Final fantasy XV day one edition (PS4) [French & Dutch cover but plays in English] £28.95 @ ebay via thegamecollectionoutlet
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Final fantasy XV day one edition (PS4) [French & Dutch cover but plays in English] £28.95 @ ebay via thegamecollectionoutlet

£28.95eBay Deals
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Found 8th Feb
Seems like a good price for this since Tesco don't have it at £28 anymore.
PLEASE NOTE - THIS HAS FRENCH AND DUTCH LANGUAGES ON THE COVER BUT PLAYS IN FULL ENGLISH AND IS FULLY COMPATIBLE WITH ALL UK AND EU PS4 CONSOLES.

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is it not 28 at Amazon?

Original Poster

neurotica

is it not 28 at Amazon?



Not anymore. The price went up to £32 on both Tesco and amazon deals.

Original Poster

BuzzDuraband

But their website has it in English for a quid more mate. : … But their website has it in English for a quid more mate. : http://www.thegamecollection.net/final-fantasy-xv-day-one-edition-ps4/



Oh right nvm, thanks Buzz. Ok this is a pretty bad deal then.

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Gamerofgames

Oh right nvm, thanks Buzz. Ok this is a pretty bad deal then.



I only mention it because I think the Day One DLC will be useless on a UK account bud.

BuzzDuraband

I only mention it because I think the Day One DLC will be useless on a UK … I only mention it because I think the Day One DLC will be useless on a UK account bud.


to be honest the day one stuff is useless after a couple of hours, but its better getting the uk edition for an extra £1

Gamerofgames

Oh right nvm, thanks Buzz. Ok this is a pretty bad deal then.



It's not a bad deal. It's £1 cheaper than the UK version. So it's a better deal.

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mixmixi

It's not a bad deal. It's £1 cheaper than the UK version. So it's a … It's not a bad deal. It's £1 cheaper than the UK version. So it's a better deal.



What?

A deal isn't alway dictated by its price. In such case, we are discussing a quid. What about future DLC and/or the previously mentioned DLC that is included, it won't require UK DLC, which is an issue for the PS4, unlike the Xbox One.

I didn't vote cold, because I don't vote cold, and it is obviously subjective, but for the sake of a quid. I don't see this as a 'deal' in this instance.

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BuzzDuraband

What?A deal isn't alway dictated by its price. In such case, we are … What?A deal isn't alway dictated by its price. In such case, we are discussing a quid. What about future DLC and/or the previously mentioned DLC that is included, it won't require UK DLC, which is an issue for the PS4, unlike the Xbox One.I didn't vote cold, because I don't vote cold, and it is obviously subjective, but for the sake of a quid. I don't see this as a 'deal' in this instance.



Yeah i see what you mean Buzz. Fair enough.

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Gamerofgames

Yeah i see what you mean Buzz. Fair enough.



Seriously mate. It's a good price and I'm not knocking the deal in the slightest. As I previously mentioned, I didn't vote cold, and I wouldn't (unless it's really bad :D).

But I just personally think, and I appreciate that is just my opinion, that the value is much more in the UK version. I'm going to be picking this up quite soon, as soon as I have finished RE7 tonight, and I personally would go for the UK version.

Obviously, you know I appreciate the post

BuzzDuraband

What?A deal isn't alway dictated by its price. In such case, we are … What?A deal isn't alway dictated by its price. In such case, we are discussing a quid. What about future DLC and/or the previously mentioned DLC that is included, it won't require UK DLC, which is an issue for the PS4, unlike the Xbox One.I didn't vote cold, because I don't vote cold, and it is obviously subjective, but for the sake of a quid. I don't see this as a 'deal' in this instance.



A deal is not being dictated if it's a "deal" or not by others too mate. Obviously I know in certain cases there are support for some users on this site that backs their opinions up, but in general I think it's an acceptable way to think for a same item, the cheaper the better. Obviously I'm not fussed about dlcs but nevertheless I think an EU DLC is redeemable on UK store anyways (my battleborn copy was an EU version and I redeemed the code). I see this a better deal merely because it's saving me £1, but again that's my humble option and feel free to hammer it.

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mixmixi

A deal is not being dictated if it's a "deal" or not by others too mate. … A deal is not being dictated if it's a "deal" or not by others too mate. Obviously I know in certain cases there are support for some users on this site that backs their opinions up, but in general I think it's an acceptable way to think for a same item, the cheaper the better. Obviously I'm not fussed about dlcs but nevertheless I think an EU DLC is redeemable on UK store anyways (my battleborn copy was an EU version and I redeemed the code). I see this a better deal merely because it's saving me £1, but again that's my humble option and feel free to hammer it.



I would never hammer your opinion. It's completely yours

BuzzDuraband

What?A deal isn't alway dictated by its price. In such case, we are … What?A deal isn't alway dictated by its price. In such case, we are discussing a quid. What about future DLC and/or the previously mentioned DLC that is included, it won't require UK DLC, which is an issue for the PS4, unlike the Xbox One.I didn't vote cold, because I don't vote cold, and it is obviously subjective, but for the sake of a quid. I don't see this as a 'deal' in this instance.



​However the DLC code works across borders and it does not matter in which country you buy DLC except in rarer cases between pal secam and ntsc zones where there is an actual difference in content.

I am dutch and have a dutch account yet have been buying my games including DLC codes here in the UK for many years with no problem ever.
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