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[PS4 - digital version] The Last Guardian 40% off @ PSN - £29.99 (£26.59 using CDKeys)

£29.99 @ Playstation PSN
40% off from today (6th) until 20th January. This is for someone that wants a digital copy instead of the physical copy which is £5 less. The description also mentions it comes with an exclusiv…
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40% off from today (6th) until 20th January.

This is for someone that wants a digital copy instead of the physical copy which is £5 less.

The description also mentions it comes with an exclusive PS4 dynamic theme.

Use CDKeys with the 5% discount code from Facebook for cheaper credit.
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[helper][HUKD Deal Editor] 2 Likes #1
I think £26.59 (with the £30 CDKeys top up) is a fantastic price if you're game sharing. Heat added dude :)

(Don't forget the Facebook code)
#2
game sharing???
#3
taylor102081
game sharing???
not with Sony. if try to access a game on someone else machine or or if you have two accounts on one machine game swill be locked to that account that are bought digitally

Edited By: voyager123 on Jan 06, 2017 11:58
3 Likes #4
voyager123
taylor102081
game sharing???
not with Sony. if try to access a game on someone else machine or or if you have two accounts on one machine game swill be locked to that account that are bought digitally

Completely untrue!

I have a UK, US and Canadian accounts on my PS4. All three accounts can use all the games with all the accounts. Long as the account is set to primary, there is no issue. The account that bought the game needs to download it though.

Same can be done on a friends PS4, the account needs to be set to primary, then all accounts on the PS4 can use their games. The account that bought it, needs to download it though.

Edited By: Marcoos on Jan 06, 2017 12:03
[helper][HUKD Deal Editor] 2 Likes #5
voyager123
taylor102081
game sharing???
not with Sony. if try to access a game on someone else machine or or if you have two accounts on one machine game swill be locked to that account that are bought digitally

That's not true mate.
#6
Marcoos
voyager123
taylor102081
game sharing???
not with Sony. if try to access a game on someone else machine or or if you have two accounts on one machine game swill be locked to that account that are bought digitally
Completely untrue!
I have a UK, US and Canadian accounts on my PS4. All three accounts can use all the games with all the accounts. Long as the account is set to primary, there is no issue.
Same can be done on a friends PS4, the account needs to be set to primary, then all accounts on the PS4 can use their games. The account that bought it, needs to download it though.
well its true for me, and yes its my primary strange as i can access all the stuff bought from other regions but stuff bought from European store cant be accessed from the Canadian or american account. i tried game sharing once and sony locked my machine for a week and gave a warning.

saying that i was probably very unlucky, but the whole game sharing thing seems a lot easier with microsoft


Edited By: voyager123 on Jan 06, 2017 12:09
#7
voyager123
Marcoos
voyager123
taylor102081
game sharing???
not with Sony. if try to access a game on someone else machine or or if you have two accounts on one machine game swill be locked to that account that are bought digitally
Completely untrue!
I have a UK, US and Canadian accounts on my PS4. All three accounts can use all the games with all the accounts. Long as the account is set to primary, there is no issue.
Same can be done on a friends PS4, the account needs to be set to primary, then all accounts on the PS4 can use their games. The account that bought it, needs to download it though.
well its true for me, and yes its my primary strange as i can access all the stuff bought from other regions but stuff bought from European store cant be accessed from the Canadian or american account. i tried game sharing once and sony locked my machine for a week and gave a warning

You've not set it up right then, and Sony practically encourage multiple accounts on a PS4 and the ability to share games

http://manuals.playstation.net/document/gb/ps4/settings/activation.html
#8
sounds like it would mess up your PlayStation doing this kind of stuff
#9
taylor102081
sounds like it would mess up your PlayStation doing this kind of stuff

