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lastSKYsamurai says:

Australian Readers: Gears Of War 2 Limited Edition

// Submitted @ 6:06 AM on 10.26.2008


GoW 2, I always planed to buy it sooner or later. Though recently, things changed & I havenít bought a new game for 3 or 4 months, with the exception of GH:WT. "of cause"

Then moments ago, I just watched the "Last Day" Gears of War 2 trailer over at IGN.

- IGN version is better.....

Then I thought, "screw this! I'm buying this game!" That trailer changed everything. It's such a good video in-fact, that I opted for the Limited Edition version. Ya! Making of Doco! Ergh,......I mean, Gold Lancer. : )

....So to the point though. Over At Cheap Games Australia, "worst & best name ever." You can get the Limited Edition for a cheap $99! AU.


Shamelessly taken & edited from VG Cats.

Note. Final Price is Rather, $111.80 after Tax & shipping. & Regular Edition is also just $84.95!

So, Get your ass over there & Pre-Order People! Unless you know of somewhere cheaper, retail or online.

One last thing to note. Yes some box arts are the NTSC, but after looking at their Terms & Conditions....

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Product Quality Guarantee
All of our products are 100 % Australian, absolutely nothing is imported. This means that all Console products are in PAL format. All release dates are in relation to the Australian release and are accurate to the best of our knowledge. These dates are updated regularly to keep you informed.

So best of luck, I hope this helps some poor bugger.

Tim, lastSKYsamurai.
Australia.
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