It’s been out four days.
In news that might peeve anyone who bought it last Friday, Xenoblade Chronicles: Definitive Edition has already been reduced to £39.99.
Both Amazon UK and Argos have dropped the price of the newly-released Switch RPG this morning. Until today, it’s been sitting at around the £50 mark at most retailers, with a couple going as low as £43. Oh, and for an extra two pence, Amazon will also throw in a poster.
In his Xenoblade Chronicles: Definitive Edition review, Martin called it a ‘gently re-touched, thoughtfully expanded take on a modern classic’ and slapped it with a Recommended badge. It’s less a remake or remaster, but an expanded re-release with a few hours of additional content, too.
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I’d been craving a new RPG to get into and was quite tempted to pick up Xenoblade Chronicles in the first place. Now it’s down to £40 it seems like that decision has been made a lot easier.