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The Sainsbury's Entertainment site seems to be working fine again so...

This link will take you to a search page listing all the Nintendo DS games Sainsbury's Entertainment has in order of cost, starting at £1.99, there are a fair few decent DS games at £3.99. They might make some good stocking fillers

Examples:
Jam Sessions @ £1.99
Mechanic Master @ 3.99
Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Time @ £3.99
Sim City @ £3.99
Glory Days 2 @ £3.99
My Sims Kingdom @ £5.99
Band Hero Bundle @ £6.99

Also see comment #6 below for similar links to deals on Wii, PS3 and 360 games on the site
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#1
Great, have already bought a cheap wii game. Shame but bought Mechanic Master used off ebay couple of weeks ago, good price! Thanks.
#2
Orderded from Sainsbury's Entertainment last week and order is still showing as proccessing. Don't expect any of the items you order in a hurry.
#3
I'm trying to make a similar search queery for the 360 and ps3 but i'm having some trouble. Anyone any advice on how to do it?
#4
thanks but the website is terrible
#5
I ordered my daughters DSI from there and received it the next morning. Just depends what you order.
5 Likes #6
Broken_Hands
I'm trying to make a similar search queery for the 360 and ps3 but i'm having some trouble. Anyone any advice on how to do it?


Here you go 360, PS3 and Wii.
#7
Yeah, the site seems to be a bit wonky at the moment.

The service is provided by the MBL group, which also own Bee.com which have a £5 off anything that costs more than a fiver voucher on at the moment which I think is what's affecting the site. That coupled with the sudden influx of Sainsbury's Entertainment deals is probably what has tipped the site over the edge.

Edited By: rqmusicfan on Dec 07, 2010 23:13
1 Like #8
Huzz
Broken_Hands
I'm trying to make a similar search queery for the 360 and ps3 but i'm having some trouble. Anyone any advice on how to do it?


Here you go 360, PS3 and Wii.


Thanks for that, saved me a job
#9
thanks
#10
ordered the zelda ds lite tin. looks very nice i already have a plain silver one but this is far better for £1.99 - also got the juiced 2 xbox 360 game and going to go back now there is the price linked pages.
#11
Thanks, ordered a pokemon ds game for £3.99
1 Like #12
The search works in the following way, so you should be able to modify any search for any category in the same way:

[url= ]http://www.sainsburysentertainment.co.uk/en/Games/DS/search.html?section=games/ds&t=titleofgame&sort=price[/url] <---- how search would originally look

http://www.sainsburysentertainment.co.uk/en/Games/DS/search.html?section=games/ds&sort=price <---- after removing title of game from the search string, you can now see everything in that category in price order

Edited By: rqmusicfan on Dec 07, 2010 23:54
#13
R4 card = free games
1 Like #14
smithysufc
R4 card = free games


R4 card = illegal

by that logic

shoplifting = free games
#15
Technically, they're not illegal as far as I know. It's the fact that users are not creating their own images of the games, and are playing downloaded / pirated versions. In saying that, nothing is really that clear cut as far as copying / backing up of your stuff, so you never know.
#16
Quietus
Technically, they're not illegal as far as I know. It's the fact that users are not creating their own images of the games, and are playing downloaded / pirated versions. In saying that, nothing is really that clear cut as far as copying / backing up of your stuff, so you never know.


Actually the cards are not allowed to be sold within the UK anymore, but what he was suggesting (downloading the game from online for free - how else would he get it for free) was the part that's always been illegal. So what he was suggesting is definitely illegal.
#17
rqmusicfan - Dec 08, 2010 00:05
smithysufc
R4 card = free games


R4 card = illegal

by that logic

shoplifting = free games


A site where people are obsessed with saving cash this debate was bound to happen at some point! :p
#18
R4 = hard to get hold of at the moment ;-)
#19
Some bargains here, thanks. :)
banned#20
I recently bought an R4i gold card legally. I see them for sale all the time, are they illegal?
#21
whateveryouwant
I recently bought an R4i gold card legally. I see them for sale all the time, are they illegal?
I too would like to know as well??
#22
I've stock piled some of the dsi cards for future use :)
#23
genuinemonkey
whateveryouwant
I recently bought an R4i gold card legally. I see them for sale all the time, are they illegal?

I too would like to know as well??


http://www.mcvuk.com/news/40185/R4-made-illegal-in-UK

http://www.pocket-lint.com/news/34619/uk-renders-r4-cards-illegal

But it's not really the card that will land you in trouble as the consumer, it's what games you put on it and where you get them from that's more likely to get you in trouble - If you're downloading copyrighted games/software you're basically taking the same risk as downloading mp3s. So it's up to you to weigh up the risk, but it's not legal.



Edited By: rqmusicfan on Dec 08, 2010 12:02: additional
banned#24
rqmusicfan
genuinemonkey
whateveryouwant
I recently bought an R4i gold card legally. I see them for sale all the time, are they illegal?
I too would like to know as well??
http://www.mcvuk.com/news/40185/R4-made-illegal-in-UKhttp://www.pocket-lint.com/news/34619/uk-renders-r4-cards-illegalBut it's not really the card that will land you in trouble as the consumer, it's what games you put on it and where you get them from that's more likely to get you in trouble - If you're downloading copyrighted games/software you're basically taking the same risk as downloading mp3s. So it's up to you to weigh up the risk, but it's not legal.


