Dave2 wrote:Game Gear, eh?
Go on then, where do you store your stash of AA batteries?
I don't think I ever used it with batteries for any length of time. I had a pug next to my bed that I used when I was at home and an adapter for the car.
Dr4goN wrote:xms wrote:Too expensive? £20 too expensive?
Yes. 20 "quids" in Polish zloties equals 120 zloties.aoanla wrote:I only have any sympathy with them in two circumstances: if the game is very hard to find in the shops, and yet is still regarded as payware by its publisher; if the game is extremely derivative crap, in which case, arguably, it's not worth the money you'd have to pay for it.
I agree in 100%. But that's why I did it. I'm saying that I was unable to buy Darwinia even that its release date in Europe was 20th March. Plus it was very creepy game, as far for Introversion. But now I don't have Darwinia on my case or on my hard drive. I know, it was folly of me that I did it. But this game is far too crappy and far too expensive for me. I understand those 249 zloties I paid for Quake 4, but why should I pay 120 zloties for so low-end game like this?
Stewsburntmonkey wrote:I don't think I ever used it with batteries for any length of time. I had a pug next to my bed that I used when I was at home and an adapter for the car.
da_zeg wrote:Nintendo, on the other hand, were money robbing bastards, suing lots of websites for containing NES and SNES roms. They made a quick buck out of old rope.
xander wrote:If you can afford to pay for a computer and Quake 4, then you can afford to pay for Darwinia. I don't care if you are using dollars, or pounds, or zloties, or rubles. Your constant reference to cost and zloties seems to be a bit of red herring. You have obviously found a way to pay for other things that you care about, including things that cost a hell of a lot more than Darwinia. Stop whining about the f***ing cost. No one here cares.
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