Directly contradicting that no one cares about Conan.
Off in the United Kingdom this week, two pallets of copies of Age of Conan have gone missing. While gamers generally consider such things of little value, perhaps thieves can be a better barometer of value than consumers. Thieves certainly wouldn't bother with stealing something - especially in such volume - if it had no value.
Two pallets of games went missing from the back of a lorry some time between 10pm on Tuesday, October 28, and 7am on Wednesday. With an RRP of £39.99 each, we make that out as £159,960 worth of goods. Ouch.
Police are calling for witnesses, reports Telegraph & Argus, but maybe they should look on eBay, or at Stratford computer fair in east London.
Those numbers translate to more than $300,000 in value.
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