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Bargain Roundup: Borderlands Legendary Collection and BioShock Collection

Just like the collection themselves, we’ve decided to put these games all into one. If you’re wondering where XCOM 2 is, we’re not getting a physical release of that in Australia so if you want – you’ll be paying the price off the eShop.

Prices haven’t changed in the weeks since we first posted this, OzGameShop has the cheapest prices, with Amazon matching. There’s not much movement elsewhere and we’re still not sure how much they’ll be separate still on the eShop yet.

Borderlands Legendary Collection and BioShock Collection are out May 29th.


Amazon.com.au

  • BioShock: The Collection – $63.99 Link
  • Borderlands Legendary Collection – $69.00 Link

Big W

  • BioShock: The Collection – $79 Link
  • Borderlands Legendary Collection – $79 Link

EB Games

  • BioShock: The Collection – $89.95 Link
  • Borderlands Legendary Collection – $89.95 Link

eShop

  • BioShock: The Collection – TBC
  • Borderlands Legendary Collection – TBC
    • All games in both collections will be sold separately, but pricing for those is not available yet either.

Gamesmen

  • BioShock: The Collection – $89.95 Link
  • Borderlands Legendary Collection – $89.95 Link

JB Hi-Fi

  • BioShock: The Collection – $89Link
  • Borderlands Legendary Collection – $89 Link

OzGameShop

  • BioShock: The Collection – $63.99 Link
  • Borderlands Legendary Collection – $69.00 Link
    • Because these games have download codes for part of the collection, these codes will be UK codes from OzGameShop. Be sure you have a UK account before buying these.

Target

  • BioShock: The Collection – $89Link
  • Borderlands Legendary Collection – $89 Link

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  • Ramon
    May 6, 2020 at 7:49 pm

    I see that ozgameshop has a statement about being a download code but I can’t find any information about this anywhere else. I don’t think this is correct, there is only extra data to download to each games no codes to lock the games to the user.

    • Silly G
      May 7, 2020 at 4:54 am

      If the games are available separately in the eShop, then it is likely that they will be supplied as a download code.

      I’m not sure how Bioshock and XCOM are being handled, but the Borderlands games will be available separately in the eShop, and the retail packaging also discloses that it includes a download code for the latter games (it says “code” in the singular, but it may include two codes). In situations like these, even if I were to entertain buying these scummy partial cartridge releases, I would prefer the games not to be locked to a single NNID/console as the “update” data can be backed up to other consoles or storage devices.

  • Ramon
    May 8, 2020 at 7:17 am

    The physical game contains an 16GB cartridge including the opening acts of BioShock Remastered, BioShock 2 Remastered, and BioShock Infinite: The Complete Edition. Later game contents and add-ons will need to be downloaded.
    The XCOM 2 Collection physical game contains an 8GB cartridge that features two base game missions. A download is required for the rest of the Total download size will not exceed 24GB.
    The physical game contains an 8GB cartridge that features Borderlands: Game of the Year Edition, with a 6.6GB download required. For Borderlands 2 and Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel a 35GB download is required

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