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Sekiro™: Shadows Die Twice Xbox One £38.99 @ Microsoft
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Sekiro™: Shadows Die Twice Xbox One £38.99 @ Microsoft

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Posted 20th Nov 2019

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7 Comments
That’s a terrible deal
matthew.lawrence20/11/2019 20:40

That’s a terrible deal


It's dropped from 59.99 in the store. But if you can find me a cheaper digital deal for this game I'll take that.
It is cheaper than originally but I have yet to understand why digital is always more expensive. It doesn't bode well for bargain games in the future when everything is digital.
Scrat20/11/2019 20:45

It is cheaper than originally but I have yet to understand why digital is …It is cheaper than originally but I have yet to understand why digital is always more expensive. It doesn't bode well for bargain games in the future when everything is digital.


That's why I can't understand the whole digital Xbox One. Microsoft's pricing on their digital games is absolutely shocking (until today). Who in their right mind would pay £50 for a digital game when you can get it for half that for physical
thewrecker747720/11/2019 21:34

That's why I can't understand the whole digital Xbox One. Microsoft's …That's why I can't understand the whole digital Xbox One. Microsoft's pricing on their digital games is absolutely shocking (until today). Who in their right mind would pay £50 for a digital game when you can get it for half that for physical


It's to keep people in jobs, so what I've heard. People in factories and retailers.
Raphbatz20/11/2019 22:09

It's to keep people in jobs, so what I've heard. People in factories and …It's to keep people in jobs, so what I've heard. People in factories and retailers.


There is no actual benefit to the consumer though.. by buying the physical disk not only can you get it for a lot cheaper but you can also then trade in the game when you've had enough and make even more money back.

The console digital markets could learn a lot from PC digital markets that are much much cheaper.
steve_bezerker20/11/2019 23:29

There is no actual benefit to the consumer though.. by buying the physical …There is no actual benefit to the consumer though.. by buying the physical disk not only can you get it for a lot cheaper but you can also then trade in the game when you've had enough and make even more money back.The console digital markets could learn a lot from PC digital markets that are much much cheaper.


Cheaper on PC to mostly stop pirate gaming. Been doing it for years with cd codes, and even Ubisoft tried a secure software. That's why many game developers like to use launchers on PC.
Also console digital gaming can also be shared to another console for free with a friend or family.
There is also many sites on the net that you can get console keys cheap.
Edited by: "Raphbatz" 21st Nov 2019
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