Dark Souls Collector’s Edition Detailed

Namco Bandai revealed today that details on the upcoming Dark Souls Collector’s Edition on both the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3.

Similar to what Atlus offered to gamers who purchased Demons Souls, Dark Souls will receive an exclusive soundtrack, a game guide, and a lot more.

Below are the list of contents that players can expect in the Collector’s Edition of Dark Souls. If you like what you see on the Collector’s Edition, head over to your local game retailers to pre-order your copy! The Collector’s Edition will retail the same price as the regular edition which is $59.99.

Includes Immerse yourself in the Dark Souls experience with the highly anticipated game, strategy guide and a special art book packed with exclusive high-quality imagery. The original soundtrack and a behind-the-scenes video are included as exclusive downloads.

Dark Souls for PlayStation3
Dark Souls for Xbox 360
Game guide
Original soundtrack
Behind-the-scenes video
Special hardback art book
Special art book

Dark Souls Collector's Edition Detailed, 9.9 out of 10 based on 11 ratings
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  1. clayton coby
    July 21, 2011, 1:32 PM

    i just love how they put the x-box name before the ps3 name even when demon souls was ps3 exclusive

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  2. george
    August 6, 2011, 10:24 PM

    At the above, who cares? The PS3 is the lead platform, 360 is getting a port. If being billed first makes 360 fanboys feel better, then you can take that.

    I must say I love the box art for this game, nothing says ‘fuck you’ to people who purchase games based on box art more than this game. love it

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  3. Riot
    December 18, 2011, 7:11 PM

    Everyone knows you always give the superior system top billing, so of course the 360 is going to be named before the ps3.

    Awesome game, which takes me back to the days when games were brutally unforgiving, and death was actually something to fear. There is a sense of deserved accomplishment, when you finally finish this game.

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