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Author: Inktomi

Gamestop price drops on MMO's.

Posted by Inktomi Friday February 19 2010 at 1:50AM
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 Hi, I just wanted to get something out there since I haven't posted in awhile.

Latest price drops I noticed on PC and 360 MMO titles. I watch G-stop because they pretty much follow the overall price trend of the market. You might be able to find a better deal or two on Steam, GoG or ebay.

Final Fantasy XI Ultimate collection: $14.99 ( I bought one today =D)

Star Trek Online Collectors Ed: $59.99 Regular: 39.99

Guild Wars Trilogy: $39.99

Fallen Earth: $29.99 @ 20 I'm all over it.

Demigod: $19.99 (I paid 40 bucks for that stinker)

Champions Online: $19.99 (not with a ten foot pole)

This might be old news to some. INB4: I know that Demigod is nawt an mmo, but it's still an online game. Hey, if league of legends can stay here, so can Demigod :P

I hope this helps someone compare some prices. If you see any of these cheaper somewhere else, let me know.

Play safe,


loirnoir writes:

League of legends and demigod don't even compare when it comes to multiplayer functionality. >.>

Fri Feb 19 2010 1:58AM Report
Inktomi writes:

 True, League is a much, MUCH better game. But many have disputed its berth on I wasn't comparing their quality, it was the fact that were similar, and they are alike.

Don't read too deeply into it, it's just a comparison.

Fri Feb 19 2010 2:11AM Report
UnsungToo writes:

good post

Fri Feb 19 2010 3:55AM Report
AldrexJ writes: That was good news to all Gamestop lovers. Many users are happy with their service and practices and many are not. Now, this video game shop is getting ready to surf the mobile device wave this year, reports the Wall Street Journal. The retailer has been selling the iPhone and iPad for a couple of months, and now GameStop will fill the space by offering Android tablets. The re-branded Android tablets will be enhanced for gameplay. Source of article: GameStop to offer Android gaming tablet for the holidays. Mon Nov 07 2011 12:14AM Report writes:
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