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Discussion in 'Nintendo Wii Gaming' started by WIIMARIO87, Mar 17, 2007.

  1. WIIMARIO87

    WIIMARIO87 WiiChat Member

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    Go to EB Games and you can get Red Steel for only, get this....


    :yikes: $29.99:yikes:

    Just got a copy today!
     
  2. WiiZero

    WiiZero Game Wiizard

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    It's been that way for a while and we know
     
  3. adf3424sdff

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    bloody buggers
     
  4. Wii_Smurf

    Wii_Smurf No.1 Smurf

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    OMG
    How come us UK people ALWAYS get ripped off

    USA RedSteel - $30 - £15
    UK RedSteel - $77 - £40 [Yes thats how much we pay]

    It's so annoying

    Wii

    USA [Wii Price] - $250 - £128
    UK - [Wii Price] - £180 - $350


    WHY!!!!!!!
     
  5. Minto

    Minto You're kidding, right?

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    what r u taking about wii =180 and red stell 40.00
     
  6. Wii_Smurf

    Wii_Smurf No.1 Smurf

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    Thats what I said. Check the Currency please....

    We pay £40 for Redsteal which is $77 in America [But they pay $30]
    And we payed £180 for the Wii which is $350 in America [But they payed $250]

    Please don't tell me whats right and wrong when it's clearly right on there...
     
  7. Immortal

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    You think you get ripped off ? check out Kuwait thats where I live the nintendo wii is like
    200KD thats 693 US
    Each Game is 20KD thats 70 US
    I luckly have friends from the US so I bought it from there
     
  8. sparc

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    I paid £165 for my Wii, John Lewis + £15 off code from the Telegraph news paper or found online.

    and £21.50 for Red Steel which maybe still available at that price. (Rayman same price, bought it too)

    choicesuk.com + best10 at checkout and sign up to quidco.com to get a link to the store.

    Also paid £19.99 for Excite Truck from gamestation last week.

    Zelda: £29.99 at play3k.com (couple of weeks ago may now be bettered)

    salamé to you all.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PTtpawbIPuk
     
  9. DanMan Ds

    DanMan Ds THE NEW GUY

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    can the wii play USA games, cus i will get red steel from there?
     
  10. Farid

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    hahahaha you should see in my country (chile) the wii is $470-500 and the games are $85-95 so i would be glad to pay what you paid for the wii and games ;D
     
  11. setite

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    I as an american only noticed the UK ripoff in passing. Curious that it is with every system. I wonder, is this the case on all other electronic imports? I wonder if your government places some extra tariff on entertainment electronics imported. It would explain the oddly higher prices.
     

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