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Gran Turismo Sport (PS4) £11.95 @ The Game Collection
Posted 22 h, 19 m agoPosted 22 h, 19 m ago
Been slightly cheaper as I could see. Still good price delivered I guess. Support Ps Vr
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Just started playing this a lil while ago and it's a great racing game....much better than I was expecting...not sure about those comments from people about cars handling like a bath tub or a tank, guess they've never driven sports cars around a track in real life...I did prefer this to even the mighty AC on my PC, just seemed to prefer the racing on this....but I have just picked up ACC so let's see how that goes..


I'm sure it's much more enjoyable with a wheel but I've been getting by.


That doesn't sound fun. I know we can use a controller but I thought as it is a simulator that it requires a wheel.




Assetto Corsa with a controller ?!

Titan Quest PS4/XB1 - £7.95 delivered @ The Game Collection
Posted 30th MayPosted 30th May
Seems a bit of a bargain for the PS4 version at least as CeX are selling for nearly double this price XB1 Link Explore the Ancient World Unlock arcane mysteries as you journ… Read more

Cex sell most things at double the price!


When ever I see a game like this I think of spartan ps2. Great game. I hate upgrades looking at the screen nenuk etc with spartan you just played it

Cable Guy Device Holders From £9.95 @ The Game Collection
Posted 30th MayPosted 30th May
Various Cable Guy device holders from £9.95- £22.95 SOLD OUT NOW : Crash Bandicoot XL for £14.95

Hulk bought! Cheers op. I’ve got about 6 of these now including Hulk. Love them.


That's unfortunate.


Yeah it really doesn't help a lot, it's not the best to be honest.


Don't know if you know but heard you can pull out a draw (where the warning sign is) on claptrap that helps support a controller.


I thought maybe I had a dodgy one but I think the claptrap one is a bit badly made. The others I have are great

SpongeBob Square Pants Battle For Bikini Bottom Rehydrated PS4 - £20.95 pre-order + free delivery @ The Game Collection
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Posted 30th MayPosted 30th May
All 3 Platforms at £20.95. Are you ready, kids? The cult classic is back, faithfully remade in spongetastic splendor! Play as SpongeBob, Patrick and Sandy and show the evil Plan… Read more
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Gone up to 22.95.


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Ordered thanks op


If you're on Xbox this is £8 from Brazil store. Pre-ordered it a few weeks back


I’ve went for the PS4 as I collect trophies, makes the expense that much better, having something to achieve.

EA SPORTS UFC 2 (Xbox One) - £4.95 Delivered @ The Game Collection
Posted 29th MayPosted 29th May
EA SPORTS UFC 2 innovates with stunning character likeness and animation, adds an all new Knockout Physics System and authentic gameplay features, and invites all fighters to step … Read more
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It was between McGregor/Aldo from UFC 194


I'm guessing Amanda Nunes and Khabib Nurmagomedov weren't photogenic enough for the cover? (lol)


Also free On EA Access




Also free on EA Access

Trials of Mana (Switch) @ The Game Collection - £35.95 delivered
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Posted 28th MayPosted 28th May
Trials of Mana for Nintendo Switch from The Game Collection. £35.95 seems lowest price for a physical copy since January. Free Delivery too. The early purchase dlc no longer appli… Read more
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OOS now.


Nnnng, must resist another switch game! Already got the Xenoblade special edition, borderlands and bioshock collections today, with the outer worlds due in a fortnight. That said, I had been looking at this recently and I'm concerned it might eventually become hard to find in physical, and I do have a few quids worth of points for TGC....


I can see that on some games lol! But I always want to catch all the Pokémon and get the hyrule shield but cba :) no incentive for me to do it :)


On the demo I felt the exact same thing, I did enjoy it though so will pick it up one day


I used to be a right achievement *****(you know) but when I finally moved from 360 to what then ended up being my true next machine (3ds) I felt completely liberated not having trophies. It meant I could play the game how I wanted to and not suffer though stuff if I wasn't enjoying it. Having said that I totally get the pros and cons an we are of an age that a lack of trophies doesn't mean you don't like the game etc, it's just there if you want to do them

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Root Letter Last Answer - Day One Edition PS4 £7.95 delivered at The Game Collection
Posted 28th MayPosted 28th May
The return of the best-selling interactive mystery visual novel! Follow in the footsteps of Aya Fumino, a school penfriend allegedly involved in a tragic murder 15 years ago. Explo… Read more

I liked it and at this price, it's an absolute bargain. It has its own story telling style, very much Japanese. Basically if you like VN's and the Japanese culture, you will enjoy this game. I can see why it can be a bit marmite with some people but it's text heavy which is exactly what it should be. In this version you get a live action mode with real actors and locations (big plus for my love of Japan and Shiname). It has multiple endings and some other quality of life updates that makes replays much more streamlined. Its an easy plat too. And no there's nothing weird schoolgirl stuff in it at all so ignore the above comment. Very likely confusing it with another game. Looking forward to the next game in the series.


