+jgkspsx Posted October 1, 2021 Share Posted October 1, 2021 This might just be venting because I’m not paying $125 for two CDs, but I got an email about the pending preorder for Axiom Verge 2 and the doublepack from Limited Run today. It has the following options: The game: and the Collector’s Edition: Okay, the figurines are kind of cool, though too much clutter for me. The posters are understandable. Artbooks and making ofs are neat, though I’m pretty selective about what I get in that vein. Does anybody on earth really want a steelbook or “keycards” or this other stuff, though? However, I really want the soundtracks. I’m an old fogey when it comes to music. I want a CD, or a record, or even a cassette tape. But I don’t really care for all the other extras. I think maybe Axiom Verge has enough hardcore fans that some people would like all these extras, but do all these games that get collector’s editions really have enough fans to justify all the excess? I wonder how many people are like me. If game companies sold just the soundtrack on physical media, would anybody still buy these sets? Or would they sell just as many, and just make more money from the music sales? 3 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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