SteamWorld Dig 2 (Nintendo Switch / PS4) £24.99 Delivered (Preorder) @ 365games
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SteamWorld Dig 2 (Nintendo Switch / PS4) £24.99 Delivered (Preorder) @ 365games

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Found 20th FebEdited by:"mixmixi"
As I checked the current prices for physical version from other retailers are as below:

- Simplygame £26.85
- The Game Collection £27.95
- Shopto £28.85
- Base £29.99
- GAME £29.99
- Amazon & Argos (KIA)


Grab your pickaxe and dig into the sequel to the award-winning SteamWorld Dig! A platform mining adventure forged in Metroidvania flames. When an old trading town is struck by mysterious earthquakes, it’s up to a lone steambot and her unlikely companion to uncover what trembling terrors lie beneath.

SteamWorld Dig 2 Features:

  • Includes exclusive double-sided poster and special reversible inlay with never-before seen artwork.
  • Dig your way underground and explore vivid worlds riddled with treasure, secrets and traps.
  • Combat dangerous enemies at every turn of the underworld’s twisted paths, including shadowy creatures and the haunted remains of an ancient electrical threat.
  • Upgrade your gear to forge deeper into the earth and take on bigger challenges.
  • Swing across large chasms with your Hookshot and fly through caves with the Jet Engine.
  • And finally, learn the truth about your long-lost friend.
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gaz8411 m ago

With a £10 price difference, I see zero reason to pay extra for the …With a £10 price difference, I see zero reason to pay extra for the physical copy.If they were the same price and you get some resale value to make the physical copy cheaper overall, I'd understand. Cold from me.Although I do own the game and its pretty dam good! I purchased digitally.


While I understand and respect your opinion but I have to add the digital price is RRP and the deal I posted is £5 cheaper than RRP. I understand digital is working out cheaper and that’s what I mentioned in the first comment too but it’s just wrong to assume everyone is in favour of buying digital. In fact with Switch and it’s limitations I don’t see much benefit on investing on building up a digital library.

Also, talking about personal reasons, I am proud of physical collection. Could’ve never fit a digital title on my shelf.

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mixmixi2 m ago

While I understand and respect your opinion but I have to add the digital …While I understand and respect your opinion but I have to add the digital price is RRP and the deal I posted is £5 cheaper than RRP. I understand digital is working out cheaper and that’s what I mentioned in the first comment too but it’s just wrong to assume everyone is in favour of buying digital. In fact with Switch and it’s limitations I don’t see much benefit on investing on building up a digital library.Also, talking about personal reasons, I am proud of physical collection. Could’ve never fit a digital title on my shelf. [Image]



Please tell me they're in alphabetical order before I have a panic attack
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Just adding digital version for PS4 is currently £15.99 and the digital version of Switch is £14.99 if you prefer buying digital.
Hot price for physical (and no switch tax!?)

Release date is April 12 2018 though so there's likely to be digital price drop on PSN by that point.... Conflicted now

I flippin loved the first Steamworld Dig and have just finished playing Steamworld Heist which is different, but equally amazing.
Edited by: "NickBoyland" 20th Feb
With a £10 price difference, I see zero reason to pay extra for the physical copy.

If they were the same price and you get some resale value to make the physical copy cheaper overall, I'd understand. Cold from me.

Although I do own the game and its pretty dam good! I purchased digitally.
gaz8411 m ago

With a £10 price difference, I see zero reason to pay extra for the …With a £10 price difference, I see zero reason to pay extra for the physical copy.If they were the same price and you get some resale value to make the physical copy cheaper overall, I'd understand. Cold from me.Although I do own the game and its pretty dam good! I purchased digitally.


While I understand and respect your opinion but I have to add the digital price is RRP and the deal I posted is £5 cheaper than RRP. I understand digital is working out cheaper and that’s what I mentioned in the first comment too but it’s just wrong to assume everyone is in favour of buying digital. In fact with Switch and it’s limitations I don’t see much benefit on investing on building up a digital library.

