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The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt GOTY PS4 £21.99 (Pre-Owned) @ Grainger Games

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I know it's cheaper on the PS Store but for those who prefer the physical copy. DLC is included on the disc. Read More
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8m, 3d agoFound 8 months, 3 days ago
I know it's cheaper on the PS Store but for those who prefer the physical copy. DLC is included on the disc.
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4 Likes #1
The Witcher GOTY and Bloodborne GOTY should never drop below £40... masterpieces
#2
Heat added but you should probably clarify its used in the title.
2 Likes #3
Pre Owned
#4
oUkTuRkEyIII
Pre Owned

Dlcs on disc 8)
3 Likes #5
thecoolguy
oUkTuRkEyIII
Pre Owned

Dlcs on disc 8)


I think turkey knows that, but it's worth stating that its not brand new.
#6
Anyone who owns this version can tell me how much space does it require to install on PS4? Thanks.
4 Likes #7


Doesn't come with a disk, does it? Also it's 40GB of download for a £1 difference! Silly not pay the physical.
#8
mixmixi
Doesn't come with a disk, does it? Also it's 40GB of download for a £1 difference! Silly not pay the physical.

plus you can resell it for 20quid, so will only cost you 2quid overall.
#9
thecoolguy
mixmixi
Doesn't come with a disk, does it? Also it's 40GB of download for a £1 difference! Silly not pay the physical.

plus you can resell it for 20quid, so will only cost you 2quid overall.


Exactly.. why would you want to buy a something with no resale value
2 Likes #10
BenPS26
thecoolguy
mixmixi
Doesn't come with a disk, does it? Also it's 40GB of download for a £1 difference! Silly not pay the physical.

plus you can resell it for 20quid, so will only cost you 2quid overall.


Exactly.. why would you want to buy a something with no resale value


Some are just plain lazy and cba having to change discs. I only buy digital if its the only option or the price is too awesome to ignore.
#11
I finally took plunge on psn for 20.99
was looking forward to this but it plays poorly. the character moves too fast nd talks too slow and sounds like dark knight even on lowest setting. nightmare trying to pick something up. text is too small. could be a really good game if done first person like skyrim. brilliant looking BTW.
1 Like #12
39wizball
I finally took plunge on psn for 20.99
was looking forward to this but it plays poorly. the character moves too fast nd talks too slow and sounds like dark knight even on lowest setting. nightmare trying to pick something up. text is too small. could be a really good game if done first person like skyrim. brilliant looking BTW.

you're trolling right?
#13
I avoid digital like the plague. When my PS4 got the Blue light of Death I sold my games (10+) and picked up another PS4 bundle from Tesco for a little over £60. If I was digital, I'd be screwed
#14
Buy Skyrim instead...this game only got recognition because it's got T&A in it.

Edited By: propagandapanda on Nov 20, 2016 21:41
#15
scortching!
2 Likes #16
BenPS26
thecoolguy
mixmixi
Doesn't come with a disk, does it? Also it's 40GB of download for a £1 difference! Silly not pay the physical.

plus you can resell it for 20quid, so will only cost you 2quid overall.


Exactly.. why would you want to buy a something with no resale value


I always like having it on a shelf too
1 Like #17
fuzzle3
39wizball
I finally took plunge on psn for 20.99
was looking forward to this but it plays poorly. the character moves too fast nd talks too slow and sounds like dark knight even on lowest setting. nightmare trying to pick something up. text is too small. could be a really good game if done first person like skyrim. brilliant looking BTW.

you're trolling right?


not at all just an opinion after playing it for a few hours.
banned 1 Like #18
propagandapanda
But Skyrim instead...this game only got recognition because it's got T&A in it.
Yeah, like no one has played Skyrim before.
2 Likes #19
Heat added :)
It's only £3 more brand new over at Tesco with free delivery if you want peace of mind over where these might've been...
1 Like #20
39wizball
I finally took plunge on psn for 20.99
was looking forward to this but it plays poorly. the character moves too fast nd talks too slow and sounds like dark knight even on lowest setting. nightmare trying to pick something up. text is too small. could be a really good game if done first person like skyrim. brilliant looking BTW.
Stick with it, it is a fantastic game.
I agree though, the text is too small but you can change it...
options menu >> display >> HUD configuration >> toggle between small/large.
1 Like #21
39wizball
fuzzle3
39wizball
I finally took plunge on psn for 20.99
was looking forward to this but it plays poorly. the character moves too fast nd talks too slow and sounds like dark knight even on lowest setting. nightmare trying to pick something up. text is too small. could be a really good game if done first person like skyrim. brilliant looking BTW.
you're trolling right?
not at all just an opinion after playing it for a few hours.

