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Brink £20 instore at Morrisons xbox360 and ps3
Brink £20 instore at Morrisons xbox360 and ps3

Brink £20 instore at Morrisons xbox360 and ps3

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Brink, £20 instore at Morrisons.

Good game, and great value at twenty quid.

Seen in Guisborough branch. I'm guessing nationwide.

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This was £23 in my Asda yesterday! Homefront was £20 though

Original Poster

Can't believe I put Asda in the title and Morrisons in the description. Silly - but fortunately spotted it within a minute!
Before posting this I searched for it, and saw someone posted the Asda deal, which is why it was in my head I guess!

Bought it when it first came out. Even £20 seems too much for it. Rubbish game.

Original Poster

Each to their own. I enjoyed it apart from the absolutely horrendous lag - which has since been sorted.

Seem to recall reading a while back that there'll be free dlc for it soon, but haven't heard anything since. Anyone heard anything on that?

Late

Each to their own. I enjoyed it apart from the absolutely horrendous lag … Each to their own. I enjoyed it apart from the absolutely horrendous lag - which has since been sorted.Seem to recall reading a while back that there'll be free dlc for it soon, but haven't heard anything since. Anyone heard anything on that?



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It was prices at £34.99 earlier in Wellingborough, I only know this as I was comparing with the Sainsburys price of £24.99

Caskey

Bought it when it first came out. Even £20 seems too much for it. … Bought it when it first came out. Even £20 seems too much for it. Rubbish game.



A terrible game! As you say £20 is far too much for this!

it just goes to show how much profit retailers make on games compared to when this game was released.

if something sells well, they'll keep the price up, if it doesn't they start discounting it to get it off the shelves.

I wish everyone in the UK don't pre-order or buy gow3, mw3 and bf3, so that way, a week later we can get it for £25 minimum.

power to the panther!

Majnu - Jun 18, 2011 15:49it just goes to show how much profit retailers … Majnu - Jun 18, 2011 15:49it just goes to show how much profit retailers make on games compared to when this game was released. if something sells well, they'll keep the price up, if it doesn't they start discounting it to get it off the shelves.I wish everyone in the UK don't pre-order or buy gow3, mw3 and bf3, so that way, a week later we can get it for £25 minimum.power to the panther!

Whats worth what you pay for it, if you think like that you would never buy anything i guess

Definitely nationwide, seen one at Bilston with 20 on it and at least 3 copies at the Walsall branch.

OldEnglish

Whats worth what you pay for it, if you think like that you would never … Whats worth what you pay for it, if you think like that you would never buy anything i guess



People are just used to going with the flow, just like the inflated prices on petrol. We need a "Pay No Poll Tax" kind of revolution in the gaming World. lol

as previously stated - great price for this right now....but its terrible.
i personally bought it for £24 in game and traded it the next day(£25 trade in credit)

LulzSec said that they had hundreds of thousands of them user accounts.

Got this from lovefilm yesterday.... already in the post back to them, rubbish game. Mind you I have just built a decent gaming pc of so I'm kind of spoilt at the moment.

Majnu

it just goes to show how much profit retailers make on games compared to … it just goes to show how much profit retailers make on games compared to when this game was released. if something sells well, they'll keep the price up, if it doesn't they start discounting it to get it off the shelves.I wish everyone in the UK don't pre-order or buy gow3, mw3 and bf3, so that way, a week later we can get it for £25 minimum.power to the panther!


They are bought for about £28 - 35, they are making a loss on these to clear space.

Call of Duty games are usually sold to retailers for about £37- £39.

Had the game on release and it was traded within the same week. It's a shame as the concept was great. Such potential wasted!

heat added...for being a fellow Boro fan!

Fundacion

heat added...for being a fellow Boro fan!



+1

heat reduced...for being a Boro fan!

Original Poster

Jack-L92

heat reduced...for being a Boro fan!


lol
Will be popping down Eland Road in Aug, fingers crossed. Will be nice for your boys to see some real football...



(Yeah, right. I know we're gonna get tonked - but such is the life of a Boro fan... )

HOT Payed £25 for mine couple of weeks ago.

This game for me is a true example of disappointment.

Was really looking forward to it but bad reviews and sluggish looking gameplay called for a rental. Thank goodness I didn't pre-order which I was really close to a while back. Just something about it I don't like.. really disappointing.

Late

Each to their own. I enjoyed it apart from the absolutely horrendous lag … Each to their own. I enjoyed it apart from the absolutely horrendous lag - which has since been sorted.



No .. the lag has not been sorted, the patch made it marginaly better, its still **** poor ... even at £10 i would save your money. This games netcode is unsuitable for client hosting , they should have gone for dedicated servers. Epic fail tbh

SuperSambo

They are bought for about £28 - 35, they are making a loss on these to … They are bought for about £28 - 35, they are making a loss on these to clear space.Call of Duty games are usually sold to retailers for about £37- £39.



and you are speaking from experience or out your ass?

golfer2007

and you are speaking from experience or out your ass?



That's a load of bull. Indie retailers such as gamestation pay between £20 and £30 per game (I know cod last year was £28 for them) - supermarkets buy in bulk so can get them even cheaper.
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