Igor Kromin |   Consultant. Coder. Blogger. Tinkerer. Gamer.

I've received a txt from EB Games on the Monday afternoon telling me that I could pick up my new PlayStation 4 MGS 5 Limited Edition that evening at their midnight launch. Unfortunately I was travelling interstate early the following morning so couldn't make it. I did finally pick it up now and had a bit of a look and I'm impressed.

Here are some photos of this limited edition PlayStation. It was well worth getting it (even if the game is going to suck, which I hope it won't).

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This is the box it came in, front and back.

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...and the PlayStation itself...
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Of course lets not forget the controller!

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I'm looking forward to actually setting this up, but since I intended to get save it for my birthday, it is going to sit in the cupboard for a few weeks until that day arrives. I've just started Dragon Age 2 on PS3 so not a big deal to wait a little longer.

-i

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