David wrote:Oh how I miss cloth maps. I bought the collector's edition of Dragon Age:Origins specifically to get the cloth map. The game play content was just a bonus.
I remember the copy protection for Might and Magic V. In order to get in to one of the cities you had to input Word X on Line Y from Page Z in the manual. Of course, it only had a handful of words programmed so if you didn't have the book you would just retry until you got one of the words you memorized.
Neil Stephenson wrote:The danger lies not in the machine itself but in the user's failure to envision the full consequences of the instructions he gives to it.
JohnC wrote:The games still come with physical items, but now only in "Collector's/Limited editions"... Most of these are extremely cheaply made worthless junk (like the Pip-Boy 3000 replica in certain overpriced edition of Fallout 3), some are pretty nice and worth buying (like the Titan statue that came with Titanfall)
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