BioWare's Dragon Age series isn't the only fantasy franchise featuring fearsome flying foes. Bethesda is making that abundantly clear this year with the release of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Collector's Edition, which features a foot-tall statue of one of the game's featured dragons.
The $150 Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Collector's Edition (pictured at right) packs in a 12-inch PVC statue of Alduin, a dragon known in the game as the World Eater. It also includes an "Art of Skyrim" artbook, which spans some 200 pages and includes a foreword by Bethesda design director Todd Howard.
Lastly, the collector's edition of Skyrim includes a making-of DVD. This documentary-style video takes players from the concept to the conclusion of Skyrim and includes behind-the-scenes looks at the game, as well as interviews with Bethesda developers.
In addition to being available in North America, the Skyrim Collector's Edition will be sold in the United Kingdom and Australia. Bethesda says the collector's edition is "extremely limited." For more on the upcoming role-playing game--due out 11/11/11--check out GameSpot's latest hands-on preview with Skyrim, straight from QuakeCon 2011.