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World of Warcraft (Collector's Edition)
Game Description:This collector's edition is a treasure trove for fans of the Warcraft series. In addition to including both CD and DVD copies of Blizzard's first foray into the massively multiplayer online world with Warcraft, this special Collector's Edition includes: gigantic sturdy sliding case disguised as a large tome, hardcover art book, mall map of the world, ehind the scenes DVD, full manual, game soundtrack, a guest pass key for 10 days of free play for a friend, and a choice of one of three special pets to choose from in the game.
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