I played the original expecting a phoenix wright level story while investigating the village. Tbh the storys not that interesting and the investigations you do are kind of frustrating because its quite unclear at times what evidence you are supposed to be presenting at times. Also what the story leads up to is very weird and the ending requirements are a bit all over the place. I am not sure what enhancements this new version has but if the story’s the same i wouldn’t expect too much if an improvement. Basically there are significantly better visual novel games out there imo.


I heard its awful, MetaCritic gives it average reviews. From watching gameplay, its a bit on the creepy watching school girls side of the ball park.


Can anyone who's played this advise whether its any good and worth your time?


This game bombed big time. Last summer it was great for buying brand new and taking into CEX for more money.

The Book of Unwritten Tales 2 Nintendo Switch £10.95 delivered at The Game Collection
Posted 28th MayPosted 28th May
Every world needs its heroes. However unlikely they may seem. Join Wilbur, Ivo, Nate and Critter in another classic point-and-click adventure in the wicked world of Aventásia. Help… Read more

I had a cracked version on a pc and was thinking of gettings this on switch, sort of pay the devs back... buttttt I alreafy have such a backlog of games to finish


I played it on the PS4 or and it's one of the games I remember. It's long but it's not too hard. It's more of a story and puzzle game. The trailer gives a good idea. I would buy it again but it's not everyone's genre.


Anyone played this? Worth buying?

Mass Effect: Andromeda [Xbox One] - £4.95 @ The Game Collection
Posted 27th MayPosted 27th May
£1 drop on this .. (y) DESCRIPTION Mass Effect: Andromeda takes players to the Andromeda galaxy, far beyond the Milky Way. There, players will lead our fight for a new home … Read more

I remember an online fuss about a poor ending which was eventually changed for the PC version, did the Xbone version get brought in line with this?


This game gets treated unfairly. I’m a fan of the series and really enjoyed this one.


I loved it. The space worm boss battles are a highlight. Not to be confused with space worm from the Gossipmongers podcast.


Absolutely agree. Anyone out there on the fence, get it. It's excellent.


This is a really good game. Gets it unfairly for not being as good as the original trilogy, very few games are. Certainly worth a fiver.

Resident Evil 7 - Biohazard PlayStation Hits (PS4 / PSVR) - £9.95 Delivered @ The Game Collection
Posted 27th MayPosted 27th May
4p cheaper than Base XD .. price dropped by £1 here .DESCRIPTION Resident Evil 7 Biohazard sets a new course for the Resident Evil series as it leverages its roots and opens t… Read more

Only played the demo in the creepy house, didn't get that far. Does sound a bit weird.


yep. like the casual way he reacted after seeing his wife for the first time in 3 years. or stapling severed limbs back on. might give it another try. its the first time ive played a re game since number 2 on a ps1.




i played a few hours on pc sunday night and found it a bit daft tbh.


Been wanting to play this, price too good to miss out on. Heat added

The Evil Within Limited Edition XBOX One £3.95 @ The Game Collection
Posted 27th MayPosted 27th May
Developed by Shinji Mikami - creator of the seminal Resident Evil series - and the talented team at Tango Gameworks, The Evil Within forces you to come face to face with twisted cr… Read more

Second game was a let down but does have a good ending


I bought the second game and still havnt been brave enough to play it (:I


One of my favorite games. I found it scarier then resident evil 7. Nearly shat myself when i first encountered Laura lol


Never thought I’d buy this game but for this price I’ve handed over my money(y)


Ordered this last week and can confirm it is the limited edition with all the extras.

Project Cars 2 XBOX One £4.95 @ The Game Collection
Posted 27th MayPosted 27th May
Project CARS 2 is the next evolution in the award-winning racing series, featuring the most iconic cars under the most thrilling of conditions to deliver the “Ultimate Driver Journ… Read more

This or Forza Horizon 3? I realize there are other Forzas but FH3 now £8.99


only good for as long as you keep your gold sub though. £5 for a sealed top top notch title game you can keep forever and use offline. Great price.


Got both games on Games with Gold. No wonder the price has dipped.


Great game, very realistic, lots of cars to choose from, hopefully you can avoid the idiot rammers in the online lobbies.


