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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 11:02am 28/07/16 | 1 Comments
Limited to just 10,000 for the PC release of the game (no word on if this will also be made for PS4), the Explorer's Edition of No Man's Sky will feature a cast metal hand-painted replica of one of the game's ships, an explorer's log and a space pen, you know, like the one that can write upside down from Seinfeld.

Here's the actual detailed list of what you'll get for USD$149.99 (roughly AUD$200):
  • + PC game code (via Steam or GOG), including Horizon Omega ship pre-order bonus* – $60 value

    *Game code will be sent via email closer to the game’s release. You will receive periodic production updates via email as well.

  • + Hand-painted, Cast Metal Ship Replica (1:35 scale) w/ decals for customization – $125 value

  • + Hard-enamel Traveller Pin – $10 value

  • + Diorama Display Backdrop – $5 value

  • + Atlas Traveller’s Log and Fisher Space Pen – $10 value

  • + A Rad Box – priceless!
Hello Games and iam8bit have joined forces to create the No Man’s Sky “Explorer’s Edition” (PC), a deluxe collector’s set as ambitious as the game itself.

Like all of iam8bit’s products, this is a lovingly crafted package, designed to evoke a sense of space nostalgia via the inclusion of a tin toy-style ship replica. We’ve spared no expense to achieve hyper-detail, constructing the ship from a high-quality metal cast and then hand-painting each with precision. And much like the game, this collectible allows for a personal touch, providing an array of decals that can be applied to the ship’s body.

Seriously, this isn’t your average, run-of-the-mill resin statue! It’s actual metal – involving a much more complex production process, harkening back as far as the 1900s (when tin toys were all the rage). Trust us, holding this cold, metal beauty in your hands is immensely satisfying. It’s a true labor of love.

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Posted 03:32pm 28/7/16
cool 'n all, but ain't worth the price tag. lol, "A rad box!"....
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