Mario Kart 8 (Nintendo Wii U) £22.99 Delivered @ Grainger Games (Pre Owned)
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Mario Kart 8 (Nintendo Wii U) £22.99 Delivered @ Grainger Games (Pre Owned)

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Found 7th Jun 2016
For the first time in HD, Nintendo's Mario Kart franchise comes to the Wii U console, introducing new racing circuit designs and antigravity karts that will have players driving upside down. Players will also enjoy a variety of series-favorite features, including the return of 12-player online competitive play, hang-gliders, underwater racing and motorbikes
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At least this time they're honest although the "New" option is available though.
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At least this time they're honest although the "New" option is available … At least this time they're honest although the "New" option is available though.



You're only finding out what the rest of us have known for years. I bought Borderlands from them on Vita and the DLC had already been used. I vouched never to buy a 'New' game from them again. However the prices on their pre owned stock are excellent so are worth posting.
Apparently new Mario Kart 8 DLC will be announced during E3 or at least this tweet hints at it:

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Edited by: "Jez777" 7th Jun 2016
Someone who buy's a copy post a pic of the condition! I'd love to see how a real "2nd" hand item looks from them :d hahahaha
Edited by: "Derpsauce" 7th Jun 2016
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At least this time they're honest although the "New" option is available … At least this time they're honest although the "New" option is available though.

Apparently new Mario Kart 8 DLC will be announced during E3 or at least … Apparently new Mario Kart 8 DLC will be announced during E3 or at least this tweet hints at it:https://twitter.com/NintendoUK/status/738777798060482560


I know it for ages too but it's always good to let others know of it.


That's great. I bought the Complete DLC Pack so hopefully it's free for us who bought the 'Season Pass'.

Someone who buy's a copy post a pic of the condition! I'd love to see how … Someone who buy's a copy post a pic of the condition! I'd love to see how a real "2nd" hand item looks from them :d hahahaha


I shall do that aha
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Got this game digitally, digi's the way to go!
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Got this game digitally, digi's the way to go!


It's better to own it on physical format because this way it can be played on any Wii U and in the event that the console breaks down all that's needed is to pop back in the disc and play it. Not to mention digital games are mostly overpriced on the eShop.

Got this game digitally, digi's the way to go!



No.

Digital games have little to no resale value. If you have any sense you will purchase physical games that can be resold once the Wii U reaches the end of it's useful life - or until it is no longer supported (which won't be long now).

I sold all my Wii U games and the console for roughly 75% of the total cost - bearing in mind I got it very cheap from a post on this site.

Fun for a couple of months but once I'd played all the 'good' games and realised Zelda wouldn't be released any time soon (and will come out on NX anyway) I wasn't sad to see it go. My 5 year old was though, but hey that's what a cheap 3DS is for.
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It's better to own it on physical format because this way it can be … It's better to own it on physical format because this way it can be played on any Wii U and in the event that the console breaks down all that's needed is to pop back in the disc and play it. Not to mention digital games are mostly overpriced on the eShop.



Depends on the person... I have no intention of selling on games or getting a new console (e.g. selling Wii U and getting PS4 or the NX). I love the convenience of digital and purchased an external Sandisk SSD just for this purpose on the Wii U. The speed at which the games load and render are faster than from a disc, simple as that.

The games are overpriced on the eshop but they do have deals and places like CDkeys are cheaper than Nintendo directly.
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No.Digital games have little to no resale value. If you have any sense … No.Digital games have little to no resale value. If you have any sense you will purchase physical games that can be resold once the Wii U reaches the end of it's useful life - or until it is no longer supported (which won't be long now).I sold all my Wii U games and the console for roughly 75% of the total cost - bearing in mind I got it very cheap from a post on this site.Fun for a couple of months but once I'd played all the 'good' games and realised Zelda wouldn't be released any time soon (and will come out on NX anyway) I wasn't sad to see it go. My 5 year old was though, but hey that's what a cheap 3DS is for.



Simply depends on the person. For me, it makes sense.
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