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Narcos: Rise of the Cartels £12.49 at Nintendo eShop
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Narcos: Rise of the Cartels £12.49 at Nintendo eShop

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Welcome to Colombia, 1980s - the fires of El Patrón's empire have been lit, its influence spanning borders, and expansion unabated. Influence and corruption is rife; cops, guards, politicians and those in between are falling into the pocket of the Medellín Cartel, and after years of production, America is finally taking notice.

Narcos: Rise of the Cartels tells the story of the hit Netflix TV series, of the rise and fall of El Patrón. Choose your side and ally with the DEA or conversely side with the Narcos. Explore recognisable locations from the show and take a role in pivotal world-altering events and battles that will define and shift the war on drugs.

Form your team from a variety of class-specific roles, join leading characters, upgrade your skills and take part in brutal turn-based combat, where your actions will have consequence.

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Can you add the original/regular price and when the deal ends?

I know anyone can follow the link to find that out but having the information here makes it easier for people to see how good a deal it is and how long they have to take it (plus will expire the deal when no longer valid)
Edited by: "MrAlbert" 1st Jun
MrAlbert01/06/2020 08:43

Can you add the original/regular price and when the deal ends?I know …Can you add the original/regular price and when the deal ends?I know anyone can follow the link to find that out but having the information here makes it easier for people to see how good a deal it is and how long they have to take it (plus will expire the deal when no longer valid)


I agree it's helpful to see how much something has been reduced by, the issue sometimes is that ( not with this game afaik ) the reduction is different to the Next Best Price as resellers need to be included in this. For example, one of the "One Piece" games that were listed over the weekend were reduced from around £55, however can be bought elsewhere ( CDKeys ) for £16.99 which is the Next Best Price. This is maybe why the NBP is missing from listings more frequently as it's difficult to track every place that sells and has the game available. The site is also quite picky about the NBP being correct ( and sometimes adjust it wrongly themselves ).
Here is the metacritic for this game on the Switch and it isn’t pretty.

A critic score of 41 and user score of 2.4

metacritic.com/gam…els
ThePointyEnd01/06/2020 10:40

Here is the metacritic for this game on the Switch and it isn’t pretty. A c …Here is the metacritic for this game on the Switch and it isn’t pretty. A critic score of 41 and user score of 2.4 https://www.metacritic.com/game/switch/narcos-rise-of-the-cartels


"There's simply no reason to play something so utterly bereft of thought as Narcos."
Ouch
Edited by: "pirate1" 1st Jun
pirate101/06/2020 09:21

I agree it's helpful to see how much something has been reduced by, the …I agree it's helpful to see how much something has been reduced by, the issue sometimes is that ( not with this game afaik ) the reduction is different to the Next Best Price as resellers need to be included in this. For example, one of the "One Piece" games that were listed over the weekend were reduced from around £55, however can be bought elsewhere ( CDKeys ) for £16.99 which is the Next Best Price. This is maybe why the NBP is missing from listings more frequently as it's difficult to track every place that sells and has the game available. The site is also quite picky about the NBP being correct ( and sometimes adjust it wrongly themselves ).


I'd completely forgotten other suppliers sell download codes as well, that does add some complexity.
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