Perhaps you should ask Amazon. $$:OD I mean, to me, it does not really matter. With Amazon I pay no tax or shipping. A mission and a gun, is that what the bonus is? Meh, I will just get it from Xbox live one day.
I have, they said they are contacting higher-ups. The simple fact behind Amazon's Wii U denial is that they have some pointless feud with Nintendo over some inappropriately returned 3DS's. Notice how they still do not sell the Wii U or 3DS. Until recently they also were boycotting Nintendo controllers as well. They take the douchiness further in that they put "Also Consider the PlayStation Vita" on the 3DS marketplace entries and "Just Announced: PlayStation 4" on Wii U marketplace entries.
I am probably just going to take my preorder to Gamestop unless they get this fixed soon.
Well, on top of getting the in game content, you also get a poster from EBGames. I mean, I have the Grand Theft Auto 5 thing as well as The Last Of Us limited edition pre ordered at ebgames. Those are both over $100. So, if I did those there, I guess I should just do watch dogs as well. Tax and shipping may add to the cost, but I think it is better to order from the place I get the most out of the game from.
Interesting is it not, all those talking down about the new Xbox? The no more used games thing sucks. I don't really buy used games. But I really don't like the idea of it being taken away. Perhaps Nintendo saw into the future and released their system that can play last gen games. I like games. Brain injury in 03, took like 92% of my vision. I can not drive. I will be going to college soon, but now I game. hahaha If the new Xbox would allow me to send in all the games I had and download them free on their system, I may just do it. But then what about the saves? Plus, how many games can someone really download? Imagine 10 next gen games. What will the size be? All this is a little off topic. Just me thinking is all. $$:OD
If you get something back from Amazon, letting you know, could you post it on here? I would be interested to find out.
Amazon just keeps telling me that they still sell Nintendo products despite the feud and that they are talking to the appropriate parties to get this fixed, all of which is a load of crock (I've been on their back about this for a while now, they have no plans to fix this I think).
Amazon is just being extremely immature in this feud. Fine be mad at Nintendo, but don't drive down your sales of the Wii U versions of Ubisoft games by denying them preorder bonuses...