This was a very divisive game, but I really loved it. Loved the visuals, animation work and the stealth. i wonder if Nvidia ever added those effects they said they would patch in, I remember really wanting to see that in action and would make me install the game now.
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Professor Layton I 50% for Android
I thought it was down to $40 at some point. Considering the "quality" of this port I wouldn't give them even that much though.
Other than the 60 FPS cap, I didn't have any notable issues with it when I played it about 2 months ago. No hitching, freezing, crashes, etc. For what's essentially a souped-up Vita game, I'd recommend the PC version at this point.I thought it was down to $40 at some point. Considering the "quality" of this port I wouldn't give them even that much though.
I did manage to grab a PS4 version on sale for $20 or so a while back but that would be the max to pay for the shit PC port quality. Unfixed issues exist to this day.
Are they doing the 5% for liking them on Facebook? I don't see it. They don't have any voucher going on right now, right?And some more here at the easter sale
Thank you SO much for this.
Yeah I bought MK11 on cdkeys yesterday I guess it's fair that they are not listed at isthereanydeal.It's not to be confused with cdkeys. While also in gray area, they at least are selling keys that are from cheaper regions
That makes sense.My rule of thumb: If a site has some sort of "protection service" for wrong keys that costs extra, it's shady af.
How exactly do people even "steal" keys? Like a keygen-esque software or something?G2A is bad. It's a market place with stolen keys
bought with stolen credit cardsHow exactly do people even "steal" keys? Like a keygen-esque software or something?
I've gotten quite a bit from g2a over the years, and haven't had any issues. Not saying it isn't shady, but I'm curious what exactly is going on there.
Worth it for a 2€ The Last Express alone.