on 25-04-2012 05:03 PM
I noticed today that all the games in the God Of War saga have been discounted.
Considering that I bought the first collection from the PSN less than a week ago I feel honestly a bit angry, since the price has been cut of nearly £10.
I am an happy user of a PS3 and a PSVita, but honestly after this experience I feel very disillusioned about the whole affair of buying games digitally.
Anybody had the same kind of issue?
on 25-04-2012 09:21 PM
just bad timing unfortunately dude,
happens all the time ,i remember when i first bought the playstation back in 1996/97 (i think),for the full rrp price which was around £200-£250 mark,if i`d waited 1 week i would have saved myself around £100 due to its price drop,
it just happens,sometimes you get the bargains at the right time sometimes you dont
26-04-2012 11:37 AM - edited 26-04-2012 11:39 AM
Its the same with anything in the world and prices continually fall after time! Its just Sods Law! (or in this case God of Law)
My PS3 dropped the week after I bought it. All the games I have bought for PS3 are now lower then what I originally paid. Duh! My trainers etc etc. Oh my TV as well for that matter. I could keep going on and on..
All that matters at the end of the day is. Was the price you paid worth it? Well yes, else you wouldn't have paid it.
on 26-04-2012 12:59 PM
Sorry man but when you buy a game at a non discounted price you are always taking a chance that in the near future it could be reduced. I wouldn't blame digital downloads the same thing happens in the shops.
A few friends of mine bought DriverF for full price then 2 weeks later it was in the same shop for half price.
As someone said it happens with everything. If you wait long enough it will get another price drop and prob at some time if you are a plus member you will get it for nothing.
on 26-04-2012 04:15 PM
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