They used to take some imports in some stores. They don't even take imported hardware these days though.
Its tempting... But then i have had a few dodgy items when ordering online(condition wise) so ordering a collectors edition just my luck its batteredIts barcode 060067008963 is a typo of the real CE barcode 5060067008963. Given that it's so exact and one digit shorter than it ought to be, I would say they mis-scanned a UK CE set and saw it come up as something not on their system, then the person entering it into the system simply added it as a new item with a made-up low price. I can't find any other explanation; if the barcode used another distributor's EAN/UPC prefix then it could be an overseas release but it's so close that it has to be human error on CEX's part. For comparison, the US BD's barcode is 0816726023335 (completely different number range).
So that could be a really good deal on a CE.
You dont like it?it's a good heads up about Real Girl at CEX, i was going to get rid of my copy a couple weeks ago but thought i might as well keep it if they were only offering £8 for it but now that they've updated their listings to properly price the CE i might take it in next week
Do we know when new disks are shipping? Dont want to buy from UP1 if they're not great disks tbhThere are no replacement disks scheme. You basically had to send your old set back to whatever store you bought it from for a refund and rebuy the new set with fixed disks.