I like it, but...

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I like it, but...

Postby Santiago92 » 26 May 2008, 05:22

Hi. I tried Tennis Elbow Manager and I like it, but if you have the demo version you can't continue playing at the end of the 2nd season or when anyone of your recruited players is in the top 20. You have to get the full version to continue playing, so I don't like it.

For us, southamerican people, it's hard to get the full version of Tennis Elbow or Tennis Elbow Manager, because it's too expensive for us.

In Argentina, for example, before 2002 it was 1 dollar = 1 peso, but after that moment it's 1 dolar = around 3 pesos.

So now, it's 24.95 dollars = 78,05 pesos for argentinian people :shock:

I suggest that retire when played 3 years or being number #1 after 5 weeks...
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Postby Santiago92 » 31 May 2008, 17:04

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Postby manutoo » 02 Jun 2008, 11:07

Hello,

no sorry, I won't do any change in the trial limitations, I have to incite people to buy the game if I want to have a chance to earn enough money for the hard work I put in the game...
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Postby Curtis » 02 Jun 2008, 17:57

Santiago 92,

This game actually has the most generous demo time of any sports management simulation I have tried. The American football game had no demo at all, the European futbol games were limited to two hours or less of actual play, and the Baseball game was limited to seven months in the game.

I am sorry that you have a bad break on your price. For most games either the dollar or the Euro price will be the least expensive and all others must suffer. I know that customers who must pay in Pounds sterling are at a disadvantage when purchasing the baseball game.

Is there a way you could set up a PayPal account or route your order through a different country, so that you could take advantage of their currency?
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Postby Santiago92 » 13 Jun 2008, 20:39

Yes Curtis, 2 years is enogh time in "Tennis Elbow Manager time", but if you reach the top 20 in demo version, you can't continue playing...

Manutoo, if the game is cheaper in Argentina, there'll be a lot of persons more who will want to buy it, but if we have to pay $80 for it... you know.
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Postby Guest » 13 Jun 2008, 23:33

Please someone give him/her a break. 80 dollars is alot of money. He could buy a PS2 and like 4 tennis game for the price of that here.
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Postby manutoo » 14 Jun 2008, 05:38

Guest, Santiago92 said 80 Argentinian Dollars, which is around USD27, while a new PS2 costs around USD130...

>> if the game is cheaper in Argentina
>> there'll be a lot of persons more who will want to buy it

yes, a lot of people would _want_ to buy, but almost no one would buy it anyway, this is the sad truth coz it's quite hard for most poor people to buy the game, coz they don't have international credit/debit card...
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