Is there going to be a "gold edition" for this like there was for RE5?

#11Sunricer(Topic Creator)Posted 1/22/2013 9:12:55 AM
>_>
That's the asking price in the UK? It costs 349 NOK here, 29.99 is roughly 265 NOK. Hmm.. Anywhere that sells UK PSN cards online?
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#12viper9xPosted 1/22/2013 9:19:33 AM
sunricer posted...
>_>
That's the asking price in the UK? It costs 349 NOK here, 29.99 is roughly 265 NOK. Hmm.. Anywhere that sells UK PSN cards online?


is that your PSN store price? what about prices from local shops or sources such as Amazon E.U?
#13Sunricer(Topic Creator)Posted 1/22/2013 9:23:04 AM(edited)
Importing through amazon costs me more, I've tried it before.
Local store price (Used) is 400 NOK, new copies cost 450 NOK.

PSN price is 349 NOK.
UK one would be 265, roughly converted anyway.

How much is the US PSN asking for it?

Games cost 600 here by default, which is roughly 67 or 107$

So buying games is expensive, hence the PSN usually has lower prices. Even more so in other countries, it would seem.
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#14viper9xPosted 1/22/2013 9:28:06 AM
Not sure, less than the equivalent UK price as far as I know, as for UK PSN cards, you can get them from sources such as Ebay, but the price markup will likely kill off any savings you would have made. that and you would need to make a PSN account for the store card type you obtained.

In my opinion it is worth its price, especially if you are a fan of 4 & 5, but you could always make a judgement from downloading the demo.
#15AzureVergilPosted 1/22/2013 9:33:20 AM
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^Yeah and thq went bankrupt - couldn't happen to a more deserving company.

they made you pay with real money to get weapon variety in the game, a new low. i did not spend a dollar on DLC just on principle. then they took the planned DLC and decide "hey, we can release this as a full game and charge 60$ for a few months work". but the joke was on them: they needed the moeny from the DLC to..you know...pay people and delaying the DLC 6 months meant THQ went under.

money grubbing a-holes got what they deserved. SR3 was the game that ruined the franchise anyways, so it all worked out with a nice bow on top.


Yeah, buying all DLCs would been more than $60, buying the Full Package was the best decision and I agree, SR3 sucked compared to SR2.
#16Sunricer(Topic Creator)Posted 1/22/2013 9:38:57 AM
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#17Sunricer(Topic Creator)Posted 1/22/2013 1:43:17 PM
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