The Fallout 3 Collectors Edition was announced this morning. Collectors of open-world, post-apocalyptic videogames are in luck.
The Collector's Edition of this much anticipated 360, PS3 and PC game will be presented in a customized, metal Vault-Tec lunch box that includes the game, a collectible 5” Vault-Tec Vault Boy Bobblehead, ‘The Art of Fallout 3’ hardcover book, featuring never-before-seen concept art and commentary from Bethesda Game Studios artists, and ‘The Making of Fallout 3’ DVD that includes an inside look at Bethesda Game Studios and the team behind the game.
That sounds good. It's expected with bigger games, of course, but the question is: Do you care about collector's editions? Do you by them? Or are you more like me with new games: Buy the disc, rip it out of the box, and "store" it on the floor under the entertainment center because I can't be bothered to even put it back in the case?
Do you "collect" games carefully, or do you just play 'em?