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Posted: Sep 1st 2011 10:43AM (Unverified) said

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I checked the walmart and best buy site. Neither thad this bundle listed yet. Is it definitely coming out today?

Posted: Sep 1st 2011 10:54AM (Unverified) said

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Gamestop has it listed as releasing 9/6/2011

Posted: Sep 1st 2011 11:21AM Trippin said

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Still waiting for the version with a DIY Revell tank included

Posted: Sep 1st 2011 11:47AM Space Cobra said

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I think all stores have the same bundle, but gonna check and see.

Look forward to buying and trying.

Posted: Sep 1st 2011 12:35PM blix2006 said

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does the scaling still suck bad where you have to spend a ton of real money to repair the best tanks

Posted: Sep 1st 2011 12:55PM (Unverified) said

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@blix2006

real money? as in real world money? if so the no its never used that. you make credits for killing tanks and u repair with that money
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Posted: Sep 1st 2011 1:11PM hereafter said

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I've had pretty good fun with this game, what little I've played of it. You can play and contribute without paying, which is nice. Not that I wouldn't enjoy the perks, it's just nice when a game doesn't shove it down your throat too much.

It's like an FPS in slow motion, but somehow that's still really compelling.

Posted: Sep 1st 2011 2:58PM TtD Scoop said

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Any game that requires you to pay to party is an instant lose. I don't care that you can play w. two people without paying. How can this be an MMO when you have to pay to get that first M?

Posted: Sep 1st 2011 2:58PM TtD Scoop said

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@TtD Scoop er... F2P MMO that is...
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Posted: Sep 1st 2011 4:43PM Unit 23 said

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@TtD Scoop
you can make a 2 man platoon for free, you need premium for a 3 man platoon.
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Posted: Sep 1st 2011 7:33PM Graill440 said

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If its free to play why are they charging 20 bucks plus tax?


Bahahahahahahah...oop, *trips*

Posted: Sep 1st 2011 9:11PM SpencerRuler said

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@Graill440 Because it's free to play.
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Posted: Sep 2nd 2011 12:52AM RedWolf said

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@Graill440

For providing a physical copy?
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Posted: Sep 1st 2011 11:27PM Budukahn said

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A week's premium access? I don't know this game, but wouldn't this by like a subscriber account in Lotro, Age of Conan or Everquest 2? I.e. something that usually comes in 30 day chunks with a new purchase?

I just don't know if this is a good deal or not, that's what I'm trying to fathom out.

Posted: Sep 2nd 2011 12:49AM RedWolf said

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@Budukahn

This is a great deal.

One week of premium costs 1250 gold (or 583 gold/week if you buy a month)

The T2 Light tank is worth another 750 gold.

1,050,000 credits would cost 2625 gold (although you wouldn't normally spend gold to get credits).

Then there is another 1800 gold included.

So you are getting 6425 gold's worth and the game on a disc for $20.

In comparison 6500 gold with cost you $30 USD.
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Posted: Sep 2nd 2011 12:55AM RedWolf said

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@Budukahn

In fact, they pretty much tell youthis:

"Wargaming.net is proud to announce that World of Tanks is now available in retail stores across North America. The retail box -- priced at $19.99 -- contains a World of Tanks game DVD, as well as a number of in-game perks for making the purchase. In total, players who choose to purchase the retail version of World of Tanks will receive a $30 value."

http://game.worldoftanks.com/news/notifications/world-of-tanks-now-available-in-retail-stores
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Posted: Sep 2nd 2011 2:21AM RedWolf said

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@RedWolf

Sigh, forgot another 300 gold for an extra tank slot (comes with T2)
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