Call of Duty: Black Ops Special Edition makes very little sense to me. Are dudes really still out there who have no problem dropping $150 on what is essentially just a video game? Oh sure, you get a lot of trinkets with what is officially being called the Prestige Edition, but seriously, what are you going to do with a 200-ft. range remote control car that transmits audio and video, other than run off potential love interests?
Sure, you could point to the other features that come with the Prestige (which are also included in the lesser “Hardened” edition). Things like a Black Ops limited edition medal, avatar outfits for Live and Home editions, and four playable cooperative maps, but at the end of the day, it’s the video game that you really want, right?