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it and he may just grow on you.
Though I do get a kick out of the purchasing options:
1 from $99.26
2 from $524.46
3 from $786.44
4 from $1048.42
5 from $1310.40
Also, it isn't 25% off rather $25 off (19%).
bike shop is $75 and change and eligible for 20% off if you buy three select sets. That drops the price to about $60
Seriously though, before the redesign when you could search sets via set # dropdown from within the forum, I found myself poking around the main site often. Now, hardly ever.
And here you thought this post would be alerting you to a deal on US Amazon *face*
It actually is a disappointment; the packs are a decent way to bring in some new themes that don't necessarily work for a full release (wizard of oz, Dr who, extended super heroes)
So I checked out the reviews.. Sounds like the typical Amazon review fare: Majority appear to be fools who do not know how to use the product, some likely getting paid to provide a bad review, with a few legit claims about not working properly.
That being said, I'm not surprised that for earlier consoles that the game will have a hard time (Notice that PS3 has the same level of stars as 360?) as 360 has one foot in the grave, and Im surprised there is support for it at this point, I think Arcade support ends in '16 or something like that.
Do not get me wrong, not looking forward to buying a XBox one due to the cost, but Ill be asking for lots of gift cards to Target to get one early next year I think so I can get the 5% off and hope to see a 10% off All XBox One purchases in Cartwheel again.
All of this of course is excluding the likelihood that as with any new software there may be some glitches that need to be fixed.
It is a good deal to use the 10% especially when they're throwing in a free game (which can be sold to offset the cost).
Not sure if Dimensions will take off with AFOLs this holiday season with Battlefront and Fallout coming out.
Dimensions may not get any cheaper before Christmas, but I definitely have a feeling they'll be around $75 as a price drop in January/February when everyone has had their gaming fill from the Holidays.
The extra discount on Amazon is tempting though. $60-65 right now is a really good deal for Christmas presents.
#31026 Creator Bike Shop and Cafe currently $61.67 (31% off).
I also wonder how how many Target stores will have in stock on BF. I rarely see more than 2 or 3 of that set on shelves. Either way, Amazon Prime and no taxes make it worth a buy from Amazon!
It's outselling Skylanders and isn't included in any of the Black Friday mega discounts like Skylanders and Infinity. Not struggling at all.
That being said, I hope Dimensions fixes up the early complaints: download issues of purchased levels, packs being too expensive, extra content levels being perceived as "too short," etc. As for them not being included in BF deals, is that a sign of strength, hubris or ignorance? I do know that it's one of the chief reasons why we won't be getting it this year.
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