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Thank you Slitherine and Matrix - 4/12/2011 2:07:06 AM   
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Finally got the game via the Slitherine discount coupon included in the newsletter. The price ($20) is now just right for me who initially stayed in the sidelines. Thanks.

I'm now going though the tutorial and I love the look and the feel of the game. Looking forward to play the campaign!


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RE: Thank you Slitherine and Matrix - 4/12/2011 9:12:11 AM   
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Seconded. I am having the same experience. This is great stuff!

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RE: Thank you Slitherine and Matrix - 4/15/2011 11:53:24 PM   
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Thirded.


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RE: Thank you Slitherine and Matrix - 9/23/2011 10:25:17 AM   
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I can't help but feel that Matrix would actually increase their business by lowering the price of their games.

And these spambots are a nuisance, every forum seems to be full of them.


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RE: Thank you Slitherine and Matrix - 9/24/2011 6:52:27 PM   
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I can't help but feel that Matrix would actually increase their business by lowering the price of their games.



I agree. Even though I ended up buying Hannibal at full price, I think the game would benefit from a price reduction. Of the many Matrix games I think look interesting, I've only bought very few. Maybe there is some sort of ideological opposition to lowering prices here, as it makes no sense to refuse to consider a price reduction for a years old game.

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RE: Thank you Slitherine and Matrix - 11/2/2011 3:43:17 PM   
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This game is worth $70 IMHO. Look - this sort of thing appeals to more mature gamers who presumably are somewhat better off than the typical Battlefield 3 player.

I just want these guys to stay in business. SO you're right in one sense: It'd be interesting to see if they could actually make more by charging a bit less.

I know one thing: Anyone who plays this game once will be hooked forever. A real classic.


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I can't help but feel that Matrix would actually increase their business by lowering the price of their games.



I agree. Even though I ended up buying Hannibal at full price, I think the game would benefit from a price reduction. Of the many Matrix games I think look interesting, I've only bought very few. Maybe there is some sort of ideological opposition to lowering prices here, as it makes no sense to refuse to consider a price reduction for a years old game.



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RE: Thank you Slitherine and Matrix - 11/8/2011 9:57:59 PM   
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I have bought this game after I have read very positive reviews about the game design and AI in other forums and I'm more  amazed about the work done after I have played the game 2 days full.  congratulations I hope  future games will be in the horizon with  more assertive map but with the same excellent design of rules and the AI.


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