Minecraft on PS3 - £13 at tesco (club card boost too)
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Minecraft on PS3 - £13 at tesco (club card boost too)

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LocalFound 7th Nov 2015
Was after minecraft on the PS3 for the kids, tesco seems to be the cheapest.
£16 Amazon / £16.99 Argos.
Online showing out of stock, but plenty available in store (Newport).
Cex selling this used for £20......!
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ok so why cold?
Last gen, average price. (deleted a comment about cex as I didn't read op properly!)
Edited by: "ludwig352" 7th Nov 2015
Cdkeys has this for 12 quid. Play. Tonight.

Baltic deal.
stuartjohnwhitehead

Cdkeys has this for 12 quid. Play. Tonight.Baltic deal.



Granted - save a quid at cd keys, but here you can take advantage of the club card boost and good luck wrapping the cd keys code for your kids at xmas
Not sure why you'd want to but a code for a game tbh. I bought this at release, didn't get on with it and sold it on EBay 2 weeks ago for 13.50! Try that with your download code...
Corranga

Not sure why you'd want to but a code for a game tbh. I bought this at … Not sure why you'd want to but a code for a game tbh. I bought this at release, didn't get on with it and sold it on EBay 2 weeks ago for 13.50! Try that with your download code...



Minecraft seems just about as perfect a candidate for a direct download game as it's possible to get.

Aimed at younger gamers who play it incessantly, I would think it's a very good idea to remove the risk of the disc getting lost or damaged.

It may have worked out for you (because you didn't like it), but to imply that a direct download game doesn't have any place is just ludicrous. Both formats have their advantages. Both formats have their disadvantages. I don't know why you felt the need to have an unwarranted pop at one of them.

If I was getting this for my kids, I'd go the direct download route.
PurplePerson

Minecraft seems just about as perfect a candidate for a direct download … Minecraft seems just about as perfect a candidate for a direct download game as it's possible to get.Aimed at younger gamers who play it incessantly, I would think it's a very good idea to remove the risk of the disc getting lost or damaged.It may have worked out for you (because you didn't like it), but to imply that a direct download game doesn't have any place is just ludicrous. Both formats have their advantages. Both formats have their disadvantages. I don't know why you felt the need to have an unwarranted pop at one of them.If I was getting this for my kids, I'd go the direct download route.



My comment was posted on a seals forum and contains information directly related to a deal - the presence of potential resale value can reduce overall spend.

If you want to talk directly about the format, bluray is much more scratch resistant than CD and DVD yet kids managed somehow without download code games during the PlayStation and PlayStation 2 generations. My kiddo is a little young at the moment, but if disc based systems are still around, I'll be teaching her to love and cherish her physical media games, and to take care of them, as I believe these are good values, and Lewis worth learning, but of course this is all in my opinion.
PurplePerson

Minecraft seems just about as perfect a candidate for a direct download … Minecraft seems just about as perfect a candidate for a direct download game as it's possible to get.Aimed at younger gamers who play it incessantly, I would think it's a very good idea to remove the risk of the disc getting lost or damaged.It may have worked out for you (because you didn't like it), but to imply that a direct download game doesn't have any place is just ludicrous. Both formats have their advantages. Both formats have their disadvantages. I don't know why you felt the need to have an unwarranted pop at one of them.If I was getting this for my kids, I'd go the direct download route.



How do you come to the conclusion corranga was having a pop? He / she was just giving an opinion, as you were. Personally, given I was getting this as a gift, I think it's the best candidate to buy a physical copy as you have something physical to wrap and the kids have it to open. But people's opinions differ but I don't think any 'pop' was made
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