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Super Mario Odyssey (Nintendo Switch) Digital Download (Korea region) for £29.94
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Super Mario Odyssey (Nintendo Switch) Digital Download (Korea region) for £29.94

£29.94£36.9919%Nintendo Shop Deals
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Posted 27th Dec 2019

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I have not seen a better price. You need to register a south Korean account and change the region of your switch to Korean to activate it.

You might need to make use of google translate and a fee-free card.
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Decent price for those who want digital but not worth the hassle for me. Physical is £36.99 at Currys, so for the extra £7 can resell it later.
ando27/12/2019 11:34

Don't think it will, speed runs i've seen stay in chinese/japanese, how do …Don't think it will, speed runs i've seen stay in chinese/japanese, how do you know?


It is known that if you buy from different regions it will change to the home language on the console and not the country tied to the nnid.

I have bought loads of games from different regions and it always changes to English.

Also, speed runs are often in a different language as it sometimes saves times. Text tends to scroll quicker in Japanese versions of some games.
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Decent price for those who want digital but not worth the hassle for me. Physical is £36.99 at Currys, so for the extra £7 can resell it later.
Think it's cheaper in Hong Kong:

🇭🇰 Hong Kong £42.35 -£29.52
🇰🇷 South Korea £42.87-£30.01
🇦🇺 Australia £42.65
🇦🇷 Argentina £45.40
🇺🇸 United States £46.12
🇯🇵 Japan £46.12
🇳🇿 New Zealand £46.10
🇨🇱 Chile £47.41
🇧🇷 Brazil £47.45
🇸🇪 Sweden £48.91
🇨🇦 Canada £49.18
🇬🇧 United Kingdom £49.99
🇵🇱 Poland £50.03
Edited by: "pirate1" 27th Dec 2019
Probably it'll eventually be this price in a Nintendo UK sale. Eventually. *watches hair go grey*
Lionyone27/12/2019 10:50

Probably it'll eventually be this price in a Nintendo UK sale. Eventually. …Probably it'll eventually be this price in a Nintendo UK sale. Eventually. *watches hair go grey*


It's amazing how the prices don't come down. Paid £42 for a second hand splatoon game for my kid. Madness
batdroid27/12/2019 10:54

It's amazing how the prices don't come down. Paid £42 for a second hand …It's amazing how the prices don't come down. Paid £42 for a second hand splatoon game for my kid. Madness



The benefits of a monopoly and goods which are free to reproduce.
Heat for the price.

I’m waiting for the UK digital sale on Nintendo titles that will hopefully happen as New Year/Jan sales. I don’t expect £29, £33ish something like that maybe.
SmutBuffet27/12/2019 10:56

The benefits of a monopoly and goods which are free to reproduce.


They are also very very good games. Although it's 2 years old, as a 3D platformer SMO hasn't been topped on any platform. Which is remarkable considering there's Xbox, Playstation, and PC. SM Odyssey is regularly ranked, even two years on, as one of the best games of all time. So if you like it, you're getting a five star luxury experience like no other.
Edited by: "Lionyone" 27th Dec 2019
I voted hot and then noticed the Korean BS.
£30 for non english, cold very cold.
ando27/12/2019 11:28

£30 for non english, cold very cold.


The language will change to your console region.
Johnny_boy27/12/2019 11:32

The language will change to your console region.


Don't think it will, speed runs i've seen stay in chinese/japanese, how do you know?
ando27/12/2019 11:34

Don't think it will, speed runs i've seen stay in chinese/japanese, how do …Don't think it will, speed runs i've seen stay in chinese/japanese, how do you know?


It is known that if you buy from different regions it will change to the home language on the console and not the country tied to the nnid.

I have bought loads of games from different regions and it always changes to English.

