E3 Madness

Ok, I might have gone a little overboard with the collector’s edition pre-orders. While there weren’t a ton of new and exciting games revealed at E3 this year (which I’m fine with, I can’t keep up as it is), the few they had were pretty exciting.

I had already pre-ordered the nice looking Death Stranding one about a week earlier:

Then the big one I was waiting for E3 to reveal was the Doom Eternal set. Another must-have:

I know the helmet probably won’t even fit on my huge head, but it still looks damn cool and there are actually a few other cool items in here too.

I figured that would be the end of it, and that’s already going to be one expensive month with them both coming out in November, but dammit, I’ve found myself thinking about that Final Fantasy VII Remake one too…

My first reaction was “that looks great”, but then I looked closer and saw that this was an action figure instead of a statue and the price tag is a whopping $330. That’s fucking expensive for one of these things, especially for just an action figure, and especially considering this isn’t even the full game and it’s probably already going to cost something like $180-240 for the full set of games in this remake.

I did some research on these Kai Play Arts figures though and apparently they’re pretty fancy and expensive. Similar Final Fantasy figures by them go for about $160 without the vehicle and they had put put out a similar figure of Cloud and a bike, both based on the Advent Children version that went for $330 itself, so…I guess this isn’t as bad a deal as it seemed? Ah hell. I just want that damn thing and I’ll have a new job long before March 2020 so fuck it, right? Just try not to think about how they’ll probably put one of these expensive collector’s editions out for every single part of the remake…ugh.

Anyway…anyone else make any crazy E3 pre-orders?

 

2 comments on “E3 Madness

  1. Lewis Packwood says:

    Did you see that massive Cyberpunk 2077 collector’s edition too?

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