Games so good they were released twice.
Back in the olden days, when everyone lived in mud huts and only had 56k internet connections, "Game of the Year Edition" was just a meagre title thrown on a game box to let you know it had probably sold eleventy gajillion copies. These days, with the futuristic magic of streaming television and 3D everything, a GOTY edition is a cause for celebration, as it usually has all kinds of fantastical free gubbins tacked on. Here are some of the highlights:
After the phenomenal success of 2008's Fallout 3, developer Bethesda went on to produce five beefy add-on packs which added a significant chunk of new content to the game - including a rewritten ending. The Game of the Year disc collects this all into one convenient package.