I didn't even end up bothering...not worth the trouble.
When got to my Old Navy I was number 28. The only had 30 copies. I wanted a Wii copy and they went quick. By the time they got to me all that was left was PS3. Got that one, went to Target when they opened up at 5 and exchanged it for a Wii one. So i was well worth it. Love the game!
I happened to go to the Old Navy there at Riverdale and Winchester about 1:55am where only 10 people were in line and sat in my car til about 2:25. The moment I saw someone else get out of there car, me and my friend got out of our car and then the masses exited theirs.
I think we were 12-13th in line. I felt pretty good about everything. Got my 360 copy, she got her Wii copy.
"Change is not a destination just as hope is not a strategy."
The thread says "not available in Quebec" that's bull****...I hate living in a speratist province.
I never thought a game would be able to inspire the formation of a real band or strengthen friendships. Thank you Harmonix, for making Rock Band.
Arrived at 10 pm, there were already two other people waiting in their cars. I was the first to make a break for the door. 1st in line! Waited FIVE HOURS, but got my copy. It was a pretty frosty night, but I think I'm enjoying the game more because I "worked" for it. Will export after trophy whoring for a while.
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Newfoundland here. Promotion started 7am this morning. Got there around 6:30am, about 10 people ahead of me. I'd say they had about 15-20 copies for each console. Got mine no problem, plus a load of gifts
I went a little after 11, when some other people came they were like "we were here first" and I was like "You weren't in line, get behind me" One of them called me an ass. The rest of them were cool though. I got my Xbox copy, they all grabbed a wii copy. I feel sorry for those behind me that didn't get it because a family decided to be piggish and take 6 copies.
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