Grab This $100 Collector's Edition For $35

A low-cost way to put "Terror-Billy" on your shelf.

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From a value standpoint, buying collector's editions is a gamble. For every one that becomes an actual collector's item and soars in value, many of them go nowhere but down. That's not a problem if you're buying the game because you like the physical goodies that come with it, but if you're in it to make a fortune, it's tough luck.

It's safe to say Wolfenstien II: The New Colossus Collector's Edition hasn't fared well from a value standpoint. But its loss is your gain, because GameStop has this retro-style package for $35, which is great deal, considering it cost $100 when it first came you. You can buy it here on Xbox One or here on PlayStation 4.

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Wolfenstien II: The New Colossus Collector's Edition takes the form of an old-school action figure set that's actually a propaganda piece from the Nazi-controlled American government. The action figure is B.J. Blazkowicz, but here he's branded as "Terror-Billy, a cold-blooded killer that must be stopped." It comes in a 1960s-style box, with a pocket manual, poster, bomber jacket, and an array of weapons.

It also includes the game, of course. In her 9/10 Wolfenstein II review, GameSpot's Kallie Plagge wrote she enjoyed its combat variety, excellent cutscenes, and crystal-clear anti-Nazi stance.

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