Amiibo Double Heartbreak

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Two rare Amiibos. Two online orders from two separate retailers. Within the span of a week, all I could do was watch in dismay as both would cancel my orders for Captain Falcon and Villager. Neither retailer could secure enough to meet the demand for either, so they just cancelled my orders and refunded me the money.

I’m really bummed out that I got this far into the purchase process and it didn’t work out, but at least I got my money back. In particular, I really had my hopes up that the Villager from B+H Camera would go through. Oh well, maybe someday I’ll eventually have both in my collection. For now though, I’ll keep hunting!


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2012 Year in Review: In Third Person X Amazon

At the beginning of 2012, I rolled out the Amazon affiliate program onto In Third Person. While I don’t do this for a living, and I know that people hate advertising, but it’s a means of compensation for all of the work I do for the site. At the very least, I’ve tried to implement it in a way where it makes things easier for you to buy what you were interested in purchasing anyway. Due to technological limitations with Amazon and WordPress, my implementation of it isn’t that great. With that said, I’m surprised (and thankful) for how much stuff you’ve purchased. In case you’re interested, most users bought fightsticks, though the variety of gaming stuff purchased was pretty interesting.

Going into next year, how would you like to see this improve? Would love to hear your feedback!

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On Sale at Amazon.com – April 10th Edition

I’m trying something a bit different. If it works out, we might keep this as a regular thing. There are some sweet deals on Amazon.com and I thought it’d be cool to share them with you. These deals are likely a limited time offer, and I have no idea when they expire, so act fast before it’s too late! Part of the proceeds raised from the purchases of these games supports In Third Person, so I’ll send my good vibes to you should you choose to purchase.

Just Dance 3

List Price: $39.99

On Sale: $23.96

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Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3

List Price: $59.99

On Sale: $39.54

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Final Fantasy XIII-2

List Price: $59.99

On Sale: $29.99

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First off, thank you to those who have already supported In Third Person by purchasing items from the In Third Person store. Truly appreciated.

If you haven’t checked it out, or haven’t checked it out in a while, this is a friendly reminder that the In Third Person store is a great place to purchase games from. Why? It’s great because it’s powered by Amazon.com, which means you’re dealing with a trusted retailer with probably the largest supply of video games by any online retailer. If you don’t see the game your looking for in one of the categories, simply use the search bar. It’s also great because your purchases support me and the site.

So what are you waiting for? Check out the In Third Person store and see if there’s anything you want to purchase or pre-order.

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For almost 3 years now, I’ve put my heart and soul into making In Third Person the best gaming blog it could be. I poured in hundreds of hours of time into this blog back when the site was lucky to get a few dozen readers a month. Since those early days, In Third Person has grown into a site that serves thousands of visitors a month that also has a growing fan-base. Thank you readers for your on-going support.

In 2012, I’m looking to making the entire In Third Person experience better for you. One of those improvements is live now, which is the ability for you to shop on for gaming stuff In Third Person thanks to Amazon.com.

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Canadians Looking For Mad Catz Fightsticks

The Mad Catz fightstick situation in Canada is horrible nowadays. Unlike in the United States, where many different local and online retailers carry the whole line, Mad Catz products are technically only available at EBGames/Gamestop here. When they were available, each store would have maybe one TE and one SE. However, Gamestop has not replenished their supply in months, and I don’t think intend on doing so anytime soon.

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