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OP 12/13/11 7:42:13 AM#1
I bought the Collector's Edition Trine2 with Artbook+Soundtrack and Trine1 all in one box in gameshops in my hometown for 14.99 euro's.
Others shops sell them for 16.99 euro's and one shop for 19.99 euro's.
And steam sell -Trine2 for 12.99 euro's
or on Steam-Trine2 collector's Edition for 19.99 euro's no Trine 1 i think well deal don't say this, or seperate 6.99 euro's for Artbook and soundtrack.
Steam seems overpricesed when games are launched.
Im puzzled how come i buy Trine full package for 14.99 while Steam DIGITAL they dont have to ship anything for 5 euro's more?
This is not first time i see way better deals in Shops then online very strange?
Gameshop-Skyrim PC version 39.99 euro's, but on Steam 49.99 euro's?
Becouse i first play Skyrim through steam i see how steam workes and price there games i new to steam thats why i ask and wonder why hehe
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12/13/11 10:49:26 PM#2
Steam is not always the cheapest choice. I only buy games on it when they have special sales during holidays and whatnot, or when they have big bundles sales.
It's not really meant to be a discount store even though they do have games on sale quite often. What it is is convenient
Waiting on GW2 and Diablo 3
12/15/11 7:42:10 AM#3
Yeah agreed, definately convenient , but hardly ever cheap..i always look around at local gamestops , walmarts , hasting's, game xchanges before i purchase off steam....plus if you dont have a decent download rate, makes it even worse wating for it to download then waiting for it to install :-)
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