Also, talking about personal reasons, I am proud of physical collection. Could’ve never fit a digital title on my shelf.

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mixmixi2 m ago

While I understand and respect your opinion but I have to add the digital …While I understand and respect your opinion but I have to add the digital price is RRP and the deal I posted is £5 cheaper than RRP. I understand digital is working out cheaper and that’s what I mentioned in the first comment too but it’s just wrong to assume everyone is in favour of buying digital. In fact with Switch and it’s limitations I don’t see much benefit on investing on building up a digital library.Also, talking about personal reasons, I am proud of physical collection. Could’ve never fit a digital title on my shelf. [Image]



Please tell me they're in alphabetical order before I have a panic attack
mixmixi6 m ago

Switch and it’s limitations


??? My Switch doesn't seem to have any.

Nice library
mixmixi16 m ago

While I understand and respect your opinion but I have to add the digital …While I understand and respect your opinion but I have to add the digital price is RRP and the deal I posted is £5 cheaper than RRP. I understand digital is working out cheaper and that’s what I mentioned in the first comment too but it’s just wrong to assume everyone is in favour of buying digital. In fact with Switch and it’s limitations I don’t see much benefit on investing on building up a digital library.Also, talking about personal reasons, I am proud of physical collection. Could’ve never fit a digital title on my shelf. [Image]


Well here's a limitation of the Switch - Carts are the slowest loading medium you can play a Switch game on.
gaz8414 m ago

??? My Switch doesn't seem to have any.Nice library


freedms_stain5 m ago

Well here's a limitation of the Switch - Carts are the slowest loading …Well here's a limitation of the Switch - Carts are the slowest loading medium you can play a Switch game on.



This is from Nintendo's T&C:

"The Software is licensed, not sold, to you solely for your personal, noncommercial use on your [device]."

You pay for the software, but you don't own it. That is as clearly as you can see. Also, digital purchases are tied to the device, aren't they? Then for some it may mean they could lose their library at some point.
silvercondor20 m ago

Please tell me they're in alphabetical order before I have a panic attack …Please tell me they're in alphabetical order before I have a panic attack


They are not. Only the LRG titles are ordered based on LR numbers and some games are organised based on their cover colour and that's it. Everytime I am looking for a game I have to google it up to see what colour is the cover to find it, lol.
mixmixi24 m ago

While I understand and respect your opinion but I have to add the digital …While I understand and respect your opinion but I have to add the digital price is RRP and the deal I posted is £5 cheaper than RRP. I understand digital is working out cheaper and that’s what I mentioned in the first comment too but it’s just wrong to assume everyone is in favour of buying digital. In fact with Switch and it’s limitations I don’t see much benefit on investing on building up a digital library.Also, talking about personal reasons, I am proud of physical collection. Could’ve never fit a digital title on my shelf. [Image]


I do not see any physical switch games amongst your collection, but I totally agree with your comment above.
mastermjr2004111 m ago

I do not see any physical switch games amongst your collection, but I …I do not see any physical switch games amongst your collection, but I totally agree with your comment above.


I do not own a Switch console or game at all. Only PS4 and vita and a tad bit of XO.
mixmixi46 m ago

While I understand and respect your opinion but I have to add the digital …While I understand and respect your opinion but I have to add the digital price is RRP and the deal I posted is £5 cheaper than RRP. I understand digital is working out cheaper and that’s what I mentioned in the first comment too but it’s just wrong to assume everyone is in favour of buying digital. In fact with Switch and it’s limitations I don’t see much benefit on investing on building up a digital library.Also, talking about personal reasons, I am proud of physical collection. Could’ve never fit a digital title on my shelf. [Image]


Mother of god . Is that 480 physical games or do my eyes deceive me? Egads I didn't see the bottom shelf. How many of those have you found the time to finish :)?
Edited by: "copperspock" 20th Feb
mixmixi46 m ago

