@XII_Sniper: collectors editions with DLC are always in limited quanitiy because they only create X number of codes. the reason i believe is that A: microsoft charges per code used up for whatever, and B: the things the code gives the customer is usually something they want to sell later on. especially with Forza they want to get people buying the season passes on day one, and if they get the spec ed they may be less inclined to do so as they both come with the american muscle car pack.
on a more topical subject: might i suggest for this week's race night we pull out all the stops and do a bit of everything? it's our last Forza 3 week so we should do races on all the courses that won't be in 4, we should do one final Car Soccer on Benchmark with the old Lotus, we have to do Clunker Pushing (might i suggest we do Clunkers on FULL Kaido?) and since car tunes don't come over to FMS4 and all the point/class tallies have changed, i also suggest we should bring out our favorite, craziest, silliest cars of yore. my McClaren, my Charger, my Pantera and my Brera will all be making appearances if i can help it.
yeah they'll sometimes take an extra day as they come in their own shipping boxes and are often heavier and so on. we got our gyroscope wheels in, our normal edition copies and that's it so far. i'm hoping for some posters or t-shirts or lanyards but nothing's come in those terms as of yet unfortunately. i have to assume that the spec eds will come by friday. Monday is canadian thanksgiving, and there is less than no reason not to make sure they're here for tuesday at open if the normal editions are already in.
i second anything muscle cars. all the time. forever.
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