From: Nevada, USA
I can get my copy for 14.99, because I was one of the suckers that bought that game when it first came out.
For those of you not familiar with this title, it looks like a WW2 grasnd strategy game, but it is not. It is about leading a country during the time frame of 1936 to '46. It has nothing to do with WW2. Alliances are crazy, wars start anytime, everywhere, the AI is absolutely bonkers, and the combat is qute a bit like Risk. On the positive side, the economic engine is really impressive (why I was convinced to get it), and the UI is very nice.
In May they had a big patch release. I tried to play the thing again (after months of not even looking at it), it was the same crap; war breaking out in '37, crazy alliances/enemies.
There are different start dates which can reduce some of the obsurdities of this game. Too bad that the best part of the game (economics) then becomes academic.
There is another plus to it-it will make you laugh out loud-really. The "ai" can be really entertaining-if you were not expecting a WW2 game.
They should fix their tin edition before releasing a gold edition. THey say it is about "making history"-hog wash. It is too far from realistic scenarios to be of much use for anything serious. It's a kidy game.
20 bucks for a game sounds like a good deal, but in this case, it is doubtfull.