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Originally written by the fantasy legend J.R.R. Tolkien and published in 1954, the Lord of the Rings has now become one of the most successful franchises in cinema history. Our special HotUKDeals Lord of the Rings pages show how to build a comprehensive Lord of the Rings collection, from Blu-rays to board games, for the lowest possible price.
Originally written by the fantasy legend J.R.R. Tolkien and published in 1954, the Lord of the Rings has now become one of the most successful franchises in cinema history. Our special HotUKDeals Lord of the Rings pages show how to build a comprehensive Lord of the Rings collection, from Blu-rays to board games, for the lowest possible price.
Originally written by the fantasy legend J.R.R. Tolkien and published in 1954, the Lord of the Rings has now become one of the most successful franchises in cinema history. Our special HotUKDeals Lord of the Rings pages show how to build a comprehensive Lord of the Rings collection, from Blu-rays to board games, for the lowest possible price. Read more
blackvelv42 m ago

Was £5 awhile back but its a nice price for those that missed out on that …Was £5 awhile back but its a nice price for those that missed out on that deal


GOTY version wasn't £5
Was £5 awhile back but its a nice price for those that missed out on that deal
This is a really good game... played it for probably a month or two daily. Worth buying.

I've recently bought the follow on for around £22.99 (base game, digital download) to weigh up your options... No idea if it's still that price and that's without DLC etc.
Lord of the Rings : Return of the King, The Dark Knight blue rays at Poundland (Woolwich)
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Worth having a look at your local Poundland if you want to grab a bargain on a new blue ray disk. Deal found in Woolwich.
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Sigh... Blu-Ray.... not fu**ing blue ray -.-
Return Of The King, is it standard or extended version???
Wow just got
angry birds 3D
Ghost busters 3D
These alone sell for £5 and £8 second hand 👏🏼
Dark Knight trilogy already posted
We are pretty much at the end of new major titles being released in this rotation. New titles probably won't appear until April.
The Hobbit Trilogy/The Lord of the Rings Trilogy: Extended 30 Disk collection £46.40 [WITH CODE] / £54.59 before code @ Hive
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£49.99 at Amazon and out of stock - listed at £54.99 here however there is a 15% off code that brings the price down to £46.40. Great price and in stock with free delivery! Code … Read more
tapi1 h, 48 m ago

Remember as well that official 2k isn't HD(1080p) and official 4k isn't …Remember as well that official 2k isn't HD(1080p) and official 4k isn't UHD (2160p) so a 2k master is better quality than HD, but still not near UHD


2K is 2048x1080 and typically cropped to 1998×1080. So not that much better than HD at 1920x1080. I doubt anyone would be able to tell at normal viewing distances.
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Remember as well that official 2k isn't HD(1080p) and official 4k isn't UHD (2160p) so a 2k master is better quality than HD, but still not near UHD
andyrose365 h, 40 m ago

The native resolution of 35mm film is above 4k, so it is perfectly …The native resolution of 35mm film is above 4k, so it is perfectly possible for old films to look better than new films shot using 4k cameras.


LOTR was filmed on 35mm but then scanned-in for digital post processing at 2K. The Hobbit was "filmed" digitally at 5K but then downsized to 2K for post processing. It would require a lot of rework on grading and digital SFX to produce a native 4K of either. They would most likely just run it through an upscaler instead.
[quote=ccparkhill]I believe the SFX were rendered in 2K so would need to be upscaled.[/quote]
I believe you're right, and PJ is not willing to work on a 4k release.

There's an interesting article on recent films and masters here gadgetflux.net/lis…es/
I believe the SFX were rendered in 2K so would need to be upscaled.
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Bundle of 3 books by David Day about Tolkien's Lord of the Rings. Just £12 for Prime customers (normal price £22.09)
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Could be a great gift for fans of the LOTR books. Includes: - A Dictionary of Tolkien - An Atlas of Tolkien - The Battles of Tolkien. Looks like the combined price should normally… Read more
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ordered - thanks!
Middle Earth 6 Film Collection Extended Edition. The Hobbit Trilogy The Lord Of The Rings Trilogy Blu Ray. Amazon £49.99
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Great price for this box set 30 Disc Blu ray Cheapest I've seen.
tony2111662 h, 21 m ago

The extras are worth it on their own!

