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Siren: Blood Curse UK BRD Version - $27.50 SHIPPED


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#31 ferant316

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Posted 20 April 2009 - 03:59 AM

This is great! Thanks! I've been wanting this game and didn't want to download it to my hard drive (I like owning the disc so my friends can borrow it AND it doesn't take up space on my hard drive).

I threw Singstar Pop Party Edition for PS3 in there as well, since it was only £18.99 shipped, which is awesome for a game that isn't even announced in the US yet (and fully compatible with the US PS3 Singstars)!


What was the shipping on Siren? I'll add it to the OP so people have a more known site to order from if they choose.

#32 hwong3

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Posted 20 April 2009 - 04:06 AM

What was the shipping on Siren? I'll add it to the OP so people have a more known site to order from if they choose.


It was a measly £1.00 shipping per item. Awesome! So that's £16.83 + £1.00 shipping total for Siren.

#33 optimusprime8062

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Posted 20 April 2009 - 04:08 AM

Just read it, even though it's not too much, censorship is still censorship and I don't support it one bit. :shame:


Fuck censorship!

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#34 spoderman

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Posted 20 April 2009 - 04:11 AM

Yea, dunno why but it's bad this generation. Out of probably 500-1,000 games in the last 2 gens I had maybe 10 games I bought new that were floaters, so far this gen I have had MGS4:LE, Folklore, FEAR, Dead Space, and now Siren on Playstation 3 and Tomb Raider Underworld, Far Cry 2, Halo 3: CE, Infinite Undiscovery all loose discs just so far.


Shouldn't you be able to tell if it's a floater without opening it first just by shaking it a bit? If so, you should be able to return it, but might have to pay shipping.. If you've already opened it, at least it's a bluray disc and not a DVD/CD, bluray have great scratch protection.

#35 Monroeski

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Posted 20 April 2009 - 04:45 AM

Ordered. Let's hope this works out, I missed out on last Summer's expanses of episodic horror gaming due to not wanting to put out the cost, but this charge is much more reasonable.

#36 ferant316

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Posted 20 April 2009 - 06:39 AM

It was a measly £1.00 shipping per item. Awesome! So that's £16.83 + £1.00 shipping total for Siren.


Awesome, thanks for the info. I saw that back in March but they were out of stock, hopefully it stays in this time.

Shouldn't you be able to tell if it's a floater without opening it first just by shaking it a bit? If so, you should be able to return it, but might have to pay shipping.. If you've already opened it, at least it's a bluray disc and not a DVD/CD, bluray have great scratch protection.



Yea, blurays I don't really worry about. Some of the 360 ones I've been worried about, exchanged TR:U for a none floater but that was a pain (only one left was $41.98 at target I paid $14.98 they wanted me to pay the difference) and Halo 3 was fine. Infinite and Far Cry 2 may be a problem, Infinite Undiscovery was VERY cheap on eBay, if it's scratched I'll deal with it. Far Cry 2 I may take back to swap with any of the other 30 on clearance, though the first 5 all were and I was being rushed by the girl.

#37 sotc1988

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Posted 27 April 2009 - 10:06 PM

I know it's dumb to bump this topic but I just got mine today after about a week of waiting. I live in California so from the UK, that's pretty fast.

#38 opterasis

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Posted 28 April 2009 - 01:48 AM

Mine came today.
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http://www.points2sh...p?ref=opterasis

What I've gotten free from points2shop *updated* 1/16/12!
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#39 UberNinjaz

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Posted 28 April 2009 - 01:58 AM

Just a heads up. The game is fun to play but a bit short. But the story is really stupid imo. I was disappointed when it was done with. Just something to think about for those of you thinking about buying it.

When you find out you can bash Shibito in the head 3 times with anything you have then just run for it + repeat if necessary, it not only becomes NOT fun but also boring as shit & completely scare-free.

#40 Monroeski

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Posted 29 April 2009 - 12:17 AM

Ordered on the 19th, got the game today. Haven't opened it yet, but doesn't sound like a floater or anything.

Aside from no tracking number, can't really argue with the service.

