Halo Reach is Bungie's last hurrah in the Halo universe, and they aren't saying goodbye without a lovely Limited Edition and one final, ultra-expensive Legendary Edition.
First we have the Halo Reach Limited Edition, priced at $US79.99. $US20 over the standard price scores fans a recovered ONI "black box" holding the game disc, an exclusive set of Elite armour for multiplayer, and an artefact bag containing Dr Halsey's personal journal and various documents and effects that explore the history of the Halo universe.
With a price of $US149.99, the Halo Reach Legendary Edition is one of the pricier collector's editions we've seen, but it certainly isn't without reason. There's not mini-plastic cat helmet inside this box. Instead, Bungie commissioned McFarlane Toys to create a 10-inch tall, 4.5kg diorama statue featuring the members of Noble Team, the stars of the game.
As if that weren't enough, the Legendary Edition also comes with a flaming Spartan helmet for multiplayer, as well as all of the contents of the Limited Edition, all packed inside a striking UNSC-themed custom box.
If that's not a fine sendoff for Bungie's final game in the Halo series, I don't know what is. I plan on preordering the standard edition, and then begging my GameStop manager to put aside one of the Legendary Editions for me at the last minute, when my resolve falters.