High praise.

Okay, arm twisted. Endorsements successful.

Purchased.
hobbit extended .....
Silhouette27 m ago

Yeah, they're old films now (age wise) and with 4K movies available for …Yeah, they're old films now (age wise) and with 4K movies available for circa £15, then it's doesnt compare.Albeit quality... But there's plenty of very decent 4K movies out that I really enjoy and would like to upgrade to.

The extras are worth it on their own!
tony2111662 h, 30 m ago

Really???

Yeah, they're old films now (age wise) and with 4K movies available for circa £15, then it's doesnt compare.

Albeit quality... But there's plenty of very decent 4K movies out that I really enjoy and would like to upgrade to.
Been £49.99 a few times now
Middle-earth: Shadow of War (PS4) £33.03 + Free Delivery @ Amazon (Sold by Door2DoorENT)
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It's not from Amazon direct (A reseller) but a great price with free delivery and brand new. I think I'm prepared to pay that price. Annnndddd here comes all the loot box whiners… Read more
Oh well looks like I missed this. I'll wait until it drops in price
Shadow of Mordollars. Heat when its £9.99.
dazzyp7 h, 44 m ago

I absolutely despise it when people say "I didn't need it" or "it doesn't …I absolutely despise it when people say "I didn't need it" or "it doesn't effect the game". Of course it bloody does or they wouldn't be there. Just because it didn't impact you personally doesn't mean these kind of in game transactions are not predatory or problematic. The very idea of loot boxes in a full priced game is disgusting.


Stfu. I hate people like you who speak like you're speaking for everyone when you're not.

People are obviously fine with lootboxes as people are buying them in droves. The only people who are making loot boxes a big deal are people who are scared it is going to kill off single player games and if thats the case then you better be scared.
£37 now
amandamoo12311 m ago

It's all a matter of choice and they've catered for either option. It's …It's all a matter of choice and they've catered for either option. It's doesn't put you at a disadvantage by not spending money. A bit like lowering the difficulty it just makes it easier and quicker to progress. If the option was never there no one would be any wiser and the game would be judged on its own merits. In my opinion it's a great game and has many enhancements upon the first which I enjoyed too. I've not felt the need to be forced into spending real cash but having the option for some is a bonus, personal choice I suppose.

Totally agree. Well said.
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Middle-Earth: Shadow of War Pre-Order (Steam) £25.03 @ Instant Gaming
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So cheap for a pre-order. Love Steam! Go behind enemy lines to forge your army, conquer Fortresses and dominate Mordor from within. Experience how the award-winning Nemesis System… Read more
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catbeans5 h, 9 m ago

Eh so you will pay an extra £30 day one for content that *mainly* already …Eh so you will pay an extra £30 day one for content that *mainly* already exists but voluntary micro-transactions are bad, doesn't really make sense does it? They cost me nothing because I don't buy games that require them or buy them in games that have them . You are close to hitting the nail on the head though, "they still exist because people excuse them" , nope they still exist because people are willing to pay for them, so in a world where cash is king you not paying for them is pretty irrelevant.

To explain what I mean, for me I like a complete experience for a game, (perfectionism or whatever), so I would likely but DLCs in order to do so. (Assuming that the game it's not abusing of DLCs).

But with micro transactions, you pay to advance in the game, or you progress slowly, which ruins the balancing of the game. So there is no way to get a proper or complete gaming experience.

Plus there is no upper limit for micro transactions, unlike DLCs. So £100s.
I won't tell you guys what to do with your money. But I'm not going to fund industry practices like this.
ziggy934 h, 16 m ago

And the reason micro transactions still exist... because people excuse …And the reason micro transactions still exist... because people excuse them.No game should come incomplete after paying a set price.DLC's are fine because it doesn't cost you £100s to get anywhere. It is a one off cost.

Eh so you will pay an extra £30 day one for content that *mainly* already exists but voluntary micro-transactions are bad, doesn't really make sense does it?

They cost me nothing because I don't buy games that require them or buy them in games that have them . You are close to hitting the nail on the head though, "they still exist because people excuse them" , nope they still exist because people are willing to pay for them, so in a world where cash is king you not paying for them is pretty irrelevant.
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catbeans15 h, 41 m ago

It's not P2W if you can get everything in the crates in the game.It's …It's not P2W if you can get everything in the crates in the game.It's single player, single player can't be pay to win and you only need to crates if you wish to further your game quickly.

