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8th Nov '17 10:02:32 AM PhantomDusclops92
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* ''TabletopGame/{{Monopoly}}'' ''Gamer'', a ''Franchise/SuperMarioBros''-themed variation of the regular ''Monopoly'', comes in both regular and Collector editions. The latter comes with an exclusive Bowser token, replaces the Bowser boss card with a Bowser Jr. one for kinda obvious reasons and haves a different plastic tray in the box, with extra spaces to keep the additional character tokens sold separately.
7th Nov '17 3:29:31 AM Sapphirea2
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** The longer {{Christmas Episode}}s, "The Day of the Doctor" 50th anniversary special, and "Deep Breath" (the Twelfth Doctor's debut) all had standalone releases with more bonus content than usual. While most of the Christmas episodes (with their bonus features) were later folded into Complete Series sets, "The Day of the Doctor", "The Time of the Doctor", and "Twice Upon a Time" remain standalone releases, leaving both Series Seven and Ten ''in''complete -- ending on massive cliffhangers that led into {{Grand Finale}}s for their respective Doctors! Less seriously, "Deep Breath" had several important bonus features (such as the special that announced Creator/PeterCapaldi's casting) that weren't carried over to the Series 8 box set.

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** The Most of the longer {{Christmas Episode}}s, the 2009 Spring and Fall specials, "The Day of the Doctor" 50th anniversary special, show, and "Deep Breath" (the Twelfth Doctor's debut) all had standalone releases with more bonus content than usual. While most Most of the Christmas episodes (with their bonus features) were later folded into Complete Series sets, while the 2009 specials were repackaged as "The Complete Specials"...but "The Day of the Doctor", "The Time of the Doctor", and "Twice Upon a Time" remain standalone releases, leaving both Series Seven and Ten ''in''complete '''in'''complete -- ending on massive cliffhangers that led into {{Grand Finale}}s for their respective Doctors! Less seriously, "Deep Breath" had several important bonus features (such as the special that announced Creator/PeterCapaldi's casting) that weren't carried over to the Series 8 box set.
7th Nov '17 3:26:42 AM Sapphirea2
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* For the DVD releases of the new ''Series/DoctorWho'' series, three or four episodes at a time are released on '{{vanilla|edition}}' [=DVDs=] with no extras just a month or so after broadcast, with full series [=DVDs=] with lots of extras being saved for later.

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* For the DVD releases of the new ''Series/DoctorWho'' series, three or four to six episodes at a time are released on '{{vanilla|edition}}' [=DVDs=] with few or no extras just a month or so after broadcast, broadcast -- longer for North American releases, although the broadcasts have been day-and-date with full the U.K since 2011. Full series [=DVDs=] with lots of extras being are saved for later.



** 2013 saw the release of a humungous "Regeneration" box set containing every Doctor's final story from "The Tenth Planet" to "The End of Time" along with a coffee-table book. Exploitatively, it was released well in advance of the standalone "Tenth Planet" DVD.

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** 2013 saw the release of a humungous "Regeneration" box set containing every Doctor's final story from "The Tenth Planet" to "The End of Time" along with a coffee-table book. Exploitatively, it was released well in advance of the standalone "Tenth Planet" DVD.DVD as well as "The Time of the Doctor", which aired at the end of 2013 as Eleven's GrandFinale and was later released as a standalone disc.
** The longer {{Christmas Episode}}s, "The Day of the Doctor" 50th anniversary special, and "Deep Breath" (the Twelfth Doctor's debut) all had standalone releases with more bonus content than usual. While most of the Christmas episodes (with their bonus features) were later folded into Complete Series sets, "The Day of the Doctor", "The Time of the Doctor", and "Twice Upon a Time" remain standalone releases, leaving both Series Seven and Ten ''in''complete -- ending on massive cliffhangers that led into {{Grand Finale}}s for their respective Doctors! Less seriously, "Deep Breath" had several important bonus features (such as the special that announced Creator/PeterCapaldi's casting) that weren't carried over to the Series 8 box set.
1st Oct '17 10:57:33 AM finlandsberet
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** The UK release of the movies came with a poster.
1st Oct '17 10:45:54 AM finlandsberet
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* Creator/AnimeLimited have done it again, with a collector's edition of ''Anime/EdenoftheEast'', which features a translated copy of the log book, art cards and three little stickers, all bundled in a nice envelope.
** They've also released a collector's edition of ''Anime/NoragamiAragoto, which came with art cards and a box to hold both seasons on Blu-ray.

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* Creator/AnimeLimited have done it again, with a collector's edition of ''Anime/EdenoftheEast'', ''Anime/EdenOfTheEast'', which features a translated copy of the log book, art cards and three little stickers, all bundled in a nice envelope.
** They've also released a collector's edition of ''Anime/NoragamiAragoto, ''NoragamiAragoto'', which came with art cards and a box to hold both seasons on Blu-ray.
1st Oct '17 10:44:44 AM finlandsberet
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** This is averted with Manga UK's re-release of the first season of ''Manga/AttackOnTitan'', with a complete collection featuring all of the extras on DVD.
* Anime Limited did this in the UK with their releases of ''Anime/FullmetalAlchemist'', with an ultimate edition including a resin replica of the Gate of Truth, an artbook, art cards and even a certificate with the buyer's name and State Alchemist rank, signed by King Bradley.
%% * Anime Limited also released an ultimate edition of Anime/DeathParade in the UK.

