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James Camerons highly anticipated sci-fi epic makes its video game debut, taking players deep into the alien planet of Pandora.

Director of The Terminator and Aliens, fans have been patiently waiting for James Camerons science fiction comeback, Avatar, since his last film epic, Titanic. Taking place in the lush forests of alien world Pandora, Avatar The Game recreates the colour and marvel Camerons film and lets players experience its world from their own perspective. When the space fleet of the RDA Corporation first arrives on Pandora in the hopes of mining its valuable resources, its indigenous people, the Navi, must fight against its invaders and save the planet they call home.

As players explore Pandoras landscapes, new lifeforms and strange alien creations based on those in the film will slowly be unveiled. Once players reach the heart of this home world they will need to decide which side to fight with: the RDA consortium or Pandoras people. Following closely in the footsteps of its film counterpart, certain television sets are capable of displaying the game in full 3D.

Avatar The Game captures the scope and lush environments of the classic science fiction film, allowing players to experience the alien struggle from both sides of the fight.
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#1
Why do people feel the need to list whole sites as different deals when there's a voucher? Just keep reposting the original deal if you feel the need to spam:

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/661750/15-off-all-orders-promotional-disco
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_dyson_
Why do people feel the need to list whole sites as different deals when there's a voucher? Just keep reposting the original deal if you feel the need to spam:

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/661750/15-off-all-orders-promotional-disco


1. Because it is a decent deal of a decent game

3. The official voucher thread is not all that active, and the deal would be missed

3. It is not like I am posting Imagine Pets or something beyond pointless like that

4. Cheer up you miserable individual
#3
_dyson_
Why do people feel the need to list whole sites as different deals when there's a voucher? Just keep reposting the original deal if you feel the need to spam:

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/661750/15-off-all-orders-promotional-disco


Why do people feel the need to find something to be annoyed about?

As OP says, people would have missed the deal - OP is exposing one very cool way of using the voucher which was missed by me from the original Tesco voucher thread..

Internet shoppers don't always know what they want, it's very useful to see specific items at a specific price, especially an item that is so topical given the DVD/BluRay has just been released.
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tinodz
1. Because it is a decent deal of a decent game

3. The official voucher thread is not all that active, and the deal would be missed

3. It is not like I am posting Imagine Pets or something beyond pointless like that

4. Cheer up you miserable individual


Yes, but you could in theory list everything on the site with the code applied. People do it for Littlewoods/Very.

If there was a £5 off at Argos, would it be a deal for every item in there too?

If the price to buy an item is significantly less than elsewhere without using a voucher or if there is a specific voucher against a specific item, then these are deals IMO. Otherwise, it is just a pretty pointless post as I can go to the Tesco Entertainment website and pick what I want.

Incidentally, I won't go to the Tesco Entertainment website due to the way they have handled supposed misprices before - I'd rather pay a few quid more for something than give money to a company who flouts customers statutory right, even though I have never actually been stung by them

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