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PS3 Fifa 10 - £24.97 + quidco @ Tesco Direct

£24.97 @ Tesco Direct
Product Features * 360° Dribbling - The first-ever true 360° dribbling system in a football game provides finer dribbling control, enabling players to find spaces between defenders that previou… Read More
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* 360° Dribbling - The first-ever true 360° dribbling system in a football game provides finer dribbling control, enabling players to find spaces between defenders that previously were not possible
* Skilled Dribbling - All-new animation warping technology provides unprecedented control. Skilled players now have the ability to face a defender and use highly-responsive lateral dribbling to skip past him
* Freedom in Physical Play - Wider dribble touches and new collision sharing creates a varied, less predictable, and extended fight for possession between the dribbler and a defender
* Player Urgency - Improved urgency AI logic, with over 50 new movement cycles, delivers more responsive positioning so your players stay focused on the ball and move at a speed appropriate to the action
* Improved Trapping Intelligence - Players now have a better awareness of where the easiest, most natural trapping position is so they can get the ball on the ground and under control easier and earlier
* Advanced Positioning - Defenders multi-task and play the pitch more intelligently by covering dangerous spaces left by out-of-position teammates. In attack, players analyze space more effectively, curve their runs to stay onside, create passing lanes and vary attacking options
* More Accurate Passing - Players better analyze space resulting in pinpoint passes that give their receivers more options and time to outrun defensive pressure
* Authentic Shooting - Refinements to the shooting system and modifications of the ball physics create a wider, more realistic variety of shots that enhance the exhilaration of scoring
* Varied Defending Options - Slide Tackle targeting has been enhanced so skilled players have more reach and avoid tackling through the dribbler. Better effort clearance logic gives defenders more options when attempting to get a foot on the ball before an attacker. Effort, such as sliding to block crosses and overhead kick clearances, give defenders more tools to prevent goal-scoring opportunities
* Refined Goalkeeper Intelligence - numerous improvements mean that goalkeepers now have more urgency and better perception of where to intercept loose balls, resulting in a more responsive and powerful rushing system. New animation warping technology provides game-realistic goalkeeper positioning and momentum, resulting in more varied scoring opportunities
* Manager Mode Authenticity - More than 50 major improvements were designed to create an authentic experience to mimic the real-world game. Match results are based on team and player strengths and weaknesses. Player transfers are determined by multiple decision points, including club finance and prestige, availability of similar players, and competition from AI-controlled clubs. Player development is more realistic with true-to-life growth curves based on factors such as age and environment
* Continuous Gameplay - Maintain the atmosphere, pace, and intensity of a match with quick free kicks and referee carding
* New Practice Arena - Work on individual skills in a fully featured practice mode before stepping on the pitch.
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#1
I get £39.96?
#2
Shows £24.97 for me.

£24.97
48 Clubcard points
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#3
Ahh Tesco Direct. I went to Tesco Entertainment.

+£5 delivery if you can't collect.
#4
http://www.mcvuk.com/news/36062/Games-trade-slams-price-cutting

UK games industry slams price cutting
by Tim Ingham

Discounting is ‘unnecessary and worrying’ say publishers and retailers; Do we need Europe-style RRP restrictions?

The prosperity of the entire UK trade has been placed in danger by the supermarket price cutting that has led to FIFA 10 and Operation Flashpoint: Dragon Rising going on sale for under £30.

That’s according to leading publishers and retailers, who have today hit out at “unnecessary and worrying” discounting in MCV.

Top trade execs have even asked if the UK needs to adopt a French-style law, where Government restricts in-store price slashing.

Tesco led the way on FIFA 10, selling the title – which broke sales records this week to hit No.1 in the All Formats Chart – for just £24.97.

And MCV revealed this morning that ASDA is to sell Codemasters’ Operation Flashpoint: Dragon Rising for just £27 from midnight tonight.
Article continues below

Konami UK boss Peter Stone told MCV: “It appears that FIFA has been used as a spearhead in a fresh market-share battle between the supermarkets, and this can only lead to similar retaliation with other key titles. It is our understanding that retail sets these prices, and they are unnecessary and worrying.”

Bethesda CEO Sean Brennan added: “Clearly no publisher likes its brand to be devalued like this. I suspect it only moves market share around rather than generates additional sales. The alternative is something like the French model where the state dictates minimum retail pricing in video games.”

A head buyer at a top UK national entertainment retail chain added: “The relentless discounting policies of the supermarkets have done so much to devalue products that were once considered highly aspirational, including DVDs and CDs.

“The industry has to guard against the same being done to games – once the public has an expectation of significantly lower prices, there won't be any going back.”


In short: good for consumers, may be damaging for the game industry in the long-run.
#5
Is it instore as well as might pop down
#6
atigona
Is it instore as well as might pop down


Not sure but you can pick it up in certain stores if you purchase online.
#7
Don't forget quidco
#8
Yes £24.97 but you must spend £25 or more to collect in store as it charges you £5!
#9
I don't see how it's bad for the gaming industry, Asda, Tesco etc will be taking the loss won't they?
#10
daver77
I don't see how it's bad for the gaming industry, Asda, Tesco etc will be taking the loss won't they?


What's the chance tesco metro will do this deal and anyone know anything to put in basket to take past £25

btw why does it say pickup on saturday
#11
sits69
http://www.mcvuk.com/news/36062/Games-trade-slams-price-cutting



In short: good for consumers, may be damaging for the game industry in the long-run.



