Pat told me never to post about soundtracks but get a load of this Halo 4 offering. The standard edition costs $14 and includes 15 Neil Davidge-penned tracks in both physical and digital formats – bit of a bargain, really. Then there’s the Special Edition 2-Disc Box Set, which is $75 – seventy five dollars – and throws in a 14-track remix CD, a behind the scenes documentary DVD, a hardcover book with notes and photos, a 12″ art print, an Xbox Live Avatar shirt, and an “180 Gram, 12″ Master Chief picture disk vinyl of remixes”. A record. What’s next, phonograms? Dirigibles? Clubs with nails in them? Amazing. You can order either of these packages at Halo Waypoint. Halo 4 launches exclusively on Xbox 360 in early November.