South Park: Fractured But Whole: Gold [Xbox One - Download Code] - £54.99 @ Amazon
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South Park: Fractured But Whole: Gold [Xbox One - Download Code] - £54.99 @ Amazon

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Found 4th Nov
Just been looking around and this seems a real decent deal.
It's the Gold download code (I know you can get physical a bit cheaper).

Just tried it and has the main game + gold add-ons and the additional game South Park: The stick of true for free.

26 Comments

Must not buy
-goes to site
Must not buy
-adds to basket
Must not buy
-DAMMIT HEAT

Been like this since release

Doesn't seem great to me tbh given there is no resale value like there would be with a physical disk. Plus the physical disk has been available £20 cheaper than this, albeit without the dlc

It's cheaper than CD Keys w/season pass and with CD Keys you can't guarantee the stick of truth is included - Ubi say they're not an official vendor so won't endorse it. Retail disc has value of course, but this is good for dig game + pass + bonus game

dannydumkow17 m ago

Been like this since release


No it hasn't. I've been keeping an eye on this game and standard ed was this price. Not gold

nice, glad amazon are bringing some digital prices down. Bought this game for £42 and traded it in a week later for £28 losing £14. rather game share at £27.50 and don't have the need to rush or hey wait for digital sales

Sorry but while I'm sure the latest game is great, I just can't vote hot on a £55 game, especially one that is download only so you are never getting any of that back either. It may have Stick of Truth but that game, while good, is so old it's probably only worth a few quid by now anyway....

God is this how much some games cost now? That's nuts. Some good extras (and maybe i'm just a cheapskate) but it seems a lot of money even for what i expect is the definitive version of the game. (did quite like stick of truth though)

ST31231 h, 31 m ago

Sorry but while I'm sure the latest game is great, I just can't vote hot …Sorry but while I'm sure the latest game is great, I just can't vote hot on a £55 game, especially one that is download only so you are never getting any of that back either. It may have Stick of Truth but that game, while good, is so old it's probably only worth a few quid by now anyway....




Luckily some of us dont care if we dont get any money back from reselling games.

otterboxer1 h, 10 m ago

God is this how much some games cost now? That's nuts. Some good extras …God is this how much some games cost now? That's nuts. Some good extras (and maybe i'm just a cheapskate) but it seems a lot of money even for what i expect is the definitive version of the game. (did quite like stick of truth though)




Video game prices have hardly changed in 20+ years mate.,

Was so disappointed with this no where near as good as stick of truth

fattyuk2 h, 37 m ago

Luckily some of us dont care if we dont get any money back from reselling …Luckily some of us dont care if we dont get any money back from reselling games.

My thoughts exactly.. digital all the way my only annoyance is game discs should be charged higher than digital since theres no processing costs involved .. and no resale, bit like friday the 13th did it was cheaper digital than on disc. They need to do away with disc its why so many good games fail to go further not making enough money due to places like cex. Or make games discs one time use.. bet everyone would go digital then.

fattyuk3 h, 3 m ago

Video game prices have hardly changed in 20+ years mate.,


Maybe not in America but definitely in the UK. Its only been a slow creep I can't remember paying £40+ for any PS1/Dreamcast games or even PS2/Xbox/Gamecube game, not sure about N64 because I didn't own one.

dannyguk9133 m ago

My thoughts exactly.. digital all the way my only annoyance is game discs …My thoughts exactly.. digital all the way my only annoyance is game discs should be charged higher than digital since theres no processing costs involved .. and no resale, bit like friday the 13th did it was cheaper digital than on disc. They need to do away with disc its why so many good games fail to go further not making enough money due to places like cex. Or make games discs one time use.. bet everyone would go digital then.


Helllllll no! They should charge differently and naturally people would slowly go digital as they'd save money but there should always be a choice for the consumer. I personally prefer owning physical copies of my games but I still have many games digitally for convenience when they were cheap. I agree too many games fall by the wayside but I presume we are talking about indies and that is just the nature of the product. What we need is indie studios that have gotten massive like ARK and PUBG to start to develop AAA games but until then we'll have to cope with CoD every year

RustInPeace21121 h, 3 m ago

Helllllll no! They should charge differently and naturally people would …Helllllll no! They should charge differently and naturally people would slowly go digital as they'd save money but there should always be a choice for the consumer. I personally prefer owning physical copies of my games but I still have many games digitally for convenience when they were cheap. I agree too many games fall by the wayside but I presume we are talking about indies and that is just the nature of the product. What we need is indie studios that have gotten massive like ARK and PUBG to start to develop AAA games but until then we'll have to cope with CoD every year



"What we need is indie studios that have gotten massive like ARK and PUBG start to develop AAA games but until then we'll have to cope with CoD every year"

PC master race?

