Fallout 3 GOTY edition?

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  1. Ghost of Swayze

    Ghost of Swayze Ofcourse you mad

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    Im guessing it will cost $60...will the original than drop in price? To $4o maybe?

    I never played fallout, im hoping theres a price drop or is it worth buying the GOTY edition if its $60?
     
  2. Eticket109

    Eticket109 Nibbles, chew through my ball sack. Moderator

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    The original is listed at $40 on Amazon for PS3 or 360. EB has the 360 version for $40 but doesn't seem to be selling the PS3 version online anymore.
     
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    HipHopHead Well-Known Member

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    Def buy the GotY edition for $60. It comes with $50 worth of DLC, which is all pretty good.
     
  4. vicious151

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    is it going to have the extra content on disc or will they provide you with download tokens. I have been searching for this info for a few weeks and have found nan muphukin answers
     
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    I guess I never thought about that but I'm 99.9% sure it'll be on the disc. I mean, why wouldn't it be? It would be worthless for people not hooked up to the net.
     
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    Yeah thats what I was thinking, I got a guy at my job hooked on this game but he doesnt have internet where he lives other than dial up so It would be nice to have the disc instead for the non high speed folk
     

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