- Oct 28, 2017
Due to a lack of availability.. they said, and the game isn't available for anyone to order any longer. Did it happen to anyone else?
If it were that you would see everything Switch related pulled from Amazon.
I'm surprised you hung this long with Amazon, been nothing but a nuisance for me and my friend, never mind the other stories out there.
They want to strong arm publishers into providing them a bigger discount on stock, so they can maintain their aggressive pricing, but the bigger ones can obviously tell them to fuck off.
That cannot be the case, I've recently got Xenoblade 2 The Golden Country for $32 even though I canceled my prime membership.. and today they charged me for Mega Man 11 and they only took $24
Metroid Prime 4, Bayonetta 3 and Yoshi are all set to December 31, 2019 and they're still in the order list, that's really strange smhMy theory (no proofs):
Daemon x Machina is to be released in 2019 with no exact date. Amazon cancels pre-orders if pre-orders are:
My pre-order is also cancelled, and I'm just wracking my brains.
- Exceeds 12 months (including date placeholders, like December 31, 2019).
- Other outside circumstances (such as backruptcy, game project cancellations, etc.).
Great, Save the chat in any case
read above youI just got the cancellation message as well. It is quite strange as the game has been removed for pre-order. It seems that the placeholder date for Amazon was moved to December 31, 2019. This may be the reason for the cancellations.
I lost my 20% off though, which is a huge bummer. I'll purchase from my game store locally.
This message had not been posted when I was doing my research. Amazon's excuse for the item being out-of-stock is clearly not true as there is no stock for this game anywhere in the world as it is not released.
Yes,but try to chat with the customer service and insist to keep your discount for a future preorderThis message had not been posted when I was doing my research. Amazon's excuse for the item being out-of-stock is clearly not true as there is no stock for this game anywhere in the world as it is not released.
If Amazon cannot secure stock for pre-orders on a game with no estimated release date within the next 6 months, when they have concrete sales numbers to be shipped on a product that is not released, may indicate that there are bigger problems.
There are lots of online alternatives, and they're often cheaper, at least for videogames.
Yeah, mine too.