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Posted by forthenguyen on 18 May 2014 - 03:52 PM
Dumped a bunch of my 3DS games for about $240. Thank you! Relatively risk free and I can always buy them back for at or cheaper than how much I traded them in for.
Fire Emblem Awakening
Shin Megami Tensei 4
Shin Megami Tensei Soul Hackers
Animal Crossing New Leaf
Mario Kart 7
Donkey Kong Country Returns
Mario and Luigi Dream Team
Posted by forthenguyen on 01 February 2014 - 12:07 AM
Okay, gamers - question time.
1. What's missing from that SD "Some" DLC bundle?
2. And what DLC's all the ones that I really want from SD actually ARE in this "Some" DLC Bundle?
3. And what DLC's all the ones that I really want from SD actually ARE NOT AT ALL in this "Some" DLC Bundle?
There's like 3 DLC that you would want, which are the story DLC. Don't really know much else other than that someone can expand.
Posted by forthenguyen on 10 August 2013 - 06:31 PM
Posted by forthenguyen on 22 July 2013 - 01:22 AM
This whole sale has been a joke. If this was Steam's banner "discount" event, it would have never gained the traction it did. Now it's just using it's de facto monopoly to exert market power and increase profits. Heck, it's even started taking lessons from the cable companies: refusal to upgrade infrastructure to meet demand, non-existent customer service, and intermittent-at-best communication (no card announcement for the past two days?).
I would say that comparison is a stretch at best. Their actual store and servers is still the best besides at price changeover points (see GamersGate, GMG, and hell, even Amazon). Also, Steam is a free service. You pay for game licenses which Valve profits from, but for all intents and purposes, the service is free. You aren't entitled to game discounts, which by the way are way better than what console gamers get, nor are you entitled to consistent communication on cards which aren't all Valve but require developer cooperation. I would agree about the non-existent customer service, however.