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Bit bummed after missing the £5 deal on steam the other day and after a bit of searching I found this. Not the cheapest its ever been there, but its definitely the cheapest at this point in time for a digital download at £4.78 after paypal conversion.

Includes the game and all released DLC. I'd go as far to say as the normal asking price of £15 on steam is well worth it to begin with! Some of the DLC is a bit nath. But Old World Blues is worth the extra for this pack on its own over the base game.
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#1
Saisnbury's have the disc version in for £2.99.
#2
capriboycraig
Saisnbury's have the disc version in for £2.99.

Which if you can find in your store is a much better deal no doubt. But as someone in that thread said, as well as from having a personal look in the big Sainsbury store in Ipswich, its rather hit or miss. My store only had new PC games. And even at that there was only a couple. If you don't want to go on a hunt then this is an alternative.
#3
slayermatt
capriboycraig
Saisnbury's have the disc version in for £2.99.

Which if you can find in your store is a much better deal no doubt. But as someone in that thread said, as well as from having a personal look in the big Sainsbury store in Ipswich, its rather hit or miss. My store only had new PC games. And even at that there was only a couple. If you don't want to go on a hunt then this is an alternative.

Mine has virtually no pc games, I found a free standing unit down near toiletries and had a browse whilst swhmo was shopping and found this. Played through on the PS3, loved the game but hated the bugs. Hopefully the pc version is a little more polished.
#4
capriboycraig
slayermatt
capriboycraig
Saisnbury's have the disc version in for £2.99.

Which if you can find in your store is a much better deal no doubt. But as someone in that thread said, as well as from having a personal look in the big Sainsbury store in Ipswich, its rather hit or miss. My store only had new PC games. And even at that there was only a couple. If you don't want to go on a hunt then this is an alternative.

Mine has virtually no pc games, I found a free standing unit down near toiletries and had a browse whilst swhmo was shopping and found this. Played through on the PS3, loved the game but hated the bugs. Hopefully the pc version is a little more polished.

Fair enough, but like I said. Every store is different and some towns might not have a sainsburys close enough to be worth the petrol.

The game is much MUCH better on PC, I put about 20 hours into a torrented version about a year ago and it never crashed once, my 360 save I got up to about 340~ hours and its unresponsive with autosave on, with about 5 minute load screens with it off and crashes every hour or so.
#5
Great game and well worthy of the money when you factor in the extra dLC. I've clocked up over 180 hours and I've still plenty of game left to complete. The Big MT dlc is massive and can get a bit monotonous but if you're a fall-out fan and haven't got this then this should be grabbed with both hands.

Edited By: DAZZ2000 on Jan 02, 2015 21:31
#6
DAZZ2000
Great game and well worthy of the money when you factor in the extra dLC. I've clocked up over 180 hours and I've still plenty of game left to complete. The Big MT dlc is massive and can get a bit monotonous but if you're a fall-out fan and haven't got this then this should be grabbed with both hands.

Definitely. I remember I paid full price for the game and all the DLC's when they came out on xbox and its one of the few games I feel DLC was really worth that much. Great game to just sink hours of your life into - and the post apocalypse is much nicer than the mythical past of the Elder Scrolls games in my opinion :P
#7
It's not a bad price considering other offers (Steam and GamersGate both had £6.79 as their best, while GMG was around £9). Don't really get why it's getting cold votes. If anyone's worried about German censorship (since the site is German), it looks like it doesn't affect New Vegas.
#8
EllEzDee
It's not a bad price considering other offers (Steam and GamersGate both had £6.79 as their best, while GMG was around £9). Don't really get why it's getting cold votes. If anyone's worried about German censorship (since the site is German), it looks like it doesn't affect New Vegas.

Valve tends to remove censorship, my brother had a retail German version of black ops 2 (and still says so on purchases) and it seems to be the UK version thats downloaded. Also haven't seen any censorship on this version if fallout.

I think the Sainsburys deal, or maybe the fact it was only a few pence more direct from steam a couple days ago might be attracting them, but at the end of the day as long as the people who want the game cheap as a instant download see the deal I can live with a bit of cold :P

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