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The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt $15.15 USD ~ $21.48 AUD @ Gaming Dragons

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The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt

75% Off @ $15.15 USD ~ $21.48 AUD
Coupon Code: GMD-D15F3222
http://www.gamingdragons.com/en/game/buy-the-witcher-3-std-d...

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  • +2 votes

    Thanks. Good price

    • +1 vote

      You're welcome, you post plenty of excellent deals yourself :)

  • +3 votes

    Shame its not a Steam key, otherwise I'd be all over it

    • +13 votes

      This is a GOG Copy, which is even better

      • +1 vote

        In a ideal world, sure, but I want everything on Steam, so GOG is useless to me

        • +6 votes

          You can add non steam games to steam

        • -9 votes

          @Glyde62:

          sigh worst answer ever

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          I had the same thought too but slowly amassed cheapo games across a few account types to the point where it no longer bothers me.

    • +1 vote

      Yeah, I'm still hanging out for a Steam key myself. Not to hate on the GOG platform at all, I've just found that even having some games on the Origin client I tend to forget about them.
      This is the cheapest I have seen this game in any form though, great find OP!

      • +1 vote

        …or as Glyde62 said, I could add a non-Steam game to Steam. I'm a dummy.

  • +3 votes

    This is probably the cheapest it has been since release.

  • +1 vote

    this is the best game its worth it.

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    What's that coupon code about? It saves 25cents!

    • +7 votes

      I think it is a referral code which earns the OP "gems" on that gaming dragons site. In fact the site looks like it's trying to run one big pyramid scheme: http://www.gamingdragons.com/en/collect-gems

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      Funny how the mods are allowing a referral code to be used as a coupon… as shown by Seth's link, it's clearly a referral code not a discount coupon.

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    I got through witcher 1 but number 2 just sat on my shelf.

    How important is it to play number 2 before number 3? Does it leave some of the characters without introductions?

    • +2 votes

      I didn't play through any of the other games… I think it would probably add some sense of enjoyment and familiarity, but I don't think its totally necessary, as you can pick it up as you go. During the progression of the main story line you get explanations of what is happening and what has happened. There are obviously a lot of side characters you meet and may not be familiar with, but they're generally ancillary, and you can read up on them in the character bio within the game, or check out the wiki if you're interested in the back story - but a lot of its explained in the dialogue if you care to ask those questions of the character —— e.g. "last time I saw you, you were doing x y z, how did you get here?" and then after talking to them you'll get a bio entry in the game menu for that character.

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      You learn more about the lore, Witcher 2 is like the game of throne (S1) of the witcher universe.

      I myself played witcher 3 before witcher 2.

  • +1 vote

    Picked up a copy, just built a completely new rig so need some recent titles to stretch its legs

    • +3 votes

      Stress test it with the original Arkham Knight release :D

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      Hi Themojorising :)

      Are you able to please share your build components & price. Just trying to get towards getting a build together for myself & looking for some advice from someone who has already done it ;)

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        Sure ting

        Intel i6500 299.00
        EVGA GTX 970 500.00
        Asrock z970 pro 215.00
        16gb DDR4 190.00
        520w PSU 105.00
        R5 Fractal Case 150.00

        My mate helped me pick out the bits and pieces.

        Otherwise was using this website

        http://www.logicalincrements.com/

        Helps you work within a budget

  • +10 votes

    I just bought one. They're reselling NVidia keys that were bundled with the video cards. They're marked as "Not for RESALE".

    • +1 vote

      is there any risk to me having my key reclaimed or gog account shut down?

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        I bought one too, so I hope not. But honestly, I don't know. In the cases where keys have been revoked, it's been long after they were sold

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      Where is it marked that? I've gone through my 2 previous free keys and haven't seen anything marked this. I've only seen "Don't share, etc".

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      I was going to buy it, and then I remembered that it was Gaming Dragons reselling Windows keys from less than legitimate sources, so I held off. I thought it could be something like this. Definitely neg worthy

  • +1 vote

    Thanks. Process is quick and works perfectly. A bit 'morally grey' on the seller's end though. They're actually selling JPEGs of the codes which they've clearly gotten off NVIDIA GPUs.

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      I just bought a NVIDIA 970 yesterday, the box wasn't marked to come with free games or anything,

      • +2 votes

        It was a promo that was on when the 900 series first came out. It's been over in Australia for a while, but clearly it's still going in the UK and the codes clearly work internationally. It's interesting because normally NVIDIA promos expire after 6 months, which is why you have to be careful when you buy slightly older cards with game bundles.

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          Good to know for the future, but I suspect I wont be replacing my GFX any time soon (Hopefully)

          Been trying to play DA-Inquisiiton. My rig keeps bsodding….. reminds me one of the reasons I switched to consoles some time back

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          @Themojorising: consoles are sadly no better these days. Look on gaming sites and you'll find a lot of reports of games freezing and crashing back to dashboard. Not to mention with the current generation consoles you have to wait for the games to install from disc to hard drive and download massive multiple gig patches. I miss the old console days too :(

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          @Agret:

          Turns out just a bios driver issue, no more bsodding issues any more so far.

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        Games only come with newer/newest cards usually. The 970 had The Witcher 3 attached, the 980Ti had Arkham Knight attached. The process now makes you have to manually submit a request with your a copy of your invoice to the manufacturer when then returns you with a code that you submit into NVIDIA which finally gives you a final code to activate within Steam/GoG/etc.

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        Maybe your code was taken out and found it's way to Gaming Dragons

  • +1 vote

    Coupon code not required, it's a referral code.

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    For a few dollars more, you can get "Neverwinter Nights: Diamond Edition" as a bonus.

    http://www.gamingdragons.com/en/game/buy-the-witcher-3-downl...

  • +1 vote

    I know it says it is expired but I just bought this with the above mentioned "Neverwinter Nights: Diamond Edition" bonus for $24Aud. Great buy at that price. Thanks OP!