JB has revealed that it will begin selling parallel imports of Pal games at a discounted price.
Kotaku reports that unlike GameTraders, EB and GAME, which have all sold UK stock in the past to get games early or as pre-owned copies, JB will be honest about the imported copies.
They'll be sold as imports as a reduced cost. As an Australian classification sticker must be included to display them at retail, the only difference between the parallel imports and Australian stock will be the price.
An imported copy of Super Mario 3D Land, for example, is only $44, compared to $59 for an Australian version.
It's a national incentive, and should arrive in your local store shortly, if it's not already there.
By Ben Salter - Bio