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September 16

Game Access Canada: Wolfenstein: The New Order For PS4 (Used) Was $70 Now $40

Posted by on September 16, 2014 at 11:00 AM

Game Access Canada: Wolfenstein: The New Order For PS4 (Used) Was $70 Now $40

Wolfenstein is one of the most influential 3D video games out there. The first title in its series, Wolfenstein 3D, garnered universal praise when it first appeared on PCs everywhere in 1992. The Wolfenstein series is still going strong, and thanks to today’s daily deal at Game Access, you can get the latest chapter for the PS4 at a great discount! Normally retailing for $69.99, you can get a used copy of Wolfenstein: The New Order from Game Access for $39.72 (plus $3 shipping). If you’re a fan of 3D shooters, then this game should be right up your alley!

In case you’re new to the Wolfenstein series, you play the role of William “B.J.” Blazkowicz, and your main objective is to battle Nazis. That’s pretty much all you need to know about this series of video games!

If you’re looking for a game that you can easily pick up and play when you’re bored, then Wolfenstein: The New Order should be able to keep you satisfied. It’s fun, it’s easy to control, and it’s something new to play on your Sony PS4 system!

I first tried out Wolfenstein 3D for the Super Nintendo system at my best friend’s house. I was amazed by the 3D first – person perspective of the game, and I found it highly addicting! Of course, Doom came out shortly afterwards (created by the same company, ID Software), and that just captivated gamers everywhere.

Currently, used copies of Wolfenstein: The New Order cost $49.99 at Best Buy and Future Shop. I’ve included a brief review from a satisfied Game Access customer below:

My expectations for this game were not high, but this turned out to be a great, fresh title. It has an interesting story, good graphics, old school gameplay (non-rechargeable health, limited ammo) and is very long. I would recommend as a purchase!

Take advantage of this deal while you can, Bargainmoosers! Happy hunting, and I hope you all have a great day!

(Expiry: 17th September)

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September 11

Game Access: Need For Speed Rivals PS3 Game (Used) Was $40 | Now $20 (Expired)

Posted by on September 11, 2014 at 11:00 AM

Game Access: Need For Speed Rivals PS3 Game (Used) Was $40 | Now $20 (Expired)

Racing game fans, rejoice! It’s your opportunity to enjoy some high impact racing thrills for your Playstation 3 system – Need For Speed Rivals is the latest chapter in this long winded EA Games franchise, and for one day only you can get it for a great price! At Game Access, they’re offering customers the chance to purchase the PS3 version of Need For Speed Rivals (used) for $19.72, plus $3 shipping. It normally costs $39.99 new at retailers like Best Buy, and it’s actually $44.99 used at Future Shop.

If you’re looking for a fun way to re-enact some road rivalries a la the Fast and the Furious movie series, then this game may be a perfect fit for you. You can also enjoy playing Need For Speed Rivals online with other players – putting the pedal to the metal has never been so fun!

The first game I played in the Need For Speed series was the very first one, and it was titled – you guessed it, Need For Speed. It was for my computer, and this was back in 1998. I just remember being blown away by the graphics (I just got a decent Pentium computer this year, and even though this game was three years old at the time, I was used to the more primitive looking racing games for the Super Nintendo and Sega Genesis). It was a fun racing game, but since I didn’t have a racing wheel or a game pad for my computer, I had to use the keyboard to play it – grrr!

Fast forward to the year 2014, and the Need For Speed series is still going strong! In fact, a movie based on the games was just released this year, which starred Aaron Paul. In an era where many mediocre video game movies are being released, it may not sound too impressive, but it still shows just how popular this racing series has become.

I’ve included a snippet of a review of Need For Speed Rivals from video game critic GamingXP below:

Need for Speed: Rivals may not revolutionize the genre but it is an enthralling racing-experience that shows an interesting new way for the combination of single – and multiplayer – gameplay.

This deal will be gone tomorrow, so get it today if you’re a fan of racing games. Happy hunting, Bargainmoosers!

