Normally, we don't cover PC games, but this is too amusing to pass up. For whatever reason (glitch, prank), GameStop sells a digital copy of Rogue Trooper for $2,350. John Artest (RunDLC)
Wow that's messed up
You can't even trade in games for it. What would that be? 79 copies of Halo Reach?
more like a 100 since gamestop will rip you off and then sell them for $55 each
that price sounds about right
Was this game any good? Always wanted to pick it up on the cheap....but this is ridiculous. I wonder if the transaction would go thru!
There's a Wii version out and it goes for significantly less than that.:P
Ah yes....the Wii version is def more my speed. hahaha
Gamestop dun goof'd?
They're leaving it up there because there's bound to be somebody stupid enough to buy it without thinking it's a mistake.
That was a good game in 2006.
LOL I still have a copy of this game and I will sell it for the low low price of $1,000 or 1 miiilliooon dollars.
for anyone interested i have the wii version its pretty good, and I only charge $2,000
What a deal!
Wow, so you guys report on web site glitches now? Keep up the good work, Run DLC. First a story about small tits and now web site mistakes. Quality work, folks.
"Normally, we don't cover PC games" That's like a world news station saying, normally we don't cover America but barack obama just crapped his pants.... what a [email protected] stupid trash site you have....... I got assassians creed 2, splinter cell conviction and the new prince of persia for $3 total off ubishop.....what did you pay on console butt pirate?? >>> $200 if you bought them at launch.... normally i don't socialize with lesser mammals, but your idiotic statement needed to be pointed out. you suck....
Your comment is so ignorant it actually hurt my brain to read it. Just because a website doesn't cover PC games it makes it a "[email protected] stupid trash site"? Please, grow up. You're acting like a ten-year-old PC fanboy.
I took a screen shot so all may remember this massive fail, lol. http://i986.photobucket.com...
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