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Topic # 223998 28-Oct-2017 09:33
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Hi. 

 

I have various sources for Keys for purchasing game codes for PC, but I don't really see many that are good for PS4/X1

 

Anyone have a good site they recommend?

 

Was after AC: Origins


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i use places like g2a, and kinguin for xbox, but theres too many "account" sales, which are terrible, and you should never do.

 

 

 

for PS4, I just have a US account and buy most things of either amazon or psn (using gift cards purchased from amazon).




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  Reply # 1891668 28-Oct-2017 09:54
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Well from looking online, I can see about $5 difference between the cheapest online codes and say MA or TWH so I guess I'll get a physical disk I can resell.


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1892497 30-Oct-2017 11:13
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I've used CD Keys a few times, however typically just wait for official Xbox sales to rotate to a game I need (I have so many unplayed games so purchasing new games seems pointless)

 

I would never go physical disc anymore and have actually purchased digital versions of games I had on disc in order to avoid having to put a disc in when I wanted to play a game


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