Attention all of you Canadian PS3 owners! If you purchase Haze when it comes out sometime this year at a EBGames Canada, you'll be able to return it and get the full value of the game back in store credit. The only thing you have to do is pre-purchase Haze. Once you've picked up the game, you'll be able to return it for full credit so long as your bring it back within seven days of the pickup date. If you try to return it after the seven days, you'll only get whatever the normal trade in credit would be.
The storyline should clock in around eight hours or so and the rest of the week can be spent playing the multiplayer. After that, you can use the credit to buy something else for the PS3. Of course, the PS3 hasn't been getting that many original titles or exclusive games so turning Haze around within a week might not be that great of an idea.
Unless you plan on doing what Editor-in-Chief Nick Chester does by playing the PS3 version of the game and then playing the same game for the 360 just for the achievements. Oh look at me, I'm Nick Chester, companies send me multiple versions of games all the time!" You disgust me ... please don't fire me.
[Thanks to electro lemon and lawl!]
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