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Gaming on a Budget 3-13-13

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Posted March 13, 2013 by Esteban Cuevas in News
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Is going out to eat for you a luxury? Do you live paycheck to paycheck? Does spending $60 on a game seem silly when you can get two or three games for that amount? Then you’ve come to the right place! Gaming on a Budget highlights various deals around the web where you can go buy or download awesome games for less than the expected price. If your money is in short supply, look no further!

Good Old Games is having an awesome deal. If you pick five different games from a list of 20, the titles will be 80% off. There’s a decent selection too, ranging from indie games, old school computer RPGs, point-and-click adventures and even a few big name titles. Check out the list and see if there’s anything you like. Personally, I got Alan Wake, Alan Wake’s American Nightmare, The Witcher: Enhanced Edition, The Chronicles of Riddick: Assault on Dark Athena and Legend of Grimrock.

There’s a big sale on Square Enix titles over on the Xbox Live Marketplace. Check out the full list for yourself but some of the highlights are Deus Ex: Human Revolution for $15, Tomb Raider Underworld and Anniversary for $10, and Kane & Lynch 2 for $20. Grand Theft Auto IV is also on sale for $10 with The Lost and Damned expansion only 400 MSP and The Ballad of Gay Tony only 800 MSP.

Not to be outdone, there’s a big Ubisoft sale on the PlayStation Network. Check out the PlayStation Store update for the full list of titles on sale but the big titles are both the Prince of Persia Trilogy and Splinter Cell Classic Trilogy HD costing only $28, Rayman Origins and Prince of Persia: The Forgotten Sands for $14, and Brothers in Arms: Hell’s Highway is $21. There’s some Vita and PSP titles on sales as well so check it out while you can.

Another week down the drain and while you may be a little more poor than you used to be, you’re not as poor as you could’ve been. Just your pal Colorwind doing his job, saving you money and getting you great games. Until next time, there’s nothing wrong with being thrifty with your money until the right deal comes around.




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