From 'Walking Dead' to 'Assassins Creed III,' the best videogame special editions of 2012


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Halo 4 Limited Edition

While Halo 4‘s Limited Edition lacks the miniature Spartan helmets and McFarlane Toys-crafted statues of the franchise’s previous fan-pleasing packages, it’s still brimming with more universe-expanding goodies and play-extending extras than you can shake a Covenant Energy Sword at. From map packs and skins to an authentic looking UNSC Infinity Briefing packet, this collectible bundle’s contents aren’t flashy, but they do display a subdued style befitting a space marine.

Dead or Alive 5 Collector’s Edition


The Dead or Alive fighting series is as famous for its high-kicking hotties as it is its fast-paced, fist-to-face action. With that in the mind, DoA 5‘s collector’s edition is packed with bonus content aimed to please fans of curvy polygons; from a bosom-filled art book to in-game swimsuits players can put on the lovely lady fighters, this one’s not shy about targeting its passionate—if slightly pervy— demographic. Oh yeah, there’s a soundtrack CD too.

Borderlands 2 Deluxe Vault Hunter’s Collector’s Edition


Those who’ve been seeking a bookshelf buddy for their Vault Boy bobblehead (from 2008’s Fallout 3 Survival Edition, of course), should look no further than the Borderlands 2 Deluxe Vault Hunter’s Edition. On top of an art book, stickers, and map of Pandora, the shoot-and-loot sequel’s collectible package includes a bobblehead of mustachioed gun merchant Marcus Kincaid. It’s not as valuable as the in-game versions, but at least you won’t have to murder a mutant or bandit to get it.

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