Gravity Rush 2 (PS4) £14.85 Delivered @ Shopto via eBay
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Gravity Rush 2 (PS4) £14.85 Delivered @ Shopto via eBay

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Edited by:"mixmixi"Found 24th Nov
1p cheaper than their website and also TCB is giving 5% on eBay.

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prankster10112 m ago

I know, right? Given the price tag, GR2 and Nioh are literally the best …I know, right? Given the price tag, GR2 and Nioh are literally the best games EVER in terms of ROI.EDIT: Forgot that Wolfenstein 2 is the best game ever. Maybe. Don't know... It's £20. So that makes it "worth it" in my book.So many gooooooooooooooooooooooood games for soooooooooooooooooooooooo little money.


I appreciate they're all good games, but is it probably not best waiting to see if they drop on Black Friday? I appreciate it's only 365 days away, but let's not be premature, yeah?
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HEAT!

The journey of this game this black Friday heat mate

Bure116 m ago

The journey of this game this black Friday heat mate


I know, right? Given the price tag, GR2 and Nioh are literally the best games EVER in terms of ROI.

EDIT: Forgot that Wolfenstein 2 is the best game ever. Maybe. Don't know... It's £20. So that makes it "worth it" in my book.

So many gooooooooooooooooooooooood games for soooooooooooooooooooooooo little money.
Edited by: "prankster101" 24th Nov

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Bure111 m ago

The journey of this game this black Friday heat mate


I’ve actually ordered preowned from GG earlier this morning. I’ve now dropped them an email to cancel since I ordered it from Shopto thanks to @prankster101

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prankster1017 m ago

I know, right? Given the price tag, GR2 and Nioh are literally the best …I know, right? Given the price tag, GR2 and Nioh are literally the best games EVER in terms of ROI.EDIT: Forgot that Wolfenstein 2 is the best game ever. Maybe. Don't know... It's £20. So that makes it "worth it" in my book.So many gooooooooooooooooooooooood games for soooooooooooooooooooooooo little money.


Wolfie is good but as told you it’ll be £6.99 in January.

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prankster10112 m ago

I know, right? Given the price tag, GR2 and Nioh are literally the best …I know, right? Given the price tag, GR2 and Nioh are literally the best games EVER in terms of ROI.EDIT: Forgot that Wolfenstein 2 is the best game ever. Maybe. Don't know... It's £20. So that makes it "worth it" in my book.So many gooooooooooooooooooooooood games for soooooooooooooooooooooooo little money.


I appreciate they're all good games, but is it probably not best waiting to see if they drop on Black Friday? I appreciate it's only 365 days away, but let's not be premature, yeah?

BuzzDuraband14 m ago

I appreciate they're all good games, but is it probably not best waiting …I appreciate they're all good games, but is it probably not best waiting to see if they drop on Black Friday? I appreciate it's only 365 days away, but let's not be premature, yeah?



See... GR2, Nioh, Horizon Zero Dawn, Wolfenstein 2, The Evil Within 2, Persona 5... All those games can probably be gotten for around £100. That's like 1/3 the price of the Switch base unit. And I'm like "What the fcuk? I thought it was all about the games. Why would people want to buy into that abomination and its over-priced ecosystem?"

At £300... Wait... Did I say that right?

THREE HUNDRED POUNDS?!?!?!?!

What? For £300, the Switch can't even do proper HD? Might as well smear vaseline all over my TV. Urgh...

Nintendo fans sure are blind. Or are suffering from Stockholm Syndrome. Or both...

Man, am I glad I suffer from neither.

Fools gold, innit?
Edited by: "prankster101" 24th Nov

prankster1013 m ago

See... GR2, Nioh, Horizon Zero Dawn, Wolfenstein 2, The Evil Within 2, …See... GR2, Nioh, Horizon Zero Dawn, Wolfenstein 2, The Evil Within 2, Persona 5... All those games can probably be gotten for around £100. That's like 1/3 the price of the Switch base unit. And I'm like "What the fcuk? I thought it was all about the games. Why would people want to buy into that abomination and its over-priced ecosystem?"At £300... Wait... Did I say that right? THREE HUNDRED POUNDS?!?!?!?! What? For £300, the Switch can't even do proper HD? Might as well smear vaseline all over my TV. Urgh...Nintendo fans sure are blind. Or are suffering from Stockholm Syndrome. Or both...Man, am I glad I suffer from neither.Fools gold, innit?


I like my Switch. I like my PS4 (and I'll really like my PS4 Pro when Currys deliver it on Monday).
No need for bitterness.
Edited by: "teddy1590" 24th Nov

prankster1014 m ago

See... GR2, Nioh, Horizon Zero Dawn, Wolfenstein 2, The Evil Within 2, …See... GR2, Nioh, Horizon Zero Dawn, Wolfenstein 2, The Evil Within 2, Persona 5... All those games can probably be gotten for around £100. That's like 1/3 the price of the Switch base unit. And I'm like "What the fcuk? I thought it was all about the games. Why would people want to buy into that abomination and its over-priced ecosystem?"At £300... Wait... Did I say that right? THREE HUNDRED POUNDS?!?!?!?! What? For £300, the Switch can't even do proper HD? Might as well smear vaseline all over my TV. Urgh...Nintendo fans sure are blind. Or are suffering from Stockholm Syndrome. Or both...Man, am I glad I suffer from neither.Fools gold, innit?


