A few years ago, Bobby Kotic confirmed that Call Of Duty : Modern Warfare 2 would break the £50 RRP barrier, now this outraged many many fans of the game however it seems that its going to happen with FIFA 12.
No EA dont start going down that route, guess ill just wait untill it comes down in price then
I don't get why your all complaining. RRP means basically nothing to us. Have you ever seen a game sell for its RRP. Think you'll find the answer is no. Fifa 11's RRP was 49.99 - 55 is hardly any different. And you will still be able to pick it up between 30-40 on release day. Source: http://www.amazon.co.uk/Ele...
a annual game and overpriced? sure EA, sure...
Doesn't matter anyway, stores always have deals which put FIFA games at about £25 on the release date
oh wow such a trusted source as well. wait a second. not a single fucking source.
err its RRP, go check GAME or GAMESTOP
maybe you should check it http://www.game.co.uk/Games...
Lol I love the search terms! Edit: But surely you just proved his point!
doubt it mw2 on release in UK in Morrisons supermarket was £25 and fifa at tesco was £32
Yeah Asda do good deals as well. I'm not sure I'm going to get 12 yet. I really decide when I play the demos.
i will always get it because im football mad and my friends play alot online on fifa so midnight launch for me
I always stay a year behind with Fifa games so I can pick them up for £5, I don't care if the teams are not fully up to date.
this is crap , i noticed fifa 12 is £44.95 off uk site shopto which is usually dirt cheap , devs are getting way too greedy
I've found a brilliant cheat on manager mode in 11. It is called the "buy Alexadre Pato exploit". As the catchphrase of EA Sports goes "get the F**K out of my building".
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