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Marvel vs Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds (PS3) - £19.99 Delivered @ Game (+ Double Reward Points)
Marvel vs Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds (PS3) - £19.99 Delivered @ Game (+ Double Reward Points)

Marvel vs Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds (PS3) - £19.99 Delivered @ Game (+ Double Reward Points)

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Was £22.98 yesterday now £19.99

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Today only, good price for a good game.

Great price for this heat added

Good price for now. I sure it will be £14.99 in a few weeks. I might pick up a copy then.

For now amazing price. Heat added.

Whats going on @game ,gamestation etc.

Hot from me but wouldn't pay over £15 for a fighting game.

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ANTLOOB

Whats going on @game ,gamestation etc.



easter sales i believe plus a bonus getaway from a long and boring royal wedding broadcast

match`d @gamestation again

Very nice. Shame I sold my 360 last week X)

Anyone know if this price is instore as well? Got some old games to trade in so might pick this up at the same time.

Yep, this is going sub-£15 before long. Seems a bit counter productive to strip out features and sell them as DLC, if the price of the game drops so much within weeks.

Simpson9976

Anyone know if this price is instore as well? Got some old games to trade … Anyone know if this price is instore as well? Got some old games to trade in so might pick this up at the same time.


Highly unlikely.

Great game and great price, voted hot

flamingcarrot

Yep, this is going sub-£15 before long. Seems a bit counter productive to … Yep, this is going sub-£15 before long. Seems a bit counter productive to strip out features and sell them as DLC, if the price of the game drops so much within weeks.



yeah i think they got their strategy wrong with this, i think they were hoping people will buy the special editions with the codes to unlock the characters (which they cocked up). They really should have considered the US special editions (unlock code and comic) rather then just the steelcase or comic edition for the European consumers.
Love this game but still haven't purchased the 2 additional characters.
Great collection if you are a fighting game fan.

Kirajai

yeah i think they got their strategy wrong with this, i think they were … yeah i think they got their strategy wrong with this, i think they were hoping people will buy the special editions with the codes to unlock the characters (which they cocked up). They really should have considered the US special editions (unlock code and comic) rather then just the steelcase or comic edition for the European consumers. Love this game but still haven't purchased the 2 additional characters.Great collection if you are a fighting game fan.



agreed, this move Capcom keeps pulling ('Vs.' mode on RE5 - i think) where content is already on the disc isn't good business from a customers perspective, at least with SSF4:AE they are going to have to introduce the new characters as proper DLC (unless they re-release the game on disc)

still, i bought it though (for this price) lol

heat added

This game had potential. Sequels should ALWAYS be bigger and better. So why have less characters???!! It's not as if we waited years for this game. Capcom really cocked up with this one. A unfinished game that capcom needs to sort out either with a larger dlc or start from scratch.
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