"your "stuff" sounds great,havoc. the only
problem with what you say is that i "do" plan
on getting at least 2 copies of this title at
a point when it is available in the u.s. like
many other u.s. folks that are wanting to get
a copy of this from telegames usa or some other such lynx vendor here.i would not exactly say that classifies me or others as
"non-customers" here in my country."
Have you ordered this game yet? No? Surely that makes you a "non-customer" all around the planet...
"how can you speak on this anyway,havoc,you
have not even known about this title until
you saw my post on this(your own words above)
Well, chris_lynx1989, perhaps I've been dealing with similarly stupid complaints from non-customers like you for longer than I care to explain here. But that's just a wild guess.
"yes,i "do" know about the lynx being a niche
market and all too. i was working behind the
scenes to help get at least 2 new lynx titles
to market last year,and this year as well. so
i know there is little profit in shelling out
a chunk of money in my coutry($5000 u.s.)at
last count for each title. could be more too.
true costs were not on the table yet,just a
few estimates. the small amount of profit is
not generally worth the hea...."
Perhaps this untrustworty European's English is not good enough or something, but I really don't know what you're trying to say here. Do you mean Duranik would have to pay $5000 to have their game sold through an American dealer?! That's about as close to insanity as it gets.