Third person to buy Godzilla (PS4) for $20. Wanted to grab it at launch... but $60 for a PS3 game on PS4 is nuts.
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Posted by UjnHunter on 01 September 2015 - 08:24 PM
If the game is sealed, couldn't you just return the XB1 copy and exchange it for a PS4 copy at Walmart? Of course the DLC codes wouldn't work, but you code sell those.
1. The game disc in the CE includes a "Not for resale" stamp on it... 2. That's fraud, and I don't think you should talk about that on here.
Posted by UjnHunter on 26 May 2015 - 04:19 PM
Damn it. I have the vanilla version on disc... just upgraded to the digital Complete version... now this version with all the goodies! Oh well... can't complain... I only ended up paying full price for the original game when all is said and done. :P
Posted by UjnHunter on 27 February 2015 - 04:04 PM
Has anyone had issues swapping meory cards? I bought a 64gb and now that I am trying to switch back to my original 16gb its claiming that it needs to be formatted. I did eject it while the system was on, as I always did with the PSP, but I wasn't doing anything. Is that really enough to corrupt a card? Is there any way to back them up without the system?
Probably screwed since you took it out with the system powered on. Can't do that. No hotswapping of Memory Cards allowed. The PSP Vita doesn't even handle switching Memory Cards normally (with the system powered off) well. When you change Memory Cards, it takes the PSP Vita a good 5mins+ "Rebuilding The Database" when you turn it back on. This is why having multiple Memory Cards isn't really a viable option on the PSP Vita... and 64gb isn't big enough sadly... heck the Patches for Physical Games are 1-2gbs each sometimes! This is reason #1 why the PSP Vita has failed for the most part.