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Windows Origins Summer Sale

Discussion in 'Gaming' started by will_123, 17 Aug 2011.

  1. will_123

    will_123 Small childs brain in a big body

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    Yes hold me back with offers like Fifa 11 for £7.50 and Fifa manager....? or why dont you try £24.99 for Battlefield BC 2. Can safely say the only thing origin will be used for on my PC is BF3!
     
  2. Sketchee

    Sketchee Suddenly, looters! Hundreds of 'em!

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    EA. You're doing it wrong.
     
  3. srgtherasta

    srgtherasta Member

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    Yep seen there large pile of fail sale, I don't think they understand the word sale.
     
  4. Jedra

    Jedra Supermodel

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    Ah, but when they have managed to make Origin the *only* place to buy their games, they probably won't even bother having sales!
     
  5. outlawaol

    outlawaol Geeked since 1982

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    They just got steam envy. That is after seeing the huge pile of cash it generated, but EA has seen failure and likes it - apparently ??:confused:
     
  6. SMIFFYDUDE

    SMIFFYDUDE Supermodders on my D

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    £24.99 for bfbc2 lol, I can't remember how much I spent on it from steam but it was less than £10. Just as well as i've only played 2 hours of it.
     
  7. Digibull

    Digibull Stealth Geek

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    You sure thats not the package which includes all the DLC? I remember seeing on Origin a week ago that BC2 on its own was £19.99 and with all the DLC was £29.99.
     

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