I was gutted, i got my card then found that i couldnt get 'free' games. I know some people can get them still but i do not have enough knowledge to work it out myself .:(

http://www.xpertron.co.uk/-r4i-gold_c808
**The R4i Gold 1.4 continued to enjoy a smooth ride until Sep 2010 when Nintendo released another firmware 1.4.1 / 1.4.2 blocking all the popular flashcarts including R4i Gold & R4i SDHC 1.4. The following cards were somehow unaffected by the DSi firmware 1.4.1: EZ Flash 5i, Hyper R4i & Supercard DSTWO. Among the rest of those affected DSi game cards, the R4i Gold by r4i-gold.eu was the first to release the DSi firmware 1.4.1 fix. The new version of the R4i Gold has a new box with the 1.4.1 clearly labelled on middle of the front. **

I am going to find some one that can explain this to me as it seems you can still get games................I have a problem with my eyes so i am not even going to try and work it out lol



Edited By: whateveryouwant on Dec 09, 2010 11:21: blond
#25
rqmusicfan
Actually the cards are not allowed to be sold within the UK anymore, but what he was suggesting (downloading the game from online for free - how else would he get it for free) was the part that's always been illegal. So what he was suggesting is definitely illegal.
Downloading them has always been illegal. As was the case with many things, taking a dump of the cartridge yourself, either through purchased or engineered tech, was allowed for 'backup' purposes. Of course, this relates to very few people, and 99.9% were just downloading them from the net to play on the cards.
1 Like #26
I ordered 8 games on this offer and they've all been cancelled - not imrpessed!
#27
Squirrel
I ordered 8 games on this offer and they've all been cancelled - not imrpessed!


Same
#28
They cancelled the controllers I ordered too, so it's beginning to look like they were a little too eager to get their entertainment site up and running.

I'm just waiting for Dead Rising to be cancelled, now...:(

Edited By: Quietus on Dec 10, 2010 13:00
#29
Another cancelled order here:

"The item you ordered recently fromSainsbury's Entertainment has been cancelled.This is because the item has unfortunately been deleted by the supplier and is no longer available."

BF
banned#30
I have had emails from Sainsburys cancelling everything i ordered, anyone else?

We're getting in touch to confirm that an item you ordered recently from
Sainsbury's Entertainment has been cancelled.
This is because the item has unfortunately been deleted by the supplier and
is no longer available.

#1 "Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Time"
Game; £3.99




We apologise for any inconvenience caused.
However, we hope to see you again soon.

Kind regards,
The Sainsbury's Entertainment Team



Edited By: whateveryouwant on Dec 10, 2010 13:56: doh
#31
same here,
We're getting in touch to confirm that an item you ordered recently from
Sainsbury's Entertainment has been cancelled.
This is because the item has unfortunately been deleted by the supplier and
is no longer available.

#0 "Sim City"
Game; £3.99

We're getting in touch to confirm that an item you ordered recently from
Sainsbury's Entertainment has been cancelled.
This is because the item has unfortunately been deleted by the supplier and
is no longer available.

#0 "Hamsterz"
Game; £4.99
banned#32
I have been calling the number on the email but no one answers. I am going to do some investigation.

I ordered DS games, did anyone order anything different. I want to find out if the stuff we ordered was from different suppliers.
I ordered Hamsters, Pokemon, Water Horse and mechanic thingyand more. I have just called sainsbury on the freephone number and told them we are not happy. They are going to look into it...........yeah right!
has anyone recieved anything they ordered?
#33
Mine were DS games too - mechanic one, Hamsters, a firefighter one and others - got same cancellation mail about items deleted by supplier. Big disappointment.
#34
Absolutely shocking make sure you leave feedback accordingly here:

http://www.hotukdeals.com/merchant/sainsburys-entertainment/reviews

takes 2 seconds
banned#35
When i called the entertainment department i asked who their suppliers were but they said they didnt know.

Something fishy going on here. Anyone got any ideas?
#36
They cancelled my order for Boom Blox on the Wii and the Zelda DS case too... has anyone successfully ordered anything from them yet?
#37
Had a previous order cancelled as well, it's a joke. :-(
#38
Just got a £5 voucher, at least that's something. Though I'm waiting for what I've just ordered to be cancelled too lol
#39
i ordered 4 games..two was cancelled, one has been posted and one being processed still..plus i have a voucher sent
#40
just to update the last game to arrive is apparantly out of stock and they will email me soon as they know...not holding me breathe...well least i got a game and a book i wanted for total of £3 so not complaining!

the ds games were...1. dogz fashion (still on order..waiting for stock) 2. jam sessions (currently in the hands of royal mail since 15/12)
3.the water horse and 4. jo jo's fashion was cancelled by email with in 48hrs of ordering.

Edited By: hellofreebies on Dec 17, 2010 20:30: updated

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