And the reason micro transactions still exist... because people excuse them.

No game should come incomplete after paying a set price.
DLC's are fine because it doesn't cost you £100s to get anywhere. It is a one off cost.
Latterman4 h, 11 m ago

You're right; until the game launches we won't know with any certainty. In …You're right; until the game launches we won't know with any certainty. In terms of those complaining, I think it's a case of you are either for or against loot crates in a game you've already paid for. Nobody is here to change another person's view on this, I just personally find it unacceptable and will vote with my wallet. Those who like the concept are ensuring (by purchasing the game and currency) there will be more games with this type of system in the future.I hope you enjoy the game when it's out!



HoboHouseParty52 m ago

Because of the precedent it sets. There's been an insidious creep of …Because of the precedent it sets. There's been an insidious creep of micro transactions/loot boxes etc in full price games which many people find worrying. However "optional" they appear to be at first, if publishers think they can milk even more money from people you can be sure they'll find ways to make micro transactions more tempting - just look at NBA 2K18, its a full price game with a straight up mobile game economy. They made the single player such a grind that you practically have to spend more money to get your character to improve enough!That system is in there purely because they thought they could get away with it, but thankfully there's a massive backlash against 2K for it so hopefully they won't try it again.I'm not trying to change your opinion on it, just pointing out why so many people, myself included are against the practice. They seem optional now, but if more and more people just shrug and say "whatever, don't buy it" and accept them, then the more likely we'll see publishers pushing for them in games that simply shouldn't need them, or worse, purposely turning the game into more of a grindfest to make the micro transactions more tempting.




im not pro-microtransactions/p2w, i never pay for anything, except for in one game which is free to play anyway and for the time i put into it i didnt see a problem dropping £20. I personally do not even like pre-scheduled DLC, season passes on release etc, developers expect you to pay full price for a game which isnt even complete then charge you £30 for the rest and alot of people are happy to do that. i even hate skin packs, mainly because they are always fugly.

I do vote with my wallet and if i feel a loot system is even slightly incidious in this game i wont be buying, the devs have said it wont be so i am happy to wait and see, that is the best i can do. However not playing a game purely because it has micro-transactions is OTT, they are the future unfortunatly and for every 3 people who will purposefully avoid a game there is 1 willing to dump a tonne of money into it. I wouldnt touch 2K with a barge pole, adversely GTA 5 is still adding great content thanks to micro transactions, the precedent was set years ago and now it is standard.
DC Universe 25 Movie Collection, Hunger Games Collection, MIddle-Earth Collection, Star Trek 10 Movie Collection- (SD only) Google Play Movies £3.99
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Normally £79.99 for the DC Universe 25 Movie Collection (ie now 16p for each movie). UPDATE: Use this link for £3.99 banner (should work for everyone): https://www.hotukdeals.com… Read more
luvclub17 h, 53 m ago

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​oh poop! saaad. so very sad....
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Daves_mate47 m ago

Ahh looks like it's expired? Didn't notice the DC 6 films collection was …Ahh looks like it's expired? Didn't notice the DC 6 films collection was part of it. Now showing £34.99 Is this deal over?


Expired a full week ago.
Ahh looks like it's expired? Didn't notice the DC 6 films collection was part of it. Now showing £34.99
Is this deal over?
Makodus8th Sep

The banner wasn't visible on my main account.Logged into a sub account and …The banner wasn't visible on my main account.Logged into a sub account and copied the link:https://play.google.com/redeem?code=LQ56M1D7J0LX6G35FC0L5GX25 movies for £3.99. Thanks, luvclub!


