Irrational Games Store Update

by IG.Ratana on January 9 2013

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Looking for something to tide you over until BioShock Infinite is in your hot little hands? We’ve got you covered at the Irrational Games Store. Literally.

You may recall a poll we conducted to decide which t-shirt design to make available and you chose this excellent advertisement for the hottest property in 1895 Columbia, the Murder of Crows Vigor! But if tall, winged and leathery is more to your liking, we’re also featuring a fantastic new Songbird design.

For the ultimate fan, however, we’re very excited to announce a special item we haven’t even hinted at before.

Each unique area of the floating city went through countless iterations and design phases, from rough sketches to complete architectural drawings. This is your chance to own a piece of Columbia for your wall.  We’ve made an extremely limited run of 100 lithographs of the concept artwork for Columbia’s Boardwalk and had them nicely framed, suitable for hanging in your library or drawing room. Or heck, your dorm room. They also come with a certificate of authenticity that is hand-numbered and signed by Ken Levine!

And one more thing: You’ll be able to get your hands on NECA’s Elizabeth and the Boys of Silence figures very soon!

For these and other great collectibles and apparel, head on over to the Irrational Games Store.  Tune in for the latest by following us on Twitter or liking us on Facebook!

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  • japester | January 9, 2013 5:15 pm

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    MOAR STUFFS!!!

    The Songbird Russian-style propaganda shirt is great. But that architectural litho is tremendous. Wish my piggy bank was fuller. If it sells well, please continue to offer more concept art like that. Artwork is hands-down my favorite type of game collectible.

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  • knightcarver | January 9, 2013 8:06 pm

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    I had to buy the framed lithograph…only 100 and signed by Ken. Wowsers! A bit annoyed with the cost of International Post though…cost me close to another $100! Surely you guys can find some alternatives? I guess for this one I can sorta understand, what with glass and having a long way to go. Still, can’t wait to get it!! Yay!!

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    • japester | January 10, 2013 12:09 am

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      Congrats. Should make a great display piece. As for shipping, the fulfillment service used by 2K/IG has always been a bit costly on the shipping side. I doubt that will change any time soon (shipping inside the US can be pricey, too!).

      Also, just to be perfectly clear, I believe only the certificate of authenticity is signed by Ken. Not the art itself. At least, that’s what I gather from the description.
      :-)

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      • knightcarver | January 10, 2013 12:45 am

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        Thanks Japester. :) I knew I would have spent all day thinking about it, so I just figured I may as well buy it now and not spend the rest of the day convincing myself! ;) I’m not terribly bothered if it’s just the certificate that is signed – it’ll probably end up being on display anyway. I think you’re right though as I couldn’t see any numbers in the photos provided above. Pretty excited for it to arrive!

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  • srift | January 9, 2013 8:35 pm

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    Just bought the Columbia statue otherwise would have definitely picked up the lithograph. Hopefully some more will be produced in the future.

    By the way please get up Fink Manufacturing shirts. I saw the design when that poll was conducted. Fink shirt was the better design in my opinion.

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  • joshimarston | August 9, 2013 5:09 pm

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    When do you re-stock Elizabeth’s figure ;///; ?

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