In Sony Entertaintment release the God of War: Ascension Collector’s Edition is hitting the shelf. If Sony isn’t careful, they are going to run out of God of War stories to tell soon. God of War III story is deffinatley wrap up things, but Sony still releasing the interquel Ghost of Sparta or planning the upcoming God of War: Ascension, that takes Kratos’s story back even further. Sony will provide Ascension Collector’s Edition for those who want to enjoy it before the story runs dry. God of War: Ascension Collector’s Edition is equipped with multiplayer boost, physical collectibles and digital goodies
Maybe one of the reason for the increase in God of War: Ascension Collector’s Edition is the need to reduce the number of video games that is purchased from a second hand market. Developers and publishers surely don’t make any income off of ‘used’ video games, so they will have to find a way to lure gamers and make them spend their few extra bucks to buy it new. Ascension Collector’s Edition are a luring offer. Just by adding a few more dollars, die hard fans can get collectible items and the developers are still earning their good share.
Besides getting a game that is likely will have the universal critical praise, it is also included other bonus as well:
God of War: Ascension Collector’s Edition Bonuses
In addition to an 8″ statue of Kratos to shine your desk while you’re working, the God of War: Ascension Collector’s Edition sports a “Premium Steelbook case,” might be to fend off attacks from rival demigods. A digital soundtrack, PSN avatars, and PS3 themes come with no surprise, but multiplayer fans may be intrigued by the last two pieces of the mosaic. God of War: Ascension Collector’s Edition arrives with a “Multiplayer Double XP Unlock” and a pass that allows players to download all future DLC with no extra cost. It’s not clear how long the double XP buff will last, but a free DLC could easily pay for itself over the course of the game’s lifetime.
Ascension Collector’s Edition will launch on March 12, 2013, although players will have to pay $79.99 instead of the standard $59.99. Neither the Collector’s Edition and the pre-order bonus (for both versions of the game) that appears to vary by retailer; and like Kratos himself, the God of War Ascension gives little attention to the niceties of game’s commerce, and is satisfied to dish out the devastation equitably.
For an extra $20, this seems like quite a nice deal. The DLC pass alone is already worth the price of admission, but additionally you also get a Kratos statue, the collectors case, and also the game’s soundtrack. Let me ask you who doesn’t want a Kratos statue? And above it all, you can be looking and admiring your brand new figurine while you listen to some epic God of War music. Sounds like a good way to spend some relaxing time.
Unlike Borderlands 2 that is also another hit franchise, only one version of the Collectors edition is available. But its also depends on who you ask, this can be a bad or a good thing. For one, it means that you don’t have to choose on how much extra money you want to spend just to get a few collectible items. But on the other hand, if you did happen to have a few extra dollars to waste there is nothing extra here for you.
So, will you be picking up the God of War: Ascension Collector’s Edition, or will just wait and buy God of War: Ascension Collector’s Edition when it is already in ’Used Bin’ for a few years down the road?
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