This game will sell by the millions. It's an update (the tenth!) of an extremely lucrative franchise which is a perinneal cash cow for Electronic Arts. Even when FIFA was a bit crap, it still sold by the juggernaut load.

It's yet another reasone why the video game entertainment industry now crushes dvd, music, cinema, theatre etc.

In short, shut up.
#12
To take it over £25 buy some light bulbs for £1.21 or what
I done was brought 25 blank discs for £5.97
#13
I got DVD cases 0.97
#14
Sulphur Man
This game will sell by the millions. It's an update (the tenth!) of an extremely lucrative franchise which is a perinneal cash cow for Electronic Arts. Even when FIFA was a bit crap, it still sold by the juggernaut load.

It's yet another reasone why the video game entertainment industry now crushes dvd, music, cinema, theatre etc.

In short, shut up.


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#15
sits69
http://www.mcvuk.com/news/36062/Games-trade-slams-price-cutting

In short: good for consumers, may be damaging for the game industry in the long-run.


Depends, the supermarkets are really only after the 'big' games at the mo.
Tesco + Asda would still have paid a decent price for it, and may even have made a couple pence profit. Game + Gamestation I reckon have the power to get it at a cheaper price too. These Indie stores(which I never see) will either need to join up, or focus on the pre-owned market.

The current pricing of video games is far too high, if Fifa wasn't £24, I would have just gotten the game for free.
#16
Nozzawolf
Ahh Tesco Direct. I went to Tesco Entertainment.

+£5 delivery if you can't collect.


i am sure u got a tesco homeplus atleast near u
#17
sits69
http://www.mcvuk.com/news/36062/Games-trade-slams-price-cutting



In short: good for consumers, may be damaging for the game industry in the long-run.


what a load of malarky
#18
Sulphur Man
This game will sell by the millions. It's an update (the tenth!) of an extremely lucrative franchise which is a perinneal cash cow for Electronic Arts. Even when FIFA was a bit crap, it still sold by the juggernaut load.

It's yet another reasone why the video game entertainment industry now crushes dvd, music, cinema, theatre etc.

In short, shut up.


i thought this was the 16th fifa i.e. one a year -shows what i know.
#19
Has been this price in store since release so as long as your local store has some stock left, which mine does, you should be able to just nip in and fetch a copy :thumbsup::):thumbsup:
#20
Nellster
i thought this was the 16th fifa i.e. one a year -shows what i know.

yeah the first was in 1994 but there's more than one a year sometimes, eg road to the world cup 98
[mod]#21
sits69
http://www.mcvuk.com/news/36062/Games-trade-slams-price-cutting



In short: good for consumers, may be damaging for the game industry in the long-run.


can u find cheaper :whistling:
#22
Wasnt this £24.95 on Amazon last week?
#23
£5 off a £30 spend for tesco direct!!!
Code= TDX-SFFT
#24
Damn...don`t get paid until 15th either.:x
#25
Funny that, i ordered mine on saturday night @ 7:00PM and was meant to be delivered today, but got an email stateing that the game aint coming till the week starting 19th of ****ing october.

LOAD OF ****
#26
samirarsenal
£5 off a £30 spend for tesco direct!!!
Code= TDX-SFFT


What can you buy for £5 odd extra though?
I`m stumped:?
#27
Nathan94
Funny that, i ordered mine on saturday night @ 7:00PM and was meant to be delivered today, but got an email stateing that the game aint coming till the week starting 19th of ****ing october.

LOAD OF ****


Is that from tesco direct or entertainment mate?
#28
samirarsenal
£5 off a £30 spend for tesco direct!!!
Code= TDX-SFFT


darn i just brought the game and 25 blank discs that came to £30.94
#29
1616french
What can you buy for £5 odd extra though?
I`m stumped:?


25 blank discs take it to £30.94 if that helps or 2gb memory stick
#30
why isn't there a 360 copy?????
#31
Iain123
darn i just brought the game and 25 blank discs that came to £30.94


Cancel order then re-do it.:thumbsup:
#32
Cheers for this, now to flog my 360 version.
#33
jonpeat
Cheers for this, now to flog my 360 version.

ill take it off your hands
#34
How long is this on for, and has it defintely finished in the shops now?
#35
wish this was still on in shops, cant be arsed with paying £5 for delivery or picking it up 4 miles away without a car. :-(

Edit: Also, how hilarious is the Tesco description bit?, "Av cables - No" haha, why don`t their web design team design a page for games since they sell so bloody many?
#36
thesnowman86
Is that from tesco direct or entertainment mate?


I believe entertainment, considering the post in the other thread.
#37
Johnboy_1975
How long is this on for, and has it defintely finished in the shops now?


1 - No idea
2 - Yes it was only on for the weekend
#38
Damn, I know quite a few people that missed out on the Tesco deal and are desperate to buy the 360 version, but they're not willing to pay £40.

It's surprising that the PS3 version is actually cheaper, since it's usually vice versa though.
#39
thank you thank you thank you!!!!

i went to 7 different shops on saturday to get it @ sub £25, all were sold out or at full price.

HEAT

btw... I can understand the point about games prices, what the supermarkets are doing to the consumer electronics market could do some real harm in the long run.
#40
I ordered this last Thursday and still no game!!! Just recieved a email saying that due to high demand they wont have any stock until the 16th October and they will dispatch as soon as they get them!! Hope this helps to those who want the game now now now :-)))

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