While I understand and respect your opinion but I have to add the digital …While I understand and respect your opinion but I have to add the digital price is RRP and the deal I posted is £5 cheaper than RRP. I understand digital is working out cheaper and that’s what I mentioned in the first comment too but it’s just wrong to assume everyone is in favour of buying digital. In fact with Switch and it’s limitations I don’t see much benefit on investing on building up a digital library.Also, talking about personal reasons, I am proud of physical collection. Could’ve never fit a digital title on my shelf. [Image]


You sir have good taste! I am a physical collector myself. More Nintendo than Sony but my love for both platforms is always there.

Is Kingdom Hearts on that shelf my good man?



Also to keep it relevant to topic, HOT! This is the cheapest place for a retail Steamworld Dig 2
Regardless of price this is a Fantastic game and somewhat of a emotional ending surprisingly.
mixmixi20th Feb

This is from Nintendo's T&C:"The Software is licensed, not sold, to you …This is from Nintendo's T&C:"The Software is licensed, not sold, to you solely for your personal, noncommercial use on your [device]."You pay for the software, but you don't own it. That is as clearly as you can see. Also, digital purchases are tied to the device, aren't they? Then for some it may mean they could lose their library at some point.



Technically you're only buying a license with the physical copy too, all games are licensed, but it does circumvent potential lost access in the future.
copperspock20 m ago

Mother of god . Is that 480 physical games or do my eyes deceive …Mother of god . Is that 480 physical games or do my eyes deceive me? Egads I didn't see the bottom shelf. How many of those have you found the time to finish :)?


I own 627 PS4 and 134 vita physical titles (if I have not missed anything). I hardly played any of them to be honest.


King_Tetiro19 m ago

You sir have good taste! I am a physical collector myself. More Nintendo …You sir have good taste! I am a physical collector myself. More Nintendo than Sony but my love for both platforms is always there.Is Kingdom Hearts on that shelf my good man?Also to keep it relevant to topic, HOT! This is the cheapest place for a retail Steamworld Dig 2


Yes I have them both.
mixmixi7 m ago

I own 627 PS4 and 134 vita physical titles (if I have not missed …I own 627 PS4 and 134 vita physical titles (if I have not missed anything). I hardly played any of them to be honest.Yes I have them both.


I thought as much! So what's the ruling on things entering your collection? Is it just games you'll enjoy or the entire PS4 collection in general? Me personally, I look for memorable, good rated games that feel at home on the device
hotmep16 m ago

Technically you're only buying a license with the physical copy too, all …Technically you're only buying a license with the physical copy too, all games are licensed, but it does circumvent potential lost access in the future.


You are right, but when the license rights are revoked for any reason, who would be able to continue playing the game? The one who owned it digitally or the guys who had the disc?
King_Tetiro10 m ago

I thought as much! So what's the ruling on things entering your …I thought as much! So what's the ruling on things entering your collection? Is it just games you'll enjoy or the entire PS4 collection in general? Me personally, I look for memorable, good rated games that feel at home on the device


My goal is to collect a single copy of each PS4 game. My priorities are to collect the indies and region-exclusive games first. My personal preference is the JRPG/Anime based games. Pretty sure I won't be able to collect all PS4 titles but at least I will be standing somewhere in the middle.
mixmixi6 m ago

My goal is to collect a single copy of each PS4 game. My priorities are to …My goal is to collect a single copy of each PS4 game. My priorities are to collect the indies and region-exclusive games first. My personal preference is the JRPG/Anime based games. Pretty sure I won't be able to collect all PS4 titles but at least I will be standing somewhere in the middle.


