Video games depreciate at an alarming rate.
If you’re willing to wait just a few months for pre-owned copies, you can pick them up for a fraction of their initial £40 or £50 price tag.
But downloadable versions of games and their downloadable content don’t seem to depreciate at nearly the same rate, meaning that getting the extra content can often mean spending much more than you paid for the main game.
I’ve had a look at how the pre-owned prices compare to the digital ones, as well as how they compare with the DLC. Continue reading