Final Fantasy XII The Zodiac Age (PS4) £12 (Prime) £13.99 (Non-Prime) Delivered @ Amazon
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Final Fantasy XII The Zodiac Age (PS4) £12 (Prime) £13.99 (Non-Prime) Delivered @ Amazon

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Found 27th Jan
Match of Tesco. Might be useful topeople with voucher etc
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Damn just bought xenoblade 2 for the switch otherwise i might have got this. Heat as always.
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Gamerofgames3 m ago

Damn just bought xenoblade 2 for the switch otherwise i might have got …Damn just bought xenoblade 2 for the switch otherwise i might have got this. Heat as always.


I ordered this. If you have Prime you can give yourself sometime to get together and choose a nominated date for delivery in a week time. Amazon only charges on despatch. Not to mention you can always edit the order and move it to a further date. I still have evil within 2 (match of Very) from almost 20 days ago waiting to be delivered.
Edited by: "mixmixi" 27th Jan
mixmixi1 m ago

I ordered this. If you have Prime you can give yourself sometime to get …I ordered this. If you have Prime you can give yourself sometime to get together and choose a nominated date for delivery in a week time. Amazon only charges on despatch. Not to mention you can always edit the order and move it to a further date. I still have evil within 2 (match of Very) from almost 20 days ago waiting to be delivered.


Ooh good idea might need to do that. Thanks
Okay, I can die happy now knowing people are enjoying a great game at such an amazing price. Seriously.
Does this follow on from X and X-2 or is it a new game completely
Good deal, voted hot but will be available on steam on 1st Feb
vsy14 m ago

Does this follow on from X and X-2 or is it a new game completely


Its a new game completely. Even has a different battle system compared to the previous.
Edited by: "malachi" 27th Jan
Still £12 at tesco and free delivery. This is good for prime only
Damn just ordered via Tesco as well - now I have to wait
Already ordered at tesco a day or so ago, but with prime I could get my order on monday now instead of the potential 1-2 weeks I am familiar with tesco, debating cancelling the order just in case as amazon does has a customer service I am more familiar with, not too desperate to play this game immediately though as I've been waiting for the price to drop since release
Felicitous2 h, 25 m ago

Already ordered at tesco a day or so ago, but with prime I could get my …Already ordered at tesco a day or so ago, but with prime I could get my order on monday now instead of the potential 1-2 weeks I am familiar with tesco, debating cancelling the order just in case as amazon does has a customer service I am more familiar with, not too desperate to play this game immediately though as I've been waiting for the price to drop since release



ordered from tesco with click and collect from my close store. arrived in 2 days
debesis262 h, 35 m ago

ordered from tesco with click and collect from my close store. arrived in …ordered from tesco with click and collect from my close store. arrived in 2 days


That's great for you but for me to get to a Tesco would cost a lot more in travel then say waiting 2 weeks for delivery, because they aren't in walking distance from my house, or on a bus route, or any other logical form of transport that wouldn't triple the price of this game, basically I don't live in a city. when I have ordered games before form tesco it took 1-2 weeks for dispatch and delivery for items to actually arrive for me. which is why I was debating just cancelling there and going with a store that has customer service that responds quickly for me, should things go wrong. and would deliver on Monday, however time isn't as issue on delivery of this game for me, as I said, I am unlikely to actually play this in the next week due to schedule, so I am essentially debating switching for better customer experience of it's its not worth bothering.
So factoring in click and collect is completely irrelevant to me, and would mean I would have to cancel the order anyway, and still take longer than amazon delivery which I was considering, since they do next day.
Basically I'm not sure what you were trying to say in your comment?
Felicitous28 m ago

That's great for you but for me to get to a Tesco would cost a lot more in …That's great for you but for me to get to a Tesco would cost a lot more in travel then say waiting 2 weeks for delivery, because they aren't in walking distance from my house, or on a bus route, or any other logical form of transport that wouldn't triple the price of this game, basically I don't live in a city. when I have ordered games before form tesco it took 1-2 weeks for dispatch and delivery for items to actually arrive for me. which is why I was debating just cancelling there and going with a store that has customer service that responds quickly for me, should things go wrong. and would deliver on Monday, however time isn't as issue on delivery of this game for me, as I said, I am unlikely to actually play this in the next week due to schedule, so I am essentially debating switching for better customer experience of it's its not worth bothering.So factoring in click and collect is completely irrelevant to me, and would mean I would have to cancel the order anyway, and still take longer than amazon delivery which I was considering, since they do next day.Basically I'm not sure what you were trying to say in your comment?



