Video game maker Codemasters thinks $190,000 is a great price point at which to set their upcoming GRID 2 racing game.
Maybe if I had more dollars than sense!
Huh....that SOUNDS like Code"Masters"...but something still seems off here... lol
who the ef do they think they are ? YES I would buy a 190k game, please make it so I can watch you fail
If developers keep charging for dlc the way they have been, I can see at some point people will end up spending that much! But on a serious note, Codemasters games mostly get overlooked, so they should feel lucky to get what they can for them!
well i have more dollars than cents.. *wink wink* lol
+bubs for corny-funniness
If I could spare that kind of money, i'd pay it just to have Metal Gear Online back. Loved that game, almost obsessively.
lol Can I spend more and get it gold plated and encrusted with diamonds?
It comes with a supercar. You are essentially paying $189,940.01 for a supercar and everything that comes with it, not a game in this case. If you are in the market for a road legal race-car, than it seems like a logical purchase.
So you're paying $90,000 for a game?
Errm, lemme just go ahead and fix that..
Lol, +Bubbles for being as specific as possible in your edit.
Actually he forgot taxes :p
@PockyKing: Taxes are different everywhere so they can't be included, which is why I said "as specific as possible."
even if you could buy 100,000 road legal race car what state patrol will allow you to drive it?? there is no autobahn in U.S.
There's no Autobahn in the U.K either. ;) I don't know if something street legal in the U.K would be considered street legal in other countries.
@ ps3freak autobahn highway in europe only place i can think of at the moment.
I know the price is really high but at the end its going to be worth it
its not just the game its a PlayStation 3 on which to play it, an actual 170mph BAC Mono supercar sporting a GRID 2 livery, a day at the BAC factory including a factory tour and time spent with technicians, and a full set of racewear for the driver.
I actually read the article and it includes more than a game. It include the following: "Just announced by the company as the world's most expensive video game, the unique GRID 2: Mono Edition is available for pre-order with a price tag of $190,000. The would-be purchaser would get more than just the game, however, as it also includes a PlayStation 3 on which to play it, an actual 170mph BAC Mono supercar sporting a GRID 2 livery, a day at the BAC factory including a factory tour and time spent with technicians, and a full set of racewear for the driver." Even with all that, no.
I can't afford that price tag
it better suck my cock @4/7, and cook for me, and wash my clothes and clean my house and work for me.
Does it come with all the DLC?
Well I mean it would have to be... no
Sure 190,000.00 dollars is a world setting record for a game with a road legal hypercar.. but I believe the costs' to keep and service the BAC Mono would eventually make a pauper out of you.
Where's my girlfriend gonna sit in that car? On my lap? lol
Well, she'd really be riding you, wouldn't she?
What a misleading title. Read the article people and you will see that a PS3 comes with it.
then when you're bored or done with it Gamestop would gladly give you $20 store credit
LOL! "you must include all contents that came with the game" that would be funny.
I would be more than happy to buy a car at that price if I had that kind of money, but a game, hell no
Yes, yes I would pay that money for a video game, but it would have to be in Monopoly money.
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