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Master Geek
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Topic # 92658 3-Nov-2011 12:29
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1-day.co.nz has MW3 on sale today for $89.99 which is an alright price but what im more interested in is whether the DLC from the NZ playstation store will work with a parallel imported copy of the game?

I originally purchased MW2 from an online retailer and received the US copy, when it came to downloading the map packs(DLC) it said in the playstation store that the DLC had to match the BLES-XXX code on the spine on your game case.

The US version was not in the NZ playstation store and so I had to download it from a US account I made.

Is this still the case? 1-day have assured me that it is not but I am still a little sceptical.

Im not purchasing the game from 1-day myself anyway but would hate other people to do so and not be able to get the DLC.

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  Reply # 540688 3-Nov-2011 12:42
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It seems it may work because they are importing the the UK PAL version and not the US version like i purchased in the past.

-this is my opinion, I have not read it anywhere online, etc.

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