expired Dishonored 2 Limited Plus Edition (PC) - $28 @ EB Games

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As per the title.
Includes:

  • Dishonored 2 Game
  • Steelbook
  • 112 Page Graphic Novel
  • A Cloth Map
  • Digital Imperial Assassin's Pack
  • Digital Copy of Dishonored: Definitive Edition

FYI, the Xbox/PS4 versions are $36.
Because this includes Dishonored 1 and 2, it's better value than the JB 2-for-40 (XB/PS4) deal.

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  • +3 votes

    Been wanting this for a while so I grabbed it along with the special edition strategy guide. Thanks OP.

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    Thanks OP this is a great price!

  • +1 vote

    It is true. EBG can have bargains from time to time.

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    The regular edition is part of the "2 for $40" at JB Hi-fi.

    The question is; are the steelbook, map and comic worth the extra $8?

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    DRM? Are they Steam keys or something?

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    Great price thanks.

  • +1 vote

    Has the bugs/memory leaks from launch been patched.

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    Ordered copy from local EB for pickup.
    Waiting now for the order cancelled email from store as no stock.

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    Isn't there a bunch of DLC for Dishonored 2 though? would rather wait for a definitive edition or similar?

    • +1 vote

      Actually, can't find any DLC apart from the stuff that came with this… There's no news about additional DLC, though as @cmdbash mentions below, some people are still experiencing performance issues

  • +3 votes

    Just a warning for everyone, I played the demo they offered on steam recently and there are still major performance issues (3570k/970).

    • +1 vote

      yeah weirdest performance stuff ive experienced it doesnt just vary in different areas but just looking a little to the left will make you drop from 50 fps to 10. The demo is still available and id strongly recommend trying that first even if you have a good machine

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      Guess I should pass on this with a 660 OC then…

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    Yeah word of warning, PC version still runs poorly I think.

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    This is a good deal! I like.

  • +1 vote

    Nice first deal OP! Just ordered one :)

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    $17 for postage, don't think so.

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    I grabbed one after seeing this. Thank you OP!

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    2 for $40 @ jb hifi

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    The PC version is $79 at JB

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    the ps4 and xbox one version is only $36
    I didn't realise it included the original game as well, that's an instant purchase for me, thanks!

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    Ordered. Thanks OP

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    Great buy and very quick to respond for pickup.

    • +1 vote

      LOL and no room to install it :/ might have to remove some games really need more than a 2TB hard drive for movies and games….

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    Any opinions on if this is a game better played on PC or Console?

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      In my opinion, any game that requires aiming with weapons is better played on PC. I haven't used a console in years though so opinions may vary.

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    Great post op :D

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    Thanks OP

    Ordered this, the special edition strategy guide and Alien Isolation for a total of $47

  • +3 votes

    Once you install the disc, steam starts an automatic download 33GB

  • +5 votes

    Dishonored 1 is not standalone, it's sneakily done as DLC for Dishonored 2, so you cannot give it to a friend if you already have it.

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    Thanks OP! I was just talking about this game to my friend the other day. I'll let him know about this deal.

    I bought Dishonoured 2 for $36 dollars last time when EB Games had a deal too, and I thought I scored a cracker of a deal. Now this is just godlike.

  • -1 vote

    Went to a store to grab a copy and told it was sold to someone who placed order online for pickup.

    Then placed an order online for pickup at another store that still had a copy when the order was placed, only to found out that the store has no stock as it was sold to someone who walked into the store without online order few moments earlier.

    This warrant my downvote, as there's no apparent way to grab this game even if the web says its still in stock at the moment.

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      I'd call my local store and get them to hold it until the end of day - that way I'll only hand over the money if they actually have it.

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        That's what I did the other day, and the guy said on the next day when I tried to pickup the item that they can only hold item for customers who paid already, aka placed online order for pickup.

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      That's not a valid reason to neg. If no one can get it, then the deal should be removed. But this is certainly not the case, in your case you've missed out on it at your particular store. That's hardly a good reason.

      Have you tried ordering it online? There seems to be a few people who managed to get it online.

      I've just ordered mine today and picked it up this arvo, and it was fine. The salesperson mentioned that this particular store had 3 in stock. There were plenty of branches with stock when I checked yesterday.

