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August 18th, 2013, 00:33
Originally Posted by kalniel View Post
In the UK it's priced very reasonably for a new game. If anything it's suspiciously low - a good game would be another 7 more expensive on steam (eg dragon commander).
Its 22.99 here and that is not reasonably priced for an indie title in my book. I paid 21 for Skyrim at release and 24 for DX:HR augmented edition at release - so space hulk is not reasonably priced for me.

One can argue that the GW license is the reason for the high cost - well it is up to them if they want to put people off from their games.

I am currently playing the 1996 version and it rocks - it has all the third edition maps, some other classic maps (from previous editions) in addition to the main campaign maps.
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