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MadWorld (Nintendo Wii) - £17.89 Delivered @ Sendit
MadWorld (Nintendo Wii) - £17.89 Delivered @ Sendit

MadWorld (Nintendo Wii) - £17.89 Delivered @ Sendit

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I know it's only 10p cheaper than the Gamestation deal, but it's still cheaper and it's also a good idea to post incase the Gamestation deal becomes unavailable...

This seems a great price for a game that was only released at the end of last month!!

Set in a stylish, monochromatic black and white world, Madworld is a game that mixes the look of graphic novels with fully realised, next-gen environments. Varrigan City is where the game takes place. It's a city that has been seized by terrorists and turned into their own sporting arena; where "kill or be killed" is the only rule. Welcome to Death Watch.... As players battle enemies they must master the use of various weapons and items found within their environment, such as a chainsaws and street signs, and compete in minigames designed to push the players over the edge. With its irreverent humor and over-the-top violence Madworld delivers a visceral gaming experience that will be an instant classic on the Wii.

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I'd suggest getting it from gameplay for £17.99 as you get 9% cashback using quidco

Tempted... But if all these AAA games get discounted after a month of release, I fear that developers won't bother making these types of games for the Wii any more

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solid;4889750

Tempted... But if all these AAA games get discounted after a month of … Tempted... But if all these AAA games get discounted after a month of release, I fear that developers won't bother making these types of games for the Wii any more



Realistically, I'd say it's only the retailer's profit that is cut. If you buy one for £30, there's not really any reason why the game makers will get more...

Does it matter who's profit is cut? If the retailer's profit is cut, then I doubt they buy similar games in the future. The developer won't get any interest or money, and the gamers lose out.

I am torn between the bargain and the game!

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solid;4893175

Does it matter who's profit is cut? If the retailer's profit is cut, then … Does it matter who's profit is cut? If the retailer's profit is cut, then I doubt they buy similar games in the future. The developer won't get any interest or money, and the gamers lose out.



Some retailers choose to take a cut in profits in order to sell more. Sell at a smaller margin, but sell more because it's a bargain... make the same profits as anywhere else... or even more.

OK, you convinced me! :-)

Sendit appear to be the only ones still selling Madworld for less than £20.

Now £24.89 =(
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