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Submitted by SteveQuinn 752d ago | news

1st Ever GAMING Pre-Order Comparison Website Launches

Cranberry Publishing has today announced the launch of a revolutionary new pre-order comparison website, PreOrder-IQ.com. The new service offers comparisons on upcoming games including the various platforms (if applicable) and compares the prices of pre-orders. It then shows you the digital and physical incentives for the pre-order. It is the world's first all-in-one comparison site for gamers ensuring that they can get exactly what they want for the price they want when it comes to guaranteeing day one access to future releases. (3DS, Industry, PC, PS Vita, PS3, Wii, Wii U, Xbox 360)

sdozzo  +   752d ago
Nice idea. Implementation will be key.
NukaCola  +   752d ago
It drives me up a wall when stores get exclusive preorder deals. Especially in the end if the DLC doesn't make it's way to everyone.
fei-hung  +   752d ago
The site has barely any games loaded into it apart from those that are mentioned in their articles.

Tried to search for God of War and Metal Gear Rising and it had nothing on them.

I think the site has been launched prematurely which is a bad thing as people who try it now and don't see it working may not bother to return.
CranberryPub  +   752d ago
Cranberry Publishing here. We're currently working hard on adding every game we possibly can on the basis of what titles people are interested in the most.

Part of the current Beta launch is deciphering that demand and going from there.

Thanks for checking out our site fei-hung, if you go to PreOrder-IQ.com now you'll see that God of War Ascension is on there and I'm currently added Metal Gear Rising to the database as well.

We appreciate all and any feedback and we'll do what we can in regards to making our database bigger and better. There are tons of great games coming out during the first few months of the year and we want to add all of them, it's just going to take some time.

Now on to adding Metal Gear Rising to our growing list of games...
fei-hung  +   752d ago
Your awesome response has converted me!

May I also suggest you keep an eye on offers on the like of psn and xbl, especially with ps+ getting discounts which sometime are awesome.

I would also recommend you get Game.co.uk on your side and maybe get some money or freebies from them. They often offer double reward points on pre-orders. All they need to do is email you and you can update.

If I think of anything told I shall inbox you :)
Y_5150  +   752d ago
This is exactly the kind of website I wanted for some time now. I hope it gets better and more popular!

btw I notice some (or alot) of this years games that's not listed for this site. I think this site will work well for someone who is wondering what the preoders for their favorite upcoming game would have.

Please add The Last of Us, GTA 5, Gow: Ascension, Naruto Storm 3. If those games has any pre-order bonuses of course.

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