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1 Like #2
Cold cheaper at GameStop
1 Like #3
like the other people said, this is cheaper at gamestop! sorry
1 Like #4
I've given you heat. Some people would prefer to buy from Asda.
1 Like #5
TheJDLB
I've given you heat. Some people would prefer to buy from Asda.

I agree. I would rather buy from Asda too, especially from the bad feedback ive heard from Gamestop customer services.

Also if you have a problem with your console, you can always pop into ANY Asda store and get an exchange for a new console or refund for your money back etc

Heat given.
2 Likes #6
Bure11
Okay seriously, how has this got any heat? It's £10 more than the Gamestop deal meaning it's not a good deal. It's only getting heat because it's a PS4 and The Last Of Us. If this was an Xbox One with the Halo collection for £10 more than the best deal it would be really cold by now.

Not knocking you OP, I appreciate you signing up to post two deals for us (do search first next time though for the cheapest price) I'm just a bit confused as to why people have decided to vote hot. Preferring ASDA doesn't make this a better deal than the Gamestop one.

It does when Gamestop fail to deliver your item and then you are on the phone to their atrocious customer services dept over the next 2 weeks fighting for your money back lol
#7
Heat added for Asda. Bought my launch PS4 from them, ended up faulty and Sony were faffing about. Asda took it back no problems. Excellent customer service.
#8
I dealt with GameStop customer service last week when I cancelled two pre-orders and they responded quick and were helpful. Couldn't fault their customer service.
#9
50GB install. Yikes!
#10
Very nice deal. Heat given
#11
Bure11
...Preferring ASDA doesn't make this a better deal than the Gamestop one.

It may not be a better "deal" for you, but this site isn't just for you.

Price is not the only factor that influences voting.
#12
Bure11
...there is a clear amount of favouritism towards PlayStation on here regardless of how good the deal actually is.

That may just be an indication of how popular a product is compared to the main competitors in the same market.

That is also a subjective factor that may be used to influence voting.

PS. Keep "bumping" PlayStation-related threads is only bringing those threads to the attention of more members (that view the [discussed] tab in preference to any other).

Consequently, more votes will be cast; some even just to disagree with your viewpoint.
#13
Not going to vot because i agree that it is £10 cheaper at gamestop but then understand the sceptisicm from the people who dont know/trust Gamestop that much :)
#14
This isn't that classy looking last of us edition ps4 is it?
#15
fanpages
Bure11
...there is a clear amount of favouritism towards PlayStation on here regardless of how good the deal actually is.

That may just be an indication of how popular a product is compared to the main competitors in the same market.

That is also a subjective factor that may be used to influence voting.

PS. Keep "bumping" PlayStation-related threads is only bringing those threads to the attention of more members (that view the [discussed] tab in preference to any other).

Consequently, more votes will be cast; some even just to disagree with your viewpoint.
All of that is true and I do agree with what you've said, but that just shows even more the amount of people on this site who don't vote properly.

As you said the popularity of a product and not liking my view will cause some people to vote hot regardless of the deal, which is completely wrong and is similar to the point I was illustrating in my original comment.

shadowdogg
This isn't that classy looking last of us edition ps4 is it?
If you're referring to this beauty.

http://cdn0.vox-cdn.com/uploads/chorus_image/image/35758676/jpg.0_cinema_960.0.jpg

Then sadly no, that's in Japan only.



Edited By: Bure11 on Jul 21, 2014 23:39
#16
mrdarknight79
TheJDLB
I've given you heat. Some people would prefer to buy from Asda.

I agree. I would rather buy from Asda too, especially from the bad feedback ive heard from Gamestop customer services.

Also if you have a problem with your console, you can always pop into ANY Asda store and get an exchange for a new console or refund for your money back etc

Heat given.

I've returned 2 things to Gamestop and had no hassle whatsoever. I cancelled the TLOU pre order with them via email and when i did, the order was cancelled the next working day. The only thing that slightly concerned me was lack of phone number, but the 3 times I've had to deal with them over email, they have always responded promptly.

I fully understand they have iffy feedback, however, most sites have iffy feedback.