That must mean Ni No Kuni is waiting in your pre-orders then as it is mine

That and Xenoblade 2 have been what I have waited for so long for. Next month is going to be great
King_Tetiro6 m ago

That must mean Ni No Kuni is waiting in your pre-orders then as it is mine …That must mean Ni No Kuni is waiting in your pre-orders then as it is mine ;)That and Xenoblade 2 have been what I have waited for so long for. Next month is going to be great


I preordered it on Amazon when it was announced (gone for the CE). I think it is going to be a great game. I really like the look of Xenoblade 2 and if ever I get a Switch that will be the first game I would play on it.
I've just spotted Undertale in your collection
mixmixi51 m ago

You are right, but when the license rights are revoked for any reason, who …You are right, but when the license rights are revoked for any reason, who would be able to continue playing the game? The one who owned it digitally or the guys who had the disc?



The big issue with modern physical titles is that they are rarely complete, multiple large patches usually follow so what you end up with is effectively half a game on a disc which weakens the argument to collect physical. Don't get me wrong, I also love physical but it is certainly less appealing these days. Disc rot is also a concern for the disc based systems.

Having said all of that, post a super high res image of your collection if you can. Looks awesome!
mixmixi35 m ago

I preordered it on Amazon when it was announced (gone for the CE). I think …I preordered it on Amazon when it was announced (gone for the CE). I think it is going to be a great game. I really like the look of Xenoblade 2 and if ever I get a Switch that will be the first game I would play on it.


I went for the King's Edition. That music box figurine sold me the entire edition. I must have it!
AngryEnglishman15 m ago

The big issue with modern physical titles is that they are rarely …The big issue with modern physical titles is that they are rarely complete, multiple large patches usually follow so what you end up with is effectively half a game on a disc which weakens the argument to collect physical. Don't get me wrong, I also love physical but it is certainly less appealing these days. Disc rot is also a concern for the disc based systems.Having said all of that, post a super high res image of your collection if you can. Looks awesome!


I agree, that is why I appreciate the work some indie developer put into their releases more than what EA or other large companies do. For instance, LRG always releases the game with the latest patches on the disc. IMO, indie games get more work done on them rather than big titles (considering the amount of resources avaialble to both groups).
mixmixi25 m ago

I agree, that is why I appreciate the work some indie developer put into …I agree, that is why I appreciate the work some indie developer put into their releases more than what EA or other large companies do. For instance, LRG always releases the game with the latest patches on the disc. IMO, indie games get more work done on them rather than big titles (considering the amount of resources avaialble to both groups).



​Switch physical collecting is even more appealing in this regard as fully patched physical indie games are even more common as many of them are being released way after the digital versions or have existed for a long time on other platforms and are now being ported in a fully complete state. Carts are cool too!
Edited by: "AngryEnglishman" 20th Feb
AngryEnglishman3 m ago

​Switch physical collecting even more appealing in this regard as fully p …​Switch physical collecting even more appealing in this regard as fully patched physical indie games are even more common as many of them are being released way after the digital versions or have existed for a long time on other platforms and are now being ported in a fully complete state. Carts are cool too!


Hats off to you, sir. That is what I think too. It is just cool to have physical contents. Especially with Switch, no one can complain they feel lazy switching discs. Switch is all about switching.
Great game. I wish there was something to do after the boss tho so I could keep playing
mixmixi1 h, 20 m ago

Hats off to you, sir. That is what I think too. It is just cool to have …Hats off to you, sir. That is what I think too. It is just cool to have physical contents. Especially with Switch, no one can complain they feel lazy switching discs. Switch is all about switching.


Preaching to the choir there. Takes about 10 seconds to change a cartrdige. No excuses here,
mixmixi4 h, 15 m ago

This is from Nintendo's T&C:"The Software is licensed, not sold, to you …This is from Nintendo's T&C:"The Software is licensed, not sold, to you solely for your personal, noncommercial use on your [device]."You pay for the software, but you don't own it. That is as clearly as you can see. Also, digital purchases are tied to the device, aren't they? Then for some it may mean they could lose their library at some point.


Digital purchases are no longer tied to a device, but to a Nintendo account.

Also your about as likely to lose your digital library as much as you might lose your physical one in a fire 🔥

If you are reading and following all Ts&Cs, you’d never sign anything in your life!

