Earth's dawn (PS4) £13 preowned @ the game collection - HotUKDeals
We use cookie files to improve site functionality and personalisation. By continuing to use HotUKDeals, you accept our cookie and privacy policy.
Get the HotUKDeals app free at Google Play

Search Error

An error occurred when searching, please try again!

Login / Sign UpSubmit
198

Earth's dawn (PS4) £13.00 preowned @ the game collection

£13.00 @ The Game Collection
Seems like a decent enough price for this. Hope it helps someone out. Read More
Gamerofgames Avatar
5m, 3w agoFound 5 months, 3 weeks ago
Seems like a decent enough price for this. Hope it helps someone out.
More From The Game Collection:
Gamerofgames Avatar
5m, 3w agoFound 5 months, 3 weeks ago
Options

All Comments

(16) Jump to unreadPost a comment
Comments/page:
2 Likes #1
Bought it the other day from Ebay (brand new) for £15 delivered. Still sealed...
1 Like #2
this is a proper hidden gem for the ps4. i've played for days and it's superb.
[HUKD Deal Editor] 3 Likes #3
prankster101
Bought it the other day from Ebay (brand new) for £15 delivered. Still sealed...

:D 'still sealed' is a major inclusion to a sentence when you purchased it months ago, not 'the other day'
#4
luspacheco
this is a proper hidden gem for the ps4. i've played for days and it's superb.


Worth a purchase then? What would you compare it to
1 Like #5
BuzzDuraband
prankster101
Bought it the other day from Ebay (brand new) for £15 delivered. Still sealed...
:D 'still sealed' is a major inclusion to a sentence when you purchased it months ago, not 'the other day'
I know that this isn't the thread for it, and I'm not going to comment further about the Switch (until further notice), but Nintendo are having a laugh if they expect me to pay anything over £20 for a videogame.

Sorry, but their £50-60 "rip-off" pricing (together with the previous track record on how they handled the Wii U) just lost a customer.

In future, I'll just be getting the bulk of my games for £15-20... And it's not as if there aren't enough (high profile) worthy substitutes, where I don't already have an obscenely large back-catalogue of games that's keeping me busy.
#6
jouster
luspacheco
this is a proper hidden gem for the ps4. i've played for days and it's superb.

Worth a purchase then? What would you compare it to
I think these reviews should give you a good indication:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WHgAvsfznh8
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kn3Gau0-zYs
[HUKD Deal Editor] 3 Likes #7
prankster101
BuzzDuraband
prankster101
Bought it the other day from Ebay (brand new) for £15 delivered. Still sealed...
:D 'still sealed' is a major inclusion to a sentence when you purchased it months ago, not 'the other day'
I know that this isn't the thread for it, and I'm not going to comment further about the Switch (until further notice), but Nintendo are having a laugh if they expect me to pay anything over £20 for a videogame.
Sorry, but their £50-60 "rip-off" pricing (together with the previous track record on how they handled the Wii U) just lost a customer.
In future, I'll just be getting the bulk of my games for £15-20... And it's not as if there aren't enough (high profile) worthy substitutes, where I don't already have an obscenely large back-catalogue of games that's keeping me busy.

I totally agree with you. Don't get me wrong, I have and I love my Wii U. But there is nothing about the Switch enticing me into a purchase. I'll play Breath of the Wild on the U as a mark of respect to the last, big game release for it. But other than that I have no interest in anything they are announcing (I already own Mario Kart 8).

I have it on pre-order, but it will most likely be cancelled around the 1st March unless something drastic happens :)
1 Like #8
BuzzDuraband
prankster101
BuzzDuraband
prankster101
Bought it the other day from Ebay (brand new) for £15 delivered. Still sealed...
:D 'still sealed' is a major inclusion to a sentence when you purchased it months ago, not 'the other day'
I know that this isn't the thread for it, and I'm not going to comment further about the Switch (until further notice), but Nintendo are having a laugh if they expect me to pay anything over £20 for a videogame.
Sorry, but their £50-60 "rip-off" pricing (together with the previous track record on how they handled the Wii U) just lost a customer.
In future, I'll just be getting the bulk of my games for £15-20... And it's not as if there aren't enough (high profile) worthy substitutes, where I don't already have an obscenely large back-catalogue of games that's keeping me busy.
I totally agree with you. Don't get me wrong, I have and I love my Wii U. But there is nothing about the Switch enticing me into a purchase. I'll play Breath of the Wild on the U as a mark of respect to the last, big game release for it. But other than that I have no interest in anything they are announcing (I already own Mario Kart 8).
I have it on pre-order, but it will most likely be cancelled around the 1st March unless something drastic happens :)
I have BotW already on pre-order on Wii U - which is looking to be the last Nintendo machine I will ever purchase. And yes, I also already own MK8 and have no incentive in wanting to pay an extra £50 for the "ultimate" edition.

