expired [PC] Minecraft Windows 10 Edition $3.90 AUD (Incl. Payment Fees) at Eneba.com

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Price with 3% discount code OZBARGAIN and Payment fees:

Credit card: 3.90 AUD
PayPal: 3.93 AUD

The Windows 10 Edition is not compatible with Java Edition worlds and servers.

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  • -1 vote

    The Windows 10 Edition is not compatible with Java edition worlds and servers.

    So why get it?

    • +1 vote

      Native DXR (hardware raytracing) support is incoming for the W10 version.

      I suspect Microsoft is keen to finally move everyone over.

      • +2 votes

        Microsoft can get (profanity). Java version is where it's at.

        • +5 votes

          besides constantly having to patch java versions for security, oracle have changed the licensing of supported java, so not surprised that microsoft are moving away from it, hence you get a single supported version of java on edge …from microsoft not oracle …no extensions or enhancements.

          too much of my times was spent when my son was little patching java mine craft so my son could play mods.

          win10 version is easier for parents who just want to install the software and let their kids play.

    • +2 votes

      It’s compatible with bedrock worlds and realms, and bedrock is cross compatible with android, iOS, consoles, and windows 10. Java isn’t. If you want your kid nephew to join your world server you’ll want the windows 10 edition.

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    @Eneba: Are you an official and authorised reseller or another version of G2A? Where are your keys coming from?

    • +1 vote

      What's wrong with G2A ?

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        They mostly trade in OEM-related keys and the global price variations, but it's a grey market and there's obviously scammers and hackers making money off others as well.

      • -2 votes

        What's wrong with G2A ?

        The rampant criminal activity hurts developers so much they would rather you pirate their games than buy them from G2A.

        Pirating costs them nothing whereas credit card charge backs resulting from the rampant criminal activity on G2A costs them money.

        • +1 vote

          I've tried explaining this on dozens of G2A posts and always got downvoted by idiots who would prefer to bankrupt their favourite game company than pay $2 extra for a legit key.

          • +3 votes

            @potplanty: Who do you think generates those keys? Exactly.

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            @potplanty: Aren't the chargebacks relating to wholesale keys bought with stolen credit cards? C/C fraud really a bigger issue affecting many, but arn't G2A are working with devs to repay any losses exponentially?

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              @trucktech: Yes they’re making it up as they’re going along. CC fraud is the issue.

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              @trucktech: Yes they are but those keys are sold on G2A because the checks G2A does is a joke at best and straight up fraud at worst.

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                @potplanty: Aren't G2A also giving the devs 10% of final sale ex tax? So even if the key comes is stolen or promo then they'd get $3 back on a $30 game? I can't see how that's worse than their cracked product being available as a torrent in whatever form or with malware etc.

                No marketplace in the world is perfect (just look at crypto, eBay or even actual markets IRL) regarding origin of goods, but they function as long as the product is fit for purpose. I just can't see how G2A as a marketplace can do any better than overcompensate devs affected by theft and give them a share of the key sale value.

                I understand developers looking after their own interests, but we're all adapting to a global market and if devs sell a bunch of keys wholesale for a cash injection or generate excessively for promo, those keys are gonna come up later and essentially compete in the marketplace with their retail sales.

                If keys for their software are being consistently ripped off via fraud, then devs and distributors really need to improve their practises and methods of payment they accept.

        • -2 votes

          haven’t seen a web site from a developer that says “ we rather you pirate our game than buy from g2a” ….please link if you have one .

  • +1 vote

    Need a deal on the Java version if possible.

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    Anyone else have payment problems on this?
    Won't go through.
    There's also a very high payment surcharge!

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    The cost figures above are incorrect, the code brings it down to $4.44
    But then, there is a surcharge of either 63c or 69c!

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