#41 n64ra

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Posted 07 May 2009 - 07:21 PM

just ordered

#42 sh@d0w

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Posted 16 May 2009 - 04:33 PM

Hi just want to know if the extra content can be played on the US PS3, I know the game is region free but the BDMV which is the extra content of the disc is most likely UK locked.

Can anyone confirm this?

#43 sotc1988

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Posted 16 May 2009 - 06:28 PM

If you are referring to the documentary, then no it is not region locked. Nor is anything else on the disc as far as I can tell from completing the game and collecting every single thing.

#44 sh@d0w

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Posted 16 May 2009 - 08:30 PM

Thanks, glad to know it isn't, will be buying the UK version BD instead of downloading at PSN.

#45 shoe478

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Posted 21 May 2009 - 10:56 AM

Anyone else get this crap from MyMemory?

Dear Mr XXXXXXXXXXX:

Thank you for your order with us.

Due to increased security for online orders, we ask for proof of address to be sent to us before we can dispatch your order.

This is a standard request on high value or first time international orders, to protect us and our customers from fraud.

Please forward a copy of your bank statement or a utility bill by email to info@mymemory.co.uk or alternatively by fax to +44 8700 941039.

Unfortunately we require this information within 7 days of request, after that time the order will be automatically cancelled and a full refund issued.

Thank you for your understanding in this matter and please accept our sincere apologies for any inconvenience.


Best Regards
Helen Durkin


I paid with Paypal. There is no way they are getting me to send either item to them. I told them so in an e-mail. I also said feel free to refund the money and they will be losing a customer at the same time.

#46 bojay1997

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Posted 21 May 2009 - 04:27 PM

Anyone else get this crap from MyMemory?

Dear Mr XXXXXXXXXXX:

Thank you for your order with us.

Due to increased security for online orders, we ask for proof of address to be sent to us before we can dispatch your order.

This is a standard request on high value or first time international orders, to protect us and our customers from fraud.

Please forward a copy of your bank statement or a utility bill by email to info@mymemory.co.uk or alternatively by fax to +44 8700 941039.

Unfortunately we require this information within 7 days of request, after that time the order will be automatically cancelled and a full refund issued.

Thank you for your understanding in this matter and please accept our sincere apologies for any inconvenience.


Best Regards
Helen Durkin


I paid with Paypal. There is no way they are getting me to send either item to them. I told them so in an e-mail. I also said feel free to refund the money and they will be losing a customer at the same time.


Those are big time fraud red flags. If they need to confirm your address with Paypal, all they have to do is click on the transaction detail and your address will be there. Similarly if you pay via credit card, all they need to do is call their credit card processor and they can confirm details like your zip code and phone number.

#47 n64ra

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Posted 21 May 2009 - 04:47 PM

I got my copy earlier this week. It was from MyMemory. No request to verify my address, but I paid by credit card. That email does look quite shaddy, but that email address is theirs.

#48 Byakurai

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Posted 05 June 2009 - 05:30 PM

Finally got my copy today. It sucks that the disc is loose and just floating around in the case :P

#49 AxelVanHorn

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Posted 09 September 2009 - 01:32 PM

Anyone else get this crap from MyMemory?

Dear Mr XXXXXXXXXXX:

Thank you for your order with us.

Due to increased security for online orders, we ask for proof of address to be sent to us before we can dispatch your order.

This is a standard request on high value or first time international orders, to protect us and our customers from fraud.

Please forward a copy of your bank statement or a utility bill by email to info@mymemory.co.uk or alternatively by fax to +44 8700 941039.

Unfortunately we require this information within 7 days of request, after that time the order will be automatically cancelled and a full refund issued.

Thank you for your understanding in this matter and please accept our sincere apologies for any inconvenience.


Best Regards
Helen Durkin


I paid with Paypal. There is no way they are getting me to send either item to them. I told them so in an e-mail. I also said feel free to refund the money and they will be losing a customer at the same time.


They Did the same to me Today!!!

Unbelivable.

I use PayPal just to NOT SHARE any personal information and they go ask for it.

I have spend many 000$ online, this is a the first time this happens!!!Gross!!!