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Driveclub PS4 Game £14.99 at Argos

£14.99 @ Argos
Cheaper than Amazon (£17.99) and Game (£19.99) and PSN Store (£24.99) Read More
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7m, 2w agoFound 7 months, 2 weeks ago
Cheaper than Amazon (£17.99) and Game (£19.99) and PSN Store (£24.99)
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7m, 2w agoFound 7 months, 2 weeks ago
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1 Like #1
Waiting for the inevitable "it's been cheaper on PSN with the season pass" comment :D
#2
How come cold? New to consoles and want a cheap racing game...
#3
It's cold because it's been much cheaper than this in the past.

Edited By: dan666 on Dec 02, 2016 07:31: .
#4
None local to me
#5
£8 in CeX if you have a branch nearby and don't mind used. Normally in stock too.
#6
Cheaper at shop to, with free delivery
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#7
Cold. I got the season pass and game for £7 on PS Store (_;)
#8
It's also 7.99 at GAME preowned, if you don't mind used (and it's been as low as a fiver preowned)

It's a game that'll never be worth anything, and it's not rare, so I was happy enough with a used copy. Disc and box were perfect when it arrived too.
#9
Agreed with the above, CEX giving for same price too.
Corranga
It's also 7.99 at GAME preowned, if you don't mind used (and it's been as low as a fiver preowned)
It's a game that'll never be worth anything, and it's not rare, so I was happy enough with a used copy. Disc and box were perfect when it arrived too.

Agreed with the above, CEX giving for same price too.
#10
Corranga
It's also 7.99 at GAME preowned, if you don't mind used (and it's been as low as a fiver preowned)

It's a game that'll never be worth anything, and it's not rare, so I was happy enough with a used copy. Disc and box were perfect when it arrived too.


Isn't there a big risk that the disk will be scratched though? I wanna buy it now preowned but I don't get my PS4 slim until Christmas so I'm skeptical about ordering how in case it doesn't work.
#11
Can someone please explain what's the draw back of buying a used copy (example from CEX)? I'm not talking about the quality of disc etc, but more along the lines of DLC etc. Just got a PS4 recently so not sure how this all works.

If I buy the game used from CEX, how much content am I actually getting?

In addition, I will be without Internet connection on the PS4 for a couple of months (2-3), any idea how much will this restrict me in terms of content? Apparently there's a 13-14GB download / update but I won't be able to do that immediately.

Edited By: Wasu on Dec 06, 2016 18:25
#12
Wasu
Can someone please explain what's the draw back of buying a used copy (example from CEX)? I'm not talking about the quality of disc etc, but more along the lines of DLC etc. Just got a PS4 recently so not sure how this all works.
If I buy the game used from CEX, how much content am I actually getting?
In addition, I will be without Internet connection on the PS4 for a couple of months (2-3), any idea how much will this restrict me in terms of content? Apparently there's a 13-14GB download / update but I won't be able to do that immediately.

I don't think there is any particular drawback in buying used. I have no issue buying used games at all especially from somewhere like CEX, but some people just don't like used out of principle - which is their prerogative. With a used copy, you will still get full access to all the free updates and improvements that have been released for the game (when you get your internet connection sorted) and you can still buy additional DLC from the Playstation store. It's safe to assume though that if you're buying used, any bonus DLC that might have been included with the new game has already been redeemed by the original owner.

