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In the Box: Diablo 3 Reaper of Souls CE

March 25, 2014 | Games, PC | no comments

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Diablo 3 Reaper of Souls launched today, and with any game from Blizzard, there’s a pretty slick collectors edition to go with it. This is just going to be a short overview of the stuff that comes in the box, I’m itching to get back and level up my crusader some more.

The box opens up to reveal a pretty packed interior with an embossed image of the former Archangel of Wisedom, Malthael being all bad ass with his dual sickles. Inside the box there is a nice selection of different media to keep you occupied when you’re not playing the game. The mouse pad is near poster quality with another shot of Malthael, would look pretty cool on a desk, if you actually needed a mouse pad anyway. For digital media you get the game itself on dvd, a making of documentary, as well as a 22 track audio CD.

The last, and biggest selling point is the really sweet 160 page art book that is full of all sorts of sweet art of the new crusader, as well as other things like different weapons and locations found within the expansion. Each book is individually numbered, I have 7291450 out of 72914265, so that’s kinda cool. The art book is the major selling feature of this set, and it shows. There’s even a little augmented reality gimmick when tied with an IOS or Android smartphone.

Included with this collectors edition are a bunch of those trial codes for other Blizzard games, as well as a Treasure Goblin pet for World of Warcraft, Portraits for Starcraft 2, and a Spectral Hound and aesthetic armor bits for Diablo 3. These are mostly icing on the cake, as they are kinda lack luster compared to the physical items.

Well there you have it. That’s the contents of the Diablo 3 Reaper of Souls Collectors Edition package. Really cool box of really cool stuff. If you have the means and the chance to get one than you should go for it. But now, I’m heading back to the game now, my Crusader needs to gain a few levels.

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