The Gym battles are bad though. Hot Chinatown garbage bad.
- sippycupz likes this
Jump to content
AriesDog hasn't added any friends yet.
Posted by AriesDog on 18 July 2016 - 05:29 AM
Posted by AriesDog on 22 June 2016 - 06:08 AM
Posted by AriesDog on 16 June 2016 - 04:41 AM
On the console I have an install button. Maybe it's because I have EA Access. Maybe a new addition to The Vault?
It's a free play weekend thing. You can play the full game but after this week it'll be relocked. They're offering it for sale at half price if you like it.
Posted by AriesDog on 04 June 2016 - 05:45 PM
Posted by AriesDog on 13 May 2016 - 10:30 AM
That seems different from every retailer I've seen where they have tons and tons of Dimensions just sitting there. On any given weekend at TRU you can see kids at Disney and Skylanders sections. No one is ever at Dimensions. The CAGcast has talked about this many times, Shipwreck commenting how his local stores have so much of it.
Where i work LEGO sells a LOT. We constantly have empty pegs due to selling out of stuff lol.
Posted by AriesDog on 04 May 2016 - 03:54 PM
Thanks for the response. Just to clarify, what am I getting when I purchase the digital version of the game? I see that the DI 3.0 starter pack still has the Star Wars Twilight of the Republic Play Set piece in the box, so am I only getting the toy box mode? I guess I thought it would come with the basic campaign, so now I'm thinking it's not that appealing of an option for my situation.
If you're like me and loathe the Star Wars prequel era stuff, buy the digital version for $10, a used base at Gamestop for $4.49, and then whatever 3.0 playset does appeal to you. I highly recommend Toy Box Takeover since it's on sale this week for $10. It's a full campaign story and you can use any figure, no restrictions. Marvel Battlegrounds is also fun if you're into local multiplayer. It's basically Power Stone using the Marvel characters.