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Which ended up getting banned in WH Smiths.
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My HL2 was a colectors edition version so I got a book with artwork and a T-shirt. Some of my older PC games are still in their boxes, unfortunatly not playable on my PC due to the hardware and software not agreeing with the games
Watching you sleep since 1990
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I love the Lost in Blue cover for the DS, it makes the game look so idealic, shame it was actually really boring.
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Amiga Shadow of the Beast came with a t-shirt. I also remember Ultima IV came with a tea towel detailing a map of the land. I still can't believe I gave it [Ultima IV] away ...
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My personal favourite
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And on disk too!
I remember Super Metroid on the SNES coming in a box that was about half the size of a small bed which also included a player's guide!
"And I've got a little TIP for you. Get the POINT?" - Guybrush Threepwood
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