(Expiry: 12th September)

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September 8

Game Access: Thief For PS4 (Used) Was $35 | Now $20 (Expired)

Posted by on September 8, 2014 at 10:30 AM

Game Access: Thief For PS4 (Used) Was $35 | Now $20 (Expired)

Happy Monday, Bargainmoosers! Game Access, a website that I just recently discovered, is having a notable deal today that will pique the curiosity of Sony PS4 owners. You can score a good deal on a used copy of Thief for PS4, which normally goes for $34.72 – but if you order it from Game Access today; it will only cost $19.72 (plus $3 shipping). That’s $15 off of the regular price!

Even though it has been nearly a year since the release of the PS4, there aren’t many must – have titles for the system yet. Besides the obligatory sports games that are also out for the Xbox One, my personal favourite on the Sony PS4 so far is Knack, which I’ve played at kiosks in retail locations (I don’t own a PS4 yet, since I still have plenty of PS3 games to keep me occupied now).

I personally think this issue is common for newer consoles (just like the Xbox One), since they’re still being established. 2015 should be an interesting year for both the PS4 and the Xbox One, since they’ll both have some familiar franchises hitting their systems, such as Kingdom Hearts and Halo.

At this time, it costs $34.99 for a used copy of Thief for the PS4 at Best Buy and Future Shop. While having an interesting premise, this game has mixed reviews from critics and gamers. It has a score of 67 out of 100 on Metacritic, and some reviewers think it’s brilliant, while others think that this game is “more of the same”. I’ve included some brief reviews of Thief from Metacritic below:

One of the best action-stealth titles in years and the first serious contender for the “2014 Game of the Year” contest.

So awesome, reminds me of Dishonored. I love the stealth gameplay in this game thank you Square Enix * Eidos Montreal!!!!

If you’re a fan of the stealth genre, Thief may be a title that’s right up your alley. This deal expires on September 9th, so get it while it’s still available! Happy hunting, Bargainmoosers!

(Expiry: 9th September 2014)

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November 24

TeamBuy Canada: $19 For 3 Months Of Video Game Rentals From GameAccess Canada

Posted by on November 24, 2013 at 7:30 PM

TeamBuy Canada: $19 For 3 Months Of Video Game Rentals From GameAccess Canada

Are you still renting games from Blockbuster? No, you aren’t, because they shut down. Know who didn’t shut down? GameAccess. Access your games for three months for only $19 with TeamBuy!

GameAccess Canada knows how to time a deal. People are buying PS4s and xBox Ones by the bucket load, and they aren’t going to stop until Christmas kicks our doors in and invades our homes like a gang of thugs. What do you need with a new console? Games. What is worse than buying a new game and hating it? Only buying a new game and hating it after dropping $400 to $500 on a new console, that’s what! So, instead of worrying about getting a game you don’t like or worse, getting a game your kids don’t like, pick up this deal from Team Buy. It’s a great gift idea for the console gamers on your list, too!

This isn’t even a Black Friday deal, but it’s still awesome. You get three months of and access to their “Reserve a Game” service. Reserve a game, curiously enough, lets you reserve a game. I’ll elaborate ever so slightly. Basically, if they are out of a really hot game, you can put your name on an upcoming copy. They’ll even tell you how many people there are in front of you. As for the service itself, you can rent a game for as long as you want. They send it to you along with a return envelope. When you’re done, you just send them the game and they send you the next on on your list. The service costs $17.95/month, and the Reserve a Game feature is $2.99. That’s $20.94/month. You get three months worth for only $19 instead of $62.82. Once your three months is up, your subscription will auto-renew, so if you don’t want it after the terms of this deal, cancel it before it runs out.

(Expires: 1st December 2013)

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March 25

GameAccess: Triple Length FREE Trial & Double the FREE Game Rentals!

Posted by on March 25, 2013 at 1:00 AM

GameAccess: Triple Length FREE Trial & Double the FREE Game Rentals!

Coffee drinkers ask for a Double Double at Tim Horton’s. Gamers get a Triple Double at the GameAcess Canada drive thru window!

Click here for a Triple Length Trial and Double the FREE Game rentals!

  • Coupon Code: GAMEMOOSE
  • Discount: FREE 30 Day, Two FREE Game Rentals, FREE Fast Return
  • Expiry:  Unknown

Normally you get a ten day FREE trial and one FREE game rental but with our exclusive coupon code you get thirty days FREE and two FREE game rentals! How about that for a deal?! You need more? How about fast return? The description of this deal in Bargainmoose’s Game Access Coupon Code page describes this deal quite well!

