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Terraria: Collector's Edition (Digital Game Download Card)

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  • Includes: Terraria Digital Game Card
  • USB Pick
  • Crafting Map
  • Three (3) Character Stickers

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Platform: PlayStation 3

Welcome to the world of Terraria. Dig, Fight, Explore, Build. Nothing is impossible in the special edition version of this action packed sandbox adventure. Over a dozen environments and hundreds of items to craft and enemies to defeat. The world is your canvas make it your own. Special edition content includes new tutorials, 2 4 player split screen, 8 players online, new items, pets, enemies, and a brand new boss.

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Platform:PlayStation 3
ASIN B00CV5ZEL2
Release date July 30, 2013
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3.3 out of 5 stars 18 customer reviews

3.3 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #25,473 in videogames
#1,407 in Video Games > PlayStation 3 > Games
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Product Dimensions 7.6 x 5.3 x 1.3 inches
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Platform for Display: PlayStation 3
I've been gaming since the early 80's, so there's my disclaimer. Don't get me wrong, I love the innovation and compelling storytelling/gameplay of today's next-gen console games, but they really don't possess what us older gamers appreciate as being at the core of "gaming;" Modern games just don't give you the ability to self-actualize, to learn something about yourself through the trials and tribulations of endless exploration and frustration, the brutal and unforgiving gameplay that you jump into without a tutorial, without a back story, without a cutscene. Give me something interesting, something challenging. Something to be proud of having figured out and beaten. Enter Terraria. This is a modern game with an old school flair about it. Extremely minimalistic in terms of plot and visuals, but so clever and downright ambitious with the level of detail provided. For instance, it's getting dark out. I need to build myself a shelter because tons of enemies come out after dark. Once done, I can build a workbench to place in my shelter. With a workbench I can create an anvil and furnace, turn ore into bricks, craft weapons and armor to fend off those nasties now lurking noisily outside my door. Combine materials to produce interesting new items. The possibilities are endless. And on that note, I want to point something out about this game that I believe is both groundbreaking and completely unique. This game renders the world around you in real-time as you advance through it. Just think about that for a moment. Want to tunnel into the earth and explore underground chasms, mineral deposits, and kill enemies that lurk below? Go for it. Keep going. And going. It's okay, the game will generate more world for you to explore. Randomly. Meaning never the same experience twice. How completely revolutionary...a game with infinite potential for replay and yet so simplistic. Or is it?
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I got this game figuring that I like Minecraft so why not give this one a try? Wow, spectacular. I'm sad I didn't get this sooner.

Really fun, the bosses are challenging, and the music is great too. The only drawback is that the developers first add things (like new items, enemies, etc.) into the PC version first, leaving anyone with a console version out in the cold. The 1.2 patch for this game just came out, and neither 505 Games or Engine Software has announced a release date for the 1.2 patch for the PS3 version. That being said, they have spoken publicly about planning to add all the material to the console version, with an expected date around early 2014.

So if you just don't like playing games on a computer, give it a try. By the time you actually do most of the early stuff in the game, the patch will (hopefully) be available as free DLC!!
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I love this game and the fact that there is a Collector's Edition makes my affinity for the title that much bigger. You get a lot of extras in the box and even a 2 GB collector's thumbdrive shaped like a pickaxe. Not sure why people rated this game so low because they didn't read or know this was a download as well as a boxed item. If you love this game, you need this edition!
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Am I happy that Terraria was released on the PS3!

For people who have not heard of this game, it started as an indie game, with a retro graphic style.

This serves 2 purposes:
1. this is a throwback, a tribute to the 8 bit era, when games really flourished.
2. it is to remind us, despite all the flashy technology, that gaming is not about graphics, but gameplay.

You start off choosing things like difficulty, creating your character, etc. then you get started on your adventure in 2D side-scrolling goodness.

I'm not going to spoil it for you guys, but you get to use different items and weapons, different enemies, environments, and also get to meet other players in-game. The official description is: "Terraria is a land of adventure! A land of mystery! A land that's yours to shape, to defend and to enjoy. Your options in Terraria are limitless. Are you an action gamer with an itchy trigger finger? A master builder? A collector? An explorer? There's something for everyone here."

The experience is hard to describe, very much like Minecraft in 2D. It involves a lot of exploration and adventuring, bashing monsters, digging for ore, collecting materials, and assembling items. All I have to say is, you have to try it for yourself. All in a vibrant 2D presentation.

Too bad there is no physical disc for the PS3 US and EU markets, and I was quite disappointed. The trade-off is that the price is lowered. If you really must have the physical copy, you can import it from the Japanese market.

However, if you are outside of Japan, it would be a good idea to get this version. The game would be DLC, but you get the bonuses which are quite fun to have.
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By Alex Flores on December 29, 2014
Platform for Display: PlayStation 3 Verified Purchase
I i worth it so if your a terraria fan, you will love this. The reason I'm rating 3 instead of 5 stars is because if came horribly packaged. The collector box was dented very badly. I am upset because i am a video game collector edition collector. I LOVE collector editions so much. And to see my box dented like that gets me pissed off but it will have to do. Anyways i say you should buy it if you like it and hope it isn't DAMAGED.
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