I have no idea how I might find a proxy to do that and I don't know anyone in the US.
I'm refusing to buy the inflated price Entrenchment because the bits have to travel accross the Atlantic. Whatever the excuses may be, it's injust and a shame because I was able to buy Sins at the same price as Americans could.
For the same reason I refuse to buy stuff from direct2drive.co.uk because they are rip off prices, I'd rather order from play.com and wait a few days.
I was a huge Swat game fan but I refused to buy the vegas installment because I couldn't buy the digital download version which worked out cheaper than English "localised" versions. The excuse is because of publishing deals but we are living in an age of global markets and it's about time us Brits stopped getting shafted when we should be able to buy games digitally. If games companies don't wise up to the 21st century then I'll keep buying from the games companies that already have.
@Annatar11 "I understand why it has to be this way of course"
It doesn't have to be this way, I can think of several cases where it isn't and it's something Stardock should have thought about before making such deals. It's not like it's all Kalypso's fault, Stardock is seeing some of the profits of this rip off in the price Kalypso paid for the distribution rights.
Where is the line in the Gamer's Bill of Rights that says "Gamer's should not have to pay more for digital purchases for no damn reason", I guess that bill of rights is only designed for the Americans.