Edited By: Dr_Bawbag on Jul 21, 2014 23:46
#17
Dr_Bawbag
mrdarknight79
TheJDLB
I've given you heat. Some people would prefer to buy from Asda.

I agree. I would rather buy from Asda too, especially from the bad feedback ive heard from Gamestop customer services.

Also if you have a problem with your console, you can always pop into ANY Asda store and get an exchange for a new console or refund for your money back etc

Heat given.

I've returned 2 things to Gamestop and had no hassle whatsoever. I cancelled the TLOU pre order with them and got the order cancelled the next working day. The only thing that slightly concerned me was lack of phone number, but the 3 times I've had to deal with them over email, they have always responded promptly.

I fully understand they have iffy feedback, however, most sites have iffy feedback.
On Trust Pilot, Tesco Direct and GAME both have really poor reviews, the average is around 4-4.5. Now based on my personal experience both of them are A LOT better than the average review states. Gamestop are even reviewed higher than both of those two retailers and I'm sure most people on this forum would rather buy from Tesco than Gamestop. Amazon also have an average review of 6.8 and we all know they're much better than that. And hey Zavvi have an 8.5!

That's why feedback and reviews posted online aren't always a fair or correct reflection on the company, it also backs up your point about most sites having iffy feedback.
#18
McNabFish
50GB install. Yikes!

for a game like this, I wish it was 100gb.

might be even better than its going to be.
#19
I'd rather pay £10 extra and buy it from a more reputable seller. I then know if anything goes wrong they'll sort it out without any hassle. That peace of mind is definitely worth the additional £10 to me!
#20
Hot hot
#21
I would NEVER buy from GameStop again. Used them once and they proved to be absolute thieves. Placed an order, emailed AND phoned them within minutes to cancel, didn't hear back for 3 days, and when I did they said it was too late to cancel so would have to return it. Returned it same day that it arrived, they claimed they didn't receive it back leaving me £80 out of pocket. **** them
#22
MrBrightside1987
I would NEVER buy from GameStop again. Used them once and they proved to be absolute thieves. Placed an order, emailed AND phoned them within minutes to cancel, didn't hear back for 3 days, and when I did they said it was too late to cancel so would have to return it. Returned it same day that it arrived, they claimed they didn't receive it back leaving me £80 out of pocket. **** them
thats why you keep proof of postage and get your money back from Royal Mail or send recorded I would have
#23
Bure11
Okay seriously, how has this got any heat? It's £10 more than the Gamestop deal meaning it's not a good deal. It's only getting heat because it's a PS4 and The Last Of Us. If this was an Xbox One with the Halo collection for £10 more than the best deal it would be really cold by now.

Not knocking you OP, I appreciate you signing up to post two deals for us (do search first next time though for the cheapest price) I'm just a bit confused as to why people have decided to vote hot. Preferring ASDA doesn't make this a better deal than the Gamestop one.


hmm, sounds like a butt hurt xboner
#24
Bure11
...there is a clear amount of favouritism towards PlayStation on here regardless of how good the deal actually is.
fanpages
That may just be an indication of how popular a product is compared to the main competitors in the same market.

That is also a subjective factor that may be used to influence voting.

PS. Keep "bumping" PlayStation-related threads is only bringing those threads to the attention of more members (that view the [discussed] tab in preference to any other).

Consequently, more votes will be cast; some even just to disagree with your viewpoint.
Bure11
All of that is true and I do agree with what you've said, but that just shows even more the amount of people on this site who don't vote properly.

As you said the popularity of a product and not liking my view will cause some people to vote hot regardless of the deal, which is completely wrong and is similar to the point I was illustrating in my original comment.

How do you define voting "properly"?

The best "Deal" is a subjective view of anything to do with the product thread (such as the merchant's past history, the non-guaranteed cashback, the colour/dimensions of the item, any comparative products, the day of the week, whether the member voting had run out of butter for their morning toast, or anything else connected/unconnected with the "Deal"), apparently.

A previous thread of note...

Can we please have the rules/guidelines on Voting made more clear??