That’s a lot of game for that price. Excellent if you don’t already have it

Scribblenauts Showdown PS4 - £3.95 @ The Game Collection
Posted 27th MayPosted 27th May
In Scribblenauts Showdown mode, up to four players face off and imagine their way to victory through card-based strategy and creative skill. “Wordy” mini-games require unleashing t… Read more

I really enjoyed this, super fun with multiple players and an easy if grindy platinum. Iddal for smaller kids or non gamers


Not heard good things about this, but for under a fiver, it could be worth a punt.

[Xbox One] Metro Exodus - £11.95 delivered @ The Game Collection
Posted 26th MayPosted 26th May
The year is 2036.  A quarter-century after nuclear war devastated the earth, a few thousand survivors still cling to existence beneath the ruins of Moscow, in the tunnels of the M… Read more
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Thanks ordered, Heat!


Definitely my least favourite of the trilogy but still a great game, Heat!

Left Alive - Day One Edition (PS4) £5.95 Delivered @ TheGameCollection
Posted 26th MayPosted 26th May
LEFT ALIVE tells a human story of survival from the perspective of three different protagonists during the devastating invasion set in war-torn Novo Slava in 2127. Experience the … Read more
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Game Collection have always been brilliant for me. Best video game retailer in opinion. :)


hmmmm, from when did this happen? I've probs made like, 20 orders and they've all arrived for me within 48hrs+reliable for me with new games. even during the lockdown. only minor issue I've experienced really is that they once gave me a variant of a game that the cover was in french+english w/o disclaiming in the order. other than that no issues


Do I need this? No Are reviews good? No Did I buy it anyway? Yes


Game being bad is one thing and another is game collection being awful retailer. Every single order is in transit AGES, every single preorder I made (5in total) came days after release day. And now I still didn't received ManEater...I will be deffo avoiding them from now on, I had enough...


Good deal, terribad game.....avoid.

Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare - Legacy Edition (PS4) £7.95 Delivered (Like New) @ TheGameCollection (Code Included)
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Posted 26th MayPosted 26th May
Infinity Ward, the award-winning studio that helped to create the blockbuster Call of Duty franchise, reaches new heights with Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare. At its core, Infinite… Read more
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Modern Warfare remastered was actually a PS+ game at while back - I'd forgotten about that...


Read the desription, I posted an image for you


I redeemed a code recently without a problem. This was from a new copy of the game.


I wouldnt mind this just for the remaster but there's no guarentee of the code working or there being one is there?


Modern Warfare Remastered 8)

Bloodstained Ritual Of The Night (PS4) £14.95 at The Game Collection
Posted 25th MayPosted 25th May
Been looking around for the price drop. Cheapest I’ve found. Has good reviews so I will give it a go for this price. Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night is a gothic horror action si… Read more

Still too pricey for me. Waiting for sub tenner


I so wanted the Switch version to be good but I ended up platting it on the PS4 Pro last year and the gameplay was soli. From what I’ve read it’s still lousy on the Switch, even after the recent game optimisation patch. This is a bargain and a good version. Hot!


Great game loved it


No I traded it in, the switch version still feels very laggy to me and unresponsive


Thinking from personally experience I'd definitely go for the PS4, unless being portable is important for you

[Nintendo Switch] The Witcher 3: Complete Edition - £35.95 delivered @ The Game Collection
Posted 24th MayPosted 24th May
Winner of over 250 Game of the Year awards, The Witcher III: Wild Hunt is a story-driven, open world adventure set in a dark fantasy universe. You are Geralt of Rivia, mercenary m… Read more
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I got this for Switch Lite after everyone raving about it on here. I have this on the XbOne as well. Though I have to agree that they've done a good job on the Switch it is much better on the Xbox and I regret buying this version as it's just not as enjoyable and expensive. The graphics, whilst pleasant with excellent lighting, are blurred and smudged and there's terrible quite close pop in and for some reason the environmental sounds, such as wind, trees creaking are really overbearing in the Switch Lite version. If you don't have another console then I'd still suggest buying it as it is a great game but if you have the option, save yourself some cash and play a superior version on another format.


