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#1 Jul 15 2012 at 11:03 AM Rating: Decent
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I have searched high and low is the Sacramento area for Age of discovery. Any ideas on where I can buy it? I want to have the disks. I know I can down load it, but I want the disks.
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#3 Jul 15 2012 at 1:10 PM Rating: Decent
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"He's" a she, thank you very much.
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Buy it digitally from the Everquest 2 website. There's no benefit for having the disks.

And if you buy it digitally, you can get it for 66% off if you are crafty.

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Fry's off Northgate/N. Sunrise depending on your location. They will probably have it and if they don't you're SOL but again, why would you want discs?
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Izaboo wrote:
"He's" a she, thank you very much.
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#7 Jul 15 2012 at 9:56 PM Rating: Good
TirithRR wrote:
Buy it digitally from the Everquest 2 website. There's no benefit for having the disks.


He'll be able to reinstall the game once this Internet fad goes away.
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#8 Jul 17 2012 at 10:43 AM Rating: Decent
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Do they even sell it on disks? I have always preferred disk myself because its usually the same cost and feel like I am getting more.
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Do they even sell it on disks? I have always preferred disk myself because its usually the same cost and feel like I am getting more.


That's like saying you're getting more for the same money when you get your fast food to go, because you get to keep the bag.
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#10 Jul 17 2012 at 11:50 AM Rating: Decent
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Bigdaddyjug wrote:
fronglo wrote:
Do they even sell it on disks? I have always preferred disk myself because its usually the same cost and feel like I am getting more.


That's like saying you're getting more for the same money when you get your fast food to go, because you get to keep the bag.


Ehh a box with colorful artwork, a map, dvd's, etc is alot better than a greasy paper bag. And for people with slower connections its nice to be able to install a major chunk of the game with dvd's instead of downloading the whole thing. If they want to force digital downloads on people they should reduce the price as I am sure its alot cheaper to host a download than it is to print boxes, manuals, dvd-roms, etc. In fact a lot of times I have found games on disk cheaper in local stores than places like Steam.

Again is this even available on disk? I don't think it is.


I also noticed this is out of topic I guess this should be in the eq2 forums.
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fronglo wrote:
Bigdaddyjug wrote:
fronglo wrote:
Do they even sell it on disks? I have always preferred disk myself because its usually the same cost and feel like I am getting more.


That's like saying you're getting more for the same money when you get your fast food to go, because you get to keep the bag.


Ehh a box with colorful artwork, a map, dvd's, etc is alot better than a greasy paper bag. And for people with slower connections its nice to be able to install a major chunk of the game with dvd's instead of downloading the whole thing. If they want to force digital downloads on people they should reduce the price as I am sure its alot cheaper to host a download than it is to print boxes, manuals, dvd-roms, etc. In fact a lot of times I have found games on disk cheaper in local stores than places like Steam.

Again is this even available on disk? I don't think it is.


I also noticed this is out of topic I guess this should be in the eq2 forums.


The cost of the physical media is an almost negligible amount of the cost of the game. It's not like a new game costs 60 dollars because it costs them 45 dollars to create the CD/DVD and print a box/manual. The game costs is there to cover development costs. The game costs just as much to develop whether it's distributed digitally or by hard copy.
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