Classic!!!, hehehehe, well done. :-D
I didn't realise this so worth mentioning: your film purchases appear in your YouTube library, meaning you can watch on PS4, etc.
Middle-earth Extended Editions 6-Film Collection £34.99 SD, £39.99 HD @ Google Play
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Complete collection of the extended versions of the Middle-earth movies. Excellent value for these versions. Experience Academy Award®-winning director Peter Jackson’s Middle-ear… Read more
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Looks like Google has put the price up.
Showing as £44.99 for me in HD
Hobbit Trilogy don't even cut it...
Plus, Blu-ray versions are only this price...
I took next month off work to watch these back to back.
Middle Earth Shadow Of War £36.85 (Simplygames) PS4/Xbox One
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Product description Middle-Earth Shadow of War The sequel of the critically-acclaimed Middle-Earth Shadow of Mordor - Winner of over 50 industry awards - arrives this august, con… Read more
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ayaz5110 h, 37 m ago

cannot wait for this, but holding off till I finish the original. The …cannot wait for this, but holding off till I finish the original. The revenge system pretty much ruined my life. I can't help but go after the orcs that kill me, delaying progress of the game. I can't be the only one?

This.
cannot wait for this, but holding off till I finish the original. The revenge system pretty much ruined my life. I can't help but go after the orcs that kill me, delaying progress of the game. I can't be the only one?
First time I played SoM I couldn't understand what all the fuss was about. Went back to it 6 months later, got hooked, platted it. Think it's one you need to sink a few hours into it. The Nemesis system is great fun to play aroudn with.
Vanderlust18 h, 33 m ago

What's the score with the original game? I got it a few weeks back for the …What's the score with the original game? I got it a few weeks back for the PS4 and found it really dull. I knew how well reviewed it was so I tried again a few times. Just couldn't get into it. The combat felt just a tad clunky and I was expecting smooth flowing beautiful destruction from the sound of reviews.What am I missing here. Is it worth putting any hours into it?




You start off really crap, almost ineffectual...but then you build your skills throughout the game...it eventually all clicks together as you become a force to be reckoned with. It's always a risky gameplay mechaninc, building skills from the start, but it feels very rewarding and give you a great sense of progression as you play.
combat gets better when you upgrade your character
[Steam] Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor GOTY - £2.72 - Greenman Gaming
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Not the best ever price. The Bundlestars deal two weeks ago was only 2.39. But pretty good nonetheless. To get this price use the Summer2017 voucher to get 15% extra off of the lis… Read more
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Being a PC gamer is great. For example I'm stupidly looking at this and thinking shall i wait until its a bit cheaper?!?

Pocket money for a AAA title, what's not to love!

Feel my heat wafting your way...
Oliver_Warden82 h, 4 m ago

Under £3 tho this game is 100% worth it

Amen, fantastic game , excited for the next installment
Under £3 tho this game is 100% worth it
Middle earth shadow of war Xbox one and PS4 £35.95 + 2.02% TCB @ The Game Collection
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The gamecollection have middle earth shadow of war up for preorder for £35.95 after applying code FIREFLOWER at the checkout. I think this is about £4 cheaper than the next best pr… Read more
Discount code doesn't work anymore
Topcashback are also doing an extra £2.50 off offer this weekend for spending over £10 so it can be used in conjunction with this deal.
james090946 m ago

customer service is great with game collection so helpful. Plus games …customer service is great with game collection so helpful. Plus games you get few days before release or on day . I normally buy game if I like once played sell to cex before its released in shops making make money back normally and keep the free dlc then wait untill price lower and buy again


good tip
customer service is great with game collection so helpful. Plus games you get few days before release or on day . I normally buy game if I like once played sell to cex before its released in shops making make money back normally and keep the free dlc then wait untill price lower and buy again
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hackerace

ordered, does anyway know if they take money out straight away or at … ordered, does anyway know if they take money out straight away or at later date when it gets shipped?




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Middle-Earth: Shadow of War PC pre-order £33.27 on Steam @ Green Man Gaming with E3 voucher
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MIddle-Earth: Shadow of War PC pre-order is £33.27 at Green Man Gaming with the following voucher: 2017E318OFF The game is already 10% off, this voucher gets you a further 18… Read more
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The risk of preordering games from an unauthorized grey market seller like cdkeys or instant gaming is that they may not know if there are region restrictions on the keys they get until they get the Russian/Asain boxed copies they're reselling.
Instant gaming is 4 quid cheaper
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Indeed cdkeys is always cheaper, but as I noted in the description, this is the cheapest price from a legitimate key seller.
Discotech