I assumed you had a tesco somewhere around as they are everywhere but in this case seems like better option for you is to use Amazon
tesco deal comes with a free t shirt, no?
I never got into Final Fantasy games have I missed a chunk of gaming nirvana?
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subyd8 h, 16 m ago

tesco deal comes with a free t shirt, no?


No.
vsy21 h, 50 m ago

Does this follow on from X and X-2 or is it a new game completely


Every numbered Final Fantasy game is completely unrelated to all the others, except for maybe them being set in the same world (eg. XII is set in Ivalice, which is also the setting for Final Fantasy Tactics and Vagrant Story) and the occasional obscure reference that you don't need to get.
Occasionally a Final Fantasy game gets a direct sequel but those always have different names - that's why the sequel to X was called X-2 and not XI, and XIII got two sequels - XIII-2 and Lightning Returns.



zakkyb21 h, 37 m ago

Good deal, voted hot but will be available on steam on 1st Feb



Yes, but at a much higher price. When it was announced for PS4 I expected a PC version eventually, because all Final Fantasy games are appearing on Steam these days, but if it had been released sooner it might have been on sale at this price by now. I might buy it on sale one day but I've already bit the bullet and got the PS4 version. It feels right playing it on a Playstation console anyway.
reddragon10554 m ago

Every numbered Final Fantasy game is completely unrelated to all the …Every numbered Final Fantasy game is completely unrelated to all the others, except for maybe them being set in the same world (eg. XII is set in Ivalice, which is also the setting for Final Fantasy Tactics and Vagrant Story) and the occasional obscure reference that you don't need to get.Occasionally a Final Fantasy game gets a direct sequel but those always have different names - that's why the sequel to X was called X-2 and not XI, and XIII got two sequels - XIII-2 and Lightning Returns.Yes, but at a much higher price. When it was announced for PS4 I expected a PC version eventually, because all Final Fantasy games are appearing on Steam these days, but if it had been released sooner it might have been on sale at this price by now. I might buy it on sale one day but I've already bit the bullet and got the PS4 version. It feels right playing it on a Playstation console anyway.


Thanks, I think that’s where I’ve got confused 🙄. This is 12 not “10-2 - the zodiac age”... Senior moment
reddragon1053 h, 27 m ago

Every numbered Final Fantasy game is completely unrelated to all the …Every numbered Final Fantasy game is completely unrelated to all the others, except for maybe them being set in the same world (eg. XII is set in Ivalice, which is also the setting for Final Fantasy Tactics and Vagrant Story) and the occasional obscure reference that you don't need to get.Occasionally a Final Fantasy game gets a direct sequel but those always have different names - that's why the sequel to X was called X-2 and not XI, and XIII got two sequels - XIII-2 and Lightning Returns.Yes, but at a much higher price. When it was announced for PS4 I expected a PC version eventually, because all Final Fantasy games are appearing on Steam these days, but if it had been released sooner it might have been on sale at this price by now. I might buy it on sale one day but I've already bit the bullet and got the PS4 version. It feels right playing it on a Playstation console anyway.


What is the launch price for steam? I haven't been able to find it

Edit - also I understand your point about it feeling at home on a PS but surely the 60fps vs 30fps merits a PC buy
Edited by: "zakkyb" 28th Jan
zakkyb5 h, 33 m ago

What is the launch price for steam? I haven't been able to find itEdit - …What is the launch price for steam? I haven't been able to find itEdit - also I understand your point about it feeling at home on a PS but surely the 60fps vs 30fps merits a PC buy


Yeah there's no price for it yet but it's probably going to be £30 or so. I think I read somewhere that it was going to be $50 with a 20% discount for the first week, but maybe that was XV.

I'm sure I'll pick it up on Steam at some point (just bought VII, VIII and IX for Steam in the Humble Store sale, despite still having the original Playstation versions and also having bought the new PS4 versions of VII and IX, which are basically the PC versions anyway) but 60fps isn't enough of a priority for me in a Final Fantasy game to bite at full price, especially when I already have it on PS4.
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