It took me around 10 hours before i really started to love it. These types of game usually take a few hours to get going i feel. It happened in dragonage inquisition too.
#22
[email protected]
39wizball
I finally took plunge on psn for 20.99
was looking forward to this but it plays poorly. the character moves too fast nd talks too slow and sounds like dark knight even on lowest setting. nightmare trying to pick something up. text is too small. could be a really good game if done first person like skyrim. brilliant looking BTW.
Stick with it, it is a fantastic game.
I agree though, the text is too small but you can change it...
options menu >> display >> HUD configuration >> toggle between small/large.


it is on large. even on a 50in it's stupid small. I might play it again but first impressions last I suppose. I think it was probably designed for people on pc who sit at a desk and watch 2 feet away.
#23
Not a fan of s/h games but heat none the less...
#24
H_R_Ali
I avoid digital like the plague. When my PS4 got the Blue light of Death I sold my games (10+) and picked up another PS4 bundle from Tesco for a little over £60. If I was digital, I'd be screwed
Why screwed, just log into the new PS4 with your gamer tag and re download
#25
excellent!! cheers!!
#26
BenPS26
thecoolguy
mixmixi
Doesn't come with a disk, does it? Also it's 40GB of download for a £1 difference! Silly not pay the physical.
plus you can resell it for 20quid, so will only cost you 2quid overall.
Exactly.. why would you want to buy a something with no resale value


Ooh yeah wouldn't want to miss out on the £7 trade in value you will get for this once you're done with it. If the price is right I'll always buy games I know I'll like digital. It's more convenient, saves wear and tear in the console and most importantly is in my library forever. I recently plugged my PS3 in and downloaded hundreds of pounds of classic games for nowt - Ico, Shadow of the Colossus, Portal 2 are just a few I've replayed. That alone, for me, is all the reason needed to buy digital!
#27
when you say the dlc is included on the disk, do you mean there won't be a redeemable code (or already redeemed, as with most preowned games) in the box? it's just on the disk?
#28
corey1993
39wizball
fuzzle3
39wizball
I finally took plunge on psn for 20.99
was looking forward to this but it plays poorly. the character moves too fast nd talks too slow and sounds like dark knight even on lowest setting. nightmare trying to pick something up. text is too small. could be a really good game if done first person like skyrim. brilliant looking BTW.
you're trolling right?
not at all just an opinion after playing it for a few hours.

It took me around 10 hours before i really started to love it. These types of game usually take a few hours to get going i feel. It happened in dragonage inquisition too.


Man, 10 hours is my limit for when I get bored of most games...
banned#29
prankster101
corey1993
39wizball
fuzzle3
39wizball
I finally took plunge on psn for 20.99
was looking forward to this but it plays poorly. the character moves too fast nd talks too slow and sounds like dark knight even on lowest setting. nightmare trying to pick something up. text is too small. could be a really good game if done first person like skyrim. brilliant looking BTW.
you're trolling right?
not at all just an opinion after playing it for a few hours.
It took me around 10 hours before i really started to love it. These types of game usually take a few hours to get going i feel. It happened in dragonage inquisition too.
Man, 10 hours is my limit for when I get bored of most games...
Guess Zelda and Final Fantasy games aren't your thing then.
banned 1 Like #30
heeljames
BenPS26
thecoolguy
mixmixi
Doesn't come with a disk, does it? Also it's 40GB of download for a £1 difference! Silly not pay the physical.
plus you can resell it for 20quid, so will only cost you 2quid overall.
Exactly.. why would you want to buy a something with no resale value

