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Because they've somehow cultivated this internal concept that by not requiring you to manage a physical cartridge they're somehow doing you a favor.
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Digital editions don't take up physical space in warehouses so there's less incentive to discount them as it doesn't cost them as much to keep them around, kinda the reason why B&M stores have so many discounts on retail copies but not digital ones.
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Solid game if you like the warriors games. Adds a lot of extra mechanics like teaming up characters and controlling NPCs (telling them to attack, defend, protect, heal, etc.)
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Bought 5 games, disappointed 5 times so far; here comes #6. Thank you OP!

On another note, why wouldn't they discount digital editions as well? Isn't it cheaper to sell a code?
Because they've somehow cultivated this internal concept that by not requiring you to manage a physical cartridge they're somehow doing you a favor.
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Bought 5 games, disappointed 5 times so far; here comes #6. Thank you OP!

On another note, why wouldn't they discount digital editions as well? Isn't it cheaper to sell a code?
Digital editions don't take up physical space in warehouses so there's less incentive to discount them as it doesn't cost them as much to keep them around, kinda the reason why B&M stores have so many discounts on retail copies but not digital ones.
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Bought 5 games, disappointed 5 times so far; here comes #6. Thank you OP!

On another note, why wouldn't they discount digital editions as well? Isn't it cheaper to sell a code?
Which have disappointed you?
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Digital editions don't take up physical space in warehouses so there's less incentive to discount them as it doesn't cost them as much to keep them around, kinda the reason why B&M stores have so many discounts on retail copies but not digital ones.
I think this is the point though, they don't have to be manufactured and don't take up any physical storage space, therefore they are cheaper for the game maker. However they cost the consumer the same, sometimes more. I think it's just supply and demand, and is the same reason water costs the same as a coke from a vending machine now, it used to be 1/3 the price but the demand went up.
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I have a friend that has Bestbuy Gamer's club. Can anyone tell me if they would price match Amazon?
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I have a friend that has Bestbuy Gamer's club. Can anyone tell me if they would price match Amazon?
Price match and gamers club discount will not stack.
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I have a friend that has Bestbuy Gamer's club. Can anyone tell me if they would price match Amazon?
They will price match it. But the GCU discount doesn't stack.
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Price match and gamers club discount will not stack.
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They will price match it. But the GCU discount doesn't stack.
Thank you for your response.
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Because they've somehow cultivated this internal concept that by not requiring you to manage a physical cartridge they're somehow doing you a favor.
Actually its a brokered deal between retail bm that publishers keep physical copies and Digital the same price for a length of time. Otherwise there would bm would not order as many physical copies an example of this is pc games and steam
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In for one thanks
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I've been looking for a good deal on this. TU and repped OP
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