[Switch] Syberia Trilogy - $14.95 @ EB Games

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Good price for a collection of 3 games "all" on the cartridge. There is a 100MB update for Syberia 2 and a ~60MB update for 3, but otherwise each appears on the console with its own separate icon despite the one game card.

Will also earn you 105 Gold Coins to redeem on the eshop as this release technically only came out this year I believe. Launched in Australia at $60, then was reduced to $30 in the last EB sale. Clearly that still didn't move units so now it has a permanent reduction down to $14.95 by the looks of it.

A few other interesting things I've noticed:

  1. The game has a European classification on the box with an Australian PG sticker over top. When I purchased my copy today, it was still shrink wrapped and the sticker was beneath the shrink wrap, so collectors holding out for a "true" Australian packaging release may be disappointed. Or not. I honestly don't know where this fits amongst collectors with Australian classifications and/or shrink wrapped product.

  2. Switch has seen a few physical releases with 2 games on one card appearing as separate icons. The ones I have that come to mind are: Risk of Rain 1+2, Metro Redux and Child of Light/Valiant Hearts Double Pack. America will be receiving Sonic Mania/Team Sonic Racing and Super Monkey Ball/Sonic Forces double packs in the near future on the one card also, but to my knowledge this is the only Switch release that has 3 full games on one cart in this particular layout (SM3DAS does not count as those games are all under one home menu icon)

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  • Cool, thanks mate, got one local. Reviews look decent.

  • -2 votes

    Syberia Trilogy - $14.95

    Does it come with a jukebox ?

  • If only it was a digital version. I don't buy physical cartriges (or dics on Xbox) anymore.

    • Any reason for that? Did you buy a series S?

      • I have multiple nintendo switch(es) for my children. With digital versions, they both can play without the physical cartridge (as long as they have internet access, and they both don't play the same game concurrently).

        I also have multiple Xbox One S(es) for my children. With digital versions, they both can play without the physical dics (as long as they have internet access), they both can play the same game concurrently.

        This way, they don't need to carry the game cartridg(es) or disc with them wherever they go. (and they don't need to be at the same locationtoo.

        • I get your point, kinda like steam. But damn I prefer the ability to resell or lend games.

        • -1 vote

          It sounds like your children spend too much time playing games.

        • Can you explain something to me - how do you get them playing the digital editions at the same time? I thought only one Xbox could be logged into one account at a time?

          Or do you buy multiple digital editions (one for each account they're using?)

          • @mingofmongo: Switch console #1:
            User #A: registered as primary console
            User #B: login to console #1 only (not registered as primary console on console #1)
            Switch console #1 can download all games available from User #A & #B. For simplicity, do not buy games for User #B.

            Switch console #2:
            User #A: login to console #2 only (not registered as primary console on console #2)
            Switch console #1 can download all games available from User #A only.

            User #A should only play games on switch console #2 only.
            User #B should only play games on switch console #1 only.

            Every time you start a game. It will check the game license online (and the user login online). It will check how many license you have (one license only) and will allocate that licence to the new request. All previous use of licence will be ejected. (But the exception is that USER #B can play all games on console #1 because user #A is registered as a primary console)

            NOTE: User #A cannot be playing on both consoles #1 & #2 at the same time because only maximum of 1 concurrent logins allowed.

            Hope that explains it.

            On xbox is similar, except you can have User #A logged into two consoles (+ same game, i.e. two license of the same game being played together) concurrently via (console #1 as primary console & console #2 as logged in user). A third login is possible on console #3, as it will only kick out the the same user on console #2, the kick out cooling off time is about 30min now. NOT immediately kick out as per Nintendo Switch

  • It helps when you end up purchasing over hundred's of games when the digital versions go on sale every week. (up to 80% off)

  • I also plan to buy the Xbox Series X, but will hold off until a bargain deal comes later.

    • -1 vote

      It sounds like your children spend too much time playing games.

      • I don’t think it’s too much. For every hour of study, they get an hour of time to do what they want. I.e. sport, tv, music, or computer games.

      • It sounds like you’re repeating yourself a lot.

  • Cheers, was able to C&C at my local store

  • Why is everyone taking about Xbox for a Switch game.