Code extends the trial period to 30 days instead of 10 days, adds a 2nd game and fast return feature. 2nd game means that you can add 10+ games to your rental queue and 2 of them will be shipped to you right away instead of just 1 game. Fast Rental means you don’t have to wait for Game Access to receive your rental returns before sending you the next games in your rental queue. Once you are done playing with one or both of your rentals, put them back in the mail and notify Game Access you have done so for the next games in your rental queue to be mailed to you.

Game Access has game from the newest consoles like the WiiU and the PS Vita all the way back to the PS2 and xBox! If you want to rent games, this is the way to do it!

(Expires: Unknown)

GameAccess: Triple Length FREE Trial & Double the FREE Game Rentals!

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November 12 A Great Place to Buy Used Games (& Rent Games, Too!)

Posted by on November 12, 2012 at 6:00 AM A Great Place to Buy Used Games (& Rent Games, Too!)

GameAccess isn’t just the best place to rent games online in Canada, they are one of the best used game retailers out there.

That link up there is the normal link we’d use if we were going to talk about GameAccess. It is a very good link and gives you access to a very good service. You can use this link to get a platinum account and rent a bunch of games that would be delivered directly to your house! They offer some great free trials too, if you aren’t sure about the whole thing. But I have another link for you today. It’s the link to the elusive gold account!

So why would you want to sign up for a gold account? Well, because doesn’t only offer game rentals, they offer game sales. I don’t know for sure, but I have to imagine that when a game is first released they buy multiple copies of the game so they have enough to ship out to everyone who wants it. As time goes on, however, interest likely tapers off to a point where they don’t need 25 copies or thirteen copies or five copies or even two copies. That is where they sell them to recover some more of the cost.

Again, I don’t know this for sure but I would assume this is what they are doing. You can get access to their used game store for FREE with a gold account! No need to get a platinum account with a monthly subscription. They have a lot of games, and the prices on some of them are surprisingly good. You can take a look before you sign up but the account is free so why not!?

They have all the consoles from this and last generations as well as some handhelds. I don’t know about the condition of the games but I have to assume that they are resurfacing them. They have a pretty good selection and some really good pries.

(Expires: Never?)

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September 7

Game Access: Free Trial on Ship-to-Your-Door Game Rentals!

Posted by on September 7, 2012 at 1:00 PM

Game Access: Free Trial on Ship to Your Door Game Rentals!

Listen, I’m a gamer. I know how it is. If you want to go out and rent a game you need to put on pants, clean the cheetos out of your neck beard, brave the harsh light of the scare ball (or the sun as the day-walkers call it) and then pay good money to rent it. GameAccess and Bargainmoose want to save you that hassle.

If you’re like me, you’ve been filled with jealous rage for years over Americans having GameFly and us having nothing! Well, if you’re like me, you also haven’t been looking very hard. is the same idea as GameFly but for Canada and they have been around for six years! What they do, if you were unaware, is rent out video games that they mail to you. I kind of joked in my intro there but it’s kind of true. Honestly, since Blockbuster closed, I don’t know where I would rent a game in a bricks and mortar store locally. Maybe a gas station somewhere might have a handful of games.

The deal here is a 10 day free trial rental of one game. If you’re officially bought into the idea you can sign up for a monthly accout and save some on your first month. An account that allows you to have one game out at a time is $9.95 for the first month while an account that lets you have two out oat a time is $14.95 a month. That is a savings of $8 and $10, respectively.

As far as selection goes they have over 10,000 to choose from across the current and last generations of consoles and handhelds. With a free trial you have nothing to loose so go ahead and pick out a game. When you do, leave a comment below and let us know what game you’re renting for free!

(Expires: Unknown, not a limited time offer)

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July 11

Game Access Canada: Rent Games, Save Money + 3 Coupon Codes

Posted by on July 11, 2011 at 6:00 PM

Game Access Canada: Rent Games, Save Money + 3 Coupon Codes

If you go out and buy games for around $50 – $80 a pop, only to be disappointed… check out Game Access. This is a Canada only website that offers a monthly membership to rent out the games you want. They carry over 3000 titles and shipping is included in your membership.