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** This is averted with Manga UK's re-release of the first season of ''Manga/AttackOnTitan'', with a complete collection featuring all of the extras on DVD.
* Anime Limited Creator/AnimeLimited did this in the UK with their releases of ''Anime/FullmetalAlchemist'', with an ultimate edition including a resin replica of the Gate of Truth, an artbook, art cards and even a certificate with the buyer's name and State Alchemist rank, signed by King Bradley.
%% * Anime Limited will also released release an ultimate edition of Anime/DeathParade in the UK.


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* Creator/AnimeLimited have done it again, with a collector's edition of ''Anime/EdenoftheEast'', which features a translated copy of the log book, art cards and three little stickers, all bundled in a nice envelope.
** They've also released a collector's edition of ''Anime/NoragamiAragoto, which came with art cards and a box to hold both seasons on Blu-ray.
** Also with ''Manga/OuranHighSchoolHostClub''; a collector's edition with a nice box, stickers and a "photo album."
22nd Sep '17 6:13:14 AM erforce
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* As fitting for a band with a pirate image, a limited edition of Music/RunningWild's album ''Masquerade'' came in a wooden box which featured the album, the ''Death or Glory'' VHS, and a treasure map. There was also an even rarer edition which came with a bottle of rum.
30th Aug '17 7:21:37 AM HalcyonDayz
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* Music/PinkFloyd first had the 1991 box set ''Shine On'', with eight albums and a bonus CD called ''The Early Singles'', with the songs from the Syd Barrett era. Then in 2011, as their entire catalog was re-released, ''Music/TheDarkSideOfTheMoon'', ''Music/WishYouWereHere'' and ''Music/TheWall'' all got both "Experience" editions adding a bonus disk (concerts in the case of the former two, work-in-progress versions for the last) and "Immersion" sets with bonus [=CDs=], DVD-Audio versions, videos on a DVD (and in all but ''The Wall'', both DVDs combined in a Blu-Ray), and {{Feelies}} such as scarves and marbles.

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* Music/PinkFloyd first had the 1991 box set ''Shine On'', with eight albums and a bonus CD called ''The Early Singles'', with the songs from the Syd Barrett era. Then in 2011, as their entire catalog was re-released, ''Music/TheDarkSideOfTheMoon'', ''Music/WishYouWereHere'' and ''Music/TheWall'' all got both "Experience" editions adding a bonus disk (concerts in the case of the former two, work-in-progress versions for the last) and "Immersion" sets with bonus [=CDs=], DVD-Audio versions, videos on a DVD (and in all but ''The Wall'', both DVDs [=DVDs=] combined in a Blu-Ray), and {{Feelies}} such as scarves and marbles.
30th Aug '17 2:54:01 AM HalcyonDayz
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* Music/PinkFloyd first had the 1991 box set ''Shine On'', with eight albums and a bonus CD called ''The Early Singles'', with the songs from the Syd Barrett era. Then in 2011, as their entire catalog was re-released, ''Music/TheDarkSideOfTheMoon'', ''Music/WishYouWereHere'' and ''Music/TheWall'' all got both "Experience" editions adding a bonus disk (concerts in the case of the former two, work-in-progress versions for the last) and "Immersion" sets with bonus CDs, DVD-Audio versions, videos on a DVD (and in all but ''The Wall'', both DVDs combined in a Blu-Ray), and {{Feelies}} such as scarves and marbles.

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* Music/PinkFloyd first had the 1991 box set ''Shine On'', with eight albums and a bonus CD called ''The Early Singles'', with the songs from the Syd Barrett era. Then in 2011, as their entire catalog was re-released, ''Music/TheDarkSideOfTheMoon'', ''Music/WishYouWereHere'' and ''Music/TheWall'' all got both "Experience" editions adding a bonus disk (concerts in the case of the former two, work-in-progress versions for the last) and "Immersion" sets with bonus CDs, [=CDs=], DVD-Audio versions, videos on a DVD (and in all but ''The Wall'', both DVDs combined in a Blu-Ray), and {{Feelies}} such as scarves and marbles.
23rd Jul '17 8:08:03 AM igordebraga
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* Music/PinkFloyd first had the 1991 box set ''Shine On'', with eight albums and a bonus CD called ''The Early Singles'', with the songs from the Syd Barrett era. Then in 2011, as their entire catalog was re-released, ''Music/TheDarkSideOfTheMoon'', ''Music/WishYouWereHere'' and ''Music/TheWall'' all got both "Experience" editions adding a bonus disk (concerts in the case of the former two, work-in-progress versions for the last) and "Immersion" sets with bonus CDs, DVD-Audio versions, videos on a DVD (and in all but ''The Wall'', both DVDs combined in a Blu-Ray), and {{Feelies}} such as scarves and marbles.
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