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Pokemon: Let's Go Eevee! (Switch) £36.95 @ The Game Collection
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Pokemon: Let's Go Eevee! (Switch) £36.95 @ The Game Collection

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Posted 5th Dec 2019

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It is a decent price, and if I hadn't managed to find a copy from Tesco at £22 last week I would be all over this.
surprised its still this high after the launch of sword and shield.

got this ages ago for my boy and even he got bored with the fact there is no wild Pokemon battles.

good game for youngsters though its incredibly easy
Edited by: "dickypreston" 5th Dec 2019
I got it some time ago and played maybe an hour or so hoping to get my nostalgia from old game boy releases, but it was not much like that and I didn't enjoy it so sold it shortly after.
Shield on the other hand... Is great
Gabriel95905/12/2019 16:14

It is a decent price, and if I hadn't managed to find a copy from Tesco at …It is a decent price, and if I hadn't managed to find a copy from Tesco at £22 last week I would be all over this.


Really? It's a year old. It should be mid £20s now, surely! Although, Nintendo always keep their best ranked games at rip-off prices...
Rune_2H05/12/2019 19:46

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It's pretty similar to Pokemon Yellow.
pianist3005/12/2019 18:52

Really? It's a year old. It should be mid £20s now, surely! Although, …Really? It's a year old. It should be mid £20s now, surely! Although, Nintendo always keep their best ranked games at rip-off prices...



Why £20? If people are still buying it at £35+ why should they sell it for cheaper?
Gabriel95905/12/2019 20:26

Why £20? If people are still buying it at £35+ why should they sell it for …Why £20? If people are still buying it at £35+ why should they sell it for cheaper?


I assume that Nintendo intentionally fix high prices, perhaps viewing themselves as a historic brand, and therefore people have no choice if they want it.
It does go against the vast majority of products, particularly in the physical media industry, where after a great splurge after release, prices drop, and continue to drop until they stop production.
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