£5 cheaper at Cdkeys - … £5 cheaper at Cdkeys - http://www.cdkeys.com/pc/games/middle-earth-shadow-of-war-pc-steam-cd-keyFor some reason despite trying twice I can't post the deal



yeah, CDkeys is cheaper 99% of the time. my fisr though when i saw this, is i bet cdkeys is cheaper
£5 cheaper at Cdkeys - cdkeys.com/pc/…key

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Middle-Earth Shadow of Mordor - GOTY Edition PS4 £9.99 @ PSN Store
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It's been on offer both on Steam and Microsoft store for the past week. It was only a matter of time before the PS4 version was discounted. Unfortunately it has not dropped as low … Read more
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sanandreasgangstarso you think they are robbing UK people of 9.99 when you put in a pre order of the mithril edition worth £200? Sounds like you are a little bit obsessed having already played the game 'twice' and are considering cancelling a £200 pre-order just because you don't think the price of the old game is fair. GG.

No it is not the £9.99 price, but the fact they are charging more than double everywhere else. UK PSN price is £49.99 UK Xbox price is £23.99. US PSN and US Xbox price is $19.99 when not on sale.

if UK PSN sold it for 40% off from £24.99 and it be £9.99 then that would be fair.

sony responded to my query and they say pricing is down to warner bros. It now makes it easy to boycott the game alone than Sony and boycott everything!

i have contacted warner bros and monolith loads of times and not a single response, which I find to be utter contempt, and they do not deserve any sales, especially £200 one. Even if they replied with a lame BS response it would be something I could respect, but no response is far worse, as it means there is no reasonable answer, that is acceptable.

when I go into my PSN wishlist I see Mordor as best selling game for £49.99. Now PS+ has a price hike, and people would bought Mordor at £9.99 are to blame.

keep buying games at more than they should, then they will keep selling stuff at higher prices.. if Mordor was £9.99 on Xbox and US PSN then it would have been a fair price.
metalazo

I played game twice on Xbox one via standard edition plus season pass and … I played game twice on Xbox one via standard edition plus season pass and as GOTY version offered more achievements bought that and played it again, been waiting ages for a decent deal on PS4 to play it. through there, then was gutted when not on sale in UK when received email from Monolith that it was on sale on Playstation, Xbox and Steam, plus Xbox and Steam get a free play weekend. I almost went through palava of dping a US account and buying it for $3.99 but thought it would be on sale on UK PS soon enough, then spotted it was Deal of the Week, and double the price, and gutted again.why not preorder? You pay no money until release and can cancel if change mind, plus if price drops temporarily you get bargains, I saved £20 on an Assassins Creed Limited Edition version, and about £30 on Watch Dogs Dedsec edition on PC, and I did not even know it, but preorders captured the temporary huge price drop as Amazon try and be competitive.I preordered the Mythril Edition for £199.99, on PS4, Xbox ONE version was out of stock, it is now out if stock. If I cancel will lose order.Hopefully the first game will return on sale in double discounts for Ps+ users in 2-4 weeks, on PSN, or better yet be a free game with PS+, then will have time to play and probably keep order.I know this is a good deal at £9.99 but following the Xbox prices and US price, this deal and deals like this (eg Doom on PS4 is £11.99 but on Xbiox is £9.99 but that is more OKish as UK PS are knocking off 40% but Xbox are knocking off 50%, whereas both UK PS and UK Xbox knocked off 80% on Mordor but full price Mordor is £49.99 on UK PS and £23.99 on UK Xbox) should be ignored, as who likes to be charged more than necessary? If people buy into this then UK PS will just keep charging more.Also when I asked Ask PS about all this with the prices they said "Please send this info to help@uk.playstation.com and we will have a look in to this for you ^ES"i sent the info to them on 13th Jul and just got reply back yesterday saying they are technical but my query is PR/Marketing.i also send emails to Monolith / Shadow of War game and Warner Bros, and get ZERO feedback even a lame copy and paste response.what with all this I certainly will not be giving money to UK Playstation or Monoloith or Warner Bros. I thoroughly enjoyed the game and never got bored and been looking forward playing through a third time on PS4 and drooling over the Mythril Edition but now they they just show they do not care and just like to rob UK Players, and I now feel disgust when I see the Mythril Edition, so I will not be supporting this. If no decent price on Mordor PS4 by the time Shadow of War releases, I will not be buying it on release.



so you think they are robbing UK people of 9.99 when you put in a pre order of the mithril edition worth £200? Sounds like you are a little bit obsessed having already played the game 'twice' and are considering cancelling a £200 pre-order just because you don't think the price of the old game is fair. GG.
sanandreasgangstar

So why did you pre-order shadow of war in the first place?



