Continuing our tour of retail catalogues, we move onto EB Games. Oh boy, these are slim pickings indeed. Lock's Quest for $40? Decent game, decent price. Final Fantasy IV on DS for $35? Hmm, I guess. Everything else for up to $30 more than you'd pay elsewhere? Pass.
But of course, EB have two catalogues - one for new games and one for their delightful pre-owned
scam business. Let's take a look at the latter, shall we?
Dead Space (360) - $70 - more expensive than a brand new copy from JB Hi-Fi and Harvey Norman
Brothers In Arms: Hell's Highway (360) - $70 - more expensive than a brand new copy at GAME
Soul Calibur IV (360) - $70 - more expensive than a brand new copy at GAME
Conan (PS3) - $47 - more expensive than a brand new copy at Harvey Norman
Kane & Lynch (360) - $47 - more expensive than a brand new copy at JB
DS Lite plus two pre-owned games - $184 - a whole $2 cheaper than a brand new DS Lite plus one brand new game at the same store
Bargains? You can make up your own mind.