Dragon Quest builders Nintendo Switch £32.99 @ Amazon (prime members)
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Dragon Quest builders Nintendo Switch £32.99 @ Amazon (prime members)

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Found 25th JanEdited by:"Aeschylus"
Only base is cheaper at 32.85. So no contest really between the two companies. You have to be a prime member or it is £35. Play the demo if you are on the fence
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Have this on ps4

Really good little game
Great game, but I couldn't pay full retail for it again. Maybe at £15-20 I could consider it.
Played the demo and had to pre order game, loved it 😁
If Base ia cheaper, why are you suggesting Amazon when the price requires Amazon Prime? Have people had bad experiences with Base lately or something?
Might try the demo a bit later, see if I like it. Thanks for this @Aeschylus
Might want to add Nintendo Switch to the title mate. Heat added
ptr36234 m ago

If Base ia cheaper, why are you suggesting Amazon when the price requires …If Base ia cheaper, why are you suggesting Amazon when the price requires Amazon Prime? Have people had bad experiences with Base lately or something?


Base are 14p cheaper, and not that they are bad, but obviously Amazon CS is miles better, so for 14p and if you are a prime customer there is no contest, obviously if you are not a prime customer then base is still the way to go
Base are consistently excellent, and can get pre-orders delivered early whereas Amazon are typically a day late - I'm not sure what your comment about "no contest really between the two companies" is trying to get at.
Illusionary8 m ago

Base are consistently excellent, and can get pre-orders delivered early …Base are consistently excellent, and can get pre-orders delivered early whereas Amazon are typically a day late - I'm not sure what your comment about "no contest really between the two companies" is trying to get at.


Why are Amazon giving £10 of orders today? Because yet again they got voted best for customer service... Base never win that. That is all I am getting at. No conspiracy here
In my experience the only benefit of Amazon over Base is that when things go wrong, Amazon start spitting £5 credits at you. Amazon totally messed up my Fire Emblem Warriors pre-order, but I got so many vouchers that when the game finally turned up it only cost me about £25. Generally I've had very good experiences from both companies.
Absolutely love how the game looks, just couldn't get into it no matter how hard I tried. That said, I'd be more than happy to have another go should this drop down to £20 ish on Switch.
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