On the one hand I agree though I will more than likely spend enough time on Skyrim to justify that price but still it's a case of why spend more than I have to, especially
that much more. Bah, I want my dragon...
I've just put my order in for the standard. Theres no way in hell i can justify spending that much on it, A plastic Dragon and an Art book is worth £70 - 80 of my money, £130 is a joke. I've put in over 500 hours on Oblivion, I'm sure ill do the same on
this, but not for £130 i won't. My Legendary Edition MC Helmet is in the loft collecting dust now, I vowed never to waste money like that again, I'm not even sure i want the dragon statue... I paid £70 for my Black edition of Assassins Creed 2, The Ezio Statue
sits nicely above my TV, probably the best CE I've ever bought. That dragon would look out of place, I might of been tempted had it been £70-80 as i said, But not anymore, perhaps if they release an Art Book only version for a reasonable price i might pick
that up, being an illustrator myself i would like a copy. But it looks like the standard Edition will have to do for now.