thread: 2010-08-13 : IPR and You

On 2010-08-14, Moreno R. wrote:

It's not only the frozen north.  Even here in sunny Italy (underwater Italy, these days...) it's usually LESS expensive ordering direct from a game author than by IPR.

And it's easier and faster to find a rpg with google than searching in IPR's on-line catalog.

The real "plus" of IPR, at the beginning, was the choice of the games they would keep. It was a selection, and did help to choose the games to buy. But these days, being at IPR doesn't say nothing about a game...


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