“Tomb Raider Collectors Edition” was released in Australia and New Zealand exclusively, with a limited number of 10 000 copies.
The box is really good looking and contains the three first Tomb Raider games in special designed DVD cases. However, the games are oddly enough cheap re-releases. “Tomb Raider” and “Tomb Raider II” are Eidos Ricochet versions, while “Tomb Raider III – Adventures of Lara Croft” is the Platinum edition.
Due to the high release number of this object, it is quite common and should not be all too expensive to buy.
This is the well known HMV edition of “World Cup 98”. The difference between this and the original release is the shiny, holographic front cover. There was only one way to get your hands on this edition at the time and that was to pre-order it through the U.K media store company HMV.
It is listed quite often on ebay and should not be very expensive to grab.
One of the more common and not so expensive limited editions out there.
This is the U.K version, but I know there exists at least one more variant of this and that is a multi-language one.
The big cardboard box contains the original “Wild 9” game and a white Playstation T-shirt.
Correct me if I´m wrong, but I think “The Hoobs Playtime Gift Pack” is a New Zealand/Australian exclusive limited edition. The game disc comes in a music-CD style case, a concept I have only seen for other New Zealand/Australian releases, like “Blue´s Clues: Blue´s Big Musical”. On the otherhand there are multi-language on the back of the cardboard box, so I´m not entirely sure. The disc case back has “Not to be sold separately” written on it.
The box contains, except for the game itself, a character from the TV-show as a plush toy. I have never seen this limited edition packed with any other figure than this green one.
You can find this collectors item on ebay from time to time, and is often not too expensive to get your hands on.
A brand new and sealed copy of “World Cup 98 Limited Edition”. This box set contains tournament wall chart & rules, red & yellow cards, a penalty blindfold, a disposable FUJI camera and a rubber remote control.
A great limited edition, loaded with stuff! I have seen a couple of these on ebay and they seem to catch quite high prices and even more expensive when sealed.
“Spider-Man Limitierte Sonderedition/Limited Edition”. A gem in my collection.
I think this is a German exclusive release, at least I have never seen another variant of it. The box contains the game itself, a T-shirt and a comic.
There are a couple of known copies in the hand of other collectors, but it rarely turns up for sale, so when I saw this one I grabbed it immediately. It was quite expensive, but the condition is really good. The game and the T-shirt are still sealed and the comic looks untouched.