I was browsing through Amazon when I came across the Spanish "Edition" of Halo 3. The thing that grabbed me the most was they called it the "Spanish Edition" and not the "Spanish Version", is it suppose to be better then the U.S. version? The only difference I noticed is it's outrageously low price (comparing with U.S. prices). You can grab it off Amazon for as cheap as $16.79 (yes, those are American dollars) when the U.S. version is $38.99 at the lowest. So, consider this comparison:
Halo 3 U.S. ($38.99)
Halo 3 Spanish ($16.79) plus Spanish for Dummies ($4.38) = $21.17
You'll save around $17.00 by going with the Spanish Edition, but it depends on where you buy this stuff and excluding tax. I got my copy free from a buy 1 get 2 free deal at Game Crazy so this doesn't really effect me. I just thought this was an interesting find and since both Bungie and Microsoft Game Studios are based here in Washington State, and that this game came out in 2007, you'd expect prices to be cheap.
Think Spanish is a waste of time? Well, think again.
(All price information was from Amazon.com)