Fallout 3 street date broken, finally!

So it might not be as big a score as getting your hands on LBP a few weeks early, but if you happen to have the afternoon off work and would like to start your post apocalyptic journey sooner (today) rather than later (tomorrow), it might be less hassle than expected. 

Although the official release date is hard coded at 31/10/08, lucky reader Mark has managed to get his hands on his copy today. Although they didn’t have stock on shelves, JB Kedron were happy enough to hand a copy over – I guess the massive embargo, as one JB staff member put it, hasn’t convinced everyone.

EB Games, staying true to their formula have declined to sell the game early or at a reasonable price, and are asking $119 as apose to JB’s $89.

Gametraders Chermside (and assumably other stores) have the game in stock and on shelves today, also priced at $89.

So there you have it, if anyone needs to get a copy a day early you do have options.


2 Responses to “Fallout 3 street date broken, finally!”

  1. 1 Mikki Stone
    October 30, 2008 at 12:36 PM

    They’re selling it at my local (Adelaide, SA) EB Games store. Standard Edition only. Too bad for me who ordered the collectors edition…

  2. October 30, 2008 at 12:50 PM

    Yeah, I went through the same CE preorder problems with trying to get GTAIV before street date.

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