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[–]CYBEReris 10 points11 points ago

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  • Super Smash Bros. WiiU: $59.99
  • Super Smash Bros 3DS (two copies): $79.98
  • Bayonetta DLC (for both platforms): $6.99
  • Ryu DLC (for both platforms): $6.99
  • Corrin DLC (for both platforms): $5.99
  • Smash Bros-compatible Amiibos (36 at $14.19 each): $510.84

someone who is good at the economy please help me budget this. my family is dying

[–]mmultiplier 6 points7 points ago

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lmao perfect

[–]1vs 6 points7 points ago

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spend less on amiibos

[–]CYBEReris 7 points8 points ago

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no

[–]missingno 7 points8 points ago

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this is your brain on br4wl

[–]Dogmantradawngate 5 points6 points ago

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imagine being able to shrug off a $1300 spend on a video game

[–]srsly 2 points3 points ago

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If I went “all-in” in Super Smash Bros. (all amiibos, multiple controllers, etc.), I would spend $1,370.11. That might keep me from buying a new computer for a while, but it wouldn’t put me at risk of maxing a credit card.

Yes spending 1370.11 on a single video game will put you at risk of maxing a credit card.

[–]neku 2 points3 points ago

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the amiibos barely even DO ANYTHING

[–]captain_cornflakes 0 points1 point ago

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This setup makes me feel relaxed, comfortable, and confident that the publisher is looking out for my best interests. It builds upon the high level of trust Nintendo has already established with me.

yes, nintendo is very concerned about your well-being