Halo 4′s Spectacular Limited Edition Soundtrack Box Set

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Halo 4 is so huge, a Limited Edition for the game itself simply won’t do. That’s why there is also a Limited Edition box set for the game’s soundtrack, which, as you can see from the accompanying glamor shot, is a thing of beauty.

The Limited Edition soundtrack will put a $75 dent in your bank account, but if your love of Halo music and game collectibles runs deep it’ll totally be worth it to dip into your savings or neglect other monetary obligations in order to afford it. You certainly get what you pay for too. Take a look:

- Original Soundtrack CD includes 15 Tracks!

- Bonus remix CD includes DJ Skee & THX, Gui Boratto, Sander Van Doorn & Julian Jordan, Apocalyptica, Caspa and more.

- 180 Gram, 12″ Master Chief picture disk vinyl of remixes.

- Making of Halo 4 Music DVD and book that feature behind the scenes photos and, footage from the Abbey Road sessions, and Neil Davidge’s production and composition notes.

- 12″X12″ Halo 4 Art Print.

- PLUS for the first 5000 special edition box sales only, a Halo 4 Avatar download code.

If you didn’t catch that, Halo 4 has two soundtracks — one is the official soundtrack with 15 themes directly from the game, the other is a remix album with 14 songs that have been remixed by electronica musicians, DJs, rock bands and other composers. As of now it appears that the remix disc will only be available in the Limited Edition box set, however the official soundtrack will be sold separately on CD ($13.99) and via digital download ($9.99).

All Halo 4 soundtrack options will be available starting October 22nd. Check the soundtrack page and the latest Halo Bulletin for additional details and streaming track samples.

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Matt Litten is a 28 year old from-the-womb gamer turned video game reviewer/blogger and current editor/owner/operator of VGBlogger.com. Matt got his first taste of gaming as a youngster on the NES and Atari, and the rest is history from there. In 2004, three years removed from high school and still looking for a career direction in life, Matt landed his first gig in the video game review business writing for the now-defunct website BonusStage.com. After the sad and untimely close of BonusStage, the former staff went on to found VGBlogger.com, and after a short stint as US Site Manager for AceGamez Matt turned his attention to VGBlogger, and to this day is dedicated to making it one of the top video game blogs in all the blogosphere. Matt is a fair-minded reviewer and lover of games of all platforms and types, big or small, hyped or niche, big-budget or indie. But that doesn't mean he will let poor games slide without a good thrashing when necessary.