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Disney Fantasia Xbox One @Game.co.uk £12.00

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Just saw this deal up on the GAME site. Bought it yesterday instore for £25 (feel a bit gutted) and got a good bit of entertainment from it. Some decent scores considering it's a Kinect dance/compo…
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Just saw this deal up on the GAME site. Bought it yesterday instore for £25 (feel a bit gutted) and got a good bit of entertainment from it.

Some decent scores considering it's a Kinect dance/composer game:
http://www.metacritic.com/game/xbox-one/fantasia-music-evolved

Decent tracks and good fun if you're up for this kind of thing.

First deal posted so hope this works right.
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#1
waste of time & money.. if you want a good entertainment/interactive game for Xmas get Trivial Pursuit Live.
banned#2
I got it mine right now. We'll give it a try! HOT!
1 Like #3
Played the demo and thought it was fantastic. I noticed yesterday that the digital version (yeah, I'm one of *them* guys) has dropped since the demo was released from a ridiculous £49.99 down to £31.99 (plus it includes about £10 of song-remix DLC to sweeten the deal). Its not marked as a sale, so hopefully will be able to catch even cheaper it in the Deals With Gold weekly sales soon.

Really tempted by this price though, good find!
2 Likes #4
Op, buy it from the website, then return the unopened one using the in store receipt for a refund.
1 Like #5
Just bought this for the kids - great deal. HOT!!
#6
Purchased my copy earlier and I also got a download code of Let It Go for the game!

Edited By: supalewigi1 on Dec 25, 2014 12:31: .
#7
Played the demo, thought it great but was waiting for a reduction in sales... £12 is a bargain, and it also includes free 'Let it Go' from frozen too... the ONE piece of dlc I actually wanted!
Thanks a ton, OP...!
#8
Thx... Excellent game
#9
Very good price.
#10
kmogul
Played the demo and thought it was fantastic. I noticed yesterday that the digital version (yeah, I'm one of *them* guys) has dropped since the demo was released from a ridiculous £49.99 down to £31.99 (plus it includes about £10 of song-remix DLC to sweeten the deal). Its not marked as a sale, so hopefully will be able to catch even cheaper it in the Deals With Gold weekly sales soon.

Really tempted by this price though, good find!

I don't really understand how you can compare a £31.99 digital copy to a £12 retail copy...
#11
sm182
kmogul
Played the demo and thought it was fantastic. I noticed yesterday that the digital version (yeah, I'm one of *them* guys) has dropped since the demo was released from a ridiculous £49.99 down to £31.99 (plus it includes about £10 of song-remix DLC to sweeten the deal). Its not marked as a sale, so hopefully will be able to catch even cheaper it in the Deals With Gold weekly sales soon.

Really tempted by this price though, good find!

I don't really understand how you can compare a £31.99 digital copy to a £12 retail copy...

Well, its more like £31.99 compared to about £22 when you add retail copy + the DLC price. Sure, its still a tenner more expensive but with the digital copy I can game share with my neice and newphew, plus i never have to keep track of discs, I prefer to launch everything with voice and its just so... instant.

Have you ever sat down and 'channel surfed' for something to watch and found that something you like and own on dvd has just started, and watched it? I used see my family do that quite often (we had 1000+ dvds). Even though they knew we had the dvd, they wouldnt go and get it, they were already comfy on the sofa and just wanted to sit and watch. I find that, for me, its kinda the same with games.

Dont get me wrong, I am certainly not happy with the extra they charge for digital games, but they do suit me better.
1 Like #12
kmogul
sm182
kmogul
Played the demo and thought it was fantastic. I noticed yesterday that the digital version (yeah, I'm one of *them* guys) has dropped since the demo was released from a ridiculous £49.99 down to £31.99 (plus it includes about £10 of song-remix DLC to sweeten the deal). Its not marked as a sale, so hopefully will be able to catch even cheaper it in the Deals With Gold weekly sales soon.

Really tempted by this price though, good find!

I don't really understand how you can compare a £31.99 digital copy to a £12 retail copy...

Well, its more like £31.99 compared to about £22 when you add retail copy + the DLC price. Sure, its still a tenner more expensive but with the digital copy I can game share with my neice and newphew, plus i never have to keep track of discs, I prefer to launch everything with voice and its just so... instant.

Have you ever sat down and 'channel surfed' for something to watch and found that something you like and own on dvd has just started, and watched it? I used see my family do that quite often (we had 1000+ dvds). Even though they knew we had the dvd, they wouldnt go and get it, they were already comfy on the sofa and just wanted to sit and watch. I find that, for me, its kinda the same with games.

Dont get me wrong, I am certainly not happy with the extra they charge for digital games, but they do suit me better.

The retail version also includes free DLC which kind of goes to show how much of a throwaway some DLC is now. I can't really comment on the DLC you mentioned as I've not got a clue what it contains but I'm going to guess it's not worth £10, expecially if the game can be bought for £12.

Microsoft has said in the past that one of the reasons their games are priced so high compared with retail is because there are people out there that will simply pay any price for the convenience of it, so unless people stop making excuses for them and paying these extortionate prices they will have no reason to ever be competitive with retail.