I played game twice on Xbox one via standard edition plus season pass and as GOTY version offered more achievements bought that and played it again, been waiting ages for a decent deal on PS4 to play it. through there, then was gutted when not on sale in UK when received email from Monolith that it was on sale on Playstation, Xbox and Steam, plus Xbox and Steam get a free play weekend. I almost went through palava of dping a US account and buying it for $3.99 but thought it would be on sale on UK PS soon enough, then spotted it was Deal of the Week, and double the price, and gutted again.

why not preorder? You pay no money until release and can cancel if change mind, plus if price drops temporarily you get bargains, I saved £20 on an Assassins Creed Limited Edition version, and about £30 on Watch Dogs Dedsec edition on PC, and I did not even know it, but preorders captured the temporary huge price drop as Amazon try and be competitive.

I preordered the Mythril Edition for £199.99, on PS4, Xbox ONE version was out of stock, it is now out if stock. If I cancel will lose order.

Hopefully the first game will return on sale in double discounts for Ps+ users in 2-4 weeks, on PSN, or better yet be a free game with PS+, then will have time to play and probably keep order.

I know this is a good deal at £9.99 but following the Xbox prices and US price, this deal and deals like this (eg Doom on PS4 is £11.99 but on Xbiox is £9.99 but that is more OKish as UK PS are knocking off 40% but Xbox are knocking off 50%, whereas both UK PS and UK Xbox knocked off 80% on Mordor but full price Mordor is £49.99 on UK PS and £23.99 on UK Xbox) should be ignored, as who likes to be charged more than necessary? If people buy into this then UK PS will just keep charging more.

Also when I asked Ask PS about all this with the prices they said "Please send this info to help@uk.playstation.com and we will have a look in to this for you ^ES"

i sent the info to them on 13th Jul and just got reply back yesterday saying they are technical but my query is PR/Marketing.

i also send emails to Monolith / Shadow of War game and Warner Bros, and get ZERO feedback even a lame copy and paste response.

what with all this I certainly will not be giving money to UK Playstation or Monoloith or Warner Bros. I thoroughly enjoyed the game and never got bored and been looking forward playing through a third time on PS4 and drooling over the Mythril Edition but now they they just show they do not care and just like to rob UK Players, and I now feel disgust when I see the Mythril Edition, so I will not be supporting this. If no decent price on Mordor PS4 by the time Shadow of War releases, I will not be buying it on release.
metalazo

If it was deal of the week at £9.99 before MS and Steam and US PS offered … If it was deal of the week at £9.99 before MS and Steam and US PS offered it for less than £5 then I may have bought it, but the price here is fishy, as out of sale, it costs $19.99 on both US Xbox and PS stores, but in the UK it costs £23.99 on Xbox but £49.99 on UK PS?It is not a US / UK thing as Xbox gets the nice prices, and it is not Xbox / Playstation thing as US PS gets the nice price. Only UK PS players are being shafted hereNo way I am buying it at £9.99 I do not condone this huge difference in price to UK PS players. I will probably be cancelling my preorders to Shadow of War, and buy the GOTY version in a few years for £9.99The whole point of this deal is for people to get ready for Shadow of War, but if I am not buying it now, then will not be ready for it.



So why did you pre-order shadow of war in the first place?
If it was deal of the week at £9.99 before MS and Steam and US PS offered it for less than £5 then I may have bought it, but the price here is fishy, as out of sale, it costs $19.99 on both US Xbox and PS stores, but in the UK it costs £23.99 on Xbox but £49.99 on UK PS?

