Was it just the pre-order ones that came with a coin? Hang on, I'll go and get my box.
Ooh, it's lovely. Two DVD cases inside (game; bonus DVD/soundtrack), papercraft stuff, a fairly large game guide, something with a seal on it that might be a map when unfolded, and a wee little coin showing a human skull with octopus legs. I was under the impression that all boxed copies were like that... maybe it was just an initial run? Oh, hang about... is this
yours? Must have been a pre-order coin! And pre-order papercraft! Maybe. I'm just typing now. Typing typing typing.
I was quite fantasied-out by the time I got to TW2 last year (I prefer sci-fi), and actually got bored and wandered off after about ten hours, but I'm still quite looking forward to getting back to it.
Yup. I got mine at WalMart with a gift card I'd received. It's a huge (as you said) dual DVD case with a map, Witcher coin, game guide (no need for an extra purchase), making of DVD, two papercraft characters (Geralt and a Zombie) and bonus card for DLC (that was later added free as an apology for publisher added DRM).
Great value - never mind the many added free DLC, far beyond the Enhanced Edition we got recently. Though, I'm not sure the stuff in the box was really the incentive to buy the game. My incentive was the amazing previous title. While buggy at first. The developer continued to patch the game to bring it up to par, and even beyond. I also loved the lore and depth offered. As such, I had high expectation from Witcher 2 as a game. I couldn't have cared less about in-box items other than the game.