PSP - Passport To.... series (UMD for PSP) - £1.98 in-store @ Game !
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PSP - Passport To.... series (UMD for PSP) - £1.98 in-store @ Game !

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Found 5th Sep 2007
My local GAME had some sale items including the full series of 'Passort to..' UMD titles for the PSP at just £1.98 each!!!!

It's an excellent bargain....but I'm not sure if the other stores have them at the same price. They are listed £9.99 on GAME's website.

I bought all 6.

Passport To Rome | Passport To Londond | Passport To Paris | Passport To Prague | Passport To Amsterdam | Passport To Barcelona

**Update**
Apparently the Dudley branch of Asda has them for just 99p. It could be UK wide....let us know.
- dazrama3

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what are they like? any good?

this is good, i saw them in asda the other week and i think they were £7.99 i was going to get the paris one as i went there the other day, but i didnt know if it'd be worth it.

what are they like?

hi where's your local - mine was cr..:oops: - er not good

Iv seen them at this price in the GAME in Enfield Town, Brent Cross and Oxford street. But they dont appeal to me. Infact what exactly are these games?

Original Poster

They are interactive travel guides and they are a real bargain at £1.98 a piece.



* Points of interest: Each city has 250 main points of interest covering eating, sleeping, nightlife, shopping and sights with original photography, key information and contact details
* Essential information: The bits you just must know from pharmacies to embassies, hospitals, airlines, money and costs
* Getting around: Comprehensive and detailed zoom-in, zoom-out maps covering transport systems and roads
* Audio Tours: Each guide comes with three bespoke audio tours that you can listen to whilst you walk. Each takes you through a particular part of town and takes you off the beaten track
* Video Content: A dedicated film crew has been out there capturing the essence of each city to inspire you and show you round even before you touch downItineraries: Passport To... comes packed with pre-loaded itineraries for every sort of visit from a cultural break to a weekend of hedonism. Each itinerary comes with a calendar view that can be built on to create the perfect schedule
* Your Itineraries: Build your own visit from scratch drawing on the 250 points of interest to create your perfect city break and go online to download more

Original Poster

Oh...and my local GAME is in Birmingham City Centre.

Here is a trustworthy review where they give the guide a 3/10

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Asda near Dudley had them for a quid each today.





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whats trade in value?

fmgod

whats trade in value?


£2 cash and £3 trade at cex

The Amsterdam one is good i have that

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ewokmic

Here is a trustworthy review where they give the guide a … Here is a trustworthy review where they give the guide a 3/10]http://www.eurogamer.net/article.php?article_id=66530



I think you have to take into consideration the price of £1.98. I wouldn't have paid £7.99...or £9.99 like they are priced at some sites or stores.

....and besides they get better reviews on other sites.

Surely £1.98 - or the £0.99 price at Asda as someone else posted - are the cheapest any UMD has ever been....unless anyone can tell me better.

Not sure how reliable this sales assistant's information is, but the branch in St Albans that I went to had none in stock, reason being was all of the games were sent back to the warehouse due to being "defective" ie. the measurements and information on distance etc were all wrong.

Seems like a pretty lame defect to be honest, but this might be why they're flogging them off for cheap.

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delmontebanana

Not sure how reliable this sales assistant's information is, but the … Not sure how reliable this sales assistant's information is, but the branch in St Albans that I went to had none in stock, reason being was all of the games were sent back to the warehouse due to being "defective" ie. the measurements and information on distance etc were all wrong. Seems like a pretty lame defect to be honest, but this might be why they're flogging them off for cheap.



...seems fishy. I'm not sure I believe that...

If GAME knew that my discs were defective, they surely wouldn't be allowed to sell them to me...

i went into game in hanley stoke-on-trent they had them all and they were £4.99 each, i might try asda again tomorrow see how much they are there, and if not try game in crewe, plus next wed im going to the trafford centre in manchester, so i'll have a look there as well.

I bought Barcelona, Amsterdam and Prague today (Paris and Rome not in stock). Just need a PSP now....

Got Rome, Paris, Prague, Amsterdam, Barcelona - all at £1.98 in Game. And I do have a PSP.

ASDA also had them, but at £4 each. Neither of the places had the London one (not that I wanted it).



i went to asda to asda today and they were £7.50 even got the woman to check at the till. might just go into game and get the paris one for £4.99 do you think they are worth that.

Got the rome paris and amsterdam from Asda Oldbury last night £2 they only had a couple left though.

anyone got the Paris one and wants to sell on...to me?
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