Also, speed runs are often in a different language as it sometimes saves times. Text tends to scroll quicker in Japanese versions of some games.
Johnny_boy27/12/2019 12:05

It is known that if you buy from different regions it will change to the …It is known that if you buy from different regions it will change to the home language on the console and not the country tied to the nnid.I have bought loads of games from different regions and it always changes to English.Also, speed runs are often in a different language as it sometimes saves times. Text tends to scroll quicker in Japanese versions of some games.


I'll take your word for it then, OP stated we'd need google translate , so assumed he was correct
Edited by: "ando" 27th Dec 2019
ando27/12/2019 12:17

I'll take your word for it then, OP stated we'd need google translate I'll take your word for it then, OP stated we'd need google translate , so assumed he was correct


I think that refers to changing your browser to Korean so you can buy.

If in doubt buy something for a £1 or so and see if it is ok. As stated though, I have purchased things from a variety of different eshops and never had an issue.
ando27/12/2019 11:34

Don't think it will, speed runs i've seen stay in chinese/japanese, how do …Don't think it will, speed runs i've seen stay in chinese/japanese, how do you know?


It is mostly on a per game basis. When my wife has the system language on Chinese, Zelda will play in the Chinese and if I switch the language to English, the game changes also. However, Witcher only plays in English. Possibly due to mandarin not being supported. I'm also aware that some games can select languages in game.
Any confirmation fee free cards (e.g Monzo) work? I'd have figured Korea/Hong Kong would be the same as USA, Japan etc with needing eshop vouchers. South Africa and Russia I understand are the exceptions as they fall under the European Nintendo...
pirate127/12/2019 10:21

Think it's cheaper in Hong Kong: 🇭🇰 Hong Kong £42.35 -£29.52 & …Think it's cheaper in Hong Kong: 🇭🇰 Hong Kong £42.35 -£29.52 🇰🇷 South Korea £42.87-£30.01🇦🇺 Australia £42.65🇦🇷 Argentina £45.40🇺🇸 United States £46.12🇯🇵 Japan £46.12🇳🇿 New Zealand £46.10🇨🇱 Chile £47.41🇧🇷 Brazil £47.45🇸🇪 Sweden £48.91🇨🇦 Canada £49.18🇬🇧 United Kingdom £49.99🇵🇱 Poland £50.03


Is there a go-to place for finding Hong Kong/South Korea prices? (Other than the region specific official nintendo websites). Don't appear to show on Eshop-prices site...
Cupphead27/12/2019 18:59

Is there a go-to place for finding Hong Kong/South Korea prices? (Other …Is there a go-to place for finding Hong Kong/South Korea prices? (Other than the region specific official nintendo websites). Don't appear to show on Eshop-prices site...


eshop-prices.com/?cu…GBP
Is it this one ?
pirate127/12/2019 19:02

https://eshop-prices.com/?currency=GBPIs it this one ?


Woops! My bad! Was looking at games which hadn't had a Hong Kong release! Doi
Have people been able to buy this with a Monzo card or any card ?
Edited by: "ThePointyEnd" 28th Dec 2019
This is the sort of game you want as a physical copy so I'd say your better off paying a fiver more for it. Truly an amazing game!
I used Revolut for it yesterday from the Hong Kong store and worked easily enough. Cheers op
rdr1228/12/2019 08:40

This is the sort of game you want as a physical copy.


Why?
Spark29/12/2019 00:34

Why?


A classic Mario game like this I would rather own a physical copy of. Only my personal opinion. I know alot of people prefer having all downloaded on switch
rdr1229/12/2019 08:08

A classic Mario game like this I would rather own a physical copy of. Only …A classic Mario game like this I would rather own a physical copy of. Only my personal opinion. I know alot of people prefer having all downloaded on switch


My understanding is that these days most people usually only want a physical copy as a gift or because they plan on getting rid of it at some point.
Spark29/12/2019 09:28

My understanding is that these days most people usually only want a …My understanding is that these days most people usually only want a physical copy as a gift or because they plan on getting rid of it at some point.


Yeah fair enough, each to their own
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