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    #2
    The value shipped amount is nothing but bullshit marketing and I really wish Acti and Co would stop using it as a measure. It means precisely nothing.

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    #3
    Well they did say they wanted to beat GTA5 world record, to do so would $1billion of CoD sold within a couple of days so yeah they would like to give retailers a pile load

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    cryocore wrote:
    The value shipped amount is nothing but bullshit marketing and I really wish Acti and Co would stop using it as a measure. It means precisely nothing.
    Exactly.

    It's just a count of how many discs they've printed. They will all be sitting in a warehouse, and the retailers would only actually have to pay once the invoice comes in a month later.

    If the retailer doesn't sell them all, they might even send them back.

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    Spacemonkeynzl wrote:
    Exactly.

    It's just a count of how many discs they've printed. They will all be sitting in a warehouse, and the retailers would only actually have to pay once the invoice comes in a month later.

    If the retailer doesn't sell them all, they WILL DEFINITELY send them back.
    FTFY

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    #6
    Should have shipped them all to NZ and claimed US$1.5 billion worth shipped.
    ZING