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Posted by redline on 11 June 2019 - 10:47 PM
A physical copy of an online-only game will make a great coaster someday!
If you wanted a used physical copy of Fallout 76 it is still $9.99 on gamefly with free shipping.
It's funny that they listed 12 months of xbox live for $53 as a daily deal when it was like $45 yesterday.
Posted by redline on 14 April 2017 - 02:35 PM
Nintendo hates you and your money. Seriously though, why discontinue the controllers? They can be used with other systems, can't they? Plus people still want spares for the NES mini, or for replacements when one craps out. Makes no sense to discontinue a hot accessory.
Posted by redline on 29 March 2017 - 09:03 PM
Im surprised Amazon is allowing all these scammers, since they're the ones taking the loss. The way it works is someone orders a ridiculously underpriced Switch or any other high priced electronic, the item immediately gets "shipped" meaning the seller marks it as shipped and gets access to the funds which they immediately withdraw. On the date of expected delivery, no package is delivered, the buyer fes an A-Z Claim and gets a refund. Since the sellers account no longer has funds to post for the refund, Amazon puts their account in the negative, and attempts to reclaim funds from the checking account or credit / debit account on file, which conveniently no longer works or has money on if. Amazon eats the loss, and probably sends the sellers info to a debt collector but if they're overseas of registered with phony information, good luck with that.
Wow that's nuts. Amazon just needs to do away with the whole 3rd party sales thing and just go back to selling everything themselves. Let the scammers sell crap on eBay.
Posted by redline on 27 March 2017 - 01:36 PM
It's true. Gamestop makes all their money on selling used products. A new game that costs $59.99 the store paid about $55-57 for from the distributor.
How is Gamestop paying $55-$57 per unit when Amazon and Best Buy can sell at 20% off and presumably still make a profit? Surely Gamestop can get a better deal than that.
Posted by redline on 24 June 2016 - 06:20 PM
I installed the shitty mobile authenticator, got my setup code texted to me, entered it, then it just gave me a blank recovery code. No authenticator digits. Can't remove the authenticator, just get an error if I try to remove it. Steam thinks my account is now protected with the mobile authenticator. Don't have a recovery code to remove it. Just wonderful. Anyone thinking of using the mobile authenticator... DON'T!!
Posted by redline on 01 May 2016 - 09:00 PM
I'll be honest, not a sale but a pretty decent deal (IMO).
Pathfinder Adventures came out on iPad. (only iPad for now) If you buy the DLC in the game (with ingame gold, or 25 bucks to buy the whole lot) it is all unlocked when the Steam edition comes out. They are currently having issues between Android/iPad at the moment though (in the forums).
Game is fun, but they have a lot of bugs to work out. They probably should have waited another month or so to release. I found one where you can get about 300 gold/minute.
I have the first two games with all the adventure decks IRL, but it's so nice to be able to play on the ipad without having to mess with all the setup and shuffling. Games are so much quicker!
Posted by redline on 05 June 2014 - 01:41 PM
Out of curiosity, does anyone else often win like 4 or 5 in a row then lose the next three in arena? I ask because I am beginning to think that they match you up against harder opponents if you are on a winning streak. This happens to me often.
Supposedly you are matched with someone with the same number of wins/losses as you, or as close as possible. So when you get to higher wins you're facing tougher decks from players who are also at higher wins. So there's a "ranked" matchmaking going on in arena, it isn't just totally random matchups.