Mafia III Collector's Ed (Includes Vinyls+Dog Tags) (PS4) £22.00 used instore @ CEX (+£2.50 delivery)
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Mafia III Collector's Ed (Includes Vinyls+Dog Tags) (PS4) £22.00 used instore @ CEX (+£2.50 delivery)

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Found 25th Jul 2017
After years of combat in Vietnam, Lincoln Clay knows this truth: family isn't who you're born with, it's who you die for. When his surrogate family, the black mob, is wiped out by the Italian Mafia, Lincoln builds a new family and blazes a path of military-grade revenge through the Mafioso responsible.

A lethal anti-hero

Be Lincoln Clay, orphan and Vietnam veteran hell bent on revenge for the deaths of his surrogate family.

Revenge your way

Choose your own play-style; brute force, blazing guns or stalk-and-kill tactics, to tear down the Italian Mafia.

A new family, in the ashes of the old

Build a new criminal empire your way by deciding which lieutenants you reward, and which you betray.

Lincoln Clay Replica Dog Tags

1960's US military issue replicas, these are the tags of a combat-hardened Vietnam vet fueled by the need for military-grade revenge against the Italian Mafia.

Mafia III: Original Game Score

180 gram vinyl pressing of the original game score of Mafia III. Composed by gaming greats, Jesse Harlin and Jim Bonney, it's a Rhythm and Blues inspired tour through a city ruled by organized crime and corrupt officials and the setting for Lincoln Clay's emotional story of loss and revenge.

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Surprised this is getting voted hot from CEX... It will probably be trashed and incomplete. Really bad CEX for stuff like this, both my locals have a few collectors edition games or special edition etc.... And they are absolutely trashed! IMO they either shouldn't be accepted or be graded.
This game had mixed reviews when it was released. Part of this was they withheld copies from the press prior to release date which annoyed a lot of people, other problems were crappy AI, graphics weren't great, it was glitchy and the car handling is more arcadey than mafia 2.

If you ignore the mafia franchise, because frankly it is not even similar to the previous installments, it is a half decent game and well worth £20. The combat and gun handling is solid, good storyline and great cinematic cutscenes.

I started playing this again last week, seems they've continued to provide updates, it runs better now than it did on release day, they've added car races and a proper mod shop (only for a limited list of cars though), new clothes etc. Graphics may be slightly improved too. Haven't crashed into an invisible car since I started replaying it either (was a common glitch).
LuFc66862 h, 24 m ago

Surprised this is getting voted hot from CEX... It will probably be …Surprised this is getting voted hot from CEX... It will probably be trashed and incomplete. Really bad CEX for stuff like this, both my locals have a few collectors edition games or special edition etc.... And they are absolutely trashed! IMO they either shouldn't be accepted or be graded.

I've never bought a collectors edition second hand before, my first thought before reading your comment was that it's probably not even going to be all there. I'd rather buy the standard version new for a couple of quid more. So yeah, cold for me I'm afraid
no statue? cold then
The only issue I had with this one of the vinyls didn't sit on the turntable properly the hole in the middle wasn't made big enough easily fixed mind
The only issue I had with this one of the vinyls didn't sit on the turntable properly the hole in the middle wasn't made big enough easily fixed mind
Not going to vote either way but I would rather pay 10 more and get it from Game knowing the Season pass will work - I've never had issues with CEX items, nothing has ever been missing or broken, but you can't be sure the code hasn't been used as that's the only thing they can't check.

To those who are paranoid about the condition - on the CEX website you can do a postcode search and see if it is in stock near you - if it is then you can easily go down and see for yourself the condition and if everything is there - saves on postage and will be the same price
As someone who's ordered a fair amount from CeX online, I've had some rough stuff but plenty of gems. As others have said, you can check to see if any local stores have it.
Failing that, CeX use Collect+ for returns, so if you weren't happy with it, it would be as simple as slapping a Collect+ label on the package it arrived in, and dropping it off at a collect+ point (or just return to a store).

I see a lot of complaints about CeX and their pricing, but I find they are usually fair and are transparent about the cash/credit values displayed on the website. "But I could get X on ebay", sure, minus fees and the risk of buyer trying to rip you off. Add in a 2 year warranty included, I'm happy to continue buying from them.
Edited by: "imdave" 26th Jul 2017
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