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Re: Bar-g'in thread (anyone who looks)

Postby Gazman86 » Wed 11 Oct 2017, 11:17 pm

But it does contain a completely pointless battlepack system. I literally scrap everything.
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Re: Bar-g'in thread (anyone who looks)

Postby Wilks » Thu 12 Oct 2017, 12:58 am

Gazman86 wrote:But it does contain a completely pointless battlepack system. I literally scrap everything.


Just leave them unopened Gaz, they don't affect the gameplay unless you after XP boosts. :Y:
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Re: Bar-g'in thread (anyone who looks)

Postby Wilks » Thu 12 Oct 2017, 5:56 am

Looks like the above deal is £29.99 now. Still good value but £21.99 was a steal.
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Re: Bar-g'in thread (anyone who looks)

Postby Wilks » Sat 14 Oct 2017, 1:47 pm

PlayStation Plus - 12 Month Subscription - £34.67 (5% Discount) - CDKeys
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Destiny 2 Includes Coldheart Exotic Weapon DLC [PS4] £29.99 @ SimplyGames
https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/destin ... es-2812399
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Re: Bar-g'in thread (anyone who looks)

Postby Wilks » Wed 18 Oct 2017, 5:45 pm

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Re: Bar-g'in thread (anyone who looks)

Postby Mane » Wed 01 Nov 2017, 10:38 am

I had a link in my news feed from one of the news sites that also do those old fashioned paper things, about how Martin Lewis, a man described as a "self-promoting rip-off merchant" by some and as "money saving expert" by others, has a trick to save you thousands of pounds on your central heating this winter!
I thought it was going to be ask your supplier for a free smart meter, or a cheap alexa-integrated smart thermostat, or individual room thermostats, but no!

Instead of having your heating on all the time, you can save money by putting it on a timer!

Seriously, use the standard feature of all central heating systems since, what, the 1960s? That's the secret trick to save money on your heating? Use it like the manufacturer designed it? It may as well have been 12 tips to save you money, number seven will SHOCK you! The worst part is that the story was from a paper story about a feature he did on TV and that was the best piece of advice.

My advice is to wear a pullover, put your slippers back on, and maybe a rug over your legs grandad. My even better advice is to avoid moneyextracting con expert Martin Lewis. Unless you have a chance to punch his smug fat con-man face for free, then why not!?!
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Re: Bar-g'in thread (anyone who looks)

Postby naking » Wed 01 Nov 2017, 11:23 am

Mane wrote:I had a link in my news feed from one of the news sites that also do those old fashioned paper things, about how Martin Lewis, a man described as a "self-promoting rip-off merchant" by some and as "money saving expert" by others, has a trick to save you thousands of pounds on your central heating this winter!
I thought it was going to be ask your supplier for a free smart meter, or a cheap alexa-integrated smart thermostat, or individual room thermostats, but no!

Instead of having your heating on all the time, you can save money by putting it on a timer!

Seriously, use the standard feature of all central heating systems since, what, the 1960s? That's the secret trick to save money on your heating? Use it like the manufacturer designed it? It may as well have been 12 tips to save you money, number seven will SHOCK you! The worst part is that the story was from a paper story about a feature he did on TV and that was the best piece of advice.

My advice is to wear a pullover, put your slippers back on, and maybe a rug over your legs grandad. My even better advice is to avoid moneyextracting con expert Martin Lewis. Unless you have a chance to punch his smug fat con-man face for free, then why not!?!


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Re: Bar-g'in thread (anyone who looks)

Postby Boba UK » Wed 01 Nov 2017, 12:04 pm

Mane wrote:Instead of having your heating on all the time, you can save money by putting it on a timer!


Great advice. Wish my wife would heed it!
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Re: Bar-g'in thread (anyone who looks)

Postby tyza1971 » Mon 11 Dec 2017, 10:57 pm

Wolfenstein Old Blood and The New Order available on PS Store for plus members, presently £3.74 each 8O

I'd not played them before, but for less than £7.50 I figured I had nowt to lose.

I bet they are the free games for PS Plus in January now... :roll:
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Re: Bar-g'in thread (anyone who looks)

Postby solo-nite » Wed 13 Dec 2017, 3:07 pm

tyza1971 wrote:Wolfenstein Old Blood and The New Order available on PS Store for plus members, presently £3.74 each 8O

I'd not played them before, but for less than £7.50 I figured I had nowt to lose.

I bet they are the free games for PS Plus in January now... :roll:


They are good games to be fair
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Re: Bar-g'in thread (anyone who looks)

Postby tyza1971 » Wed 13 Dec 2017, 4:13 pm

solo-nite wrote:
tyza1971 wrote:Wolfenstein Old Blood and The New Order available on PS Store for plus members, presently £3.74 each 8O

I'd not played them before, but for less than £7.50 I figured I had nowt to lose.

I bet they are the free games for PS Plus in January now... :roll:


They are good games to be fair


Indeed they are! I'm plodding my way through the Old Blood at the moment but really enjoying the balance between stealth and run and gun. I also like that you can replay the levels with an Arcade score style to try to beat your friends, that's a nice touch.
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Re: Bar-g'in thread (anyone who looks)

Postby DaddyR » Thu 14 Dec 2017, 8:33 am

I got the Old Blood cheap from Tesco, didn't get on with it, sold it for profit on ebay.
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Re: Bar-g'in thread (anyone who looks)

Postby naking » Wed 14 Feb 2018, 11:06 am

This isn't new news, but since the start of the month, Poundland have started selling console games. The prices vary (they ditched the everything for a quid bit ages ago), but they have said they will cost no more than £5 (some are only £2).

They are buying refurbished stock from Music Magpie, and some are new copies of old games they've picked up from somewhere.

Destiny, Arkham Knight, Deus Ex on PS4 all all a fiver. There are loads of others, but being Poundies, they are just stuffed in a box and put on a shelf, so it's hard to see from the pictures. I might have to go into town for a better look
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Re: Bar-g'in thread (anyone who looks)

Postby tyza1971 » Wed 14 Feb 2018, 12:40 pm

naking wrote:This isn't new news, but since the start of the month, Poundland have started selling console games. The prices vary (they ditched the everything for a quid bit ages ago), but they have said they will cost no more than £5 (some are only £2).

They are buying refurbished stock from Music Magpie, and some are new copies of old games they've picked up from somewhere.

Destiny, Arkham Knight, Deus Ex on PS4 all all a fiver. There are loads of others, but being Poundies, they are just stuffed in a box and put on a shelf, so it's hard to see from the pictures. I might have to go into town for a better look


I bet they'll have loads of copies of Knack - Mark Cerny's Opus project :roll:
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