Spyro the Dragon is back in Spyro Reignited Trilogy, a remastered edition of the original trilogy for PS4 and Xbox One. While initially set to release back in September the game was delayed until November in order to complete the final touches developers Toys For Bob wanted.
Amazon is continuing to bring the deals this week with the lowest price on Spyro on the Australian market. Shipping is free with purchase.
Unlike Amazon shipping from JB-HI-FI is not free, but thanks to the copious amounts of physical locations of the store around Australia, getting your hands on this cheap copy should be a breeze.
While Harvey Norman might not have free shipping or a wider variety of store locations it may just be the closest store to your location. If by chance the JB-HI-FI is further away from home or work than the Harvey Normal down the street, then you are in luck to pick up the HD remaster at the cheapest price available.
Big W might not have the lowest price around, another $3 added to the total cost is not too bad. The special thing about buying your copy at Big W is the option to use Afterpay in case your payday isn't for another week or so. Delivery is also optional for an additional $3.90.
Starting to get on the pricier side of things, Target has the game out for $59 on Xbox and PS4. Target also has the option to use either Afterpay or Zip to buy the game upfront and pay back the loan later.
A big price compared to the other stores for not a lot more. EB Games does however have the special edition for sale for $80 (Xbox One, PS4) which comes with a steel bookcase, key ring and 3 collectible art cards.
It's a hefty price to pay for a small bonus, but true fans of the series may be willing to shell out a few extra dollars for their childhood game brought back to life.
OzGameShop has both versions up for $59, with the bonus option to earn Player Points towards your next purchase. The online store also allows payment through Paypal for those of you with some cash in their Paypal wallet.
Mighty Ape has the steepest prices for online shops, but does offer Afterpay as a payment option. Other than that there is no real reason to prioritise Mighty Ape over any other online distributor.
The Gamesmen offer the option of using Zip to purchase the game online and will deliver the next day if bought before late afternoon.
Those are all the reputable deals we've found so far. What about yourselves — spot anything good?
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