Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom (PC/Steam) @ Fanatical - £42.49
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Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom (PC/Steam) @ Fanatical - £42.49

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Found 27th MarEdited by:"Hedja"
Embark on an open-world adventure to defeat monsters and create a new kingdom in Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom. Grab your Steam key for the game which is already a smash-hit with critics, heaped with praise for its charming world and being one of the best JRPGs for Steam PC.

Great reviews. Cheapest price on PC right now.
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SpudUK28th Mar

Technically CD Keys is grey market.But it is cheaper here and this is an …Technically CD Keys is grey market.But it is cheaper here and this is an authorised shop: https://www.gamebillet.com/ni-no-kuni-ii-revenant-kingdom


Grey market? It's 100% legit.
SpudUK4 h, 16 m ago

https://isthereanydeal.com/That pools all authorised key sellers for …https://isthereanydeal.com/That pools all authorised key sellers for prices, meaning that the money goes where it should for a purchase. CDKeys.com is not on them.


No it doesnt pull cdkeys because it only pools from sites that sign up with them. CDkeys does not. If not signed up you dont run code on your website and the site therefore cannot pull the prices of your keys. Microsoft and Sony arent there so by your logic there not legit sellers of games also right?
vhero5 h, 16 m ago

No it doesnt pull cdkeys because it only pools from sites that sign up …No it doesnt pull cdkeys because it only pools from sites that sign up with them. CDkeys does not. If not signed up you dont run code on your website and the site therefore cannot pull the prices of your keys. Microsoft and Sony arent there so by your logic there not legit sellers of games also right?


That's because Microsoft and Sony don't sell keys, they sell you the licence directly on their own platforms.

The whole point of IsThereAnyDeal.com is to make sure that it's an ethical purchase. EVERY referral on that website is to a genuine re-seller. They even removed Green Man Gaming after their grey market key fiasco a few years ago.

When you receive a game key from CDKeys, it's a print of a code from booklet. That is 100% grey market and not authorised reselling. They are simply more trustworthy than most grey market sellers.

People can buy from wherever they want. I was simply confirming that even by an authorised seller it's cheaper elsewhere contrary to OPs claim.
Edited by: "SpudUK" 28th Mar
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