Unless of course waiting 3 months isn't worth $10 to you. Less then a week on the other hand seems pretty insane haha. I bought at full price like 3 days ago thinking "it JUST came out, no way it goes on sale" I now know the error of my ways.would they price match if you haven't downloaded it yet? In today's market it almost never pays to buy without waiting at least 3 months.
I upgraded to gold even though I already had both expansions. Some of the DLC civs are good and I particularly wanted both Babylon and Korea since I often go for science victories. $5 is definitely worth it to upgrade.
So is there any chance that I, someone who hated vanilla Civ 5 more than WindowsME and Master of Orion 3 combined, would enjoy what Civ 5 has become, or should I place another order for specialty toilet paper with the Civ 5 devs faces printed on it?
Yeah...that's what it's from....when I logged in this morning, there was a popup apologizing for the sale, and they gave the civ iv as a means of apology...is that what it's from?
I saw that it was available to download for free, but didn't think much about it.
For people who had pre-ordered at it 10% off not just a week ago. Then it went on sale for, what, 30% off? I guess they figured it was bad policy.What did they apologize for? Ibought the new expansion on sale for $20...
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