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Half-Life 2, Mortal Kombat Deception, Halo 2, Unreal Tournament 2004, Madden 2005...those are just off the top of my head, there are several more.

At first I thought this was a good idea when I got UT2k4, the extra stuff included with that was actually useful, but it's spreading a little too much for my liking. How long is it before we start seeing stuff like Army Men special editions?

Does anyone even care about the extra stuff or do you just want the game?

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I got the collectors edition for Madden for two reasons.

One, My buddy got it and the trivia challenge and the vintage games were some good fun. We use the trivia more than the retro games though.

Two. My buddy has it and the saves are not compatable with the vanilla 2005, and he has the ps2 network adaptor and we want to share saves and whatnot for our neighborhood franchise.

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Yeah, Trauma Center for the Wii is pretty awesome. The only problem is that the difficulty ranges from very difficult to extremely, unbelievably difficult. I killed so many people!
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