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Ubi Soft in bundling frenzy

Four big new collectors editions hit the stands this week

Ubi Soft has announced that four bundles of gaming goodness will be out on Good Friday. Everquest Gold Edition will include the hit massively multiplayer game and all three expansion packs released to date - Ruins of Kunark, Scars of Velious and Shadows of Luclin - in a single convenient box for 30 platinum pieces (or pounds sterling, if you don't have any Norrath currency lying around). Myst Trilogy follows much the same pattern, featuring the second best selling PC game of all time, Myst, along with its sequels Riven and Myst III : Exile for £35. Next up is the Worms Battle Pack, allowing early birds to catch Worms 2, Worms Armageddon and Worms World Party for just £20. Finally, the odd man out is the bizarrely named RTS Trilogy bundle, which includes three completely different and utterly unrelated games - Battle Realms, Settlers IV and Shogun Total War - one of which wasn't even published by Ubi Soft. We're not quite sure what the logic is behind this one, but at £30 it's good value for money if you missed the games first time round and like your real-time strategy.

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