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DOOM for the switch?

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28 minutes ago, Quasar said:

At least those don't get bought up entirely by scalpers to be sold on eBay for 3x retail.

Its actually the opposite, Funko pops are more scalped than Amiibos nowadays.

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11 hours ago, DoctorFrickinRetro said:

Its actually the opposite, Funko pops are more scalped than Amiibos nowadays.

Sad, but not at all surprising.

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3 hours ago, Quasar said:

Sad, but not at all surprising.

To be fair, I only have the DBZ pops and the ghostbuster pops, I do like some of the designs they make. but I'm not a actual collector.

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I bought a copy of Doom for the Switch from a flea market.. only to find a Pokèmon Omega Ruby card for the 3DS inside.

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Maybe I'm a total loser but I'd love a Doomguy Amiiboo. He should look like the little hidden Doomguy dolls you find around!

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On 9/15/2017 at 9:56 AM, Zemini said:

Amiibos are cancer.

Far from it, actually. 
 

"Amiibos, now you're fuckin' around with power."

I agree with your sentiment though. Another class divide isn't what the videogame industry needs. Someone who pays full price for a game shouldn't have to feel like they're missing out on the whole game. It's basically psychological extortion - for $15.00 extra dollars you can play the, "whole" game. An extra classic Doom room with a dumbed down puzzle. Pass.

Addendum: I actually changed my mind about this in the middle of thinking about it. At first it seems kind of benign, but I think it's also kind of a cash grab.

I don't know. Maybe they're not so bad. I can see it from a collectors point of view.

What is the extra content like when you pair these Amiibos with your Switch?

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