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WiiU vs PS4 vs XBox 720 vs cheap mobile gaming

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Ebay and stuff.

 

The biggest question I have would be. Can I just plug it in here? And any other region-stuff I should know about.

 

Not that I'm seriously considering doing it myself.

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Actually they are not THAT crazy priced on ebay.

I just looked you can get one shipped over here for less than 60000 yen.

That's how much the PS3 was when it launched if I remember.

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Will do.

 

Going to replace the drive with a 1TB 7200 one too before I get going.

 

Should be set then.

 

Hopefully get going Friday.

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Good idea, esp. if you can put the original one to use somewhere else.

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You old royster doyster you.

I might have to come round to play with your playstation.

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From what I gather a US disc based game is same price as downloaded game.

Both of which are cheaper than UK version, where the disc is cheaper than the download.

 

US Store sounds the best idea. And if you have the 1TB drive, I reckon I would download the games.

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Downloaded rather than having to fanny about changing discs is definitely a convenience.

 

Good to hear US is same price, though I would imagine there's more of a chance of prices going down on the disc based versions after release.

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