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2 years ago#1
Every where I go, may it be grocery shopping or getting new games, it always surprises me to see that every store is sold out of this game every time. And from what I read from this board and reviews, it was pretty bad. So tell me this, why do you all want it all the sudden? Is it because the show is coming to a close or what?
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2 years ago#2
well it it only $30 at bestbuy starting today I dunno I like more than dead island and left 4 dead games but the reason for liking it better than left 4 dead just has 2 do with the single player also I find it has more replay value than the telltale point and click game playing that once was good enough for me
2 years ago#3
Yes, but this wasn't Best Buy. I'm talking Walmart, Meijer, and GameStop. This means some people paid a full price of $60.
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2 years ago#4
Because people who never really game are buying it. They are getting a lot of the fringe market that buy on name or cool factor. Most of those people probably haven't heard of gamefaqs and didn't bother to look up the reviews. Without any real advertising people were probably walking through walmart games and went...."oh cool...a walking dead game...gotta have it."
2 years ago#5
This game has never been $60, so if someone paid that I truly feel bad for them. I paid $30 on launch day and have not regret it.
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2 years ago#6
Yeah, Walmart had it at $59.96 and I was like "someone got ripped off". But thanks for the clarification.
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