RustInPeace21121 h, 19 m ago

Maybe not in America but definitely in the UK. Its only been a slow creep …Maybe not in America but definitely in the UK. Its only been a slow creep I can't remember paying £40+ for any PS1/Dreamcast games or even PS2/Xbox/Gamecube game, not sure about N64 because I didn't own one.

N64 games were £45-55 in 1997, that's £75-92 today when corrected for inflation. PS1 games were £40 then.
Edited by: "Scottc123" 4th Nov

fattyuk26 m ago

"What we need is indie studios that have gotten massive like ARK and PUBG …"What we need is indie studios that have gotten massive like ARK and PUBG start to develop AAA games but until then we'll have to cope with CoD every year"PC master race?


Nope, not in the slightest more like play whatever platform a good game I want to play is on master race. I know I couldn't run ARK or PUBG. I use CoD as an example because it has not missed a year since I can remember and its slowly slipped in my favour.

Scottc12356 m ago

N64 games were £45-55 in 1997, that's £75-92 today when corrected for i …N64 games were £45-55 in 1997, that's £75-92 today when corrected for inflation. PS1 games were £40 then.




Thanks i didnt reply cause i thought i might be talking rubbish lol but what you say is true,!

"I can't remember paying £40+ for any PS1/Dreamcast games or even PS2/Xbox/Gamecube gam"


Would love to know where he bought his games before the internet sold video games!


ps2/xbox i know for a fact your paying £40 from the likes of hmv/game/virgin megastores/blockbuster - wow i feel old xD

and yes n64 games! some you was easily looking at £50.

RustInPeace211239 m ago

Nope, not in the slightest more like play whatever platform a good game I …Nope, not in the slightest more like play whatever platform a good game I want to play is on master race. I know I couldn't run ARK or PUBG. I use CoD as an example because it has not missed a year since I can remember and its slowly slipped in my favour.




I literally do not understand your point.

RustInPeace21122 h, 9 m ago

Helllllll no! They should charge differently and naturally people would …Helllllll no! They should charge differently and naturally people would slowly go digital as they'd save money but there should always be a choice for the consumer. I personally prefer owning physical copies of my games but I still have many games digitally for convenience when they were cheap. I agree too many games fall by the wayside but I presume we are talking about indies and that is just the nature of the product. What we need is indie studios that have gotten massive like ARK and PUBG to start to develop AAA games but until then we'll have to cope with CoD every year



"and naturally people would slowly go digital as they'd save money but there should always be a choice for the consumer."


there already is mate.

fattyuk5 h, 46 m ago

Luckily some of us dont care if we dont get any money back from reselling …Luckily some of us dont care if we dont get any money back from reselling games.



I don't personally, but I know a lot of people do. Personally prefer having my games digitally for simple convenience of not having to have the right disc in. The disc only gets used the first time anyway, after that it is more like just a pass card to say the game can run, which is daft really having to put it in when it isn't even being read apart from the first second to check it's there but I digress.

While I prefer digital, I would NEVER spend £50+ on one digital game, unless I was game sharing or they devised some kind of reselling/trading for digital products and even then it would have to be something truly special....

fattyuk3 h, 38 m ago

"and naturally people would slowly go digital as they'd save money but …"and naturally people would slowly go digital as they'd save money but there should always be a choice for the consumer."there already is mate.


I didn't say there isn't. He said they should do away with discs and I was defending the opposite.

fattyuk3 h, 41 m ago

I literally do not understand your point.


How? Its simple, I play what I want on whatever platform it happens to be on. I'm exhausted with CoD every year....do you get it yet

RustInPeace211226 m ago

How? Its simple, I play what I want on whatever platform it happens to be …How? Its simple, I play what I want on whatever platform it happens to be on. I'm exhausted with CoD every year....do you get it yet




I honestly have no idea why you mention cod? i haven't played a call of duty in 6 years and yet in my world of video gaming, it doesnt even come into the equation. let alone me to even mention it?

maybe you should play battlefield? if cod isnt what you like?
Edited by: "fattyuk" 4th Nov

fattyuk5 h, 26 m ago

Thanks i didnt reply cause i thought i might be talking rubbish lol but …Thanks i didnt reply cause i thought i might be talking rubbish lol but what you say is true,!"I can't remember paying £40+ for any PS1/Dreamcast games or even PS2/Xbox/Gamecube gam"Would love to know where he bought his games before the internet sold video games!ps2/xbox i know for a fact your paying £40 from the likes of hmv/game/virgin megastores/blockbuster - wow i feel old xDand yes n64 games! some you was easily looking at £50.


Final Fantasy IX. PS1 end of life. £39.99 on release day. These people do like to exaggerate the price rises

chocobogamer4th Nov

No it hasn't. I've been keeping an eye on this game and standard ed was …No it hasn't. I've been keeping an eye on this game and standard ed was this price. Not gold


It was posted straight after release, Amazon have had it at this price since.
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