If I can get Mercinaries for $30...

#1raymanfan1Posted 9/25/2011 9:34:26 PM
Is it worth it, or still a rip off, even at a cheaper price?
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#2CorruptedRPGPosted 9/25/2011 9:36:42 PM
It was $20 earlier in the month. Paying $30 is better than 40.
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#3MBBDarigonPosted 9/25/2011 9:45:46 PM
It gave me 30 hours of playtime according to my activity log. That should tell you what I thought of it.
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#4kamikaze135Posted 9/25/2011 9:51:55 PM
I want to get that game and $30 seems a bit fair. I'm waiting till I find it for $20 though.
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#5raymanfan1(Topic Creator)Posted 9/25/2011 9:59:05 PM(edited)
To clarify, I'm actually looking at $80-90 NZD normally, and I found it discounted to $40NZD. Should I snap it up? (I just used USD because $40NZD is $30USD and most people here seem to be US-ers)
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To avoid jokes about Firetruck noises and/or innuendo, Nintendo should change the WiiU's name to Perfect Nintendo Entertainment System, or PNES for short.
#6raymanfan1(Topic Creator)Posted 9/25/2011 9:59:30 PM
raymanfan1 posted...
To clarify, I'm actually looking at $80-90 NZD normally, and I found it discounted to $40NZD. Should I snap it up? (I just used USD because $40NZD is $30USD and most people here seem to be US-ers)

So, half (the NZ) price a good buy?
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To avoid jokes about Firetruck noises and/or innuendo, Nintendo should change the WiiU's name to Perfect Nintendo Entertainment System, or PNES for short.
#7raymanfan1(Topic Creator)Posted 9/25/2011 10:07:21 PM
raymanfan1 posted...
raymanfan1 posted...
To clarify, I'm actually looking at $80-90 NZD normally, and I found it discounted to $40NZD. Should I snap it up? (I just used USD because $40NZD is $30USD and most people here seem to be US-ers)

So, half (the NZ) price a good buy?


Yes? No?
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To avoid jokes about Firetruck noises and/or innuendo, Nintendo should change the WiiU's name to Perfect Nintendo Entertainment System, or PNES for short.
#8raymanfan1(Topic Creator)Posted 9/25/2011 10:09:28 PM
No one wants to answer me...
*sniffle*


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*cries*
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To avoid jokes about Firetruck noises and/or innuendo, Nintendo should change the WiiU's name to Perfect Nintendo Entertainment System, or PNES for short.
#9ss_beelzebubPosted 9/25/2011 10:17:17 PM
its not a rip off... in general, bad question.
#10raymanfan1(Topic Creator)Posted 9/25/2011 10:17:28 PM
raymanfan1 posted...
raymanfan1 posted...
raymanfan1 posted...
To clarify, I'm actually looking at $80-90 NZD normally, and I found it discounted to $40NZD. Should I snap it up? (I just used USD because $40NZD is $30USD and most people here seem to be US-ers)

So, half (the NZ) price a good buy?

Yes? No?


Hmm?
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To avoid jokes about Firetruck noises and/or innuendo, Nintendo should change the WiiU's name to Perfect Nintendo Entertainment System, or PNES for short.