Neoseeker : News : Injustice: Gods Among Us keeps April date, $150 Battle Edition announced to include arcade pad
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Wakaman Jan 15, 13
Yeah I'll just get the standard edition and buy the skins later when they get released as DLC. I'm not a big collector or anything so I can't justify the $40 extra on the statue. I'd rather spend that extra $40 on whatever DLC comes about.

That game pad is mighty tempting though.
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RabidChinaGirl Jan 15, 13
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Obviously, but most people won't read\watch more than once.
I definitely understand owning a physical DVD, but this is a digital copy. It also doesn't mention where you redeem it (Xbox Live/PSN, iTunes, DC Website?) which will factor into if you will watch it more than once and how available it is to you. I also get the novelty in comic books. However, does a comic book based on a game, which I'm sure was really only made to help market the game, really going to push you to spend another $40.00?

The DLC skins are nice, probably should have been on the disk but that's a whole different topic.

The figurine is more understandable. Depending on the quality, I've seen some very nicely done figurines that come with games (Batman AC). If you've got the space for it, why not? But I don't think I could justify another $40, 30, or even $20 to put it on my shelf and then some day pack it up to replace it with yet another figurine that came with a game.
So save yourself some money and buy the standard edition.
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monkey_ninjas316 Jan 15, 13
Obviously, but most people won't read\watch more than once.
I definitely understand owning a physical DVD, but this is a digital copy. It also doesn't mention where you redeem it (Xbox Live/PSN, iTunes, DC Website?) which will factor into if you will watch it more than once and how available it is to you. I also get the novelty in comic books. However, does a comic book based on a game, which I'm sure was really only made to help market the game, really going to push you to spend another $40.00?

The DLC skins are nice, probably should have been on the disk but that's a whole different topic.

The figurine is more understandable. Depending on the quality, I've seen some very nicely done figurines that come with games (Batman AC). If you've got the space for it, why not? But I don't think I could justify another $40, 30, or even $20 to put it on my shelf and then some day pack it up to replace it with yet another figurine that came with a game.
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RabidChinaGirl Jan 15, 13
monkey_ninjas316 You realize you can read and watch things more than once, right? That's why people buy comics/books and DVDs to own. Statues are like any instance of collectable. People who like them (such as myself) will buy them; others won't.
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monkey_ninjas316 Jan 15, 13
Really? I think $150.00 sounds just fine for a brand new game and a completely epic arcade pad.
$100.00 for the game and some rubbish I'll probably use a total of once just doesn't seem worth it. The figurine will sit on your shelf and collect dust, the comic will be read once in a few minutes, and the movie is just a digital download that you'll delete after watching once. I hate "special editions" these days, very rarely do you get anything worth keeping or that can add to the actual gaming experience.
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Nightmare Samurai Jan 15, 13
The $100 one seems like a better deal.
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