Posted by NightCat
on 04 September 2013 - 06:15 AM
i wish i could spend my MSP convert money in the store. i heard you could do so but when i go to pay it only lets me use paypal or CC. wouldn't mind getting that GTA V deal but i guess i'll have to wait for the GOD
Use code "freeshipesc2012-over" for free next day. Found on sd amazing deal plus $20 cred on live wooot
Posted by NightCat
on 01 September 2013 - 03:46 PM
Plus you need active to play them remember to. You are renting the rights to play them. ms giving free no restrictions. They both have good and bad. I hate renting most times but i dig plus's idea and love free ms games did i already most? Yes but glad they are doing it to save more face.
You should search first there is a amazon deal thread... No biggie since most people clutter movie forum. Oh well price 4.75 is off and on for this blu but ty for posting since i gave up helping on blu sale posting gl.
While we're sharing, I don't get why people bought the Xbox 360. With years of live subs, adds on like mica, Internet adaptor, hd-DVD drives (hah!), it wasn't cheaper than the ps3 and wasn't reliable for 2 years.
Capcom has no one to blame but themselves for this. I know I've waited for a full/gold edition of the game, like all of their games, so I am pretty sure everyone did the same.
Bought RE Rev day one ps3 90 hours plus and still love it. The old school feel on abyss rules and GS. Sales low cause it is a 3ds port and people mock it even tho they never played or played a tiny bit. It aint re6 style or cod so epic fail on it... It is what it is more going back to what made re awesome. All game prices drop fast now end of old gen to... wish others think more before they say a game failed. not saying you but person you replied to.
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