It is sometimes cheaper to pre-order on Steam, but occasionally publishers will do exclusive deals with certain 'bricks-and-mortar' retailers which allows them to sell it a lot cheaper than Steam can (although this happens the other way round occasionally too).
You usually get it before the release date and the game you pre ordered gets special packaging with exclusive content. You are able to get more exclusive content if you pre order a special or limited edition. When you pre order a game you usually put down a deposit and the game is reserved for you. What thsi means is that you are guaranteed a copy of the game day 1
Sure you can cancel the game that you ordered
Order is the meaning of what you do when somthing has already come out and preorder is the opposite when you preorder a game for ex gamestop you get it before it comes out
you pre order Nintendo dsi
No but they say if you do preorder it you get the jirachi thing and more features in the game
No Steam does not do refunds. There is an exception. If you pre-order a game and want that pre-ordered game to be refunded, then it can be refunded as long as it is refunded before the game is released.
It all depends on how you are buying the game. If you are buying it through Valve Software's steam client, then you type in the name of the game in the search box and you hit pre order. If you are buying it at a gamestop or retail store, then you will need to go up to the desk in the game department and order it there.
No you will have to manually install it however on some popular releases there will sometimes be a pre-load allowing you to download the game before it's release
You are charged when you first buy the game.
dude really obviously 59.99 plus tax or maybe cheaper if u pre order and if u do pre order you get the back to karkand expansion pack HECKS YEA!! XD
you go to Gamestop, Best Buy, etc. and ask to pre-order the game. -_-
Pre-order halo 4 because its much cheaper.
If the game is release, you cant pre-order. You can ask a store to save you a copy.
Pre order it
It does not cost anything additional to pre-order a game. Most stores will allow you to put a minimum of $5 down the day you pre-order, which goes toward the total cost of the game when you pick it up later. You're then able to pick the game up on the date of release without worry that they'll run out of copies before you get there.
To pre-order a video game is to order it before it is actually released.