Gearoid Reidy of bioniccommando.com writes: "Finally! It gives us great pleasure to officially announce that Bionic Commando Rearmed will launch worldwide from next week. Here are those all-important dates and prices: "
surprised figured this one would be 1200 ms points as well. MS really f'd up on that.
Cool, I'll pick up that and Pixel Junk Eden next week.
I'm assuming that the game is cheaper on PSN... is it? I doubt you would be complaining if the game cost the same in both platform.. because uhhh.... the developer named the price... by the way the game will cost 800 ms points...
i was actually comparing the price with Braid which is a cool game but should have been priced 800.
first Ikaruga - 800 points then geometry wars 2 - 800 points next BRAID - 1200 points now Bionic Commando Rearmed - 800 points and after that castle crasher - 800 points in total: 4400 points This is getting expansive. I hope BCR and Castle crasher turn out to be at least as good as the other 3 games mentioned above
PlayStation Network Japan – August 13th (￥1,200) North America – August 14 (US$9.99) Europe – TBC :::Thumbs down::: It's great living in Europe!!
Thats it, Im moving to Japan!
the cost of living in JPN is higher ;) can't wait to get this game. i remember having this game for the NES.
@Rama26285 "Europe – TBC :::Thumbs down::: It's great living in Europe!! " Yep... Sony just "loves" Europe
Why the hell is the PC version more expensive? About 50% more expensive then the Xbox360 and PS3 version. Xbox Live Arcade 800 Microsoft Points (about $9.99) PlayStation Network ($9.99) PC ($14.99)
awesome, i still have my original NES cartridge of this game. Can't wait to play it again with the graphical overhaul. I hope you still get to shot robot hitler in the face with a rocket launcher :)
i might get it at 800, MS seems to have been raising their prices on something that doesnt cost any gas to ship, shame on them...at least this one isnt 1200 points.
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