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Nvidia announces 2013 holiday bundle: free games!


10:30 AM on 10.18.2013
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Nvidia Montreal brings us some good news, including the announcement of some 2013 holiday bundles. Here's what they've announced:

  • Buy a GeForce GTX 660 or GTX 760 and get a free copy of Splinter Cell: Blacklist and Assassin's Creed 4: Black Flag, plus a $50 voucher toward Nvidia Shield
  • Buy a GTX 770 or GTX 780 (I wish!) and get both of the above games as well as Batman: Arkham Origins,  plus a $100 voucher toward Nvidia Shield

Nice. These included freebies make Santa Claus look stupid. They should have some ultimate bundle that includes the Shield. If Santa puts a 780 and a Shield under my tree, I'd stop hating him!

You'll find more details on the deal here.






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