Star Wars Battlefront II PC Game £14.99 @ Argos
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Star Wars Battlefront II PC Game £14.99 @ Argos

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Found 18th JulEdited by:"UB3RJU1C3D"
Star Wars Battlefront 2 for the PC

Its a digital download but comes in a dvd case with Code inside.

This is easily the cheapest that I've seen it at! It's currently £18.99 on CD Keys or around £18.05 with the 5% off...
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It's the cheapest price on the internet.

But as usual, most will click cold because of their personal preference rather than the fact it is the cheapest deal around for the small amount of people who might see this as a good deal.

Its a great game, and the changes they've made to the loot boxes is significant. It runs extremely well, multiplayer is fun and the single player is short but decent.

God only knows where SteQ has been living for the past 20 years but not a single PC game purchased since the iteration of Steam, Origin, Uplay etc, can ever be sold on. That is just the nature of PC gaming.
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Cold. This is worth a fiver, max. Not worth £15, especially not a digital code you can't sell on.

PS - I purchased this on release for PC. Regretted it after 2 days. Never played it since.
SteQ1 m ago

Cold. This is worth a fiver, max. Not worth £15, especially not a digital …Cold. This is worth a fiver, max. Not worth £15, especially not a digital code you can't sell on.PS - I purchased this on release for PC. Regretted it after 2 days. Never played it since.


Thanks for your input
The Force is cold with this one!
SteQ53 m ago

Cold. This is worth a fiver, max. Not worth £15, especially not a digital …Cold. This is worth a fiver, max. Not worth £15, especially not a digital code you can't sell on.PS - I purchased this on release for PC. Regretted it after 2 days. Never played it since.



Since when could you ever sell on PC codes ?
It's the cheapest price on the internet.

But as usual, most will click cold because of their personal preference rather than the fact it is the cheapest deal around for the small amount of people who might see this as a good deal.

Its a great game, and the changes they've made to the loot boxes is significant. It runs extremely well, multiplayer is fun and the single player is short but decent.

God only knows where SteQ has been living for the past 20 years but not a single PC game purchased since the iteration of Steam, Origin, Uplay etc, can ever be sold on. That is just the nature of PC gaming.
Discotech24 m ago

Since when could you ever sell on PC codes ?


Learn to read.
EmperorRosko1 h, 36 m ago

It's the cheapest price on the internet.But as usual, most will click cold …It's the cheapest price on the internet.But as usual, most will click cold because of their personal preference rather than the fact it is the cheapest deal around for the small amount of people who might see this as a good deal.Its a great game, and the changes they've made to the loot boxes is significant. It runs extremely well, multiplayer is fun and the single player is short but decent.God only knows where SteQ has been living for the past 20 years but not a single PC game purchased since the iteration of Steam, Origin, Uplay etc, can ever be sold on. That is just the nature of PC gaming.


20 years? Not true. Up until maybe 10 or so years ago, codes unlocked the game installer, but could still be sold on physically, i.e. The game wasn't locked to an account.
Decent price but it's EA so I am morally obliged to hit the cold button
Decent price for what is a pretty good (but short) single player campaign.

The servers are pretty dead on PC now though. You can only really get games quick in certain modes and at busier times of the day. You may also need to do some server hopping to different territories to get a game.
Edited by: "darthstatto" 18th Jul
imdurc4 h, 10 m ago

20 years? Not true. Up until maybe 10 or so years ago, codes unlocked the …20 years? Not true. Up until maybe 10 or so years ago, codes unlocked the game installer, but could still be sold on physically, i.e. The game wasn't locked to an account.


I said where has SteQ been living for the past 20 years, then went on to say that since the iteration of DRM clients such as Steam and friends, games could not be sold. Read carefully first before retaliating, makes you look very silly
EmperorRosko5 h, 59 m ago

I said where has SteQ been living for the past 20 years, then went on to …I said where has SteQ been living for the past 20 years, then went on to say that since the iteration of DRM clients such as Steam and friends, games could not be sold. Read carefully first before retaliating, makes you look very silly


I was just setting the record straight. You did say, "for the past 20 years", so that's on you. Also, Steam and the like didn't suddenly spring up with a library of games in 2004 etc. If you don't want people quoting you incorrectly, correct your grammar, e.g. "not a single PC game purchased since the iteration of Steam, Origin, Uplay etc, can ever be sold on."
Is also at same price on Amazon
EmperorRosko17 h, 28 m ago

It's the cheapest price on the internet.But as usual, most will click cold …It's the cheapest price on the internet.But as usual, most will click cold because of their personal preference rather than the fact it is the cheapest deal around for the small amount of people who might see this as a good deal.Its a great game, and the changes they've made to the loot boxes is significant. It runs extremely well, multiplayer is fun and the single player is short but decent.God only knows where SteQ has been living for the past 20 years but not a single PC game purchased since the iteration of Steam, Origin, Uplay etc, can ever be sold on. That is just the nature of PC gaming.


Your comment is valid, and if were a different game i'd probably be right there with you. But I feel that in order for something to be classed as a hot deal it needs to have value. £15 for a piece of poo is still a piece of poo. I was just trying to say that I do not think this is a good deal. You are right about the single player campaign... medeocre imo, but star wars; hence my £5 statement.

I mentioned pysical copies because although I am a PC gamer, I am aware that the game is avalible on other platforms that have them. If this were a physical PS4 or Xbox game you could argue its a good deal because you could sell it on for a tenner.

And loot boxes... I don't want to rant about them because I can go on for a long time about my opinions about gambling. However strictly game related comments: All the pay to win aspects of the game are still there. Worse, they are now restricted to people who bought the game and payed for them when the game came out. New players can't hope to gain the same advantage without hours of grinding and leveling up.
Edited by: "SteQ" 19th Jul
EA and loot boxes, no thanks. You can't polish a turd, but you can roll it in glitter.

But in the spirit of HUKD, i'm still voting hot for the deal.
Tempting... Sold my copy with a console when it came out as the MTX were at their height, but since they've been scaled down, hmm...
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