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        Which one is your store?

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        Of course its a valid reason. The exact opposite happened to me. I am betting that a employee bought my last copy of the game where I choose to pick up. How ever I managed to grab one and a shipping refund. Finally got the game and it doesn't even include the Bonus Dishonored definitive edition. Its $19.99 on steam.

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        That's not a valid reason to neg

        It's an indictment on the poor ordering process, not just a complaint about stock levels. Seeing as people have had issues with EB Games' order fulfillment in the past, I'd say this falls under "major issues with retailer", and is a valid reason to neg.

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          You should've continued reading the page you've so graciously linked me to.

          Appropriate uses of negative vote
          Major issue with retailer
          Didn't receive previous purchase.
          Shipping time exceeding expected wait.

          Hardly falls under these precedent, not to mention an employee not following protocol doesn't really represent the retailer. If I had to guess, OP probably didn't wait to get a confirmation before he headed out to the store he placed the order at. Generally what happens once the order is confirmed is someone puts your copy at the back with your name on it. You get idiots every now and then especially with such a large retailer, but most employees probably aren't going to rip your name off and give it to someone else.

          Inappropriate uses of negative vote
          Expired/Out of Stock.

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          @Butt Scratcher:

          Ironic that you bitch at me for not reading comprehensively, since it seems you only read the first 6 words of my post. I clearly said this isn't just about insufficient stock levels, so don't cite that paragraph at me. Given the history of problems with order fulfillment at EB Games (which you'd see if you bothered to do any research), I'd say it does constitute a legitimate problem with the retailer. They constantly advertise as having stock, then magically don't. It's a sh*tty practice, and it needs to be called out. OP had a legitimate bad experience with it, he's allowed to vote his conscience. Those examples you cited aren't the be-all, end-all. They're just that. Examples. Also an employee does represent the retailer. It's literally their job.

          Now, did you read that properly, or do I need to make another post unnecessarily explaining what was already abundantly clear?

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          @ProspectiveDarkness:

          Ironic that you bitch at me for not reading comprehensively, since it seems you only read the first 6 words of my post. I clearly said this isn't just about insufficient stuff levels.

          They constantly advertise as having stock, then magically don't. It's a sh*tty practice, and it needs to be called out.

          Oh I've read it alright. EB on average seems to have 20-30 deals a month, that's quite a lot. But how often do you seem people complain about it? Once every few months? Still better than most retailers here.

          Those examples you cited aren't the be-all, end-all.

          I'm clearly not a mod here, the best I can do is refer to guidelines are precedents. If you can show me a mod saying that having online orders cancelled every now and then is a major issue, go ahead. I doubt you will find any though, not only will eb games like other retailers have somewhere in their TOS that placing an order does not guarantee stock, but basic contract law pretty much dictates that they are well within their legal rights not to fulfill online orders. It's mostly out of fairness for the retailer, placing an online order through an automated system shouldn't mean that a retailer must produce something that they do not have, or suffer a loss to fulfill the order because there's a glitch in the system that took orders for 1000's of an item at a loss.

          It's easy to see it being unfair from a consumers perspective because most of us here on OB are, but hey what are they supposed to do if they just don't have the product to sell. An OB'er above had their customer service go out of their way to ship one to them for free. I don't think they are entitled to it, but something like that I would consider is more representative of the retailer and a nice gesture.

          YEah, employees do represent the retailer. But one's actions that isn't consistent with company protocols/policies doesn't.

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          @Butt Scratcher:

          But how often do you seem people complain about it? Once every few months?

          Oh well in that case, we shouldn't ever give them negative votes then, clearly EB Games is a complete and utter paragon of virtue.
          No. When a problem crops up, it should be voted on accordingly.

          I'm clearly not a mod here, the best I can do is refer to guidelines are precedents

          You could also use common sense. Just a thought. This isn't contract law, or EB Games' terms of service. It's a consumer forum and we, as consumers, aren't obligated to care overly much about either of those things, we care about how the service holds up. And in this person's case, it didn't. This is one person detailing their negative experience (that has been historically corroborated by others) and voting accordingly. If you care so much about having their vote invalidated, by all means, report it and let a mod deal with it.

