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Professor Layton & The Curious Village Game packs @ Game
Professor Layton & The Curious Village Game packs @ Game

Professor Layton & The Curious Village Game packs @ Game

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Game is currently showing stock for this game when bought as part of several packs.

With More Brain Training from Dr. Kawashima £49.91
With Dr. Kawashima's Brain Training: How Old Is Your Brain? £48.91
With Big Brain Academy £48.91

I know this game is currently very hard to get hold of and have seen people requesting it.

9 Comments

Just ordered, cheers for the post.:thumbsup:
Hot for me.
I'm quite happy buying the two games.
I was getting fed up arriving on sites just as they sold out!

Yeah - merry christmas loyal customers... another blatent rip off from your local Game shop.

Typical Game :roll:

I have been playing this game and find it gets very boring getting to the next puzzles. I can't belive its in such short supply

Banned

wow... you could kinda understand it with a console package... but wow... I didn't think they would stoop this low.

vibeone;3780691

wow... you could kinda understand it with a console package... but wow... … wow... you could kinda understand it with a console package... but wow... I didn't think they would stoop this low.



even the console deals are £147 :x
Merry effin Christmas from game :santa:

That's why I love muggin 'em off with the voucher codes, getting it above £30 or £50 then cancelling unwanted items!!

Greedy greedy Game!

I emailed them asking why I couldn't use the £3 animal crossing voucher to buy the bundle. This was the reply:

"the manufacturers of the game have requested that the limited amount of stock that we do have is to be sold as a bundle with another game. we will hopefully be getting stock in soon to enable us to sell the game on its own."

Yeah right, the manufacturers have got a downer on Game when Amazon, Asda, Argos etc can sell it on its own. I hate lying from companies, the standard response of "we cannot do this to help you" instead of the truthful "we could do this to help you, but we are making a corporate decision not to."

I would have preferred a truthful email along the lines of:

"Clearly this item is out of stock all over the country. We are therefore taking advantage of this by bundling it with old/rubbish games we are having problems shifting in an effort to make more profit. Merry Christmas."

Got it from Amazon in the end. Hope they choke on their figgy pudding. :santa:
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