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# 257061 12-Sep-2019 20:36
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Hi, I've been trying to get my hands on the Final Fantasy VII Remake Deluxe Edition but Im having trouble trying to figure out the best website to buy it from.


So far I have found these 2 websites with the Deluxe edition and the amazon link seems to ship to nz


I've heard that ebgames are pretty slow with deliveries and amazon might not even deliver on time so im kinda stuck on where I should buy it, any suggestions?

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  # 2316834 12-Sep-2019 22:06
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Go talk to your local EBGames and ask them what the story is with pre-ordering it and time it'll be available. Generally, pre-order should mean you get it the second its available here - taking time to get it to you kinda defeats the purpose.


Or check with mightyape - they dont have it listed but wont hurt to ask. And theyre good for getting stuff out on time.

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  # 2316909 13-Sep-2019 07:58
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Flick Mightyape an email as it's not on their site yet but they are always good for deliveries on pre-order, just use a business address to get it in the morning and then go home :p


Worst people i've used was pre-ordering Skyrim from a local Dick Smith store.  Paid my money for pre-order, turned up on the day and they said they didnt order any stock.  Was fumin

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