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Modern Warfare hits Games on Demand

Postby Jimmy Luxury » 26 May 2010, 08:08

They can dip it chili powder and shove it up their puckered, corporate arses. Sideways. With a twist.
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Postby DirtyProdigy » 26 May 2010, 08:23

And I thought everyone overdid World War II about 8 years ago with Call of Duty series and Medal of Honors. I guess this "Modern Warfare" and "Guitar Hero" are really being overdone like, I don't know, George Bush's second presidency? Enough is enough.
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Postby Rothepony » 26 May 2010, 10:10

Modern Warfare is just like UHT milk


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Postby kimoak » 26 May 2010, 11:55

Holy Nutsack?!? How much? :shock:
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Postby MPH » 26 May 2010, 13:53

$40, $20 and $20.

So £28, £14 and £14. Might pick up BF2: Modern Combat for fourteen quid (I mean I've played most of the other BF games... and am currently playing BC2). But then I'm sure I can still get it a hell of a lot cheaper than that. So even at £14 it's a rip off. MW for £28 is taking the p**s though. The game can be snapped up for little over a tenner.
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Postby ensabahnur » 26 May 2010, 15:29

MPH wrote:$40, $20 and $20.

So £28, £14 and £14. Might pick up BF2: Modern Combat for fourteen quid (I mean I've played most of the other BF games... and am currently playing BC2). But then I'm sure I can still get it a hell of a lot cheaper than that. So even at £14 it's a rip off. MW for £28 is taking the p**s though. The game can be snapped up for little over a tenner.
Well BF2:MC has gone up for £19.99. My mate just paid £6.70 for a copy off ebay that was in pristine condition. Don't see any MW on there yet but i certainly wouldn't expect to get that for less than £30. (well maybe a penny less)

I'd really like to see the return MS are getting for these games. Are there really idiots out there who will pay nearly 4 times the cost for a digital copy of a game thats been out since the machines launch?
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