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In a Store Early
I was at my local Best Buy today, and I found copies of this and Imagine with Me. They are scheduled for release this following tuesday, so I guess the store released them early by mistake. I didn't buy either today, but plan to tomorrow, and I was wondering, assuming that the store doesn't sell out of them tomorrow (or if the store doesn't realsie their error), should I make a listing of what's included, or should I wait until the official release date? --Minor muppetz 02:24, 6 March 2008 (UTC)
- Well, I got copies of both today. I added info on what's included, though I didn't post CD-rom contents yet (I just briefly glanced at the CD-roms). I think the "in development" tags should tstay until the official release day. --Minor muppetz 20:08, 6 March 2008 (UTC)
- Actually, for the record, Michael, I'd say no. Whenever an item is actually physically in stores, even if some stores have it in advance of others, then the tag should be removed, since obviously the item is no longer in development, and no further change or cancellation is likely. Also, stores don't release things early "by mistake," so while they could have advance copies, it's more likely that the retail date on Amazon was pushed ahead but not announced; I saw some copies of Imagine with Me in stores last Thursday. I'll do some calling around local stores here, but in the meantime, I'm removing the specific day, as well as the development tags, on both entries. -- Andrew Leal (talk) 06:26, 7 March 2008 (UTC)