Monopoly (Nintendo Switch) £19.85 @ base.com
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Monopoly (Nintendo Switch) £19.85 @ base.com

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Anyone know if this got patched? Heard horror stories about loading times.
scorez29 m ago

Anyone know if this got patched? Heard horror stories about loading times.


Yup it got patch soon after launch. Takes less than 30 seconds to load for me.
I know it's a brand new console so there is the "switch tax", but £20 for monopoly is really taking the piss. Rant aside, heat for being probably the cheapest price around.
Elivercury16 h, 54 m ago

I know it's a brand new console so there is the "switch tax", but £20 for …I know it's a brand new console so there is the "switch tax", but £20 for monopoly is really taking the piss. Rant aside, heat for being probably the cheapest price around.

Your just not gonna get games for £9.99 other than the rare supermarket clearance stock you might get lucky with and stumble upon. The console has not even been out for a year. It is the nations favourite console. Perspective.

Does not matter what a game costs on PC or another brand of generic mainstream type of console.

Is like complaining about every game is more expensive in the UK than it is in the USA.
noahsdad5 h, 5 m ago

Your just not gonna get games for £9.99 other than the rare supermarket …Your just not gonna get games for £9.99 other than the rare supermarket clearance stock you might get lucky with and stumble upon. The console has not even been out for a year. It is the nations favourite console. Perspective.Does not matter what a game costs on PC or another brand of generic mainstream type of console.Is like complaining about every game is more expensive in the UK than it is in the USA.


I understand the reasons and justifications, I basically alluded to them myself. However regardless of these, £20 for monopoly is ridiculous in my opinion. I'm not insisting breath of the wild should be £15 or anything.

Incidentally a lot of the complaining about US games prices is something of a nonsense given their prices are before tax and ours are after. Granted you can game this if buying digitally.
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