It won't, it works and you won't get hit with the Sony ban hammer etc
#10
Marcoos
voyager123
Marcoos
voyager123
taylor102081
game sharing???
not with Sony. if try to access a game on someone else machine or or if you have two accounts on one machine game swill be locked to that account that are bought digitally
Completely untrue!
I have a UK, US and Canadian accounts on my PS4. All three accounts can use all the games with all the accounts. Long as the account is set to primary, there is no issue.
Same can be done on a friends PS4, the account needs to be set to primary, then all accounts on the PS4 can use their games. The account that bought it, needs to download it though.
well its true for me, and yes its my primary strange as i can access all the stuff bought from other regions but stuff bought from European store cant be accessed from the Canadian or american account. i tried game sharing once and sony locked my machine for a week and gave a warning
You've not set it up right then, and Sony practically encourage multiple accounts on a PS4 and the ability to share gameshttp://manuals.playstation.net/document/gb/ps4/settings/activation.html
to late now to try,as got rid of my ps4 after my account was compromised and games were bought without my knowledge and Sony turned around and said they could not do much, of course i could of got my bank to charge back but it seems if you do that Sony will lock account until you pay them back that money. mind partly my fault for not removing credit card details from my account and sticking with paypal or cdkeys

Edited By: voyager123 on Jan 06, 2017 12:28
1 Like #11
I've see the game being sold for £24 and PHYSICAL which is much more valuable
#12
shopto has it retail cheaper.
#13
luffydude
I've see the game being sold for £24 and PHYSICAL which is much more valuable
but different strokes for different folks, some people like digital and with game share(if done right which i might not of ) and with cheap credit it can be cheaper than physical
#14
luffydude
I've see the game being sold for £24 and PHYSICAL which is much more valuable
If you get your credit cheaply (read my summary) and game-share with a trusted friend (who is willing to contribute financially), you can end up paying just over a quarter of PSN's price tag.
You have to weigh up the difference between physical and PSN prices (PSN prices can be seriously high) and the replay value of the game (i.e. play-once games lose very little on a trade-in as you sell them on fairly quickly but your go-to multiplayer game of the year will be worth peanuts by the time you sell it).

There are drawbacks to game-sharing (you must be logged in online on your own PS4 in order to play your digital games and you can't use Remote Play over the Internet to your own console (it will connect to your primary, which will be your friend's console)) but I think it's worth it for the savings.

Edited By: BubaMan on Jan 06, 2017 12:52: .
#15
BubaMan
luffydude
I've see the game being sold for £24 and PHYSICAL which is much more valuable
If you get your credit cheaply (read my summary) and game-share with a trusted friend (who is willing to contribute financially), you can end up paying just over a quarter of PSN's price tag.
You have to weigh up the difference between physical and PSN prices (PSN prices can be seriously high) and the replay value of the game (i.e. play-once games lose very little on a trade-in as you sell them on fairly quickly but your go-to multiplayer game of the year will be worth peanuts by the time you sell it).

There are drawbacks to game-sharing (you must be logged in online on your own PS4 in order to play your digital games and you can't use Remote Play over the Internet to your own console (it will connect to your primary, which will be your friend's console)) but I think it's worth it for the savings.


You can remote play indoors though by connecting directly to your ps4
1 Like #16
No one should be put off from game sharing. Been doing it since launch. Like mentioned, if you get your credit cheap then the games become ridiculously cheap. Plus you can go on halves on one ps+ subscription too.
#17
6ixFoot1
BubaMan
luffydude
I've see the game being sold for £24 and PHYSICAL which is much more valuable
If you get your credit cheaply (read my summary) and game-share with a trusted friend (who is willing to contribute financially), you can end up paying just over a quarter of PSN's price tag.
You have to weigh up the difference between physical and PSN prices (PSN prices can be seriously high) and the replay value of the game (i.e. play-once games lose very little on a trade-in as you sell them on fairly quickly but your go-to multiplayer game of the year will be worth peanuts by the time you sell it).
There are drawbacks to game-sharing (you must be logged in online on your own PS4 in order to play your digital games and you can't use Remote Play over the Internet to your own console (it will connect to your primary, which will be your friend's console)) but I think it's worth it for the savings.
You can remote play indoors though by connecting directly to your ps4
Yeah - but not via the Internet... I've eventried creating an incoming VPN but the client always detects that it's not on the same LAN and goes via the Internet :(
#18
£25 instore at asda Swindon
#19
A digital copy shouldn't be more expensive than a physical copy and shopto has it cheaper!
#20
totneschap
A digital copy shouldn't be more expensive than a physical copy and shopto has it cheaper!