Ooh yeah wouldn't want to miss out on the £7 trade in value you will get for this once you're done with it. If the price is right I'll always buy games I know I'll like digital. It's more convenient, saves wear and tear in the console and most importantly is in my library forever. I recently plugged my PS3 in and downloaded hundreds of pounds of classic games for nowt - Ico, Shadow of the Colossus, Portal 2 are just a few I've replayed. That alone, for me, is all the reason needed to buy digital!
That's while you can download. At some point in the future Sony will cease from supporting PlayStation 3 and those digital games won't be able to be downloaded.
#31
paulj48
H_R_Ali
I avoid digital like the plague. When my PS4 got the Blue light of Death I sold my games (10+) and picked up another PS4 bundle from Tesco for a little over £60. If I was digital, I'd be screwed
Why screwed, just log into the new PS4 with your gamer tag and re download


Yeah but I'd have to fork out £200 for a new console. The games I had included Alien Isolation, GTA V, Shadow of Mordor, I wouldn't want to play them again anyways.
1 Like #32
Naralie
when you say the dlc is included on the disk, do you mean there won't be a redeemable code (or already redeemed, as with most preowned games) in the box? it's just on the disk?


it's on the disk. No need to redeem
#33
BenPS26
Naralie
when you say the dlc is included on the disk, do you mean there won't be a redeemable code (or already redeemed, as with most preowned games) in the box? it's just on the disk?
it's on the disk. No need to redeem
good guys cd projekt red <3
#34
Spasho
prankster101
corey1993
39wizball
fuzzle3
39wizball
I finally took plunge on psn for 20.99
was looking forward to this but it plays poorly. the character moves too fast nd talks too slow and sounds like dark knight even on lowest setting. nightmare trying to pick something up. text is too small. could be a really good game if done first person like skyrim. brilliant looking BTW.
you're trolling right?
not at all just an opinion after playing it for a few hours.
It took me around 10 hours before i really started to love it. These types of game usually take a few hours to get going i feel. It happened in dragonage inquisition too.
Man, 10 hours is my limit for when I get bored of most games...
Guess Zelda and Final Fantasy games aren't your thing then.


"Most"...
#35
orangebastage
BenPS26
thecoolguy
mixmixi
Doesn't come with a disk, does it? Also it's 40GB of download for a £1 difference! Silly not pay the physical.
plus you can resell it for 20quid, so will only cost you 2quid overall.
Exactly.. why would you want to buy a something with no resale value
Some are just plain lazy and cba having to change discs. I only buy digital if its the only option or the price is too awesome to ignore.

If you play in bed or use remote play then having everything digital is a huge plus.
1 Like #36
heeljames
BenPS26
thecoolguy
mixmixi
Doesn't come with a disk, does it? Also it's 40GB of download for a £1 difference! Silly not pay the physical.
plus you can resell it for 20quid, so will only cost you 2quid overall.
Exactly.. why would you want to buy a something with no resale value


Ooh yeah wouldn't want to miss out on the £7 trade in value you will get for this once you're done with it. If the price is right I'll always buy games I know I'll like digital. It's more convenient, saves wear and tear in the console and most importantly is in my library forever. I recently plugged my PS3 in and downloaded hundreds of pounds of classic games for nowt - Ico, Shadow of the Colossus, Portal 2 are just a few I've replayed. That alone, for me, is all the reason needed to buy digital!


Hundred of pounds you paid and now can be picked up for next to nothing. Digital only is false economy
#37
Spasho
prankster101
corey1993
39wizball
fuzzle3
39wizball
I finally took plunge on psn for 20.99
was looking forward to this but it plays poorly. the character moves too fast nd talks too slow and sounds like dark knight even on lowest setting. nightmare trying to pick something up. text is too small. could be a really good game if done first person like skyrim. brilliant looking BTW.
you're trolling right?
not at all just an opinion after playing it for a few hours.
It took me around 10 hours before i really started to love it. These types of game usually take a few hours to get going i feel. It happened in dragonage inquisition too.
Man, 10 hours is my limit for when I get bored of most games...
Guess Zelda and Final Fantasy games aren't your thing then.


Prankster already told me before he's not a fan of RPG games. He does like short games like senran kagura thou ;):p
1 Like #38
heeljames
BenPS26
thecoolguy
mixmixi
Doesn't come with a disk, does it? Also it's 40GB of download for a £1 difference! Silly not pay the physical.
plus you can resell it for 20quid, so will only cost you 2quid overall.
Exactly.. why would you want to buy a something with no resale value


Ooh yeah wouldn't want to miss out on the £7 trade in value you will get for this once you're done with it. If the price is right I'll always buy games I know I'll like digital. It's more convenient, saves wear and tear in the console and most importantly is in my library forever. I recently plugged my PS3 in and downloaded hundreds of pounds of classic games for nowt - Ico, Shadow of the Colossus, Portal 2 are just a few I've replayed. That alone, for me, is all the reason needed to buy digital!


