recognizing the Superbit B.S Dracula

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  1. Damien Montanile

    Damien Montanile Stunt Coordinator

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    Hola,

    I was recently looking to pick up this title (Superbit version) and knew that it didnt come in a superbit cardboard casing. I was curious if there was any distinction between the case from the original version to the superbit. I picked up 5th Element (much improved IMO) and at first glance couldnt find a thing different about the keepcase from one version to the other.

    Dracula was definitly plentiful at BB but I wanted to be sure about it before I picked it up so I dont have to go through the hassle of changing it.

    Thanks
     
  2. James D

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    You can't miss it. The Superbit version of Dracula is packaged in a muted silver cover with the original artwork inlayed in the middle of the case. The cover looks like the first batch of Superbit titles without the sleeve being able to be removed. The silver color is also less shiny.
     
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