I'm keen to play the new Zelda myself, but admittedly not ~£300 keen :).

teddy15901 m ago

I like my Switch. I like my PS4 (and I'll really like my PS4 Pro when …I like my Switch. I like my PS4 (and I'll really like my PS4 Pro when Curry's deliver it on Monday).No need for bitterness.


Oh, I'm not bitter... I just can't seem to understand the insanity that seems to be afflicting certain segments of the gaming populace. Surely, there must be some sort of cure.

prankster1012 m ago

Oh, I'm not bitter... I just can't seem to understand the insanity that …Oh, I'm not bitter... I just can't seem to understand the insanity that seems to be afflicting certain segments of the gaming populace. Surely, there must be some sort of cure.


People have disposable income, so buy multiple games consoles to enjoy different games? Hardly seems insanity to me. Loved Horizon and Persona 5, loved Zelda and am currently loving Mario. Was £280 a bit steep? Maybe, that's subjective. It was still less than I paid for my Xbox One and PS4 at launch, and I'm sure I'll get as many hours of enjoyment out of it as I did those.

It's crazy, this time last week this and nioh were close to £40 a piece, and in the last 24hrs I've picked up both and bloodborne game of the year edition for less than £43 combined.

Also the switch is a great piece of kit.

Heat for beating me by a penny.
Edited by: "Lukesablade" 24th Nov

teddy15901 h, 35 m ago

People have disposable income, so buy multiple games consoles to enjoy …People have disposable income, so buy multiple games consoles to enjoy different games? Hardly seems insanity to me. Loved Horizon and Persona 5, loved Zelda and am currently loving Mario. Was £280 a bit steep? Maybe, that's subjective. It was still less than I paid for my Xbox One and PS4 at launch, and I'm sure I'll get as many hours of enjoyment out of it as I did those.


I salute you, sir. I really do. But when many of the £10-15 games highlighted yesterday failed to reach 1000 degrees (let alone 500), yet the £300 Switch somehow garnered that in less than half the time, you know something's wrong.

Nintendo fans and common sense... They don't seem to go hand in hand.

Maybe I'm wrong (although I very much doubt it), but objectively speaking, there is nothing about Zelda or Mario that justifies their £300 / 2000% spend over the likes of Gravity Rush 2, Nioh, or any of the other games I mentioned earlier.

Also, as @Lukesablade mentioned, he bought GR2, Nioh, and BB for the grand total of £43. That's roughly the same price as Mario by itself (assuming one already has a Switch). Are you telling me that Mario is better than all of those games... combined?

I bought the following games for £100 over the last few days. Combined. That's less than 1/3 the price of the Switch base unit. Now, why would I want to buy the Mario/Zelda+Switch combo when I have all of the following, as well as £200 left over?

Rime
Horizon Zero Dawn
Uncharted: the Lost Legacy
Everybodys Golf
Final Fantasy XII The Zodiac Age
Persona 5
Nioh

Can you imagine as to how many more games I could buy for £200?

I'm sure Switch owners would love to answer that and stay "fashionable".

And no, that's not subjective "hate". Just a "fact".
Edited by: "prankster101" 25th Nov

Sorry, but the switch is pretty excellent, Mario , Zelda, splatoon, I love it, plus I love my Ps4. Actually I just love gaming..

mixmixi48 m ago

I’ve actually ordered preowned from GG earlier this morning. I’ve now dro …I’ve actually ordered preowned from GG earlier this morning. I’ve now dropped them an email to cancel since I ordered it from Shopto thanks to @prankster101


Nice one, got there in the end

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Bure1124 m ago

Nice one, got there in the end


Eventually... yes! Thanks mate.

prankster1011 h, 28 m ago

I salute you, sir. I really do. But when many of the £10-15 games …I salute you, sir. I really do. But when many of the £10-15 games highlighted yesterday failed to reach 1000 degrees (let alone 500), yet the £300 Switch somehow garnered that in less than half the time, you know something's wrong.Nintendo fans and common sense... They don't seem to go hand in hand.Maybe I'm wrong (although I very much doubt it), but objectively speaking, there is nothing about Zelda or Mario that justifies their £300 / 2000% spend over the likes of Gravity Rush 2, Nioh, or any of the other games I mentioned earlier.Also, as @Lukesablade mentioned, he bought GR2, Nioh, and BB for the grand total of £43. That's roughly the same price as Mario by itself (assuming one already has a Switch). Are you telling me that Mario is better than all of those games... combined?And that's not subjective "hate". Just a "fact".


