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Steam purchase badly needs a price adjustment
Doom 3 bfg edition is currently advertised for sale via steam at £19.99 here in the UK but i just bought the box version from the local game shop brand new, wich is just a boxed dvd with a steam license, for only £4.99 yesterday. A check with the video games pricing chart shows that £4.99 is around the current going rate for this game brand new so where do steam get their pricing from? In other words its a quarter of the price to buy the box set from a shop compaired to buying the exact same thing via steam itself... Am i missing something here? It looks like steam need to badly lower the price for this game, by a good amount as well.
Date Posted: Jun 14 @ 7:39am