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    Default Another useless bundle?

    I couldn't believe it when Steam popped up DTG's "Great British Railway Journeys", cashing in on Michael Portillo's series.
    But there you go - another way to make a quick dollar or euro or yen.

    https://store.steampowered.com/app/1...lway_Journeys/
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    Like TS itself, a pile of junk.

    Excuse me Bruce what about a quick pound

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    They seem to be trying to beat Auran/N3V for the number of different ways they can repackage and sell the same content.

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    Quote Originally Posted by metalangel View Post
    They seem to be trying to beat Auran/N3V for the number of different ways they can repackage and sell the same content.
    Never beat N3V at that game, they are the masters.

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    Quote Originally Posted by haverfordwest View Post
    Excuse me Bruce what about a quick pound

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    Well, I used three currencies which are in current usage, Mike.
    I believe that the UK still uses the Euro - is that correct?
    Does the Pound Sterling return when Britain once again stands defiant and resolute, facing Europe from across a 22 mile-wide ditch?
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    We never adopted the Euro Bruce, we stayed with sterling.

    As regards this DTG bundle it does seem they are trying the N3V trick of repackaging the same unfixed content and reselling for a quick cash grab.
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    Quote Originally Posted by seagoon View Post
    Well, I used three currencies which are in current usage, Mike.
    I believe that the UK still uses the Euro - is that correct?
    Does the Pound Sterling return when Britain once again stands defiant and resolute, facing Europe from across a 22 mile-wide ditch?
    The UK always resisted the Euro and never gave up Sterling. I wonder if they're go back to the pre-decimal stuff now. I also wonder if all those new railways built with metric distances are going to be put back into Imperial to match up with everything else. None of them French measurements for us, thanks!

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    We are out of scummy europe now Bruce and as Vern said, we never adopted their toy town money.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NorthernWarrior View Post
    We never adopted the Euro Bruce, we stayed with sterling.....
    Aaah! Thanks, Vern.

    Sorry, Mike.
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    Never have to apologise to me Bruce, it's good to talk.

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