The Sims 4 Limited Edition only £38 at ASDA!
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The Sims 4 Limited Edition only £38 at ASDA!

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Found 5th Sep 2014
Just popped down to ASDA to pick this up this morning and they're selling the Limited Edition version for just £38! It comes with a little extra DLC.

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CDKeys - £25.99
365 Games - £31.99

Here it is online, at the same price, but OOS.

£38 seems quite pricey oO

Hope you enjoy the game though, I'm going to wait to hear some reviews first as the omissions I've heard seem to be putting me off. Where mah pools at?

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LilHammerette

£38 seems quite pricey oOHope you enjoy the game though, I'm going to … £38 seems quite pricey oOHope you enjoy the game though, I'm going to wait to hear some reviews first as the omissions I've heard seem to be putting me off. Where mah pools at?



A bit pricey? It seems damn right extortionate to me, I'm normally all for physical copy of games as and when I can, I know its weird but I just like to own the case, it kinda tells me I own that game not Steam

But in all fairness wether you have the disc or the download code the same thing is going to happen, It's going to end up launching from your Origin library, So purchasing from CDKeys would save you around £13.....which is a high percentage discount

BuzzDuraband

A bit pricey? It seems damn right extortionate to me, I'm normally all … A bit pricey? It seems damn right extortionate to me, I'm normally all for physical copy of games as and when I can, I know its weird but I just like to own the case, it kinda tells me I own that game not Steam :)But in all fairness wether you have the disc or the download code the same thing is going to happen, It's going to end up launching from your Origin library, So purchasing from CDKeys would save you around £13.....which is a high percentage discount



You can put the £13 saved towards the never ending stream of EPs too!

I know what you mean about physical v digital. I've slowly started making the switch to digital and my shelves have pretty much stopped growing so I have more space. It's not all bad though as as yet no one has invented digital shoes (_;)
Edited by: "LilHammerette" 5th Sep 2014

Even if you buy the disc you have to download the game (from what I hear). So far it has very mixed reviews. Some love it....some can't stand it. Either way there is a lot of talk about it being far too expensive for what it is.

Loads left out, and seems to be a focus on the basic game engine to help drive the later expansion packs.

Personally I'm going to wait and see how things develop. From the reviews at the moment I'd expect the price to fall (they spent 2 years developing an online sims .... only to change their mind and start developing again ... without an appropriate change in release date).

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taxi1

Even if you buy the disc you have to download the game (from what I … Even if you buy the disc you have to download the game (from what I hear). So far it has very mixed reviews. Some love it....some can't stand it. Either way there is a lot of talk about it being far too expensive for what it is.Loads left out, and seems to be a focus on the basic game engine to help drive the later expansion packs.Personally I'm going to wait and see how things develop. From the reviews at the moment I'd expect the price to fall (they spent 2 years developing an online sims .... only to change their mind and start developing again ... without an appropriate change in release date).



If Origin is downloading your game and you would rather install from … If Origin is downloading your game and you would rather install from disc, you can stop the download, and open Explorer in Windows (windows key-E) and double click on the Sims 4 DVD icon. This will start disc installation. If you are still worried about Origin downloading the game, you can set Origin to Offline mode while you install from the disc.

only £38.00 at ASDA!



only!

£38 for a PC game? Not too long ago retail PC new releases were £25-30...
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