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*PREOWNED* PS3 Games For £5.00 Or Less Plus Free Delivery @ CeX

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This is my first post so apologies for any mistakes. CEX currently have several games on their website for £5.00 or less, ranging from 75p upwards. Below is a list of all these games and I hope t…
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This is my first post so apologies for any mistakes.

CEX currently have several games on their website for £5.00 or less, ranging from 75p upwards. Below is a list of all these games and I hope this helps someone:

Pro Evolution Soccer 2008 – 75p
Fifa 08 – 75p
Fifa 09 - £1
Eye of Judgement (game only) - £1.50
Eye Create (game only) - £1.50
Pro Evolution Soccer 2009 - £2
UEFA Euro 2008 - £2
Genji: Days of the Blade - £2.50
High School Musical 3: Senior (game only) - £2.50
Tiger Woods PGA Tour 07 – £2.50

Brain Challenge - £3
Disney Sing it (game only) - £3
DJ Hero (game only) - £3
NBA 2K8 - £3
NBA 08 - £3
NHL 09 - £3
NHL2K8 - £3
Tiger Woods PGA Tour 08 – £3
Tiger Woods PGA Tour 09 - £3
WWE Smackdown vs Raw 2008 - £3

Beowulf - £4
Chronicles of Narnia – Prince Caspian - £4
The Club - £4
Dark Void - £4
The Darkness - £4
Eat Lead - £4
Facebreaker - £4
Fantastic Four – Rise of the Silver Surfer - £4
Jericho - £4
Lost - £4
Motorstorm - £4
NBA 2K7 -£4
NBA Live 09 - £4
NFL Tour - £4
Prince of Persia (2008) - £4
Rock Revolution - £4
Stormrise - £4
Stranglehold - £4
Tom Clancy’s End War - £4
Tony Hawk Ride (game only) - £4
Untold Legends: Dark Kingdom - £4
Virtua Tennis 3 - £4
WWE Smackdown vs Raw 2009: Collectors Edition - £4
X Blades - £4

Ashes Cricket 2009 - £5
Battle Fantasia - £5
Beijing 2008 - £5
Bourne Conspiracy, Classified Edition - £5
Conan – £5
Disney Sing it: Pop Hits (game only) - £5
Far Cry 2 - £5
Fifa 10 - £5
Fracture - £5
Fuel -£5
Golden Compass - £5
Gran Turismo 5 Prologue - £5
Guitar Hero Aerosmith (game only) - £5
Gundam: Target in sight - £5
Haze - £5
Lair - £5
Madden NFL 08 - £5
Mirror’s Edge - £5
NBA Live 08 - £5
NHL 08 - £5
NHL 2K7 - £5
Pirates of the Caribbean: At Worlds End - £5
Pro Evolution Soccer 2010 - £5
Pure Football – £5
Resistance: Fall of Man - £5
Sega Superstar Tennis - £5
SOCOM Confrontation (game only) - £5
Timeshift - £5
TNA Impact - £5
Truth or Lies - £5
Turning Point: Fall of Liberty - £5
UFC 2009: Undisputed - £5
Unreal Tournament 3 - £5
WWE Smackdown vs Raw 2009 - £5
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5 Likes #1
problem is with CEX and games is when it comes to them having a platinum box and disc and a normal box and disc,they put any disc in any box,rather than put the platinum disc with the platinum box like a normal person with a brain would do.
#2
Virtua Tennis 3 and Stranglehold for £4 each are right bargains!
#3
Good effort. Heat.
6 Likes #4
Hmm, I've bought pre-owned items from game, argos and gamestation and they are top quality. No scratches and great price. I bought a pre-owned game from cex, game came scratched, no instruction manual, I emailed them and they said read small print, no guarantee it will come with instructions and this was how they got it. I don't mind discs being scratched. But this is the only place that have scratched discs and no instructions, even ebay games come in better condition. I emailed them second time and they just ignored my email. In future I will not purchase from cex as they don't guarantee anything really.
5 Likes #5
Agree with above comment. Buying games from cex is a real gamble. They also appear to have a policy of flogging the worst condition games to the online buyers. They know most people aren't willing to complain and go through their drawn out returns process over a £5 game. Be warned.
#6
I'm not saying the two people above me are wrong but I have had nothing but good dealing with cex over the last few years, purchasing dvds, games, phones etc.
Resistance: Fall of Man and Unreal Tournament 3 for a fiver each, old games but still hold their own well in my eyes, heat added.
1 Like #7
I bought Singularity for £10 from CEX around Christmas time and the disk/box and manual was in appalling conditon! The box was all cracked, the manual was all ripped and it looked like someone had used a Pizza cutter on the disk... Avoid at all costs!