Specifically, comment #56...
juliet_bravo - Aug 23, 2010 14:42

Taken from the original help & advice panel-

If you are cold voting a deal, it is good forum etiquette to post a note in the deal as to why you have done so. There is nothing more confusing to a new member, than to post a deal, only to see it go cold with no explanation. If you found the item cheaper elsewhere, please let us know where and how. If you have no interest or knowledge about the deal at all, please don’t vote cold, just move on.

HUKD has systems in place to detect serial cold voters, and it may lead to a ban from the forums, as it is against the code of conduct.

If members feel an apple product, for example, is comparable with another item and they do not think the apple represents good value, then of course they should state that within the thread. However we cannot be too strict with regards to forcing members to justify their votes. It will be detrimental to how the site works and the organic nature in which "hot" deals are voted as such.

Also, "Cold Voting", & the ironically-titled "EXPIRED - Can you get banned for voting cold too often?" (created by a member that is now banned).
#25
Hot to counteract the kid thread spoiling :D
#26
Cheaper at GameStop. I've purchased many times from them with no problem. Consoles too. Cold.

MrBrightside1987
Returned it same day that it arrived, they claimed they didn't receive it back leaving me £80 out of pocket. **** them

Maybe because they didn't receive it? Get some tracking?
#27
No offense but I don't really see why this is getting hot, not voting either way as I'm probs missing something but a PS4 on it's own is frequently coming up at £299.99 now so you're paying £50 for the last of us, standard price.

No?
#28
fanpages
Bure11
...there is a clear amount of favouritism towards PlayStation on here regardless of how good the deal actually is.
fanpages
That may just be an indication of how popular a product is compared to the main competitors in the same market.

That is also a subjective factor that may be used to influence voting.

PS. Keep "bumping" PlayStation-related threads is only bringing those threads to the attention of more members (that view the [discussed] tab in preference to any other).

Consequently, more votes will be cast; some even just to disagree with your viewpoint.
Bure11
All of that is true and I do agree with what you've said, but that just shows even more the amount of people on this site who don't vote properly.

As you said the popularity of a product and not liking my view will cause some people to vote hot regardless of the deal, which is completely wrong and is similar to the point I was illustrating in my original comment.

How do you define voting "properly"?

The best "Deal" is a subjective view of anything to do with the product thread (such as the merchant's past history, the non-guaranteed cashback, the colour/dimensions of the item, any comparative products, the day of the week, whether the member voting had run out of butter for their morning toast, or anything else connected/unconnected with the "Deal"), apparently.

A previous thread of note...

Can we please have the rules/guidelines on Voting made more clear??

Specifically, comment #56...
juliet_bravo - Aug 23, 2010 14:42

Taken from the original help & advice panel-

If you are cold voting a deal, it is good forum etiquette to post a note in the deal as to why you have done so. There is nothing more confusing to a new member, than to post a deal, only to see it go cold with no explanation. If you found the item cheaper elsewhere, please let us know where and how. If you have no interest or knowledge about the deal at all, please don’t vote cold, just move on.

HUKD has systems in place to detect serial cold voters, and it may lead to a ban from the forums, as it is against the code of conduct.

If members feel an apple product, for example, is comparable with another item and they do not think the apple represents good value, then of course they should state that within the thread. However we cannot be too strict with regards to forcing members to justify their votes. It will be detrimental to how the site works and the organic nature in which "hot" deals are voted as such.

Also, "Cold Voting", & the ironically-titled "EXPIRED - Can you get banned for voting cold too often?" (created by a member that is now banned).

Also let's not forget the people that just click "cold" when they don't like the look of something, or just for fun.
Those idiots, uhhh I mean "people" :) seem to be forgotten about and not discussed.

Voting cold because you think something is rubbish, genuinely, is more than fair a reason when you take the above into account.
It's a shame most people don't.
#29
*sigh* The deal itself technically is hot, as it's value for money, but this system of charging people multiple times for the same game is really pathetic.

The amount of people who complained about Spider-man getting remade after 10 years, but games can get away with less than two.

Does the shiny graphics (and nothing else new) really come to warrant this?

