Darkness II £1 (Preowned) @ Cex
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Darkness II £1 (Preowned) @ Cex

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Found 30th Jan
They have just made this game backwards compatible.£25 on the store. It's £2.50 with delivery
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bobac6 m ago

4 pounds brand new delivered on ebay if anyone is interested in a new copy


This is a deal site not a millionaires club
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4 pounds brand new delivered on ebay if anyone is interested in a new copy
Edited by: "bobac" 30th Jan
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bobac6 m ago

4 pounds brand new delivered on ebay if anyone is interested in a new copy


This is a deal site not a millionaires club
deleted64606330th Jan

This is a deal site not a millionaires club


Judging by some of the deals posted here, id be surprised if someone hasnt bagged an extra quid and a bit to spend on a cleaner copy Just mentioning it to anyone who clicked just for the backwords compatibility release.
Really liked the first one. Had its flaws. But did find the story compelling.
First one was much better
Excellent game. Probably the best £1 you will ever spend.
Bob_Green30th Jan

This is a deal site not a millionaires club


"By the age of 50, most UK adults will have spent around £1million, with a third going on housing costs and just over £200,000 lavished on holidays, eating out and entertainment."
thisismoney.co.uk/mon…tml
...as an HDUK member, will you be spending more than average on entertainment?

Back in 2005: "Leisure and going out cost £236,312 on average"
news.bbc.co.uk/1/h…stm
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EQL27 m ago

"By the age of 50, most UK adults will have spent around £1million, with …"By the age of 50, most UK adults will have spent around £1million, with a third going on housing costs and just over £200,000 lavished on holidays, eating out and entertainment."http://www.thisismoney.co.uk/money/bills/article-4208526/UK-households-spend-1-9m-lifetime.html...as an HDUK member, will you be spending more than average on entertainment?Back in 2005: "Leisure and going out cost £236,312 on average"http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/business/4482441.stm


Absolutely no idea what you are on about, my comment was a bit of banter!
deleted64606331st Jan

Absolutely no idea what you are on about, my comment was a bit of banter!



So was mine, was just pointing out that we all will probably "see" £1m through our lives, even if we don't have it just now...
£6 now in store
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