Edited By: The_Punisher on Feb 27, 2011 05:03
#8
Cex won't accept games that are scratched too much, so I suspect you are massively exaggerating. They've rejected perfectly playable games I tried to trade because they had a few scratches. Also, everything they sell has a 12 month warranty, and they refund you in full plus postage costs if you return an incorrect or faulty item. I have had to do that a couple of times due to getting LE items mislabeled. The process isn't drawn out either. You email them, you post back the item, and they refund you a few days later.

Their delivery is often slow, but accusing them of selling broken stuff is completely false. They couldn't possibly get away with it, not even the big companies can do that.
2 Likes #9
Hmmmm, does Mr Ashcroft work for CEX by any chance???? =) Not a big fan of CEX, as I too have had bad experiences with them. Oh, n that’s if u get your order! Good price for some good games, tempted, but I would rather spend a bit more n go somewhere else.
#10
Mr Ashcroft
Cex won't accept games that are scratched too much, so I suspect you are massively exaggerating. They've rejected perfectly playable games I tried to trade because they had a few scratches. Also, everything they sell has a 12 month warranty, and they refund you in full plus postage costs if you return an incorrect or faulty item. I have had to do that a couple of times due to getting LE items mislabeled. The process isn't drawn out either. You email them, you post back the item, and they refund you a few days later.

Their delivery is often slow, but accusing them of selling broken stuff is completely false. They couldn't possibly get away with it, not even the big companies can do that.


And sometimes they don't refund postage. even after numerous e-mails.

Instore, whenever i traded in games, all of mine are always in mint condition, however one that i bought 2nd hand had scratches on but they accepted it and took £1 off the trade in price, which they said was the cost of getting it cleaned. That is a load off bull, cause they don't at all, a lot of the games are still scratched when they sell them. It's only if you say something or take it back to try and get a refund, then they will clean it
#11
Mr Ashcroft
Cex won't accept games that are scratched too much, so I suspect you are massively exaggerating. They've rejected perfectly playable games I tried to trade because they had a few scratches. Also, everything they sell has a 12 month warranty, and they refund you in full plus postage costs if you return an incorrect or faulty item. I have had to do that a couple of times due to getting LE items mislabeled. The process isn't drawn out either. You email them, you post back the item, and they refund you a few days later.Their delivery is often slow, but accusing them of selling broken stuff is completely false. They couldn't possibly get away with it, not even the big companies can do that.

I have traded in games at CEX that even Cash Converters have turned away due to scratches, they will take pretty much anything.

They do give refunds, but the customer service is awful, trying to get hoold of someone is a pain.

It's always a risk buying from CEX (online) but if the price is good enough, it's worth a gamble.
#12
I buy from my local CEX all the time and they always take care of me. Never had any probs and they always give me the best disc they have :)
#13
Have traded in and bought from CEX and had no problems. Have all been in store deals though so I can check the condition of what I am buying. Would never buy preowned online from amy of the main chains. The only preowned I gamble on is private sellers on Amazon/play and so far all have been perfect.
#14
Personally never had any problem with CEX, but only ever bought instore.

My PS3 came from there, it developed a fault so I took it back to my local store, not the one it was originally purchased from, and they replaced it there and then - but as they didn't have any 40gb systems in stock, which is what mine was, they gave me an 80gb at no extra cost.

