> nonamesleft wrote:
>> SupremeSarna wrote:
> |>> I found a copy of the PAL version of Pandora's Tower on eBay. It was $40 with
> |>> shipping, and came with the manual and everything. The corner of the box read
> |>> the above photo: "Not to be sold separately," indicating that it came from the
> |>> Edition and not a store shelf. I was hoping to finish assembling my Limited Edition
> |>> boxset, so I sat on the eBay listing, waiting for my parents to inquire about
> |>> Christmas list. I then checked up on it. To my horror, someone else swooped in
> |>> bought it during my complacency; twas the wrong move.
> |>> Now needing a new gift request for Christmas, I searched for any other copy.
> |>> I'd found a Mercari listing for the photo above. Great condition, everything
> |>> free shipping, and it even had the printing in the lower corner for authenticity.
> |>> I couldn't let it go a second time; 15 people were watching it. The $65 price
> |>> made me mull it over for a night, but I'm willing to contribute to the price
> |>> family doesn't have to carry the whole expenditure.
> |>> So after six years, my PT Limited is finally complete! Huzzah!
>> :) I'd say you made the right choice buying it.
>> When you know you're looking for something (easy to find or not) if you can afford
>> to buy it, go for it. Not worth the disappointment of someone else snatching it
>> while contemplating.
> Agreed!!! More often than not, when I'm contemplating something that might be pricey
> but is hard to find and I want it, it's gone before I actually come to a decision
> It's better to just buy that sucker (if the funds allow)...you'll be happy you did
> in the end.
Absolutely. It's so true. Those instances where you don't buy something you wanted, it gets snatched out of your hands, and then you keep thinking about it until you're willing, perhaps even happy, to pay more than the one that got away, just for peace of mind. Better to just buy it the first time, if you are able. Like you said, you'll be glad you did. 100%