The Emperor's New Video Game

(P.S. Before anyone starts, I own both an Xbox and PS3)
#30
Not really a deal when you can get a brand new PS4 for £299.99 So that makes it £49 for a bundle copy game with a little bit better graphics than it had on PS3.



Edited By: Fic on Jul 22, 2014 09:42
#31
Sheikher
Bure11
Okay seriously, how has this got any heat? It's £10 more than the Gamestop deal meaning it's not a good deal. It's only getting heat because it's a PS4 and The Last Of Us. If this was an Xbox One with the Halo collection for £10 more than the best deal it would be really cold by now.

Not knocking you OP, I appreciate you signing up to post two deals for us (do search first next time though for the cheapest price) I'm just a bit confused as to why people have decided to vote hot. Preferring ASDA doesn't make this a better deal than the Gamestop one.


hmm, sounds like a butt hurt xboner


Why? he has a valid point. This is not a hot deal, you could even argue its over rrp
#32
Sheikher
Bure11
Okay seriously, how has this got any heat? It's £10 more than the Gamestop deal meaning it's not a good deal. It's only getting heat because it's a PS4 and The Last Of Us. If this was an Xbox One with the Halo collection for £10 more than the best deal it would be really cold by now.

Not knocking you OP, I appreciate you signing up to post two deals for us (do search first next time though for the cheapest price) I'm just a bit confused as to why people have decided to vote hot. Preferring ASDA doesn't make this a better deal than the Gamestop one.

hmm, sounds like a butt hurt xboner

He just likes to whinge a lot.

People have already explained why they would prefer to buy a console from ASDA than Gamestop. An extra £10 for the benefit of no-hassle returns. That's worth it for some people.
1 Like #33
robo989
Also let's not forget the people that just click "cold" when they don't like the look of something, or just for fun.
Those idiots, uhhh I mean "people" :) seem to be forgotten about and not discussed.

Voting cold because you think something is rubbish, genuinely, is more than fair a reason when you take the above into account.
It's a shame most people don't.

I think you'll find "serial cold voters" are discussed quite regularly in the "Feedback" Forum:

[ http://www.hotukdeals.com/tag/cold-voting ]
#34
robo989
No offense but I don't really see why this is getting hot, not voting either way as I'm probs missing something but a PS4 on it's own is frequently coming up at £299.99 now so you're paying £50 for the last of us, standard price.

No?

No.

[ http://www.thegamecollection.net/the-last-of-us-remastered-ps4.html ]
£34.95

So that's £299.99 for the console, £34.95 for the game, & just over £14.00 to know that you can use a local ASDA store for warranty claims.
#35
Sheikher
Bure11
Okay seriously, how has this got any heat? It's £10 more than the Gamestop deal meaning it's not a good deal. It's only getting heat because it's a PS4 and The Last Of Us. If this was an Xbox One with the Halo collection for £10 more than the best deal it would be really cold by now.

Not knocking you OP, I appreciate you signing up to post two deals for us (do search first next time though for the cheapest price) I'm just a bit confused as to why people have decided to vote hot. Preferring ASDA doesn't make this a better deal than the Gamestop one.

hmm, sounds like a butt hurt xboner
I find that funny because I've been called a PlayStation fanboy a few times and I actually own a PS4 and not an Xbox One. It looks like people can't accept facts so just like to throw around the word fanboy and "butthurt"


ValueForMoney
Sheikher
Bure11
Okay seriously, how has this got any heat? It's £10 more than the Gamestop deal meaning it's not a good deal. It's only getting heat because it's a PS4 and The Last Of Us. If this was an Xbox One with the Halo collection for £10 more than the best deal it would be really cold by now.

Not knocking you OP, I appreciate you signing up to post two deals for us (do search first next time though for the cheapest price) I'm just a bit confused as to why people have decided to vote hot. Preferring ASDA doesn't make this a better deal than the Gamestop one.

hmm, sounds like a butt hurt xboner

He just likes to whinge a lot.

People have already explained why they would prefer to buy a console from ASDA than Gamestop. An extra £10 for the benefit of no-hassle returns. That's worth it for some people.
I only moan when there's a reason to and its not that often, if you went through all my posts only a few would be me moaning.

