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Saints Row 2 (Collector's Edition)
Game Description:Saints Row 2 takes place a few years after the original. Several new upstart gangs have been able to sweep in and make their mark on Stilwater. At the same time, a multi-national conglomerate known as the Ultor Corporation has become a pivotal player in city politics, pumping millions of dollars into rebuilding the metropolis. As leader of the Saints, you'll have to do whatever it takes to protect the members of your gang from new enemies, including the Ultor Corporation and rival gangs. This Collector's Edition package of Saints Row 2 packs in a number of bonus items for fans of the franchise. Included with the game are an exclusive poster, an exclusive art book, a Saints Row metal money clip, and a Bullet-shaped 512MB USB drive -- all packaged in an embossed metal collector's tin.
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