Perhaps I'm a naive slab of non-gaming gristle, but this Xbox 360 Halo 3 Special Edition just looks like an unpleasantly bile-like slab of console. Still, I'm sure there are people out there happy to spend $399 on dubiously detailed Microsoft hardware; what's surprising is that, according to Unboxing.com, it doesn't actually seem to come with a copy of the game itself.
At least, Halo 3 isn't mentioned in the run down of what you get in the box. We can only assume either an oversight or stupidity from Microsoft. Anyway, you'll be playing with yourself (so to speak) with just one wireless controller, one (wired) headset, the 20GB hard-drive (which seems a bit stingy) and - wonder of wonders - an HDMI cable.
Is anyone out there planning on buying one? Let us know in the comments.