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# 243864 5-Jan-2019 21:49
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Both game discs in excellent condition and the same for the cases. $35 for Spider-Man and $20 for Yakuza 0, excluding postage. You can conceivably sell these on at very similar prices. I've had my fill and would rather not clog my house with stuff I won't play again. Pickup available in Auckland (Newmarket or places near northern motorway off-ramps) at mutually convenient times. Happy to post at your expense and risk. PM me, please.





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  # 2155149 5-Jan-2019 23:17
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Great deal for Spidey. One of my games of the year. Someone will be super lucky to snap it up at that price.

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  # 2155155 5-Jan-2019 23:52
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Yeah I decided to pay it forward a bit after getting the disc off a colleague who clocked the game (he did little of the side missions apparently) inside 3 days for dirt cheap. It's a great game but I wish some of the side missions (like the base beat-them-ups) weren't so numerous in number.


Someone take these off me!






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  # 2156511 8-Jan-2019 16:37
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Spidey has been sold and Yakuza 0 has provisionally been sold. Thank you.

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