Unboxing Deus Ex Mankind Divided Collector’s Edition

Hello everybody,

When I wrote my Deus Ex: MD review, a few days ago, I forgot to report about the Collector’s Edition. Doing the unboxing stuff is always a pain for me since, for some reasons, I seldom manage to shoot decent pictures. As much as I’d like to blame my camera I really think the problem it’s me, so this time I’m writing the article but the pictures come from Tony. Thanks, m8, I owe you one!

So let’s just start saying that the box features a very peculiar triangular shape: nice idea, consistent with the in-game patterns, but how the hell am I supposed to store this thing?

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Opening the box reveals a very well made figurine, and yet another problem arises: I don’t have any more room on my shelves…

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The model is very detailed and gives justice to the time spent by the developers to render the in-game character.

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Next, come to the artbook …. yet another good product, even though not very thick. Too bad, since I’m always craving for game art and a making-of featurettes.

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Last but not least, here is the steel case. Like the rest of the product, it is very well made and it has a distinctive look.

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To conclude my review here is an overview of the collector’s edition full content.

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As you may notice, the box also contains an advertisement for another Square Enix game, Rise of the Tomb Raider. The game wa08s originally released as time-limited exclusive for the Xbox platform (it came out over a year ago), but the PS4 version is due in less than a month. It will contain, aside from a 20 Year Anniversary artbook, all the DLCs already published for the XBox plus an additional mission for the main campaign. It goes without saying that I already booked that game too, so just stay tuned for more info as soon as I put my hand on it.

Thank you for reading.

Edit: Since a few readers reported to be confused by my ending assessment of Tomb Raider, I managed to rephrase the last part of the article. I hope it’s clearer now. The score is obviously for Deus Ex Collector’s Edition, not for Lara Croft…..

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10 thoughts on “Unboxing Deus Ex Mankind Divided Collector’s Edition

  1. Couldn’t agree more with the score 🙂

    The steelbook is the best bit though.

    Thanks for doing this article m8, i really need to get my mojo back soon.

  2. in the garbage bin?

  3. Aw come oooooon!

    • It’s just a box, you either use it for storage or you trow it.

    • Or you use it for display/brag.

    • meh.. that’s why you have the figure.

    • To some yes:-), even cooler when you got it complete?

    • Ain’t gaming boxes from the stone age? Just download them from the internet. 😛

    • No, stones are from the stone age and thats what we throw at people who comment like you ?

  4. Post re-edited to clear up a few ending concepts. I hope it helps. 🙂

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