Reckoning limited editions announced, include trolls

Even though we’re a good two months away from its actual release, developers 38 Studios and Big Huge Games, alongside publisher EA, are gearing up for their upcoming RPG Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning. How? Like everybody else about to release a highly-awaited game, announcing limited editions.

North Americans will have the option to choose among three different packages, which should be of interest if you’re looking forward to getting acquainted with a collective of magical troll fantasia. All three limited editions include a custom parchment map of Amalur, a seven-piece die set and Destiny Cards, which are things you should totally have. And the game, of course. Despite their similarity, each edition comes with a unique set of extras, as detailed below:

Special Edition — (2000 unites, $80 (USD)):
• Custom parchment map of the world.
• Custom seven-piece set of dice for your next tabletop gaming session.
• Full set of 40 Destiny Cards that are featured in the game.
• Soundtrack of Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning composed by Grant Kirkhope.

Collector’s Edition — (700 units, $200):
• All items in the Special Edition (parchment map, seven-piece dice set, full set of destiny cards, and soundtrack).
• Individually numbered Prismere Troll figurine created by McFarlane toys. The solid resin troll stands at 12.5” and normally retails for $125.
• High-quality concept art lithograph from Reckoning limited to 1,000 units, signed by game visionary, Ken Rolston.

Signature Edition — (300 units, $275):
• All items in the Special Edition (parchment map, seven-piece dice set, full set of destiny cards, and soundtrack).
• All items in the Collector’s Edition.
• Individually-numbered, custom sketch by Todd McFarlane limited to 300 units.
• The Prismere Troll figurine is signed by Todd McFarlane, R.A. Salvatore or Curt Schilling and are limited to 300 editions.

Bad news? These limited editions are so limited, they’re not shipping outside the US or Canada. Hence “North Americans” above. I guess the rest of us will have to bust trolls the old-fashioned “standard” way, which is fine… it’s not like we need fancy figurines on our shelves or want awesome lithographs on our walls, right… ?

Expect Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning in February 2012 on PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and PC.

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