Recore (Xbox One) £8.99 Delivered @ Argos via eBay (Upgrades to Definitive Edition Free)
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Recore (Xbox One) £8.99 Delivered @ Argos via eBay (Upgrades to Definitive Edition Free)

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Found 8th Mar
From the legendary creator Keiji Inafune and the makers of Metroid Prime comes ReCore, an action-adventure masterfully crafted for a new generation. As one of the last remaining humans, forge friendships with courageous robot companions and lead them on an epic adventure through a mysterious, dynamic world.

  • Suitable for the Xbox One.
  • This game is classified as certificate 16. It contains content unsuitable for persons under 16 years old. It is illegal to supply it to anyone under that age. DO NOT attempt to purchase the item if you are under 16.
  • Build your perfect battle party by collecting and customizing corebots companions.
  • Lead your corebots into battle against dangerous robotic foes, including devious bosses.
  • Explore a dynamic world in a single-player campaign where sandstorms come and go, revealing new adventures.
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Anyone know if this is on Game Pass?
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Having a blast with this on game pass. Really fun game. Hope there's a sequel that irons out the issues and builds upon the lore!
Its probably worth saying this is on Game Pass at the moment.
Good price, good game. Whats not to like?

I should mention this is on gamepass which imo is a much better deal but I know some people prefer physical copies. Heat added.
Edited by: "BigTimeDealer" 8th Mar
Cheers. I've been waiting for this to go cheap-ish again. Should I mention that this is on Game Pass as well :P
Anyone know if this is on Game Pass?
Good find BUT think i'm gonna wait until this is added onto Games Pass.... ;-)
Is it possible to play in original ReCore without update to Definitive Edition on that disc?

TylerDurdenUK1 h, 15 m ago

Its probably worth saying this is on Game Pass at the moment.


So what? There are lot of people prefering physical releases instead of digital icons without any soul.
Hudbox1 m ago

Anyone know if this is on Game Pass?



Swingfog1 m ago

Good find BUT think i'm gonna wait until this is added onto Games Pass.... …Good find BUT think i'm gonna wait until this is added onto Games Pass.... ;-)


Yes, it is in Game Pass. Google hurts?
vorimenn4 m ago

Yes, it is in Game Pass. Google hurts?


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vorimenn19 m ago

Is it possible to play in original ReCore without update to Definitive …Is it possible to play in original ReCore without update to Definitive Edition on that disc?


Yes, play it offline. It is quite obviously unfinished though...
this game is incredibly dull,made me sad for the time i lost waiting for it to download
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vorimenn11 h, 47 m ago

Is it possible to play in original ReCore without update to Definitive …Is it possible to play in original ReCore without update to Definitive Edition on that disc? :)So what? There are lot of people prefering physical releases instead of digital icons without any soul.



Because a shiny plastic disc has a soul does it?
Picture shows 12 certificate?!
Spark5 h, 22 m ago

Because a shiny plastic disc has a soul does it?


Yes. You can touch it, you can have a fun from unboxing, you can feel that smell of new thing, you can just HAVE IT. Not only download and looking on pixels from the icon on the screen. What if the game won't be available to download? What if you doesn't have Internet connection and the game requires that (even if it's single player)? What if you would like to buy in better price? What is better? Download 100 GB or instal a game from the disc and download half of it? Of course the 2nd option. With the disc you can play offline. Disc are going to be cheaper faster than digitals. And there are collectors as well. I like to collect my games. They look so nice on the shelf. But if someone is for example 15 so that person won't potentially understand this.
vorimenn18 m ago

Yes. You can touch it, you can have a fun from unboxing, you can feel that …Yes. You can touch it, you can have a fun from unboxing, you can feel that smell of new thing, you can just HAVE IT. Not only download and looking on pixels from the icon on the screen. What if the game won't be available to download? What if you doesn't have Internet connection and the game requires that (even if it's single player)? What if you would like to buy in better price? What is better? Download 100 GB or instal a game from the disc and download half of it? Of course the 2nd option. With the disc you can play offline. Disc are going to be cheaper faster than digitals. And there are collectors as well. I like to collect my games. They look so nice on the shelf. But if someone is for example 15 so that person won't potentially understand this.

Can't say I've ever had a ball opening a DVD case tbh but whatever floats your boat.

Also worth pointing out that your disc becomes just as useless as a download as soon as the update servers are switched off, especially for a game like this that has changed pretty considerably since the disc versions were made. In the days of huge patches, disc installs aren't much faster either. You can play offline with a download version as well.

Basically what I'm trying to say here is that everything you just wrote was nonsense.
Maybe for you. In that case I'm traditionally and I will prefer game discs much better than some downloaded icons.
vorimenn20 m ago

Maybe for you. In that case I'm traditionally and I will prefer game discs …Maybe for you. In that case I'm traditionally and I will prefer game discs much better than some downloaded icons.



I understand that but the icons are now embedded into the game these days no matter which version you buy. People will start to realise that if/when the 360/PS3 servers get switched off in a couple of years from now. Games that were released on disc broken to buggery like this one was simply won't work anymore.
I don't care about "these days". "These days" and the future are getting worse.
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