Seems like the only people that will pay $60 for this game will be those who buy it from steam (since it's less than $50 everywhere else)Maybe that was the condition of the publisher for allowing it to be sold on Steam, a higher price.

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Might have to pick up a second PC copy then (already pre-ordered from the much cheaper Gamers Gate).

Seems like the only people that will pay $60 for this game will be those who buy it from steam (since it's less than $50 everywhere else)sounds cool!

Might have to pick up a second PC copy then (already pre-ordered from the much cheaper Gamers Gate).

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