Trade in values suck right now.
Just Cause 4-12
Luckily still had my GCU so got a 10% bump-totaled out around $62.
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Posted by Vigilante on 18 February 2019 - 08:12 PM
This morning, I went back to the same GameStop that I went to the other day and grabbed these on the four used games for $10 sale.
Brunswick Pro Bowling - Xbox 360 Kinect
Injustice: Gods Among Us - PS3
Lego Marvel Superheroes - Wii U
The Lego Movie - Wii U
Again, for $2.25 per game after Pro discount, this is a damn good deal if you aren't picky.
I will test the Wii U games later to make sure that they work since I've read some things on the Internet about Wii U games not working properly after they have been resurfaced by GameStops, but the manager assured me that they never resurface anything at his store.
Definitely test the discs anyway--they could have been resurfaced at some other store or warehouse before getting sent to that manager's store, unless he's somehow 100% certain both of those Wii U games were traded in at his store.
Posted by Vigilante on 14 February 2019 - 01:50 PM
Saw this and I hate digital. Chances of seeing the same DLC included with the physical release are pretty much zero, huh?
As far as I can tell, there won't be any US physical release for Every Buddy at all--Amazon, Best Buy, and Gamestop have no mention of it, which doesn't bode well for something releasing in a month.
Play-Asia has a listing for an Asian edition (with English text) of the Switch version, but no such listing for PS4: https://www.play-asi...rch/every buddy
Posted by Vigilante on 13 February 2019 - 03:59 PM
I wish it was easier to see what the high dollar trades are right now. Looking to unload some stuff with the current trade promo before my Elite Pro expires next month and I am officially without a gaming discount with my GCU dead already.
If you type the system name in the trade-in search page (e.g., "PS4", "Xbox One", "Switch"), you can sort the results by Trade Value (descending).
Posted by Vigilante on 13 February 2019 - 03:28 PM
Trine 2: Complete Story will launch for Switch via the Nintendo eShop on February 18 for $16.99 / €16.99 / £15.29, followed by Trine 3: The Artifacts of Power “soon,” developer Frozenbyte announced.
The Switch version of Trine 2: Complete Story will run at 900p resolution and 30 frames per second docked, and 720p resolution and 30 frames per second in handheld mode. It will support up to three players in local and online co-op, including local wireless.
Additionally, Frozenbyte announced that publisher GameTrust will release a physical Trine Series 1-3 collection including all three Trine games on one game card. It is available for pre-order today exclusive at GameStop stores and online, and will launch this spring for $39.99.
Posted by Vigilante on 12 February 2019 - 06:44 PM
should it be cheaper during golden week
Should it be cheaper? I'd say so considering they're really niche Japanese RPGs and Golden Week sales typically focus on Japanese-developed games
Will it be cheaper? Who knows, but I still don't like this lackadaisical approach Sony seems to have taken with their weekly sales. I still have 60+ things on my Wishlist that have never gone on sale, only a handful of which are DLC/add-ons.
Posted by Vigilante on 11 February 2019 - 05:11 PM
Persona Dancing 3 and 5 really don't have much of a story. Elizabeth and Justine/Caroline get into an argument over who can dance better after the events of Persona 4 Dancing and pull each team out of a dream. Little social events occur after a certain number of actions are performed but overall it's just banter they forget like the Persona Q stuff.
It's mildly interesting to note when each game takes place with regards to their individual games' plotlines:
Persona Dancing 5 is less clear since no one references any of the P5 plot, unless I missed any such references.
Posted by Vigilante on 11 February 2019 - 05:01 PM
I'm a bit late to the Dragon Quest series, but I just started DQ11 last week to have something calm to play after Resident Evil 2 in the evening, and it turned out to be perfect for that.
I remember seeing DQ11 is coming to switch but I can't find any new information on this. I'd rather play it on Switch since I'm mostly on the go, but I am too interested now to stop for too long. Is there an expected timeline?
It's expected to release in Japan later this year, but there hasn't been any announcement of a US localization: https://gematsu.com/...-teaser-trailer [WARNING: There are some spoilers in the article, sandwiched between red text.]