Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hour Glass - DS @ Argos
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Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hour Glass - DS @ Argos

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Found 15th Dec 2009Made hot 16th Dec 2009
# The story of the Wind Waker continues as Link finds himself lost and alone in unknown seas.

# Time grows short and only the Phantom Hourglass can buy Link the minutes he'll need to survive.

# With intuitive touch screen controls and innovative puzzles, this game offers a new challenge for fans of the series and an easy introduction for new gamers.

# For ages 7 years and over.

Great game, one of the best on the DS

also as far as i can see argos are selling this game at the cheapest price:

gamestracker.com/buy…htm

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nice price have some heat playing the new one at the mo bloody brilliant too

Primalfear;7236904

nice price have some heat playing the new one at the mo bloody brilliant … nice price have some heat playing the new one at the mo bloody brilliant too



i heard its better than this one, imgetting it for christmas day

been posted before, never any stock.

however game have preowned stock at this price if it helps

This has been at this price for ages, but always out of stock

People still buy games for the DS, you know you can easily get them free?

Out of stock. out of stock, out of stock. pointless

Primalfear;7236904

nice price have some heat playing the new one at the mo bloody brilliant … nice price have some heat playing the new one at the mo bloody brilliant too



That's good to know, I bought it for my brother! :santa:

^ Lol..

anyway it was £4.98 on ]GAME before..(sold out) £9.99 still good..

;-)It might as well cost a penny, there hasnt been stock for ages.

This was posted a couple of weeks ago and there wasn't any stock then. Please don't post out of stock items!

There is no deal if you can't actually buy it. Cold.

Very good game, worth getting at any price imo.

First - (Was) a Good price - some simplifications form Wind Waker, but if you liked that, should like this.

bargainhunter666;7239719

People still buy games for the DS, you know you can easily get them free?



It's not theft in the conventional sense, in that the developer doesn't physically lose stock, but there are issues.

The thing is, these games still cost money to develop. I know, Nintendo, Microsoft, Sony etc have lots of money, but the issues filter down to smaller companies that potentially make great future games. I think it's quite reasonable for them to expect to get money back. If they are charging over the odds (personal limits apply of course - i didn't buy modern warfare until it was 30 quid, though right now i just want to finish it and get rid of it) i let them stew and ignore until i find a good enough deal. The problem is if too many people do it the companies start adding horrible copy protection feature that make it a pain to play (Despite what people say I think it has had an effect on pc games where horrible things like limited activations of games came about).

With regard to the add in cards for the DS, I don't have one yet but do plan on getting one. I like the idea of being able to play movies etc.. on my DS. I may even dabble in emulators for NES and SNES because I don't really feel like I'm taking anything away from anyone at that point. Sort of like rockstar offering the original GTA for download.. why not?

But I draw the line at downloading new games. Yes I understand the appeal.. it's free! But the gaming industry really doesn't need people stealing games still in the shops or as they hit the shelves. It's not on.

Love this game
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