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Random bits for sale

Discussion in 'Video Games' started by detritus, Apr 25, 2016.

  1. detritus

    detritus angry angry Staff Member Administrator

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    I'm moving in a couple of months and decided to start packing up early. I may add more stuff to this list. PM if you're interested in anything. I'll remove things once I've found an interested buyer.

    Some odd bits I have that I'm selling:

    WoW: Mists of Pandaria for PC - $10
    (Just the CD key, if you want the whole box mailed for whatever reason it's $15)

    Halo: The Master Chief Collection for Xbox One - $20
    (Just the key)

    DOA5: Last Round for PS4 - $20 (includes shipping)
    (Physical disc, still sealed in case)

    PayPal only.
     
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  2. JGro

    JGro Vivacious Visitor Ryonani Teamster

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    Hmm. Been looking to get the Master Chief Collection. But if it's a Xbox One key that's already been used, it wouldn't be something that is transferable. A used disc would be, but the key is linked to your account the second you redeemed it.
     
  3. detritus

    detritus angry angry Staff Member Administrator

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    It's an unused key. I got it with my Xbox but I don't enjoy FPS games on consoles so I never redeemed it.
     
  4. tekmarvl

    tekmarvl Vivacious Visitor

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    A question about the DOA5: Last Round for PS4 that is still sealed in it's original packaging. Did you perhaps already have a copy of this game, and someone may have purchased a copy and given it to you as a gift without knowing you already had the game?

    Might this be a reason why your copy is still sealed and unplayed, or was it just a game you received as a gift from someone but wasn't a game you were interested in playing?

    In either case I would have traded in the physical copy for another game of choice, if that was the scenario. Anyways, I was just curious about this, and thought I might ask.