The Witcher 2 Collector's Edition Comes To A Head

You want the head of Geralt of Rivia? CD Project Red and Atari will give you the head of Geralt of Rivia and much, much more in the $129.99 collector's edition of The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings.

CD Projekt Red and Atari had a big hit on their hands with 2007's the Witcher, so they're going big with with the collector's edition of next year's sequel, throwing everything they've got into one massive collection of Polish fantasy-themed swag.

The usual suspects are all here. You've got your game DVD, making of video, manual, and official soundtrack. There's the requisite world map and what seems to be a rather large hardbound art book.

Then it starts getting extravagant.

There's a replica of a Temerian coin, a set of dice, playing cards with a rulebook to help you play Witcher-themed card games, a pamphlet that comes with a cursed coin - that's two coins now. They've packed in papercraft figures, a big bad papercraft monster doll, and three stickers. There's even a voucher to download the Vernon Roche Commando Jacket, a collector's edition exclusive piece of clothing that majorly boosts the player's sword fighting skills.

And then things come to a head. Geralt of Rivia's head, to be exact. Put it on your mantle as a fine work of art, or grab some paint and doll the Witcher up to your liking. It's all possible with The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings Collector's Edition.

I'm in. who's with me?

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