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Wanted: Command and conquer red alert 3 ps3

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Post your prices bearing in mind i can get it for 28 brand new in shopto http://www.shopto.net/page.php?page=dettagli&codart=PS3CO25
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7y, 10m agoPosted 7 years, 10 months agoFeedback:116 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
Post your prices bearing in mind i can get it for 28 brand new in shopto

http://www.shopto.net/page.php?page=dettagli&codart=PS3CO25
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7y, 10m agoPosted 7 years, 10 months agoFeedback:116 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
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Hey mate, I would really recommend you to get a new copy from ShopTo. I got one just few days ago from ShopTo and I must say it's well worth every penny I paid!

I played this version on the PC before purchasing and was quite reluctant to get it for PS3 at 35pounds until this price drop came about.

Honestly, you can't compare it with the PC version. I can't deny the fact that controls are harder on the PS3 but hey, everyone's in the same boat! So it's really a challenge to master the controls but not impossible. I've already played online multiplayer with random people and you'll be surprised how well some of these people managed to control their units as if they were using a PC! Frankly speaking, I enjoy playing on the PS3 more than the PC..I don't know why!

The units are well balanced and bear in mind that you can only have max 50 offensive units. In a way I think it's good as it stops people from spamming units rather than planning out a strategy. I didn't have much problems with the limit though. Perhaps using a PS3 controller makes you concentrate more on which units you should train rather than just massively clicking on units (which you can do easily with a PC).

Really, don't be put off by the controls. It does take some effort and time to get use to it. However, once you've mastered it, you'll be surprised how enjoyable the game is especially for the online multiplayer skirmish mode.

You'll certainly enjoy the graphics (though mine seem kinda pixelated, probably due to my monitor not supporting 720p). Disregard bad reviews from people who constantly complain on no mouse and keyboard support. I personally feel that PS3's gameplay for RA3 is so different from a PC that you can't compare them just by the game platform itself.

28pounds for this game is a steal. Replayability is high. (I'm kinda disappointed with ShopTo as they sent me an unsealed copy with some scratch marks on the box, it's a new game and I was expecting a sealed copy. It was my first order with them in fact! The disc and booklet are fine though. Saw a small sticker saying a bundled copy or something.)

Add me on PSN (edmundsiew) if you'd like some team/vs games. :)

Cheers.

Edmund
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Btw, Cex buys PS3 Red Alert 3 for 25pounds.

From ShopTo, you buy it at 28pounds and get a 3pounds off code for your next purchase. So I guess you'll be paying ShopTo 25pounds indirectly for the game?
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edz87
Hey mate, I would really recommend you to get a new copy from ShopTo. I got one just few days ago from ShopTo and I must say it's well worth every penny I paid!

I played this version on the PC before purchasing and was quite reluctant to get it for PS3 at 35pounds until this price drop came about.

Honestly, you can't compare it with the PC version. I can't deny the fact that controls are harder on the PS3 but hey, everyone's in the same boat! So it's really a challenge to master the controls but not impossible. I've already played online multiplayer with random people and you'll be surprised how well some of these people managed to control their units as if they were using a PC! Frankly speaking, I enjoy playing on the PS3 more than the PC..I don't know why!

The units are well balanced and bear in mind that you can only have max 50 offensive units. In a way I think it's good as it stops people from spamming units rather than planning out a strategy. I didn't have much problems with the limit though. Perhaps using a PS3 controller makes you concentrate more on which units you should train rather than just massively clicking on units (which you can do easily with a PC).

Really, don't be put off by the controls. It does take some effort and time to get use to it. However, once you've mastered it, you'll be surprised how enjoyable the game is especially for the online multiplayer skirmish mode.

You'll certainly enjoy the graphics (though mine seem kinda pixelated, probably due to my monitor not supporting 720p). Disregard bad reviews from people who constantly complain on no mouse and keyboard support. I personally feel that PS3's gameplay for RA3 is so different from a PC that you can't compare them just by the game platform itself.

28pounds for this game is a steal. Replayability is high. (I'm kinda disappointed with ShopTo as they sent me an unsealed copy with some scratch marks on the box, it's a new game and I was expecting a sealed copy. It was my first order with them in fact! The disc and booklet are fine though. Saw a small sticker saying a bundled copy or something.)

Add me on PSN (edmundsiew) if you'd like some team/vs games. :)

Cheers.

Edmund


Haha yea i have the pc and xbox 360 versions, but wanted the ps3 version to get the extra maps thats why i dont want to pay over the top money for it as ive allready completed it on pc and xbox.

My username on ps3 is pedrodj41 ill add you on it later and hopefully buy it soon as payday next week :)

edz87
Btw, Cex buys PS3 Red Alert 3 for 25pounds.

From ShopTo, you buy it at 28pounds and get a 3pounds off code for your next purchase. So I guess you'll be paying ShopTo 25pounds indirectly for the game?


i wouldnt be selling it anytime soon so that sale price wouldnt be the same for me haha thanks for the info though.

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