Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Double Agent [PS3] from Zavvi - £25.99 (inc Del) - HotUKDeals
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Zavvi are selling "Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Double Agent" for the Sony PS3 for £25.99 (inc Del)

Virgin Credit Card users can get a further 10% off making it £23.39 (See below)

The next best price seems to be £29.96 from Amazon.

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For The First Time Ever, Play As A Double Agent.
Sam Fisher is back but he's never faced an enemy like this before. In order to stop a devastating attack on American soil, you must infiltrate and destroy a vicious terrorist group from within. Lie. Kill. Sabotage. Betray. You choose. Which side are you fighting for?
Double-agent gameplay and multiple endings.
Use realistic weapons and gadgets.
Heart-stopping multiplayer action.
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#1
Still too high, been out over a year on PS3 and not much of a desirable game.

Two years out on the Xbox and Xbox 2.
#2
Is it me or does this still seem ridiculously over priced?

I am not having a go at the nightswimmer, but the fact that you can get this on the 360 for £9.96, just seems a little unfair!

http://www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/ASIN/B000E543MM/soundsvault-21

Could someone explain what the PS3 version offers over the 360 version for the extra £16.03?

MM
#3
As mentioned the release dates. The decrepit 360 is older than the PS3.
#4
PS3 games are overpriced. And yep, this one especially. But it is still the cheapest you can get it for and I don't think it has been this low before, hence IMHO it's a good deal should you be after the PS3 version.

If people are voting this cold simply because it's cheaper on the 360, then using the same argument they should be voting all the Xbox 360 games cold as they can be bought cheaper for the PC. :thumbsup:
#5
this was going for £12.99 at game only around 3 months ago. sorry

sorry, it was play.com
#6
sadamputee
this was going for £12.99 at game only around 3 months ago. sorry

sorry, it was play.com


Gah. Just realied, I had exclude expired on when searching. :oops: *sigh* Ah well, can't win them all. 8-)

Thanks sadamputee :)
#7
sparc
As mentioned the release dates. The decrepit 360 is older than the PS3.



The 360 is exactly the same age as the decrepit PS3 the only difference ?, the 360 did NOT have a Blu Ray laser that they could not get to work properly for almost another year as was the case on the PS3, but other than that both machines were ready at the same time,(both were showing games at the E3 show at that time 2005) as were games for both machines being developed at the same time, the missing blu ray made no difference to the making of the games other than their later release dates...



http://uk.xbox360.ign.com/articles/617/617951p1.html
#8
Fred Head
The 360 is exactly the same age as the decrepit PS3 the only difference ?, the 360 did NOT have a Blu Ray laser that they could not get to work properly for almost another year as was the case on the PS3, but other than that both machines were ready at the same time,(both were showing games at the E3 show at that time 2005) as were games for both machines being developed at the same time, the missing blu ray made no difference to the making of the games other than their later release dates...

http://uk.xbox360.ign.com/articles/617/617951p1.html


:roll: :whistling:

Here we go again, bent out of shape over one word. The 360 was rushed to market. I can't be bothered supplying any links as its common knowledge. Thats why the high failure rate and shoddy hardware.

Just because both were exhibited at a particualr event at the same time makes no difference. Are you honestly naive enough to believe production stopped there and then?

When they were both released is what matters and thats my point about why one game costs more than another, the titles time on the shelf. Please be quiet. ;-)

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