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[PC] Pre-order Supreme Commander for £17.99!

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You can pre-order Supreme Commander for the PC from 101CD for £17.99. Cheapest elsewhere for this is £22 + ... :) Details: In the 33rd Century, the old Earth Empire finally collapsed. As chaos engu…
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You can pre-order Supreme Commander for the PC from 101CD for £17.99. Cheapest elsewhere for this is £22 + ... :)

Details: In the 33rd Century, the old Earth Empire finally collapsed. As chaos engulfed the interstellar empire, the military, under the aegis of the Earth Command, stepped forward to restore order. ** Acting in a severe and often draconian manner, Earth Command made the difficult decisions that politicians, mired in corruption and their own self-interest, could not. Entire worlds were abandoned, and much of the Quantum Gate network was intentionally destroyed in an effort to isolate the retreating Prime Worlds from the rest of the galaxy. ** Despite the best efforts of the military, civil war erupted. After a hundred years, Earth Command was finally able to restore order and establish a new government, which was christened the United Earth Federation. ** Risen, phoenix-like from the ashes of the old Earth Empire, the United Earth Federation vowed to purge itself of bureaucratic corruption and remain pure to a single task: the rescue of mankind's war-torn worlds and an end to the Infinite War. By any and all means necessary. ** It has worked toward that goal by maintaining an iron grip on the new empire, creating a totalitarian government out of what might be considered the most successful military coup in human history. ** Supreme Commander is the first ever RTS to deliver truly strategic as well as tactical gaming with an emphasis on scope as well as ease of use. Set in the 37th Century you command one of three races as the Supreme Commander with a single goal in mind - to end the 1000 year Infinite War and become the reigning power supreme. **
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#1
Not a game I'd go for personally, but I still voted it hot anyway :)
#2
Why vote hot for a pre order?
All pre orders are £19.99 at pcworld with the option to collect instore too.
#3
Because people can vote hot for whatever they want...

Why vote cold when this is cheaper than a PC World pre-order??
#4
emmajk42
Because people can vote hot for whatever they want...

Why vote cold when this is cheaper than a PC World pre-order??


Indeed, that just doesn't make sense :?
#5
Becuase id personally prefer to be able to nip down to my local pcworld and pick it up for £19.99 then have it delivered from some company for £17.99.

As you say, you can vote hot on whatever you want just like you can cold.

Edit:

Plus to add more credibility to your "find" you stated that the cheapest elsewhere is £22 which it blatently isnt.
#6
wghennessy
Becuase id personally prefer to be able to nip down to my local pcworld and pick it up for £19.99 then have it delivered from some company for £17.99.

As you say, you can vote hot on whatever you want just like you can cold.

Edit:

Plus to add more credibility to your "find" you stated that the cheapest elsewhere is £22 which it blatently isnt.


Fair enough, the PC World pre-order did not come up in the search results from 2 price comparison websites.

As for it being "some company", 101CD are a pretty well established online retailer.

Thanks for saying why you cold voted.
#7
Plus there is a few sites doing it for £18 and thats from searching on kelkoo.

Saying that you didnt have to submit anything so fair play for pointing the deal out.
#8
wghennessy
Becuase id personally prefer to be able to nip down to my local pcworld and pick it up for £19.99 then have it delivered from some company for £17.99.

As you say, you can vote hot on whatever you want just like you can cold.

Edit:

Plus to add more credibility to your "find" you stated that the cheapest elsewhere is £22 which it blatently isnt.


Of course everybody is entitled to their own opinion and preference, but not everybody wants to or can go out to PC World, so having it delivered is easier.

(Such as health problems, that they may not have a PC World nearby anyway, or that they just don't have the time etc.).

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