I do prefer physical, you're a fan of digital. We both pre-order a game. I pay somewhere between 10-30% less on my preorder. We both get the game and play it, we both finish it in a certain amount of time. You delete it from your HD to make more space for next game, I do the same but also take it to a retailer to trade it back, I lose a few pounds, you lose the whole value of preorder. We both want to play that game again after x months, I go back and buy it for X% less than what I sold it back, play it and sell it back again, you repeat what you did at first, I earn almost nearly what I paid for it second time. X years passed, we want to play it again. I buy it for the price of a bean, you are still stuck with the preorder price you paid. I decide it's not worth it to sell it back anymore and keep it, but I'll end up with the game for a small amount of money and you with the full preorder price.

P.S got an email from Sony last month that they're going to terminate the Fat Princes (PS3) from their store, best to start downloading it on your PS3 if you own it! ;)
#39
pannan
heeljames
BenPS26
thecoolguy
mixmixi
Doesn't come with a disk, does it? Also it's 40GB of download for a £1 difference! Silly not pay the physical.
plus you can resell it for 20quid, so will only cost you 2quid overall.
Exactly.. why would you want to buy a something with no resale value
Ooh yeah wouldn't want to miss out on the £7 trade in value you will get for this once you're done with it. If the price is right I'll always buy games I know I'll like digital. It's more convenient, saves wear and tear in the console and most importantly is in my library forever. I recently plugged my PS3 in and downloaded hundreds of pounds of classic games for nowt - Ico, Shadow of the Colossus, Portal 2 are just a few I've replayed. That alone, for me, is all the reason needed to buy digital!
Hundred of pounds you paid and now can be picked up for next to nothing. Digital only is false economy
What you have just described is called depreciation and it happens to almost every item bought and sold on the planet. Don't see many physical games from 2006 selling for £40 still do you?

@mixmixi actually I tend to keep all my games on my HDD unless I'm desperate. Last 3 digital purchases I've made are Titanfall 2 (£30), Witcher 3 (£20) and Amnesia Collection (£16). I stopped trading in games a long time ago, I keep all games I enjoy unless I really can't afford to - trade in value means little to me. Sure, there are the odd flops (looking at you Evolve) but this attitude of "Digital is the devil" is just madness and frankly backwards. Music and movie consumption have gone digital, it won't be long before games do the same.
#40
heeljames
pannan
heeljames
BenPS26
thecoolguy
mixmixi
Doesn't come with a disk, does it? Also it's 40GB of download for a £1 difference! Silly not pay the physical.
plus you can resell it for 20quid, so will only cost you 2quid overall.
Exactly.. why would you want to buy a something with no resale value
Ooh yeah wouldn't want to miss out on the £7 trade in value you will get for this once you're done with it. If the price is right I'll always buy games I know I'll like digital. It's more convenient, saves wear and tear in the console and most importantly is in my library forever. I recently plugged my PS3 in and downloaded hundreds of pounds of classic games for nowt - Ico, Shadow of the Colossus, Portal 2 are just a few I've replayed. That alone, for me, is all the reason needed to buy digital!
Hundred of pounds you paid and now can be picked up for next to nothing. Digital only is false economy
What you have just described is called depreciation and it happens to almost every item bought and sold on the planet. Don't see many physical games from 2006 selling for £40 still do you?

@mixmixi actually I tend to keep all my games on my HDD unless I'm desperate. Last 3 digital purchases I've made are Titanfall 2 (£30), Witcher 3 (£20) and Amnesia Collection (£16). I stopped trading in games a long time ago, I keep all games I enjoy unless I really can't afford to - trade in value means little to me. Sure, there are the odd flops (looking at you Evolve) but this attitude of "Digital is the devil" is just madness and frankly backwards. Music and movie consumption have gone digital, it won't be long before games do the same.


Movie and music and forgot to say PC games have gone digital, you know why? To reduce the piracy! In fact all these categories are far cheaper to be purchased digital! Unlike console games ;) less not fool each other

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