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59 minutes ago, Lidless Eye said:

That S&H seems absurd compared to similar projects.


I recall CMON shipping in anther KS had gone up significantly as well. Might be a new standard for them.


Interested until I saw it wasn't affiliated with Red & it was CMoN. Easy pass.

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2 hours ago, Lidless Eye said:

That S&H seems absurd compared to similar projects.


Other projects still have to pay shipping, and I'm bet their costs are being subsidized. And, anyone who's pledge for Blacklist Game's Fantasy Series I can tell you what happens if you underestimate shipping. CMON has subsidized in the past as well, but CMON's always the first plasticrack KS to jack up the shipping et al. price. Then others follow. While it's understandable, such as VAT and current shipping issues (which are more than the containers, btw), the problem is that CMON does this unannounced after the funding ends and the 14-day full refund window is over.


That said, plasticrack is still a luxury item, and even CyberPunk 2077 fans aren't all excited over the SG's (since many of them aren't even encountered unless you find and play all the side quests). With CMON, $1 pledgers get the same prices and SG's as those who fund during the campaign. If CP2077 isn't a must-have, you may be able to pick up the game retail on sale. 

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This being CMON, shipping will probably be even higher in the end ... they will tell you in the pledge manager, after you can no longer get a 100% refund. I have come to pledging only a dollar for such projects and waiting for the pledge manager to see the real shipping costs. Needles to say, I have skipped a lot of projects since then because shipping plus VAT (on pledge and ON shipping) makes most projects simply not worth the money.

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