GameStop doesn't reprint games; they approach publishers to reprint games. Semantics.
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Posted by Nintendonly on 31 December 2014 - 01:26 PM
No. It was this same $30 price. And this game is so damn addicting. Sure there's no complete story about this and that. But it's a well made FPS and requires much practice and perseverance to master the Raids. Don't buy this game for some great plot. Buy it because it's fun and has a full functioning online community.
Sounds like you are addicted to FPS games.
Me personally, I'm not a fan. I like variety and there are too many Doom clones out there.
Posted by Nintendonly on 16 December 2014 - 02:43 PM
One of the rarest PS Vita titles is finally at a decent price. I'd snatch it up asap before it goes completely out of stock. Also try to have Amazon match it.
And if you were wondering, the PS4 version is $9.99 with free shipping, but is super common.
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Posted by Nintendonly on 18 September 2014 - 12:05 AM
Posted by Nintendonly on 20 August 2014 - 04:31 AM
Good luck finding players now. Most of them are either Japanese players or non-GameCube users. Also, it is theoretically possible to also play Mario Kart: Double Dash!!, Kirby Air Ride, and 1080 Avalanche online.
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Posted by Nintendonly on 27 March 2014 - 01:12 AM
Well I traded today at Walmart. 4 Vita games got me a $59.87 giftcard. Not bad at all. I then bought some groceries, and 2 giftcards. One for BW3, and..... Drum roll..... A Visa giftcard. So it does work.
I'm assuming it is because you bought more than just the Visa gift card.
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Posted by Nintendonly on 19 March 2014 - 04:04 PM
Also, right in the article is a statement directly from Crossfit-
"Chloie was born genetically- as a matter of fact- with an X and a Y chromosome and all of the anatomy of a male of the human race... [A] male competitor who has a sex reassignment procedure still has a genetic makeup that confers a physical and physiological advantage over women. We owe it to the competition and the whole pool of female athletes to exclude Chloie from the participating in the female division."
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Posted by Nintendonly on 19 March 2014 - 03:32 PM
I will not be using the term "gender" at all in this discussion (except for in this sentence) because feminists in the ~1970s have decided on redefining it to mean a social construct.
Hormone therapy is considered being under the use of steroids, is it not? So if a person who was genetically born a male takes steroids to take on features of a female, isn't that a form of cheating? That person will never have 100% biological features of a female because that person will still be comprised of XY chromosomes. I'm trying to see where the logic would be in supporting people taking sex-transformation hormone therapy as a valid form of steroid use in competitive sports, and I keep coming up short.
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Posted by Nintendonly on 19 March 2014 - 02:48 PM