Talking about a company "getting away with it" is suggesting crime being committed here or a moral threshold that has been breached. Equally, the way you've spoken about "great work and customer loyalty" suggests that they're moral obligations rather than the value-adding elements that they are. The moral element arises again in the suggestion that I'm "defending" Nintendo for their business model. It's not a case of defending anyone, it's me trying to highlight some reasons as to why Nintendo may keep prices high while other companies do not - I am perfectly ambivalent to the entire saga. My original point was that value is subjective. You rate customer loyalty as a major contributor to value (perfectly reasonable position) and, therefore, it is something that you might be inclined to pay a premium for. You also rate good work (something both CD Projekt Red and Nintendo offer in spades) as important - which is what I was highlighting in my original post as a reason why The Witcher 3 could still be seen as good value (again, subjective) at £35.95 five years after it was released and even with the game being found cheaper elsewhere. In fact, Nintendo are fairly old school in the esteem in which they hold their IPs - i.e. they are not to be diminished or treated as less than premium. I was also suggesting that using words like "overcharging" or accusing me of being selfish is an emotive response to an economical reality. The fact that the game is cheaper elsewhere and there is so much choice on offer is a sign of a healthy situation rather than an affront to the decency. The game industry is a wonderfully open market where all tastes and price points can be catered for. So, my point was that Nintendo is not greedy or evil or wrong in their attempt to maintain a premium price point for their games - if it works then it's a perfect acceptable business model. Were we discussing the price of domestic gas or electricity then the situation would be very different (given the monopolistic nature of delivery of those items), but we're talking about a consumer product in a free market - if one vendor doesn't work for you then move on to the next. I was really just looking for a discussion on the topic of value, so apologies if it was taken as me disparaging your point of view. My only aim was to offer the other side of the "overcharging" coin that you'd suggested Nintendo deploy.


Completely agree with you by the way which is why I'd rather buy it on PC than get it on the switch. They have probably realised that not as many people will buy it on the switch so to make enough profit the price is higher than on the other consoles. However for those who do want this game on the switch and do not have another console, this is a good deal!


Firstly, you have jumped to way too many conclusions. I had the game on switch, pc and Xbox one. I also don’t recall saying it was too expensive. I simply agreed that a price drop was extremely unlikely on the switch platform. But please, no matter how much you defend a business model that you know very little about (not an insult, it’s just that you don’t work for Nintendo), overpriced is overpriced. Nintendo can get away with it the same way Apple can get away with a £1000 phone/laptop That are built well but in no way worth that much money. Great work and Customer loyalty. You live in a selfish world, that people should pay a premium for years, even when it may not be economically feasible (unemployment, student, etc) for them to easily purchase the games they want. Try to view things from that perspective, and you’re less likely to hand business lectures out to strangers 🙃 Have a great week.


Putting the ports aside (as they're the grey area to this question), why does time automatically mean a game's value diminishes? If a game that released 2/3 years ago was worth £35-£40 upon release what makes it worth £15-£25 today? You say that Nintendo are the 'kings of the overcharge', but could it not be said that they're the 'kings of refusing to undervalue their work'? Take, for example, Pokemon: Let's Go Pikachu. That game is coming up hard on its second anniversary and yet it is still being sold for £35+ almost everywhere. If I'm inclined to buy it then I may see it as too expensive for a casual purchase, but I can't say the price is an overcharge as the game has not been superseded nor has its relevance been diminished - i.e. it offers the same today as it did 2 years ago. I think so much of the gaming buying public are used to owning a very large number of games for very low prices that a warping of the sense of value has set in. It's great as a consumer that we can get so much for heavily reduced prices but it has added a semi-moral element to thinking regarding prices. It's considered bad/outrageous/anti-consumer to maintain a level of value in ones product simply because the equation everyone likes is: 'game value' = RRP/time. Coming back to The Witcher 3 on Switch. There are two simple questions that one needs to ask when looking at a price of £35.95: do I have £35.95 to spend on a game for my Switch and do I think £35.95 is an acceptable amount for what I'll be getting from the game? Now, for me, The Witcher 3 is absolutely worth £35.95 at any point since its release to today. You will get plenty of value for money and (most importantly with the Switch) will recoup your money should you not enjoy it and look to sell it on. Taken in isolation then the price is a pretty decent one. It's in comparison that the price falls short - i.e. it can be found for a fraction of the price elsewhere. However, the comparison is not as clear cut as that. For starters, the Switch version offers something that no other version does: portability. Secondly, the competition for this type of game on the Switch is massively reduced and therefore a 'competitive' price is the RRP. It is against those two things that the value must be assessed, not just the time the game has been around for and the cost of the game elsewhere. Something in only worth what we believe it to be worth. If Nintendo (and in this case CD Projekt Red) can put a game on sale that creates a profit by holding a higher cost than would normally be expected for a game of this age, then that's not overcharging, it's not greedy, it's a sensible business model. If the price is too high for you then move along or wait until it reaches an acceptable price. The price will come down when there is reason for it to come down - it's quite simple, if people are willing to pay £35.95 for The Witcher 3 on Switch then why would anyone reduce the price?