Batman: Arkham VR Steam Key £6.15 Gamezville on Ebay
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Batman: Arkham VR Steam Key £6.15 Gamezville on Ebay

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Found 26th Jun 2017
Works with the Vive and the Rift, currently £11.99 in the Steam sale, I offered them 6.50 Euros which comes to r £5.95 on Paypal

Paid with paypal but they did ask me for proof of address, so I just took a picture of the latest CPC catalogue I'd got though the door

This is an actual Steam Key from what looks like a reputable seller.

I'm sure this won't be popular but if it helps someone
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also here for a little more Arkham VR
Also available for £5.65 at g2a if you're okay with buying from them
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zipt

Also available for £5.65 at g2a if you're okay with buying from … Also available for £5.65 at g2a if you're okay with buying from themhttps://www.g2a.com/batman-arkham-vr-steam-cd-key-global.html



I had a quick look and bought Dead Effect 2 VR for £4.63... seller looked dodgy as but is £15 on steam.. Key worked.
ebay, g2a, whatever... if you're happy with one you should be happy with either. cheap games on either are 90% likely to be keys bought somewhere with dodgy credit cards.

If you want to support the devs, buy from a legit source. if you just want another game in your steam collection without buying full price, then buy from these.

also, imo the game is about worth £6 in the first place. its about an hours worth of playing around. its pretty good but little to no replay value unless you're showing off your vive to people.

Edited by: "thefunkygibbon" 26th Jun 2017
I figure as I bought it for £20 on my PlayStation Account (and don't have PSVR now) I'd try it, Gamezville look like they are reputable from the history and probably benefit from being from a country in the EU, so don't have to subsidise North Ireland lol.
SavageDonkey

I figure as I bought it for £20 on my PlayStation Account (and don't have … I figure as I bought it for £20 on my PlayStation Account (and don't have PSVR now) I'd try it, Gamezville look like they are reputable from the history and probably benefit from being from a country in the EU, so don't have to subsidise North Ireland lol.


oh yeah, real reputable and EU. lol
thefunkygibbon

ebay, g2a, whatever... if you're happy with one you should be happy with … ebay, g2a, whatever... if you're happy with one you should be happy with either. cheap games on either are 90% likely to be keys bought somewhere with dodgy credit cards. If you want to support the devs, buy from a legit source. if you just want another game in your steam collection without buying full price, then buy from these.also, imo the game is about worth £6 in the first place. its about an hours worth of playing around. its pretty good but little to no replay value unless you're showing off your vive to people.



Preach. Thats why so many game dev are putting out their content online instead of tradition distro methods
SavageDonkey26th Jun

I had a quick look and bought Dead Effect 2 VR for £4.63... seller looked …I had a quick look and bought Dead Effect 2 VR for £4.63... seller looked dodgy as but is £15 on steam.. Key worked.


Where did you got that Dead Effect 2 VR?
lucyferror4 h, 12 m ago

Where did you got that Dead Effect 2 VR?

On g2a
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