Call of duty Ghosts PS4(+ xbox one) £44, Battlefield 4 PS4  £42, Watch Dogs PS4 (£47) @ Amazon
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Call of duty Ghosts PS4(+ xbox one) £44, Battlefield 4 PS4 £42, Watch Dogs PS4 (£47) @ Amazon

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waiting till it drops to about £35

Original Poster

sats1987

waiting till it drops to about £35



Wait all you like.

Seems like the cheapest price for these games at the moment. Thanks.

Original Poster

Quite a few people have voted this hot, but to many PS4 haters

Cold. £47 for a game is too much, regardless of what console it is on.

guaranteed a week or 2 after launch these games will be £40 or umder!

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mrb30

guaranteed a week or 2 after launch these games will be £40 or umder!



And your point is? Games drop in price over time. Also how do you intend to guarantee it.

I tend to clock them and sell them and make most of my money back. I could wait and get it a bit cheaper but not get nearly as much trade in value. Also new console games tend to hold value a bit longer then usual due to lack of titles (unless the console or game is pants) which is not likely to be the case.
Edited by: "MikeLondon" 24th Aug 2013

They won't be under 40 quid this year

wooo get you..too much coffee this mornin!

I'm more concerned about the quality of these games after reading recent reports on graphic etc

good prices tho so hot from me.

amazon on fire at the moment

MikeLondon

And your point is? Games drop in price over time. Also how do you intend … And your point is? Games drop in price over time. Also how do you intend to guarantee it. I tend to clock them and sell them and make most of my money back. I could wait and get it a bit cheaper but not get nearly as much trade in value. Also new console games tend to hold value a bit longer then usual due to lack of titles (unless the console or game is pants) which is not likely to be the case.



This is not the type of game you "clock" as you put it and take back, this is mainly a online multiplayer game that if its good you will keep for years.
I still have the first cod because its so good and won't part with it, this is a good price for this game ATM but I do agree that the price will drop even further when the PS4 is actually lunched.

Decent price in my opinion, also FIFA 14 is £42.00. This might be the lowest on PS4 unless shops like zavvi and the hut begin to price match.

Edited by: "ibzzzz" 24th Aug 2013

Original Poster

mrb30

wooo get you..too much coffee this mornin!



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Best price at the moment, but I agree. Games should never be more then 35 quid. Quite disgusting they charge this much.

I can't see the next gen games becoming cheap for a while, maybe sit between 35 and 45 quid and thats it. Simply because they isn't gonna be loads of games for the new systems, so people will have to buy the few they is, especially on ps4, which seems to have a lot less retail games, although I reckon sony didn't want to play all their cards at once.

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jasonh1339

This is not the type of game you "clock" as you put it and take back, … This is not the type of game you "clock" as you put it and take back, this is mainly a online multiplayer game that if its good you will keep for years.I still have the first cod because its so good and won't part with it, this is a good price for this game ATM but I do agree that the price will drop even further when the PS4 is actually lunched.



Its down to preference, for me the single player campaign mode is more important as I will only play one multilayer game obsessively at a time (and it will probably be killzone for me). But I can clock the single player campaign of this within a day or two and sell it for virtually the same price tp places like cex. I am not sure how DLC will work but if it is the same as with the PS3 I can register the DLC codes and buy back the game second hand for a fraction of the cost months later.

I wish I knew how much digital prices would be, I'd assume £50

Stupidliy high, these arent the 16/64bit cartridge days.

£47 for a game wow, sorry got to vote cold not a good deal at all.

I think next-gen could stay close to full price until after Christmas.

MikeLondon

Quite a few people have voted this hot, but to many PS4 haters


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chrisevans9738

I'm more concerned about the quality of these games after reading recent … I'm more concerned about the quality of these games after reading recent reports on graphic etcgood prices tho so hot from me.amazon on fire at the moment



If your concerned about graphics then buy a PC.

I'm getting Killzone Shadowfall. The only truly next-gen FPS IMO.

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They will end up £39.99 by launch

cheers op, got Fifa 14 for £36 something with a bit of flubit

Hopefully a sign the games will be around £40 around launch. Good deal.

Can't believe some people on this site, as soon as something comes out they're like 'wait till it drops below x amount'. A next gen consoles brand new game and they will shell out the full amount for a brand new console but will skimp out on paying for the games. And people wonder why the games industry is failing

Better than the prices I saw on GAME, how does Amazon's preorder work do they charge now or when dispatched? Heat

cheers op, just ordered Battlefield 4 on PS4, hopefully the price might drop a little bit more by release, but this is one game I am happy to throw £42 at.
Also demanded an offer from Flubit, but I wonder what they would be like for getting the game on release day.
Edited by: "kevinc6784" 24th Aug 2013

People moan about £40-£50 a game being too expensive but when you thinking about taking a family of four to the cinema, that can end up costing more and that's only for 2 hours of (hopeful) entertainment.

Same applies to going to watch Football - compared to these game prices, football tickets are extortionate.

I've pre-ordered Ghosts and Fifa 14 for PS4.

ivordeal

People moan about £40-£50 a game being too expensive but when you t … People moan about £40-£50 a game being too expensive but when you thinking about taking a family of four to the cinema, that can end up costing more and that's only for 2 hours of (hopeful) entertainment.Same applies to going to watch Football - compared to these game prices, football tickets are extortionate. I've pre-ordered Ghosts and Fifa 14 for PS4.



I remember when Street Fighter 2 Championship Edition for the megadrive was like £60+ 20 years ago..

the amount of time put into developing that game vs these next gen isn't even comparable.

These complaining idiots will rack up 100+ hours on multiplayer....sell the game for £20 and still complain the initial £45 outlay was too much!!

Sony have announced a scheme where if you own a PS3 version of a game you can upgrade to PS4 for £10.

This means you will be able to get these games for the price of the PS3 version (£25 to £35) + £10.

Realistically a few weeks after launch the PS3 versions come down to £20 so you may be able to get these upgrades for a total of £30.

Don't understand why people are voting cold, these are the CHEAPEST pre-orders going and so should be voted hot. Unless of course you want to be paying £50 - £55 everywhere else!

"Next gen", aka current gen for PC. X)

COLD £44? I saw the trailer for COD:Ghosts back in 2007

Edited by: "Change_Me" 24th Aug 2013

can the ps3 version be played on the ps4?

I dont see why some are shocked that games increase in price over time. gone are the days of bedroom coders (with some indie exceptions) and most studios employ dozens of developers. funnily enough this costs money. many multiplayer games last for months and are well worth it in terms of £ per hour compared to dvds for instance.

try buying a new car or house at 80s prices and see how far you get.

1616french

can the ps3 version be played on the ps4?


no

This website is pretty good, you can set up alerts for when the price drops:

find-game.co.uk/

ivordeal

People moan about £40-£50 a game being too expensive but when you t … People moan about £40-£50 a game being too expensive but when you thinking about taking a family of four to the cinema, that can end up costing more and that's only for 2 hours of (hopeful) entertainment.Same applies to going to watch Football - compared to these game prices, football tickets are extortionate. I've pre-ordered Ghosts and Fifa 14 for PS4.


Why does this need to be compared to other forms of entertainment? Gaming is completely different to watching movies or going to watch a football game. No matter how you look at it, £40-£50 is ridiculous compared to the prices we've been used to this gen. A family going to the theatre can easily push costs above £100 for a few hours of entertainment, that doesn't mean it's fine for games to cost more than £100.
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