Time for deals? Okay, in all seriousness, I found this image attached to a blog and spent twenty minutes scrolling through years of updates trying to discern what the context for it was. I was disappointed. Not in the boobs, mind you, but the content did not live up to the hopeful expectation.
Speaking of which, we have another highly disappointing week when it comes to bargains. Best Buy has only one game on sale this week, and it's a measly ten bucks off of Left 4 Dead, but they do have the Xbox Live bundle with chatpad and 12-month service at a really good price.
Gamestop does a bit better, although most of the games aren't things I'm interested in. They still manage to do better than Target, who have absolutely no games on sale this week. Depressing.
All of this means that I had to scour Amazon extra hard this week, but I did come up with a few good deals. Lost Planet for PS3 has a decent sale price, as does Tom Clancy's EndWar for PS3 and 360.
All the week's deals, as usual, follow the jump.
(Please note that GameStop's ad cycle differs from most major retailers, with ads being released on Fridays. Promotions listed here may expire Thursday night.)
Today's daily deal on Steam is a four-player shooter by the name of Revelations 2012. It seems cheap, reduced from $9.99 to a mere $4.99, but I've played it. I played it to review it, and the review is going up tomorrow. Unti...more
Want to save a little bit of money this year on an Xbox Live Gold subscription? Amazon has temporarily marked down their supply of one-year cards to 60% of the MSRP. That's an entire year of online gaming, Netflix access and ...more
It's Sunday, and that means it's time once again to see what is on sale this week.Which is to say, not very much. If you were thinking about grabbing Wheelman, Best Buy has you covered at thirty bucks. Target has a few Wii ex...more