Am I sniffing a generational gap here?!
gaz8428 m ago

Digital purchases are no longer tied to a device, but to a Nintendo …Digital purchases are no longer tied to a device, but to a Nintendo account. Also your about as likely to lose your digital library as much as you might lose your physical one in a fire 🔥 If you are reading and following all Ts&Cs, you’d never sign anything in your life!Am I sniffing a generational gap here?!


I have home and content insurance. But seriously, I did mention I respect your opinion. I think it is wise to read T&C's always, saves you losing money to ignorance. But again, I respect your views. Yes I am old, and yes there might be a gap but what does it have to do with having an opinion?
I've completed this game twice now. Love it. Hope there's a 3rd soon. The game ended leaving it open for a 3rd installment.
mixmixi5 h, 20 m ago

While I understand and respect your opinion but I have to add the digital …While I understand and respect your opinion but I have to add the digital price is RRP and the deal I posted is £5 cheaper than RRP. I understand digital is working out cheaper and that’s what I mentioned in the first comment too but it’s just wrong to assume everyone is in favour of buying digital. In fact with Switch and it’s limitations I don’t see much benefit on investing on building up a digital library.Also, talking about personal reasons, I am proud of physical collection. Could’ve never fit a digital title on my shelf. [Image]


Try taking them on the train to play on your switch
rockin_matt3 m ago

Try taking them on the train to play on your switch


Buy one of these and take it to the train. It is likely to be smaller than your Switch too.

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mixmixi20 m ago

I have home and content insurance. But seriously, I did mention I respect …I have home and content insurance. But seriously, I did mention I respect your opinion. I think it is wise to read T&C's always, saves you losing money to ignorance. But again, I respect your views. Yes I am old, and yes there might be a gap but what does it have to do with having an opinion?


And I said I like your collection

This wasn’t me mentioning it in a derogative way, apologies if it did.

Just from the way you prefer physical media, untrusting of digital content etc made me wonder if the reason for our difference of opinion was down to an age thing.

I’ve recently become a father and already all too aware of how I don’t quite understand snapchat ha!
mixmixi6 h, 14 m ago

While I understand and respect your opinion but I have to add the digital …While I understand and respect your opinion but I have to add the digital price is RRP and the deal I posted is £5 cheaper than RRP. I understand digital is working out cheaper and that’s what I mentioned in the first comment too but it’s just wrong to assume everyone is in favour of buying digital. In fact with Switch and it’s limitations I don’t see much benefit on investing on building up a digital library.Also, talking about personal reasons, I am proud of physical collection. Could’ve never fit a digital title on my shelf. [Image]


That is freakin awesome
mixmixi1 h, 44 m ago

I have home and content insurance. But seriously, I did mention I respect …I have home and content insurance. But seriously, I did mention I respect your opinion. I think it is wise to read T&C's always, saves you losing money to ignorance. But again, I respect your views. Yes I am old, and yes there might be a gap but what does it have to do with having an opinion?


Who's your Home and Content Insurance provider? Being a collector myself and planning to move out of my current arrange, I am looking to new insurance
King_Tetiro2 m ago

Who's your Home and Content Insurance provider? Being a collector myself …Who's your Home and Content Insurance provider? Being a collector myself and planning to move out of my current arrange, I am looking to new insurance


I am with Tesco Bank mate. I get my car insurance from them too for a few years. Would recommend them.
mixmixi3 m ago

I am with Tesco Bank mate. I get my car insurance from them too for a …I am with Tesco Bank mate. I get my car insurance from them too for a few years. Would recommend them.


Fantastic! I've been with Tesco Bank as well for my online banking. If they do contents insurance for video games I am all over that. Any tips for valuing them and whatnot? (First time insurance. Currently my collection is with the family)

Also I have pre-ordered Steamworld Dig 2 now. I can't wait! Another one for the collection!
Ordered. Thanks/
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