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 exercise games knocked down a notch. GameStop has Assassin's Creed for $15 (used) this week which actually is a pretty fair price. And, if you're a member of Game Crazy's MVP program, you can take advantage of their Buy 2 Get 1 Free sale on used games through the end of today.
More deals follow after the jump. Remember, if you live in the UK, Gemsi has a very special list of bargains just for you over in the community blogs.
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- Killzone 2 [PS3] - $49.99 ($10 savings)
- The Bourne Conspiracy [PS3] - $34.99 ($25 savings)
- The Bourne Conspiracy  - $26.80 ($33 savings)
- Armored Core 4 [PS3] - $25.57 ($24 savings)
- Blacksite: Area 51 [PS3] - $27.92 ($12 savings)
- Halo Wars  - $41.99 ($18 savings)
- Destroy All Humans: Path of the Furon  - $28.58 ($11 savings)
- We Love Golf! [Wii] - $7.96 ($12 savings)
- Ninja Gaiden: Dragon Sword [DS] - $11.45 ($18 savings)
BUY 2 GET 1 FREE ON ALL USED GAMES
- Wheelman [PS3] - $29.99 ($30 savings)
- Prototype [PC] - $39.99 ($10 savings)
- Fight Night Round 4 [PS3] - $49.99 ($20 savings)
- Guitar Hero World Tour [PS2] - $99.99 ($80 savings)
(Must be member of MVP loyalty program, ends 7/26)
- Guitar Hero: Smash Hits [PS3/360] - $49.99 ($10 savings)
- Guitar Hero: Smash Hits [Wii] - $39.99 ($10 savings)
- Guitar Hero: Smash Hits [PS2] - $29.99 ($10 savings)
- Birthday Party Bash [Wii] - $29.99 ($10 savings)
- Rock Band 2 [PS3/360/Wii] - $139.99 ($20 savings)
- Fable II  - $24.99 ($10 savings, USED)
- Resident Evil 5  - $39.99 ($10 savings, USED)
- Assassin's Creed  - $14.99 ($5 savings, USED)
- Gold's Gym Cardio Workout [Wii] - $19.99 ($10 savings)
- Raving Rabbids TV Party [Wii] - $29.99 ($10 savings)
- Virtua Tennis 2009 [Wii] - $29.99 ($10 savings)
- EA Sports Active [Wii] - $49.99 ($10 savings)
Disclosure-bot: Just in case the editor neglected to mention it, we have zero control when deals start and end. Deals can sometimes be gone within minutes (please don't shoot the messenger). Trying deal links even hours after this article's time stamp may lead to self-punching, so maybe bookmark our video game deals if you're on the hunt. Also, it goes without saying, but some shopping links do directly support the author. If you've spotted any inaccuracy please let us know asap.