Thursday, 21 January 2016

Assassin's Creed: Ezio Saga Limited Edition.

Okay, so a little unboxing sneak peek for you all. A semi-unboxing, if you will.

I intend to do all of our unboxings in both video and photo form, as I know that sometimes you'd prefer to see a video of a particular CE, but sometimes you'd just prefer photos for the quickness of it.

I intend to always upload these simultaneously, in order for you to be able to just make your decision on which one you'd rather check out (or both, of course). However, I'm not recording any video unboxings today. For one, my hair is a MESS. As is the collection room. And my face. So we will get to the video unboxings at the weekend. 

So for now, have a sneak peek at one of the planned unboxings. Oh, and apologies for the quality of the photos. I just took them quickly on my bed, with no natural (or decent, for that matter) lighting.

So here is the Assassin's Creed: Ezio Saga Limited Edition :)


So here is the Ezio Saga alongside my Connor Saga (which I'll be doing an unboxing of at some point soon).


And here they are with a Steelbook, the generic size-comparison-tool for all collectors, haha.





Inside is a copy of the Assassin's Creed Encyclopedia. I actually had a copy of this already (from the Assassin's Creed Revelations Animus Edition), however this one is Japanese, as this edition was exclusive to the Japanese market.



Underneath is a copy of the games included in the Ezio Saga, all on one disc: Assassin's Creed II, Assassin's Creed Brotherhood and Assassin's Creed Revelations.





Underneath we find an envelope.


Turn it over to see it has a wax seal.


However, when you look closer, it's just a textured sticker.


Inside are the manuals, as well as some other paperwork.


Underneath again, and we find the Original Soundtracks of the games in the Ezio Saga, in a gorgeous digipak style case. 




Inside of the case, we have six discs - two for each game.


And the reverse of the case, with track listings and the artwork.

It really is a beautiful set, and much bigger than I'd anticipated when I ordered it (forgetting that it included the Encyclopedia!) on behalf of my mum (for my Christmas, haha) ;) .

If you can get it for a good price, I'd definitely recommend picking it up, as despite it not having masses of content, it is a really nice CE and looks great on display, especially if you have the Connor Saga, too.

What CEs would you like to see me unbox/review next?
Let me know in the comments below!

- V x

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