You could always buy the UK edition. Those swarmy bastards got the long end of the stick.
As a proud owner of the UK edition I was devastated to hear that the Germans got an even longer stick. Their 2-DVD Steelbook edition has a 45 minute doc "Building Brick" which isn't on the UK 2-DVD version. It also has Brick's English subtitles, which aren't included on the UK set. (And, of course, it has German dubs and subs, but features also the original English Dolby Digital 5.1 sound)
As far as I know the German version lacks nothing the UK version has. I'm not sure if the menus are only in German, but DVD menus aren't that hard to figure out even for those who can't speak German.
So yeah, I guess anyone buying Brick now should opt the German 2-DVD Steelbook if it being PAL Region 2 isn't a deal breaker.
(though don't blame me if there's some surprises as I've never seen it other than on web-shops)
EDIT: OK, so after reading the German web shops more carefully I found out that it might lack the Pin's Den featurette (which is the 3-minute Entering Pin's Den scene from Brick with only music, no sfx nor speech).
It might also lack the 5-minute video diary "London Press trip". But it has a "Featurette zum Dreh" (roughly "Featurette to the Idea/Forming"). That might be the Video Diary or then it's something else not found on the UK edition (as it hardly can be the Pin's Den thingy and all the other Extras are mentioned. E.g. HERE
, in German only)
Anyways, I'd still go for the German Steelbook with the new 45 minute documentary (Building Brick) even if it did lack those other two extras (which it might not since e.g. Pin's Den isn't listed in the UK set in the Extras column, but still has it),
Brickster is the only criminal on Lego Island!
He created the Brickster-Bots, robotic criminals. Their weaknesses are pizza and music. Throw pizzas and hit them on the head to kill them.