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Yeah, altough I dont really like paying for items I don't really want, even if I could sell them later. It's a matter of principles. :)

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I wish I could go in for this - love Hellboy, and there is a whole lot of minis in this that I could find a use for - maybe even to play the game! ::D:

 

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The digital vouchers for the Hellboy Collection & the $20 voucher for Darkhorse online comics have just been sent

and fortunately the site is having a 50% off sale with the voucher code LABORDAY

not certain how long it will last so if you want to get more value from your credit use it quick

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7 hours ago, paintybeard said:

Somewhat aggrieved to see this is already being advertised by Wayland Games at a heavily discounted price.

 

Don't be aggrieved.  Isn't that just the regular retail edition without all the Kickstarter extras?

 

See 1:20 in the video for the difference.

 

Cheers.

 

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11 minutes ago, Carnacki the Ghost Finder said:

 

Don't be aggrieved.  Isn't that just the regular retail edition without all the Kickstarter extras?

 

See 1:20 in the video for the difference.

 

Cheers.

 

 

You're right, Carnacki. And as I was weak-willed enough to go in for all the extras I have little to moan about. Especially as it will be a couple of months before I get home and even open the box for these.

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14 hours ago, paintybeard said:

Somewhat aggrieved to see this is already being advertised by Wayland Games at a heavily discounted price.


Also, they can take pre-orders whenever they feel it.  They are nice enough to have a countdown (just sixty something days to go!).

But pre-orders aren''t any indication that the retailer will get the game first or anything.  I've seen pre-orders go up before the store knew for sure what the MSRP would be (they just guess, and then discount that). 

I've even seen some pre-orders (still up) for items that have been cancelled.

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In general, the base game will sell on sale at half or so the price of the KS plus shipping. I've seen this more often with CMON games.

 

 

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14 hours ago, ced1106 said:

In general, the base game will sell on sale at half or so the price of the KS plus shipping. I've seen this more often with CMON games.

 

 

 

 

If we're using CMON as the example, the Kickstarter base pledge can be had for $300 or so.

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