It is not a US / UK thing as Xbox gets the nice prices, and it is not Xbox / Playstation thing as US PS gets the nice price. Only UK PS players are being shafted here

No way I am buying it at £9.99 I do not condone this huge difference in price to UK PS players. I will probably be cancelling my preorders to Shadow of War, and buy the GOTY version in a few years for £9.99

The whole point of this deal is for people to get ready for Shadow of War, but if I am not buying it now, then will not be ready for it.
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[Steam] Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor Game of the Year Edition - £2.39 - Bundlestars
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BEST EVER PRICE! Star Deals Week begins with a Middle-earth deal to rule them all. For 24 hours only or while stocks last, save a massive 85% with a Steam key for the GDC 2015 G… Read more
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Great game
I feel cheated out of the £1 more I paid on Steam sale
SUMMONER

Nooooooo..... I paid £2.79 for it yesterday! HOT!



Isn't it always the way. If it helps I paid £2.99 a few days back.
Nooooooo..... I paid £2.79 for it yesterday!

HOT!
[Steam] Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor Game of the Year Edition - £2.99/£2.85 - CDKeys
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Found 6th Jul 2017Found 6th Jul 2017
Cheaper than the current Steam price and even cheaper with the 5% discount code. It's also worth noting it's currently free to play this weekend on Steam (and Xbox One) i… Read more
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£4.80 for Xbox version too right now
Amazing game with satisfying combat
Good game and looking forward to the new one.
Glorious!
An absolute steal at this price.
Middle-Earth Shadow of Mordor - GOTY Edition Xbox One £4.80 @ Microsoft Store
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Found 6th Jul 2017Found 6th Jul 2017
Cheapest it's ever been on Xbox One digital. Save a massive 80%. It was £12 back in April. Has 5 extra missions, 4 extra modes and other extras etc. Great game! Owned it for a whil… Read more
I bought this and now it won't play, says I don't own it... Anyone else getting the same?
Just picked it up - heat added
awesome price. cheers
Just bagged this, bring on the hack and slash goodness
I was clicking the link in the first post. Just tried again now and it worked, must've been a glitch!
The Hobbit Trilogy & LOTR Trilogy Middle Earth Collection Blu Ray £22.99 @ Zavvi
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Found 5th Jul 2017Found 5th Jul 2017
Not the Extended Editions but not a bad price for all 6 films new
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sold out, any other places out there doing this deal?
mazzyhope5th Jul

The extended LOTR trilogy can be found for a similar price. On the plus …The extended LOTR trilogy can be found for a similar price. On the plus side, you get what are generally thought of as the definitive versions of those movies along with vast swaths of behind the scenes materials. On the other plus side, you don't get The Hobbit movies.

Where can you get them?
It is a gift
ElGofre

Yeah all good thanks man, you?


Can't complain!
Illusionary

Hehe, indeed You're well, I hope?



Yeah all good thanks man, you?
Middle earth Shadow of Mordor GOTY edition £3.19 @ Steam
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Found 24th Jun 2017Found 24th Jun 2017
Really enjoyed this game...Few pence dearer than CD keys deal bit still a very good price for an enjoyable game on sale at steam.
maizecorn

Yeah this, I'd rather just upgrade. It was cheap once but never again … Yeah this, I'd rather just upgrade. It was cheap once but never again seemingly!



​if you buy the goty edition you pretty much get the DLC's. it shouldn't affect saves and also all the DLC's are separate save files anyway so it won't affect main game. not sure if there's a further discount if you already own half of the goty edition (since all it is is the main game and the goty upgrade) like most of the other games in bundles or if it just has a set price.
maizecorn

Yeah this, I'd rather just upgrade. It was cheap once but never again … Yeah this, I'd rather just upgrade. It was cheap once but never again seemingly!


Couldn't you just export the save file into the right folder within your PC and load up the save file? It's essentially the same game but with the add-ons which check at launch (I have the GOTY version). I reckon that would work.
erictheonly1

Dumb question, but just want to clarify, this is the full game with the … Dumb question, but just want to clarify, this is the full game with the GOTY stuff and not just the GOTY stuff right?


yes
Heavenkiss

Guessing he would then loose progress and given GOTY editions usually … Guessing he would then loose progress and given GOTY editions usually include expansion packs for end game, means playing the single player campaign again?


Yeah this, I'd rather just upgrade. It was cheap once but never again seemingly!
Dumb question, but just want to clarify, this is the full game with the GOTY stuff and not just the GOTY stuff right?
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