I bought the 360 version of this game when it first came out. The driving sections were filled with bugs that made the game ALMOST unplayable, but perseverance got me through the entire game.
I wanted the Limited Edition, but it was around 60-70 pounds on release, so I went with the standard version.
The Wii & PS2 versions of the game differ slightly in locations, and a little bit in storyline, but the games as a whole are almost identical (apart from visually. The Wii version looks terrible compared to the 360 & PS3 versions).
However, 7.99 for a CD Soundtrack, DVD making of (with a digital copy of the artbook, all the trailers, and PC Wallpapers as extras), hard cover Artbook, statue of Carnby (the protagonist), and the main game (which is still selling for 30 brand new), you can't really complain.
Despite the cheesiness of the storyline, and the cliche dialogue, the game is still a good rebirth to the series, and can make for an entertaining play if you're looking for something to just fill the time.
And again, 7.99 is a bloomin' steal.