Fallout: NV Collector's Edition revealed

Has cards, poker chips, graphic novel.

The Collector's Edition of Fallout: New Vegas will include poker chips, playing cards and a graphic novel. That's on top of the usual "Making Of" DVD.

This alluring bundle comes in a battered box with suitably tattered contents. And the Fallout: New Vegas game, obviously.

There's no European price because European retail partners haven't been announced yet. In the US, the Collector's Edition goes for $80. That's $20 more than the standard game.

A closer look at the contents shows that the "Lucky 7" poker chips each represent one of the major casinos in Fallout: New Vegas. And the pack of cards has been fully customised with characters and factions from the new role-playing game.

The graphic novel, All Roads, is written by Obsidian's Chris Avellone and colours the story leading up to Fallout: New Vegas.

Fallout: New Vegas will be released this autumn on PC, PS3 and Xbox 360. Check out Eurogamer's still-warm preview to find out more.

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Probably tea-stained with corners singed.

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