Just think of this point for one minute, if you remove the entertainment value of these 2 products then you'll see that with retail you still have a tradable commoditiy, with digital you've just burnt your £32. When it comes down to it, it's as simple as that for me.
1 Like #13
When you remove the entertainment value??
What in earth do you think you are buying? If YOU remove the ' entertainment value' from what you bought, you have a pointless silver disc...
Many people don't buy looking at the future, they buy based on whether it does what they want it to do now.
1 Like #14
sm182
kmogul
sm182
kmogul
Played the demo and thought it was fantastic. I noticed yesterday that the digital version (yeah, I'm one of *them* guys) has dropped since the demo was released from a ridiculous £49.99 down to £31.99 (plus it includes about £10 of song-remix DLC to sweeten the deal). Its not marked as a sale, so hopefully will be able to catch even cheaper it in the Deals With Gold weekly sales soon.

Really tempted by this price though, good find!

I don't really understand how you can compare a £31.99 digital copy to a £12 retail copy...

Well, its more like £31.99 compared to about £22 when you add retail copy + the DLC price. Sure, its still a tenner more expensive but with the digital copy I can game share with my neice and newphew, plus i never have to keep track of discs, I prefer to launch everything with voice and its just so... instant.

Have you ever sat down and 'channel surfed' for something to watch and found that something you like and own on dvd has just started, and watched it? I used see my family do that quite often (we had 1000+ dvds). Even though they knew we had the dvd, they wouldnt go and get it, they were already comfy on the sofa and just wanted to sit and watch. I find that, for me, its kinda the same with games.

Dont get me wrong, I am certainly not happy with the extra they charge for digital games, but they do suit me better.

The retail version also includes free DLC which kind of goes to show how much of a throwaway some DLC is now. I can't really comment on the DLC you mentioned as I've not got a clue what it contains but I'm going to guess it's not worth £10, expecially if the game can be bought for £12.

Microsoft has said in the past that one of the reasons their games are priced so high compared with retail is because there are people out there that will simply pay any price for the convenience of it, so unless people stop making excuses for them and paying these extortionate prices they will have no reason to ever be competitive with retail.

Just think of this point for one minute, if you remove the entertainment value of these 2 products then you'll see that with retail you still have a tradable commoditiy, with digital you've just burnt your £32. When it comes down to it, it's as simple as that for me.

I didn't realise the retail version also came with some DLC, that is interesting as I thought that was for pre-orders only. The DLC that is included in the digital bundle is what they call 'expansion packs', which are additional remixes of the tracks that you get with the game. Should these have just been included with the game? probably. And you are right, they probably aren't worth £10, but that's how much I would have to pay for them so thats why I included them in the price at £10.

As for paying for convenience of digital distribution, yeah, it kinda sucks, but I think the argument is much more complex than that. But at least its moving in the right direction (albeit very slowly)... Fantasia was £50 when it launched, so £32 at a non-sale price is a significant drop. Same with some other titles, something like Soul Suspect which has dropped at retail (for various reasons) is also now £32 digitally (again, non-sale). Lets also remember that although Microsoft may have justified digital pricing many years ago by talking about the digital convenience factor, this year they said they were aware of the issues regarding pricing and they said that its 'on the agenda'.

As for 'tradeable commodity', you nailed it on the head when you said 'its as simple as that for me'... for many digital users, game sharing is far more valuable than the trade value after playing, so its as simple as that for them, too. And I have friends who pay more for certain phones now because the user experience on them is so much better - they could have a cheaper phone that still makes calls and browses the net but they think that paying £xx amount more for what they deem a better user experience is worth the extra cost for them - same for them digital gamers like me who like being able to launch whatever game I like from the comfort of my fave spot on the sofa, its as simple as that for me.

I certainly dont expect everybody to look at digital distribution in the same way that I do. I can understand why I am still in the minority here, and I can respect that for some people, for them digital will *never* be the way forward, and thats fine because as I (hopefully) demonstrated above both groups see *value* differently with regards to the distribution models. I dont think that its fair to say to a digital buyer 'youve just burnt your £32' just because a retail copy can be sold on, in the same way its not fair for a digital buyer to say to you 'lolz, you have to use a disc? like one of them physical round things from 1980s? lolz!!' or 'wow, what a hassle, constantly swapping discs, keeping them safe, blah blah'.

Anyway hukdealers, if this sounded like a rant, then im sorry, it wasn't meant too when I started typing. I really would like to know what DLC people get with the physcial copy though, if someone wouldnt mind replying...
1 Like #15
Bargain. I wanted this game after playing the demo but the price was a bit steep. Can't argue now!
#16
bilbob
When you remove the entertainment value??
What in earth do you think you are buying? If YOU remove the ' entertainment value' from what you bought, you have a pointless silver disc...
Many people don't buy looking at the future, they buy based on whether it does what they want it to do now.

You've kind of ignored what I wrote afterwards and missed the point I was making...

Also you get "Fantasia Music Evolved Xbox One Bonus Track - Let It Go - Demi Lovato (Xbox One Download)" emailed to you.

Edited By: sm182 on Dec 26, 2014 18:02
#17
Do you get the bonus Let It Go track if you buy in store, or is this online only?
#18
DivideByZero
Do you get the bonus Let It Go track if you buy in store, or is this online only?
I didn't when I bought it instore. I'm guessing people are referring to buying it online since they mention the code was emailed to them.
#19
I bought on line anyways, but thanks.

Reading the small print, it did hint towards this being online only (which is daft IMO).
#20
Contemplated getting it digitally, then realised that I will get bored of it in a few months and I suspect I can trade it in for pretty much this price then so perfect deal! Let it go coming with it is the icing on the cake :p
1 Like #21
ALSO INSTORE AT THIS PRICE!!! Bought another one today for a friend - comes with a Let It Go DLC code too

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