I can't fault them, but have heard a LOT of horror stories, and they can't all be lies.
#15
Wongduk
Hmm, I've bought pre-owned items from game, argos and gamestation and they are top quality. No scratches and great price. I bought a pre-owned game from cex, game came scratched, no instruction manual, I emailed them and they said read small print, no guarantee it will come with instructions and this was how they got it. I don't mind discs being scratched. But this is the only place that have scratched discs and no instructions, even ebay games come in better condition. I emailed them second time and they just ignored my email. In future I will not purchase from cex as they don't guarantee anything really.


To contrast, I ordered two identical games from them a year or so ago as gifts and one didnt have a book, I emailed them to complain and they replied saying that whilst they arent obliged to send a book, they will post one to me, and they sent it first class... That said, we had a wii game delivered from them a couple of days ago that the disc wasnt in the best condition... Although it was the cheapest available and it does work fine... I think for the price that these games are, there wont be much resale value anyway, and so as long as they work (if they dont they can be returned), there shouldnt be too much of an issue...
#16
on a slightly different note, CEX customer service is rubbish/non-existent. I've emailed them, called, left messages, but they're just not interested. their site said they have a dvd I want in a store, I trudge 25 miles to get it (v excited, I was!) and it's not there.
the site says there are 2 other copies in other stores (over 100 miles from me), but you can't get a phone number for a store to check if they have it.
I give up.. CEX, you are pants.
#17
matt max and mike all sticking up for cex :P if you were all new users i would say multi id.

Ive been given scratched games off them before, they only reject games if they have a crack in the middle of the disc. They dont mind scratches on the surface of the disc. (or that is what ive noticed)
#18
Not sticking up for them as such, I know they can be more than a bit rubbish. Just sharing a good experience - it's only fair that people see both sides of the coin...
#19
yellowputty - Feb 27, 2011 01:52
Good effort. Heat.
Good post heat added mate ;)
#20
Sorry but I have used CEX twice last year, both with the same results;

1 - A scratched disc, no manual, and a cover that looked like it had been used to wipe up mud. On a £20 game.

2 - A DVD box set with the most scratched discs I have ever seen, black marker pen through which you could see an address - on the printed disc, and it was not even the version they advertised.

CEX online orders are not all fulfilled from the online warehouse - where the standards are usually pretty good - as some of it comes from their many stores. The standards they accept in these is - from my experience - very much down to the individual staff, how desperate they are to get their trade figures up, whether the staff hate you, and so on.

It took over a month to sort both those orders out, and the second one only got sorted because I rang Barclaycard and did a chargeback.

If you get a good copy, then you are fine. If you get crap, then you will need a massive effort to get anything usable. Not worth the risk IMO.
#21
ps3 games should be ok as blueray disks are much more resiliant than the xbox 360dual layer dvd's

if it works then you cant really complain for 4 quid can you

hot from me for the effort from the OP
#22
Cex are rubbish for delivery, it's almost like they try to send you the worst condition copy of the game you ordered just to **** you off after the 2-3 week dispatch wait..I just go and buy from them in store.
#23
Cheers OP, bought a game from CEX before christmas and it was in mint condition, got Motorstorm & Tiger to kill some time
#24
reejor04
I just go and buy from them in store.


I often buy and sell games, movies and hardware at CEX in store and I've always had excellent customer service. The staff are polite and genuinely seem interested in what they're selling. However, I can 100% believe that their on-line service is complete pap. It seems it's almost like they run it as their outlet store for games they can't shift on the high street.
1 Like #25
No one looks after games so poorly to break it to oblivion, look on ebay, theyre all decent nick.

Im pretty sure its cex breaking them.
#26
I've always found their staff to be totally clueless - although that does mean that occasionally you'll pick up a real bargain!



bobbagoose
reejor04
I just go and buy from them in store.