I'm not sure how Driveclub plays without the updates, but it plays pretty sweetly with them. I know a lot of people were up in arms about what a mess it was at launch so maybe leave this particular game until you get the internet sorted. It depends on the game what you might be missing out on, some games get updates to fix performance issues (because the game crashes or the frame rate becomes slow and jerky), some games get updates to add additional content. Streetfighter 5 has had a lot of work done on it, and now includes a single player campaign that wasn't on the disk at launch. No Man's Sky has had a lot of bug fixes and with the Foundation Update offers Base Building which wasn't available at launch. You are sadly going to miss out until you get your internet connection sorted.
#13
Your username is worth a cold vote on its own lol
#14
Curlynob
Wasu
Can someone please explain what's the draw back of buying a used copy (example from CEX)? I'm not talking about the quality of disc etc, but more along the lines of DLC etc. Just got a PS4 recently so not sure how this all works.
If I buy the game used from CEX, how much content am I actually getting?
In addition, I will be without Internet connection on the PS4 for a couple of months (2-3), any idea how much will this restrict me in terms of content? Apparently there's a 13-14GB download / update but I won't be able to do that immediately.
I don't think there is any particular drawback in buying used. I have no issue buying used games at all especially from somewhere like CEX, but some people just don't like used out of principle - which is their prerogative. With a used copy, you will still get full access to all the free updates and improvements that have been released for the game (when you get your internet connection sorted) and you can still buy additional DLC from the Playstation store. It's safe to assume though that if you're buying used, any bonus DLC that might have been included with the new game has already been redeemed by the original owner.
I'm not sure how Driveclub plays without the updates, but it plays pretty sweetly with them. I know a lot of people were up in arms about what a mess it was at launch so maybe leave this particular game until you get the internet sorted. It depends on the game what you might be missing out on, some games get updates to fix performance issues (because the game crashes or the frame rate becomes slow and jerky), some games get updates to add additional content. Streetfighter 5 has had a lot of work done on it, and now includes a single player campaign that wasn't on the disk at launch. No Man's Sky has had a lot of bug fixes and with the Foundation Update offers Base Building which wasn't available at launch. You are sadly going to miss out until you get your internet connection sorted.

Thanks for the detailed reply. Preowned games are not an issue for me, my question was just about the game itself which you've explained already.

Might be a long shot, but is there any chance to download the updates separately and install them on the PS4 manually? Just like some people do for the official PS4 updates?

In addition, is there a decent amount of online content with the 'base' game? I don't know much about these games but know for example that Destiny without DLC is extremely limiting and everyone recommends (needs?) The Taken King DLC. I actually most likely won't bother with the paid DLC stuff as I'm just looking for a decent racing game to play from time to time (provided I'm not totally locked out as mentioned above on Destiny bit ).
#15
Wasu
Curlynob
Wasu
Can someone please explain what's the draw back of buying a used copy (example from CEX)? I'm not talking about the quality of disc etc, but more along the lines of DLC etc. Just got a PS4 recently so not sure how this all works.
If I buy the game used from CEX, how much content am I actually getting?
In addition, I will be without Internet connection on the PS4 for a couple of months (2-3), any idea how much will this restrict me in terms of content? Apparently there's a 13-14GB download / update but I won't be able to do that immediately.
I don't think there is any particular drawback in buying used. I have no issue buying used games at all especially from somewhere like CEX, but some people just don't like used out of principle - which is their prerogative. With a used copy, you will still get full access to all the free updates and improvements that have been released for the game (when you get your internet connection sorted) and you can still buy additional DLC from the Playstation store. It's safe to assume though that if you're buying used, any bonus DLC that might have been included with the new game has already been redeemed by the original owner.
I'm not sure how Driveclub plays without the updates, but it plays pretty sweetly with them. I know a lot of people were up in arms about what a mess it was at launch so maybe leave this particular game until you get the internet sorted. It depends on the game what you might be missing out on, some games get updates to fix performance issues (because the game crashes or the frame rate becomes slow and jerky), some games get updates to add additional content. Streetfighter 5 has had a lot of work done on it, and now includes a single player campaign that wasn't on the disk at launch. No Man's Sky has had a lot of bug fixes and with the Foundation Update offers Base Building which wasn't available at launch. You are sadly going to miss out until you get your internet connection sorted.
Thanks for the detailed reply. Preowned games are not an issue for me, my question was just about the game itself which you've explained already.
Might be a long shot, but is there any chance to download the updates separately and install them on the PS4 manually? Just like some people do for the official PS4 updates?
In addition, is there a decent amount of online content with the 'base' game? I don't know much about these games but know for example that Destiny without DLC is extremely limiting and everyone recommends (needs?) The Taken King DLC. I actually most likely won't bother with the paid DLC stuff as I'm just looking for a decent racing game to play from time to time (provided I'm not totally locked out as mentioned above on Destiny bit ).

I don't honestly know if there's a way of separately downloading the updates. Do you have the option of taking your PS4 round a friend / relatives and downloading the updates there? Sorry I don't tend to game online very often. There's certainly always been enough content to satisfy my single player requirement. I also purchased the season pass and Driveclub Bikes when they were on offer too. I used to have Project Cars which I thought was awesome. There's a great career mode in that, but it's a tough game. Driveclub is not a complete arcade racer, but Project Cars has definitely moved across to simulator territory. Might be worth checking out.

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