Brothers in Arms: Hells Highway Gets Massive Price Drop

Gaming Front: "Having only been on store shelves for a month, Ebgames/Gamestop have dropped the price from $59.99 to a staggering $29.99. For those who were on the fence, now would be the perfect time to pick this up."

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TheHater4054d ago

Resistance 2 is all the FPS I need this year, and for the next 5+ months.

RPG Guy4054d ago

And with the ultimate FPS experience coming in February, who the hell needs Brothers in Arms?

PoSTedUP4054d ago

look like another game in my collection : )

MvmntInGrn4054d ago

wow I liked the demo, it was alright. I may pick this up once I 100% R2. Good game for January, February will be all KZ2.

n4gzz4054d ago (Edited 4054d ago )

Even You play 5 hrs a day , 7 days a week you won't able to get 100% on R2 by Jan. You may get about 50%.

Austin_SJ4054d ago

So PS3 has outsold all the other main concsoles combined in Japan hey?
I haven't seen any fanboys in a while, I guess they've decided correctly that all machines have their merits.

Fishy Fingers4054d ago (Edited 4054d ago )

Wow, they must be having difficulting selling it. Personally I wasn't that impressed by the demo and even at this low price I think I'll still give it a miss. To many great games around at the moment.

~Off Topic~ I have started a forum post about the possibility of N4G introducing IP banning, please if you have time go and add your opinion/feelings to the thread. Thanks.

Smellslikepie4054d ago

In my opinion, IP Banning isn't viable. Not all ISPs allow their customers to keep the same IP all the time without paying an extra charge; thus, the banning of the IP would only be a temporary solution and would negatively affect potential users of the website who get that IP address later on. Also, for those who created and use an account on school or university computers it then punishes other users for the misdeeds of that one person. Which is unfair, no matter how you look at it.

A much better way would be to allow the users of the website to have more authority on who is banned. Let's say, for example, that JohnSmith1209741 has been reported 10 times in the last five hours. This would then trigger a timed, rather than permanent ban which, if the user wanted to, could be queried with the site's moderators and administrators to avoid abuse of the system.

I'm being incredibly vague here, but hopefully you get what I mean.

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