That's why I encourage game sharing lol
1 Like #21
totneschap
A digital copy shouldn't be more expensive than a physical copy and shopto has it cheaper!
Unfortunately, digital copies will always be more expensive generally then physical ones, otherwise the massive majority of sales would be digital and publishers would not be able to recoup their costs for the physical copies. This would eventually lead to an all digital marketplace, but once that happens there would be a virtual monopoly and so digital prices would remain high compared to their publishing cost.
Bummer, eh?
Still physical copies are nice and collectible and do have some trade in /eBay value (which the second hand market also loses publishers sales, thereby pushing slowly towards an expensive digital marketplace).
I've depressed myself now, I'll get my coat :(
1 Like #22
Futureshark
totneschap
A digital copy shouldn't be more expensive than a physical copy and shopto has it cheaper!
Unfortunately, digital copies will always be more expensive generally then physical ones, otherwise the massive majority of sales would be digital and publishers would not be able to recoup their costs for the physical copies. This would eventually lead to an all digital marketplace, but once that happens there would be a virtual monopoly and so digital prices would remain high compared to their publishing cost.
Bummer, eh?
Still physical copies are nice and collectible and do have some trade in /eBay value (which the second hand market also loses publishers sales, thereby pushing slowly towards an expensive digital marketplace).
I've depressed myself now, I'll get my coat :(


If they move to an all digital marketplace it will kill consoles, because at that point there will be no advantage of gaming on one. Console is the last bastion of physical media, hopefully it remains that way for a long time.
#23
6ixFoot1
BubaMan
luffydude
I've see the game being sold for £24 and PHYSICAL which is much more valuable
If you get your credit cheaply (read my summary) and game-share with a trusted friend (who is willing to contribute financially), you can end up paying just over a quarter of PSN's price tag.
You have to weigh up the difference between physical and PSN prices (PSN prices can be seriously high) and the replay value of the game (i.e. play-once games lose very little on a trade-in as you sell them on fairly quickly but your go-to multiplayer game of the year will be worth peanuts by the time you sell it).

There are drawbacks to game-sharing (you must be logged in online on your own PS4 in order to play your digital games and you can't use Remote Play over the Internet to your own console (it will connect to your primary, which will be your friend's console)) but I think it's worth it for the savings.


You can remote play indoors though by connecting directly to your ps4


​What about creating a spare account for gameshare, is that advised? and doing that should mean remote play stays the same for my main account right?
#24
Futureshark
totneschap
A digital copy shouldn't be more expensive than a physical copy and shopto has it cheaper!
Unfortunately, digital copies will always be more expensive generally then physical ones, otherwise the massive majority of sales would be digital and publishers would not be able to recoup their costs for the physical copies. This would eventually lead to an all digital marketplace, but once that happens there would be a virtual monopoly and so digital prices would remain high compared to their publishing cost.
Bummer, eh?
Still physical copies are nice and collectible and do have some trade in /eBay value (which the second hand market also loses publishers sales, thereby pushing slowly towards an expensive digital marketplace).
I've depressed myself now, I'll get my coat :(
That's a very good point, I obviously didn't think that much into it oO
#25
voyager123
taylor102081
game sharing???
not with Sony. if try to access a game on someone else machine or or if you have two accounts on one machine game swill be locked to that account that are bought digitally
idiot
#26
voyager123
taylor102081
game sharing???
not with Sony. if try to access a game on someone else machine or or if you have two accounts on one machine game swill be locked to that account that are bought digitally


​Sharing works fine if your dealing with 2 accounts, the problems start with locking if you have a third account i.e. Canadian or usa on your console. I'm locked out of playing anything off my overseas accounts if using my uk gametag. Its not really a problem as I can still play the content on the account it was purchases with.

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