You're comparing the quality of games against each other. It's 100% subjective. If someone were to come up to me and ask what console to buy right now, I'd say PS4, as it has far more games dues to an extra 3 years on the market. Doesn't mean that the Switch is terrible in comparison. If the price of the Switch is too high for you to justify, then that's fine, but to declare that people who enjoy it defend it as being insane and lacking common sense just makes you come across as a bit ignorant. You're complaining about Nintendo fans, yet you're the only person in this thread spouting rhetoric. I honestly don't care if someone buys a Switch (or any console for that matter) or not, it in no way influences my enjoyment of it. But please try to be a bit more open minded and consider people might have different interests and tastes than yours.
Edited by: "teddy1590" 25th Nov

teddy15909 m ago

You're comparing the quality of games against each other. It's 100% …You're comparing the quality of games against each other. It's 100% subjective. If someone were to come up to me and ask what console to buy right now, I'd say PS4, as it has far more games dues to an extra 3 years on the market. Doesn't mean that the Switch is terrible in comparison. If the price of the Switch is too high for you to justify, then that's fine, but to declare that people who enjoy it defend it as being insane and lacking common sense just makes you come across as a bit ignorant. You're complaining about Nintendo fans, yet you're the only person in this thread spouting rhetoric. I honestly don't care if someone buys a Switch (or any console for that matter) or not, it in no way influences my enjoyment of it. But please try to be a bit more open minded and consider people might have different interests and tastes than yours.


There is nothing about the Switch's ecosystem that justifies its spend. The hardware or the software.

And no, to paraphrase Shigeru Miyamoto: it's not that I can't afford to buy the Switch. It's that I choose not to.

Nintendo's value proposition offers pitiful ROI in comparison to the competition.

Also, I fail to see as to how I can be accused of being narrow minded. I just bought a tonne of videogames across a wide variety of genres, by a whole host of different developers/publishers. Yet it's Nintendo fans that are notorious for buying Nintendo games only.
Edited by: "prankster101" 25th Nov

prankster1015 m ago

There is nothing about the Switch's ecosystem that justifies its spend. …There is nothing about the Switch's ecosystem that justifies its spend. The hardware or the software.And no, to paraphrase Shigeru Miyamoto: it's not that I can't afford the Switch. It's that I choose not to.


Again, subjective. Hardware wise I'll grant you it is objectively less powerful than it's counterparts, but it's also a portable console which does factor in to it's value. As for software, again, subjective. There's been a game I've enjoyed on it every other month so far. I didn't say you couldn't afford it, I said maybe you couldn't justify the cost. Value =/ Expense.

teddy15902 m ago

Again, subjective. Hardware wise I'll grant you it is objectively less …Again, subjective. Hardware wise I'll grant you it is objectively less powerful than it's counterparts, but it's also a portable console which does factor in to it's value. As for software, again, subjective. There's been a game I've enjoyed on it every other month so far. I didn't say you couldn't afford it, I said maybe you couldn't justify the cost. Value =/ Expense.


I've only ever seen two Switch consoles in the wild, despite living in London and using the tube practically every day. That "portable" argument really doesn't apply to a wide variety of people or circumstances. It's a feature benefit that doesn't hold massive appeal.

prankster1013 m ago

I've only ever seen two Switch consoles in the wild, despite living in …I've only ever seen two Switch consoles in the wild, despite living in London and using the tube practically every day. That "portable" argument really doesn't apply to a wide variety of people or circumstances. It's a feature benefit that doesn't hold massive appeal.



eurogamer.net/art…-tv

I'm probably 50/50 on handheld and docked, yet I rarely take it out of the house, and when I do it's to play it at a friends. Being portable doesn't mean playing it on the tube, it means being able to play it anywhere in a house or taking it to a friends without lugging 4 Kg of console with you. I rarely actively saw people playing their 3DS or Vitas on trains, yet Nintendo have sold bloody millions of them so they're out there.

teddy159015 m ago

http://www.eurogamer.net/articles/2017-10-31-nintendo-switch-owners-play-slightly-more-in-handheld-mode-than-on-tvI'm probably 50/50 on handheld and docked, yet I rarely take it out of the house, and when I do it's to play it at a friends. Being portable doesn't mean playing it on the tube, it means being able to play it anywhere in a house or taking it to a friends without lugging 4 Kg of console with you. I rarely actively saw people playing their 3DS or Vitas on trains, yet Nintendo have sold bloody millions of them so they're out there.


I saw that headline...

Most of those 3DS consoles were sold in Japan. Only about 19 million users exist in Europe. Also, Nintendo fans are notorious for buying many "special" variants of the same handheld repeatedly. So I doubt if Nintendo has sold anywhere near its 3DS to 69 million people. I reckon there's probably only about 20-odd million people worldwide who actually own a 3DS, with quite a few of those buying multiple units.
Edited by: "prankster101" 25th Nov
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