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Topic # 46721 8-Nov-2009 16:10
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Why is Modern Warfare 2 so expensive?
Regular edition of the game is $140 in all retailers, I haven't seen any new release priced
over $120

I've checked out:

DSE, Noelleeming, Bond and Bond.

Anyone know any places where it is cheaper?

I heard it might be cheaper in JB-hi fi but it's not listed on their site, if anyone
could tell me their pricing or another place that sells it cheaper, that'll be awesome.

Thanks.

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  Reply # 271035 8-Nov-2009 16:47
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Pre-Orders before November were $120~$130. Game is sold out. New orders are going to cost more. This game is HUGE.

PS - www.firstgames.co.nz

$100 inc shipping for Xbox 360/PC/PS3 title.




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  Reply # 271040 8-Nov-2009 17:43

jb hifi 118 all formats standard edition

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 271046 8-Nov-2009 18:07
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It's so expensive because Activision knows they can milk you all for that much. Don't like it? Don't buy it.

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  Reply # 271097 8-Nov-2009 21:51
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What version you after ?
PC version is $99 most places.... alwso seen it for $95.




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  Reply # 271117 8-Nov-2009 22:21
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Dick Smith will have it for $117 for the standard version







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  Reply # 271136 8-Nov-2009 23:16
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Yea I pre-ordered the PC version for only $89 from mightyape.co.nz although this was about 3 months ago lol.




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  Reply # 271170 9-Nov-2009 08:29
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c71931f: anyone know if this game format will work on nz ps3's ?
I'm keen on getting this if it does :)

http://www.cdwow.co.nz/games/CALL-OF-DUTY-MODERN-WARFARE-2-PRESTIGE-ED/dp/4673137#bc=eb59


PS3 games are region free :)

I've got my order from cdwow, only thing is from today/tomorrow when it gets sent out, it'll take about 4-5 days :(

That's ok though, i also got the camo headset


Don't know why peopel are complaining about the price


$140 from the usual ripoff retailers that sell things for $129 for any new released game?
Not much of a markup, just go to the proper places, firstgames, jb, playtech etc and you can find way better deals on all new releases




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  Reply # 271171 9-Nov-2009 08:36
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friedCrumpet: It's so expensive because Activision knows they can milk you all for that much. Don't like it? Don't buy it.


Hmm.... Ok, Piratebay it is then?

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  Reply # 271181 9-Nov-2009 08:57
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i dont think that piratebay statement was very smart lol.. In saying that, have you seen the size of the sucker though, 11gbs! holy hell

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  Reply # 271207 9-Nov-2009 10:09
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Then I shall remove all subtlety and come straight out and reveal that it intended as a humourous jest!

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  Reply # 271214 9-Nov-2009 10:40
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cdwow.co.nz isnt this in china?

Will a legit game actually turn up???




 


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  Reply # 271218 9-Nov-2009 10:44
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rossmnz: cdwow.co.nz isnt this in china?

Will a legit game actually turn up???



Hong Kong eh

usually takes around 4 days, but they quote 6-10.  so pretty much faster than:
PBT and Kiwicouriers usually are....to my place that is, slackers.


They've been around longer than almost all other online stores(2002), they are on a par with play-asia if you've ever used them. 



I'll post an update when it arrives and if the headset/game arrive in separate packages




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  Reply # 271225 9-Nov-2009 10:57
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rossmnz: cdwow.co.nz isnt this in china?

Will a legit game actually turn up???


CDWow seem alright. I bought a couple of albums from there a couple of weeks ago, and turned up no problems. I wouldn't have any doubts buying a game off there.

A lot of the places in China that sell pirated software mocked up as the real thing are small time businesses an eBay'ers

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  Reply # 271264 9-Nov-2009 12:24
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Hmmmm.

www.firstgames.co.nz are a kiwi company though arent they?

Id rather give my patronage to a kiwi company instead of a random one outta HK!




 


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  Reply # 271287 9-Nov-2009 13:47
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rossmnz: Hmmmm.

www.firstgames.co.nz are a kiwi company though arent they?

Id rather give my patronage to a kiwi company instead of a random one outta HK!


yeah firstgames are, they buy their games from HK and Japan directly, then sell out of their outfit.


Only problem with firstgames is no Credit card.  I always use my credit card for online purchases, ever since C1com went bust.  having the extra insurance on it if a company fails is good enough reason in my books to use it




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