Found unopened copies ot Tales of Xillia 1 & 2 for $15 each. They're the Mexican release, which is nice, because we always get the US's copies, but, from what I understand, they're the same thing. The only difference is the packaging. I'm going to test them in a few, see if the DLC works, which is how these games go. The games are region free but DLC is not. The only game I'm missing since starting on these games with Xillia is Berseria but I didn't care for it. For one, I dislike censorship, no matter how unintrusive. Also, I just didn't like the story.
Criterion runs a biannual sell of %50 off their works so I'm saving my money for that, but right now they're doing a 30% sale till the end of May and there was one very rare movie I very much wanted. DVD only, so, not ideal, but I also got a copy of Rashomon, which I've wanted to own again for ages.
Ha...now I'm on high ground (tell myself about the power outages to feel good) with the help of my family I got a proper UPS with a 10 minute battery that gives me enough time to save my works or games, before this I had no chance but now I have a great tool to fight back .
"Sherlock Holmes: The Complete Collection", not the books specifically but rather a complete unabridged audio reading I bought off of iTunes. I really do love the stories and want to get back into them but I just haven't the time to sit around and read books anymore so I thought I would listen to them instead as I cycle to work.
I was tempted to get the one read by the legendary Stephen Fry but that was like 40 quid and I really couldn't justify that so I went with a reading by what seems to be a local University professor instead for only 2 pounds.