          In the mean time, if you'd rather fixate on EB Games' convenience over the customer's and actively protest the slightest criticism, I'd question what you're doing on a consumer-oriented board. Maybe this would suit you better.

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          @ProspectiveDarkness:

          Well, this is starting to go no where. Attacking me doesn't make any of your points any more valid. Get mad at the retailer all you want, I'm just stating what I see to be a more fair representation and also, in fairness to the OP who is wondering whether these people are right in negging his first deal is justified in doing so.

          "Look, I know I'm new to posting, but I didn't think one gets downvoted because of an error on the website. Aren't votes for whether it's a deal or not?"

          You could also use common sense. Just a thought. This isn't contract law, or EB Games' terms of service. It's a consumer forum and we, as consumers, aren't obligated to care overly much about either of those things, we care about how the service holds up.

          There's a reason why I didn't just state the law…

          Being oblivious to whatever is beyond your vision doesn't mean it isn't there

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          @Butt Scratcher:

          Attacking me doesn't make any of your points any more valid.

          Just as condescension doesn't help yours. Don't try to take the high road here, you came at me with attitude, I simply responded in kind.

          I'm just stating what I see to be a more fair representation

          Well that's a matter of opinion, isn't it. If the business is going to repeatedly dick around its customers, I'd say a negative vote is more than fair. Once again, if you care that much about EB Games' precious image, and 96:1 positive to negative ratio is just that darn unjust to you, I'd have to refer you to the Seek link I posted above.

          "Look, I know I'm new to posting, but I didn't think one gets downvoted because of an error on the website. Aren't votes for whether it's a deal or not?"

          The retailer is the one getting downvoted for crap practices, not the OP. It's not personal. I'm sure the 96 upvotes more than make up for it.

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          @ProspectiveDarkness:

          Just as condescension doesn't help yours. Don't try to take the high road here, you came at me with attitude, I simply responded in kind.

          Please, show me how condescending I have been. Your posts have been nothing but you attacking me in rebuttal of my reasoning's.

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          @Butt Scratcher:

          You should've continued reading the page you've so graciously linked me to.

          The first sentence of your first reply to me. Definitely not condescending at all.

          Your posts have been nothing but you attacking me in rebuttal of my reasoning's.

          Nothing at all? Oh I'm sorry, I didn't realise every single word I'd typed to you was an insult, and included absolutely no reasoning of my own. Clearly my comments just pale in comparison to the impenetrable logic of your 'reasonings'.

          I guess I'll just show myself out in shame, then.

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          @ProspectiveDarkness:

          The guidelines you linked clearly shows that being out of stock is not a reason to neg and lays out what "major issues with retailer" with the retailer meant. You're going to have to forgive me if I get a little disgruntled when someone links something that contradicts what they're saying but present it as something that supports them. But still, it hasn't and wasn't meant to discredit you in anyway.

          Now, I've been happily discussing with you what "major issues with retailer" might entail, but it's become apparent that it's going no where.

          I didn't point out that you were attacking me because my feelings were being hurt, a better term would have been ad hominem fallacy.

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    A few PS4 copies left at Ashfield EB GAMES, they are still priced $109 but ring up $36 at checkout

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    Thanks OP, got my copy from EBgames gympie. 2 left in stock still if anyone still wants one.

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    WARNING FOR PS4 - I just bought a copy, and when I opened the game up, the digital copy of dishonored had expired (1/5/17).
    The only reason I bought it was because it came with both.. Otherwise I woulda grabbed the jb deal.
    It might just be me, because the dlc for dh2 had an expiry in 2018, but yeah.
    I'll be returning it tomorrow.

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    Thanks! Bought for pick-up, hopefully it goes through and I can grab it tomorrow.

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    Sick deal, thanks!

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    Does anyone know If the PC version comes with a leaflet with the code or is it included in Dishonored 2? Because I redeemed my codes and still no definitive edition.

    • +2 votes

      In mine, the back of the booklet had the DH2 key, and the leaflet had one code for both the DH2 DLC and DH Definitive Ed.
      I added both codes to steam, and both started d/ling…

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    The picture you took seems to be right.

    There are two leaflets. Redeem both codes and both games should come up on steam.

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