Would you pay $220 for a game today? A story about digital vs physical, marketing tricks, and video game prices.
First reaction is it's too expensive but I'd say it would depend on what's offered
Seriously, who ever buys a Collector's Edition fot any annualized franchise is stupid and rightly deserve to be scammed with overpriced poo!
I would not pay $220 for that lol. Doesn't look like its worth anywhere near that
For the game itself and what is being offered in the collectors edition? Yes. Too expensive.
There was a time when we said the DLC was too expensive. Not to worry, the masses will purchase it anyways thereby confirming to the corporations that their pricing structure is viable and the once inflated price will become standard.
It depends on the quality of the statue
Yes. Most collector editions are too expensive. Especially when the thing that's relevant most of the time is a statue lol.
Yea this should be no more then $150 but i still wouldnt buy it at that price. Nothing really appeals to me besides the steelbook case.
If that is how the statue actually looks, then no it's not too expensive. Statues can become pretty pricey.
At that price I may as well save up for another console
Why would anybody pay that amount for an extra statue of some random black guy?
What most of you uneducated folk don't realize is the statue. If you're a collector of statues then this is a deal. Usually a statue by itself is $200+. Here you get the game and a steel book case. The other stuff is crap.
All Depends on who you are asking ..........
LMMFAO... I'd pick it up when this stuff inevitably sits and goes on sale!
It depends on the person and what they find to be of true value; the collector's edition of Mirror's Edge Catalyst is $200, but I'm a huge Mirror's Edge fan and that's worth it to me. It's certainly more expensive than other collector's editions that offered more content, but we are talking about EA, after all.
£180 of my monies gone got it pre ordered
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