Here's a story.
I went to Gamestop today to talk to them about an offer of Rock Band. When they tell me, the offer is no longer available, since the game is already out. I was all *%*%%! It's been released 2 days early right? Since even the game alone was there. I told 'em I wanted a copy, then they said, no good, it's all sold out, and even the people who pre-ordered haven't been fully reparted (the quantity of the bundles was too little) So they told me that I may have to wait till Jan. or Feb.!
I figured I couldn't wait that much so I'm going to buy GH3 for the 360 later today, and probably Rock Band(game alone) in Christmas... though I'll have to wait till Feb. so that they sell the drums separately... But I guess I would be winning then, why?
Rock Band bundle- $180 + tax= $190-200 aprox.
GH3 bundle- $100 + tax= $110aprox.
Rock Band game only- $60
If I buy GH3 first, RB alone and the drums, it would be $240, I would be paying the ammount of RB + only $40 for GH3. I would be saving $20 since I was going to buy GH3 anyway, and I'm not interested in singing :P
Is it a good logic? Post your thoughts.
Also, 2 weeks ago my friend sold his Halo 3 regular edition copy and he received $40, then today I was going to sell my Limited Edition copy and they told me they would give me about $25... -_- damn cheap *****