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Orlando Neto
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hey there
It's already at pre order with good price.

http://www.miniaturemarket.com/ffgwhq01.html
http://www.coolstuffinc.com/p/218404
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Damn that's cheap.. shame both of their shipping charges are expensive to EU


Although, probably not as bad as Brasil..
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simondtaylor wrote:
Damn that's cheap.. shame both of their shipping charges are expensive to EU


Although, probably not as bad as Brasil..


shipping for us is about U$43 plus cambio rate and 60% taxes... pretty sad.
we have to make a huge buy to worth the costs.
 
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Yeah, my company has an office in Brasil... import tax is awful
 
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Ignore those preorders. The companies add them whenever they want. There is a preorder of the next Game of Thrones book and that one is FAR from being done (think years)
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Nushura wrote:
Ignore those preorders. The companies add them whenever they want. There is a preorder of the next Game of Thrones book and that one is FAR from being done (think years)


Little off topic, but I think Martin said something in one interview recently about finishing book before the next TV show season kicks air in April 2016 (but it was more like his wish, I also don't think it will be out by then).
 
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lulavac wrote:
Nushura wrote:
Ignore those preorders. The companies add them whenever they want. There is a preorder of the next Game of Thrones book and that one is FAR from being done (think years)


Little off topic, but I think Martin said something in one interview recently about finishing book before the next TV show season kicks air in April 2016 (but it was more like his wish, I also don't think it will be out by then).

Yeah, starting to get a bit off-topic, but if the publishing-distribution change of games follows a similar model to how comic books are pre-ordered, retailers generally post pre-orders when they are available for ordering from their distributors. (I mean how else do they know the actual price they can offer to sell an item.) At least for comic books that's generally about 3 months away. Whether the publisher is actually able to deliver on time and anticipate the demand of a game to fulfill orders, however, is a different matter.
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secoAce wrote:
lulavac wrote:
Nushura wrote:
Ignore those preorders. The companies add them whenever they want. There is a preorder of the next Game of Thrones book and that one is FAR from being done (think years)


Little off topic, but I think Martin said something in one interview recently about finishing book before the next TV show season kicks air in April 2016 (but it was more like his wish, I also don't think it will be out by then).

Yeah, starting to get a bit off-topic, but if the publishing-distribution change of games follows a similar model to how comic books are pre-ordered, retailers generally post pre-orders when they are available for ordering from their distributors. (I mean how else do they know the actual price they can offer to sell an item.) At least for comic books that's generally about 3 months away. Whether the publisher is actually able to deliver on time and anticipate the demand of a game to fulfill orders, however, is a different matter.


From what I understand you are correct. They don't randomly place up preorders whenever they'd like, they put them up as soon as the information/listing is available from distributors.

Distributors use preorders numbers to gauge how many they wish to order.

Publishers user distributor numbers to gauge print run numbers.
 
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FYI, CSI is now showing a November release date. I believe it had previously said third quarter, which seemed optimistic.
 
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charlest wrote:
secoAce wrote:
lulavac wrote:
Nushura wrote:
Ignore those preorders. The companies add them whenever they want. There is a preorder of the next Game of Thrones book and that one is FAR from being done (think years)


Little off topic, but I think Martin said something in one interview recently about finishing book before the next TV show season kicks air in April 2016 (but it was more like his wish, I also don't think it will be out by then).

Yeah, starting to get a bit off-topic, but if the publishing-distribution change of games follows a similar model to how comic books are pre-ordered, retailers generally post pre-orders when they are available for ordering from their distributors. (I mean how else do they know the actual price they can offer to sell an item.) At least for comic books that's generally about 3 months away. Whether the publisher is actually able to deliver on time and anticipate the demand of a game to fulfill orders, however, is a different matter.


From what I understand you are correct. They don't randomly place up preorders whenever they'd like, they put them up as soon as the information/listing is available from distributors.

Distributors use preorders numbers to gauge how many they wish to order.

Publishers user distributor numbers to gauge print run numbers.


However, the distributor listings are sometimes arbitrary. Occasionally, a designer gets confused when distributors are taking preorders because they didn't set a release date or price yet. All it takes is an ad or teaser or listing or demo.
 
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