I understand your reasoning but as I've said i don't think that's justifies this being quite a hot deal and I don't believe that's why most people have voted hot. I believe its to do with this being a PS4 console and The Last Of Us, and that's what I don't think is fair. Not too long ago this bundle was posted for £364.75 and it got quite hot, now at the time it was possible to get the game and console separately for cheaper and also it was only £10 under RRP which for a PS4 bundle isn't much. That wasn't a good deal and nor is this.

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/pre-order-playstation-4-console-last-remastered-day-one-edition-bundle-for-364-75-1946252

Edited By: Bure11 on Jul 22, 2014 11:56: .
#36
fanpages
robo989
No offense but I don't really see why this is getting hot, not voting either way as I'm probs missing something but a PS4 on it's own is frequently coming up at £299.99 now so you're paying £50 for the last of us, standard price.

No?

No.

[ http://www.thegamecollection.net/the-last-of-us-remastered-ps4.html ]
£34.95

So that's £299.99 for the console, £34.95 for the game, & just over £14.00 to know that you can use a local ASDA store for warranty claims.
£30 at GameStop, and a £20 increase definitely makes this a bad deal even if you factor in ASDA having local stores. Some people may still prefer it yes, but its not really a good deal. Unless of course you didn't mention GameStop for the reasons mentioned in this thread?

I'm also surprised there's no one moaning about a code being used yet? If this was Tesco there would definitely be a few already, which again shows the bias on here.


Edited By: Bure11 on Jul 22, 2014 11:17
#37
Bure11
£30 at GameStop, and a £20 increase definitely makes this a bad deal...

...In your opinion...

Bure11
...even if you factor in ASDA having local stores. Some people may still prefer it yes, but its not really a good deal.

As mentioned above, the meaning of a "(good) deal" is subjective.

Bure11
... which again shows the bias on here.

Of course individuals are biased due to their knowledge, experience, outlook on life, &/or personal preferences.

That's the nature of voting on something.

You may not agree with it, but that doesn't make somebody else's opinion invalid, or any less valuable than your own.
#38
fanpages
Bure11
£30 at GameStop, and a £20 increase definitely makes this a bad deal...

...In your opinion...

Bure11
...even if you factor in ASDA having local stores. Some people may still prefer it yes, but its not really a good deal.

As mentioned above, the meaning of a "(good) deal" is subjective.

Bure11
... which again shows the bias on here.

Of course individuals are biased due to their knowledge, experience, outlook on life, &/or personal preferences.

That's the nature of voting on something.

You may not agree with it, but that doesn't make somebody else's opinion invalid, or any less valuable than your own.
So you're saying there's no such thing as unfair voting? So for example, I don't like Apple products so if an Iphone 5 was posted for £50 and I voted cold based on the fact that I don't like apple and wouldn't pay £50 for an Iphone 5 you think that's okay and there's no problem with that? Or again, if a PS4 was posted for £345 and a lot of people voted hot just because they like PlayStation and the retailer it was sold by, there's nothing really wrong with thinking that's a good deal?

And for the last bit, you're saying it's fair and fine for people to criticise Tesco code deals and vote cold on them because a code is involved, yet no one has an issue with ASDA code deals?
2 Likes #39
Bure11
So you're saying there's no such thing as unfair voting? So for example, I don't like Apple products so if an Iphone 5 was posted for £50 and I voted cold based on the fact that I don't like apple and wouldn't pay £50 for an Iphone 5 you think that's okay and there's no problem with that? Or again, if a PS4 was posted for £345 and a lot of people voted hot just because they like PlayStation and the retailer it was sold by, there's nothing really wrong with thinking that's a good deal?

I didn't say I agreed with it. I am simply giving you the "guidelines" on voting that the site's manager provided to me when the subject has been approached (many times) before today.

Bure11
And for the last bit, you're saying it's fair and fine for people to criticise Tesco code deals and vote cold on them because a code is involved, yet no one has an issue with ASDA code deals?

Yes. People can criticise anything they wish to.

Why do you care so much?
#40
McNabFish
50GB install. Yikes!


That's what the 500gb is for

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