So, What Do You Want in Your God of War III Collector’s Edition?

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If you had your way, what would a God of War II Collector’s Edition include? According to a PlayStation Network survey that just went out tonight, that’s exactly what Sony wants to know. Check your inbox if you haven’t already, or click here and sign in with your PSN ID to take the survey.

The survey, thankfully, gets right to the point, asking whether you own a PS3 or not and which previous God of War games you own before providing a list of possible Collector’s Edition bonuses and asking you to rate each on a scale of 1-10 of importance. And once you’re done you’re rewarded with a nice God of War III wallpaper.

The options include usual stuff like a soundtrack, comic book, art book, t-shirt, special packaging, exclusive DLC and behind-the-scenes content, but also a few extremely exciting possibilities, such as the God of War and God of War II games on a bonus Blu-ray disc, a compilation of the cinematics from God of War and God of War II (presumably on a bonus disc), and a statue/figurine of series star Kratos.

For me, the soundtrack, art book, and Blu-ray compilation of God of War and God of War II rated of highest importance, with the DLC and behind-the-scenes content coming in at the bottom of my list.

How about you? What items do you think would make the ultimate God of War III Collector’s Edition?

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