In future, I think I might get into the "Nintendo scalping" business... Because judging by what's happening with stock shortages and special editions (NES Mini and Fire Emblem Fates, I'm looking at you), I believe business will be good...

Sad isn't it? When you end up buying games not because you want to play them, but because they look good in your collection as part of some misguided attempt in wanting to look "elitist cool".
#9
prankster101
BuzzDuraband
prankster101
Bought it the other day from Ebay (brand new) for £15 delivered. Still sealed...
:D 'still sealed' is a major inclusion to a sentence when you purchased it months ago, not 'the other day'
I know that this isn't the thread for it, and I'm not going to comment further about the Switch (until further notice), but Nintendo are having a laugh if they expect me to pay anything over £20 for a videogame.

Sorry, but their £50-60 "rip-off" pricing (together with the previous track record on how they handled the Wii U) just lost a customer.

In future, I'll just be getting the bulk of my games for £15-20... And it's not as if there aren't enough (high profile) worthy substitutes, where I don't already have an obscenely large back-catalogue of games that's keeping me busy.


Yeah i agree with you on their pricing. I love nintendo and they have brought some brilliant games over the years and some of my favourite games of all times are nintendo exclusives like galaxy 2. But there just isn't enough of the good stuff currently that excites me and the price of each game is s bit too high. Im sure they will come down though since the ps4 games were about £40-£50 on launch and you can find killzone now for about £5.
#10
Gamerofgames
prankster101
BuzzDuraband
prankster101
Bought it the other day from Ebay (brand new) for £15 delivered. Still sealed...
:D 'still sealed' is a major inclusion to a sentence when you purchased it months ago, not 'the other day'
I know that this isn't the thread for it, and I'm not going to comment further about the Switch (until further notice), but Nintendo are having a laugh if they expect me to pay anything over £20 for a videogame.
Sorry, but their £50-60 "rip-off" pricing (together with the previous track record on how they handled the Wii U) just lost a customer.
In future, I'll just be getting the bulk of my games for £15-20... And it's not as if there aren't enough (high profile) worthy substitutes, where I don't already have an obscenely large back-catalogue of games that's keeping me busy.
Yeah i agree with you on their pricing. I love nintendo and they have brought some brilliant games over the years and some of my favourite games of all times are nintendo exclusives like galaxy 2. But there just isn't enough of the good stuff currently that excites me and the price of each game is s bit too high. Im sure they will come down though since the ps4 games were about £40-£50 on launch and you can find killzone now for about £5.
Yeah... but the possibility of getting any Nintendo game for less than £20 is practically nil. Not unless it's a massive flop, where retailers discount it (unlikely given that Nintendo never mass-produce their games), or when Nintendo decide to re-release the game as part of the "Selects" range many many years later.

Anyway, and given that I promised that I won't get too off-topic with this thread, I'm done with the "negative" (reality-check) Nintendo/Switch comments.

Carry on...
[HUKD Deal Editor] 1 Like #11
Pre-owned OOS. Now £14.95 new mate.
#12
Checked out reviews. Didn't really look like my cup of tea. Thanks for links though.
#13
BuzzDuraband
Pre-owned OOS. Now £14.95 new mate.


Thanks Buzz ive tried reporting it as expired but its not expiring the deal.
[HUKD Deal Editor]#14
Gamerofgames
BuzzDuraband
Pre-owned OOS. Now £14.95 new mate.
Thanks Buzz ive tried reporting it as expired but its not expiring the deal.

I was suggesting you add it to the title mate. I haven't put it in mine :)
#15
Looks like a PlayStation plus title....
1 Like #16
searchersearcher
Looks like a PlayStation plus title....

What does that even mean? Games aren't made specifically for ps+.

Post a Comment

You don't need an account to leave a comment. Just enter your email address. We'll keep it private.

...OR log in with your social account

...OR comment using your social account

Top of Page
Thanks for your comment! Keep it up!
We just need to have a quick look and it will be live soon.
The community is happy to hear your opinion! Keep contributing!