour!

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