Never heard of Forge of Freedom before; I was researching AGEOD titles and saw this as a competing Civil War product. Then I saw it has detailed turn-based battles and I'm all 'sold!' That's my kind of game.
Come here and see it's still selling for $50. Now, don't get me wrong, I understand the basic argument: niche product, wargamers expect to pay more, developers don't sell enough copies and have to maximize profits etc. and so on. I paid $80 for War in the East, I have no problem paying more for good wargames.
But this game came out in 2006. Six years ago. You're still selling it at full price? Isn't that kind of, well, delusional?
At $20, I'd have already bought it. At $50, you're just insulting me, and, sorry, no sale.
(For what it's worth, AGEOD's American Civil War sells for $20. They just got the money I was planning to send your way.)
< Message edited by cherryfunk -- 1/20/2012 11:46:41 PM >