Game of the Year Edition or Ultimate Edition, call it what you want, it's when all a particular title's DLC is bundled up in one retail package about a year after launch. We accept now that almost all major titles will have DLC (that can, in some cases, fundamentally change/"fix" a game) and at some point it's going to get bundled together at the same price (or less) than the original game's cost. So, why buy now when you'll get a wayyy better deal less than a year later? Ohhh, because it's shiny and new. Say no more.

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