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Submitted by ICC_06 947d ago | opinion piece

I can’t bring myself to buy the same game twice

Ben Salter of MMGN: The World Ends With You is a fantastic game from 2008 that never amassed more than a dedicated cult following. Today it is re-released on iOS devices for $18-20. That’s great, and I hope it prospers with a new-found audience four years later, but I won’t be buying it. (Culture, The World Ends With You - Solo Remix)

Kamikaze135  +   947d ago
I'm pretty sure this port are for people who didn't get to experience it on the DS.
Starfox811  +   947d ago
I can and can't see the dilemma here. If you see a game you already own and are a bit annoyed at it being re-released in a different format then just don't buy it. I did get the urge to pick up the PC version of FFVII, but I just went back and played my PS1 copy instead.

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