I often buy and sell games, movies and hardware at CEX in store and I've always had excellent customer service. The staff are polite and genuinely seem interested in what they're selling. However, I can 100% believe that their on-line service is complete pap. It seems it's almost like they run it as their outlet store for games they can't shift on the high street.
#27
I must say they have been around for ages, I remember going to them when I was at uni, 10 years ago. Shop are ok, but over the net is the worst experience, paid by paypal took over 10 days for samba amigo for wii to come though, I emailed them about this and they didn't reply (last year November), when game finally arrived, no instructions and disc was badly scratched, although it still worked took longer for the wii to recognise it. I'm just expressing my concerns with cex online,I was draw to it because of paypal. I wasn't offered a apology of any sort, just we are not obliged to send you manuals, like the whole company is run by teenagers. but at the end of the day it is your money and you can choose where you wish to spend it. If you want stress etc..
#28
good prices... i havent had probs with the couple of games i got from the local shop.. but i couldnt be bothered to sign up for the account, i just wanted to use paypal damnit
suspended#29
ordered loads of cheap xbox 360 games apart from 1 that had no manual all have worked and been in good enough condition
#30
golemsmate
matt max and mike all sticking up for cex :P if you were all new users i would say multi id.Ive been given scratched games off them before, they only reject games if they have a crack in the middle of the disc. They dont mind scratches on the surface of the disc. (or that is what ive noticed)

well im certainly not new but i will stick up for them. in general there goods are pretty good. yeah sometimes they give you a game without a manual, but who really reads them anyway?

plus im happy people are finally sticking up for CEX. all i see in these threads is complaints. and why? because when you have a bad time with a company you just find any reason to pick at them. but when all is nice and rosy, do you then go and praise them? no, nobody does.

i have had some bad stuff from CEX in the past for sure, but out of 200+ orders and 500+ items i might get 2 or 3 issues, so i dont complain.

anyway back on track there are some great prices here, but be warned that 80% of these games are so old they are not trophy compatible. some people like me will not buy a ps3 game if its not got trophies.
#31
Buying second hand games over the net is always a risk no matter what the company. With CEX I believe you can order on the net get them to send it to a store. When buying any second hand game always ask to check the discs. CEX are normally very good in my local store they always show me the disc first.

Also even if the games are second hand you are still covered by the same customer rights as if you bought it new. It is worth knowing your rights as stores will say they are only covered by the stores policy or that it is different for second good hands.
#32
Could just buy so many of them but best not, good deals in there.
#33
Thx for all the opinions, after reading i certainly wont be ordering anything from CEX....:|
#34
Just go to the store - ask if they have any of the games listed above (or any other). If they have it in stock then great, ask to view the disk an decide from there if you would like to purchase the game/dvd. If the item is however out of stock, ask if they can arrange for stock to be sent to your local store. If there is plenty of stock in an alternative store, it will be sent to your local one.

Simple as that. I don't understand why over 10 people are moaning about CEX, although I do admit the people who work there are a bunch of emo's that STINK. lol......
#35
Did you say go into the store? no thanks.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nb7gHQYRi2o
#36
I've used CEX Online a few times in the past, and the serivce is usually slow, though gets there eventually.

The best way about it is to go into store, same prices and direct service.

The Derby Branch is often busy, and only ever seems to have one person on the til, but that seems to be the story for most branches.
#37
Heat for the effort, and you can't argue with games for a couple of quid but I wouldn't bother with any of those personally - Unless you haven't played Mirror's Edge before because it's quality...
#38
nebno6
Did you say go into the store? no thanks.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nb7gHQYRi2o


Omg that's actually my local!!
#39
I buy alot fro cex online & get good condition to A1.
Only problem I had was a DVD sent as a bluray with no cover in a broken box. Other than that no issues
#40
Done a little business with CEX in the High Street, never any problem. Only ever had a few games and a Play TV but everything was in excellent condition. Takes a while to be served somethimes, I've been the 3rd person in line and waited 15 minutes!

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