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Gaming on a Budget 3-27-13

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Posted March 27, 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!

This week on Steam, there’s a bunch of titles and DLC on sale but here are some highlights. Antichamber is on sale for only $11.99 down from it’s original price of $19.99, Awesomenauts (which is an Indie Café pick) is only $4.99 from $9.99, Botanicula is $2.99 from $9.99, Braid is $3.99 from $9.99, Hotline Miami is $4.99 from $9.99, Just Cause 2 is only $3.00 from $14.99, and Retro City Rampage is only $4.99 from $14.99. There’s a lot more games on sale, most likely recognizing the Game Developers Conference this week so get your hands on some hot titles for super cheap.

The Xbox Live Marketplace is having a Spring Sale and a bunch of titles are on sale. Probably the most impressive is the first episode of The Walking Dead is completely free. The remaining episodes are only 200 MSP which means that you can own the entire season for only $10. Other deals include L.A. Noire for $14.99 and the L.A. Noire Season Pass of DLC for only $6, the Super Street Fighter IV Arcade Edition upgrade for 600 MSP and the Skyrim DLC packs for $10, except for Hearthfire which is only 200 MSP. The deal ends on April Fools Day so make sure you check out all the sales.

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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