I have a few coupons for them:

  • Discount: Extra 5 days free trial (15 days in total)
  • Coupon Code: RMN15DAY
  • Discount: 2 months free Reserve a Game upgrade (worth $5.98)
  • Coupon Code: RMN2MRESERVE
  • Discount:2 games out package for the price of one for the 1st month (worth $5)
  • Coupon Code:RMN2FOR1
  • Expiry: ?

Some of the cool features: There are different account levels, where you can have 1, 2, 3 or 4 games out at a time. These packages start at $9.95 for the first month, but for a base account you are looking at $17.95 a month (includes all shipping fees and returns). You can also get a 10 day free trial (or 15 with our coupon).

Some cool extras: for a little extra you can get a ‘fast return’ feature where they don’t wait for your game to arrive back, but they send you out a new one upon notification you mailed the other. You can also get a VIP reservation option (with coupon get this free for 2 months).

If you find you love a game you can also buy it from them, and get special discounts:

  • Member for 3-6 months: Free standard shipping on games.
  • Member for 6-12 months: Free standard shipping on games and 10% off used games.
  • Member for 12 months: Free standard shipping on games and 20% off used games.

There is no commitment, you can cancel anytime and there are no late fees. Take your gaming to a whole new level!

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June 26

Gameaccess Coupon Code: 15 Day Free Trial

Posted by on June 26, 2010 at 6:00 PM

Gameaccess Coupon Code: 15 Day Free Trial

Here’s a coupon code for Gameaccess Canada, the online video games rental company.

Click here to use the Gameaccess coupon code online

  • Coupon Code: safarir
  • Discount: 15 day free trial
  • Expires: Unknown

Normally you only get a free trial for 10 days, so this coupon code will extend that free trial to 15 days. It’s not much of a difference, but still a few extra days of video game fun!

You do need to enter your credit card details when you are signing up to the free trial. If you continue to use the Game Access service after the 15 day period, they will start to charge you their regular rental prices.

I think it’s a good idea to see what their service is like, and maybe try out a few games for free while you are at it.

Have you tried How did you find their service?

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October 26

Game Access Canada: Coupon For 15 Day Free Trial & More!

Posted by on October 26, 2009 at 8:00 PM

Game Access Canada: Coupon For 15 Day Free Trial & More!

I emailed Game Access Canada to see if they could come up with any special deals for the Bargainmoosers. They have replied, with a few exclusive coupon codes for various promotions on their games rental site!

Click here to go to Game Access Canada

  • Coupon Code: BM15
  • Discount: 15 day free trial
  • Coupon Code: BM2FOR1
  • Discount: 2 game out package for the price of 1
  • Expiry: Unlimited

You can only use one coupon code or the other, you wouldn’t be able to use both at the same time. Work out which coupon is the better offer for you, and apply it when you are signing up for your online games rental package.

Normally you only get a 10 day free trial, but the first coupon code above gives you 5 extra days! This would be a great idea to try out some games that you were thinking of buying. You can rent them for a few days, see if you like them, and perhaps buy them when you are ready!

Game Access Canada: Coupon For 15 Day Free Trial & More!

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July 5 Free 10 Day Game Rentals Trial!

Posted by on July 5, 2009 at 6:00 PM Free 10 Day Game Rentals Trial!

As well as being able to rent DVDs from the likes of, did you know that there are online companies that specialize in video game rentals? Once such website is Game Access Canada. If you’d like to give it a try, you might be interested to hear that they do a free 10 day trial!!

You can sign up now, but just make sure you have a read of the games rental terms and conditions. Even though this is a free trial, you still have to enter your credit card details in case you decide to continue on with the video games rentals after the 10 day period.

If you return your games within the 10 days though, you won’t be charged a cent. If you are continuing your subscription, game rental packages start at $9.98 per month. There is free shipping too, so you don’t need to worry about costs to receive or return the viedo games.

I think games rental is a really good idea. It gives you the chance to try out some games, and if you really like them, just go out and buy them for keeps. Alternatively, if you try a video game and realise that you hate it, then you know that it’s one you never want to purchase.

Just one major drawback I’ve noticed on the site – they rent out a load of video games for the major consoles – but not for the PC! I’m really a PC Gamer at heart, so the service wouldn’t be of much use to me. I wonder if they will add PC games in the future.

I haven’t tried yet – if you give it a try, I’d be really interested to hear your opinions.

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