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October 25

Game Access Canada: Far Cry 3 (Used) For The Xbox 360 | Was $20 Now $8

Posted by on October 25, 2014 at 1:00 PM

Game Access Canada: Far Cry 3 (Used) For The Xbox 360 | Was $20 Now $8

Good afternoon, Bargainmoosers! Game Access currently has a good deal on used copies of Far Cry 3 for the Xbox 360 video game system. Originally $19.99, you can now purchase this game for $7.72 (plus $3 shipping). That’s a pretty sweet deal! This game was also quite popular when it was originally released, so if you’ve never played it before, this may be a good chance to try it out.

Far Cry 3 is a quality first person shooter for the Xbox 360. It gets rave reviews from both critics and gamers alike, and it currently has a score of 91 on Metacritic – that’s no easy feat! It’s a title that continually gets praised to this day.

So I’d like to take this opportunity to share a story that’s related to this game. Early last year, I decided to randomly pick up some Taco Bell at a shopping mall – it had been a long while since I’d bitten into some delicious salty tacos, and I had a particular craving for Fries Supreme. So Taco Bell was running a promotion where you can get the chance to win a PS3 and some other assorted prizes, and when I removed the coupon from the side of my soft drink, I found out that I won Far Cry 3 for the Playstation 3!

This was a very recent release at the time, and I was surprised that I actually won a decent prize from one of those contests! Unfortunately, reality set in – I didn’t have a PS3 system at the time! I just had an Xbox 360. After I eventually received this game in the mail, I ended up selling it on Kijiji for $20 off the retail price at the time – at least someone else was able to enjoy it, and I was able to afford more tacos and Fries Supreme from Taco Bell!

If you were to buy Far Cry 3 for the Xbox 360 at Best Buy, it would cost you $19.99 (plus shipping), and it’s currently $17.88 at Amazon (plus shipping). Listed below is a brief review of Far Cry 3 for the Xbox 360 from a satisfied Game Access customer:

The organic nature of the open world of Far Cry 3 is what won me over. The island simply feels alive, from the animals, weather, people and activities to accomplish, it’s a terrific experience. The story is also a great time, but the world is really the draw here.

This deal will expire before midnight, so if you’re looking for an affordable game to try out for the Xbox 360 system, then you should consider getting Far Cry 3. Happy gaming, Bargainmoosers!

(Expiry: 25th October 2014)

 

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October 21

Game Access Canada: The Walking Dead: Survival Instinct For The Xbox 360 (Used) | Was $50 Now $8 (EXPIRED)

Posted by on October 21, 2014 at 9:30 AM

Game Access Canada: The Walking Dead: Survival Instinct For The Xbox 360 (Used) | Was $50 Now $8 (EXPIRED)

Good morning! Today’s deal at Game Access Canada is an enticing one for Walking Dead fans and Xbox 360 owners – you can now get a used copy of The Walking Dead: Survival Instinct for the Xbox 360 for just $7.72 (plus $3 shipping). You can’t go wrong for that price, especially when the game normally retails for $49.99!

If you’ve ever wanted to dive into a virtual Walking Dead world, then this is your chance. The publisher behind The Walking Dead: Survival Instinct is Activision, who is behind the original Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater games for the PS1 and N64 (remember how awesome they were before they released like 20 versions of the game, people). Activision has actually been around since the Atari 2600 was released, and is also known for their runaway hit, Pitfall!

This would be a great gift for Walking Dead fans. Even if the game may not be the best in the world, it’s always fun for fans to enjoy a video game based on movies or TV shows that they enjoy (unless it’s Beetlejuice for the original Nintendo… that game was just brutally hard). With a plot involving zombies, what could be more fun?

If you were to purchase The Walking Dead: Survival Instinct for the Xbox 360 at Amazon, it would cost you $28.19. I’ve included a snippet of a review of this Walking Dead game that was posted on Metacritic below:

The first person combat is fun, the storytelling is decent at best and the game has a somewhat unique art style to it. Visually it isn’t really all that impressive but it captures the atmosphere of a post-apocalyptic, zombie ridden world quite well and, well it has that ”Walking Dead” feel overall. All in all it’s a great package.

If you love The Walking Dead, then you should consider checking out this game. Happy gaming, Bargainmoosers!

(Expiry: 22nd October 2014)

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October 19

Game Access Canada: Thief For The Xbox One (Used) | Was $50 Now $20 (EXPIRED)

Posted by on October 19, 2014 at 4:00 PM

Game Access Canada: Thief For The Xbox One (Used) | Was $50 Now $20 (EXPIRED)

Hey there, Bargainmoosers! Xbox One owners may find today’s deal particularly enticing – you can order a used copy of Thief for the Xbox One from Game Access for just $19.72 (plus $3 shipping). The regular price of this game is $49.99, and it’s currently on sale at Best Buy and Future Shop for $39.99.

Thief for the Xbox One is a game created by Eidos and Square Enix. It has some mixed reviews online, but I usually tend to take movie and video game based reviews with a grain of salt. After all, the experience that you have with a movie or a video game will typically be different from others. That’s why it’s great that we’re all different – if we all thought the same way about certain things, then planet Earth would be one boring place!

Personally, I know of plenty movies and games that I love that my friends don’t particularly like. For example, the game The Adventures Of Bayou Billy is one of my favourite classic Nintendo games, but most reviewers don’t think very highly of this game. Maybe it’s due to nostalgia, but I still think the game had some awesome graphics and music for its time. Thief for the Xbox One may have some detractors, but there are still people out there who enjoy the game.

I’ve included a brief review of Thief for the Xbox One from a satisfied Best Buy customer:

It is a great game, but it’s not for everyone, more of a niché thing. If you are buying this game, you know what you want and you will not be disappointed.

If you want to check out this game for the Xbox One, all you have to do is take advantage of this deal from Game Access! Happy hunting, Bargainmoosers!

(Expiry: 20th October 2014)

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October 15

Game Access Canada: Titanfall For The Xbox One (Used) | Was $50 Now $20

Posted by on October 15, 2014 at 9:30 AM

Game Access Canada: Titanfall For The Xbox One (Used) | Was $50 Now $20

Good morning, my fellow deal hunters! Today’s deal at Game Access will certainly get some love from Xbox One owners – it’s for a used copy of Titanfall! Normally retailing for $49.99, you can now get this game for just $19.72 (plus $3 shipping). This game was released with plenty of hype earlier this year, and gets rave reviews from both critics and gamers. It even has a total score of 86 on Metacritic, which is no easy task!

This innovative shooter for the Xbox One system is a popular one. Originally released in March, it came about with a great amount of hype – and it lived up to it all! I’ve even seen some people wearing Titanfall t-shirts in public – the only other video game related apparel I usually see people wear are Nintendo brands (Mario and Zelda, mostly), so this just shows how beloved Titanfall is.

I’ve yet to try out this game, but I hope to do so sometime soon! Reviewers are saying some great things about Titanfall for the Xbox One, and I hope to try it out in the near future.

This game currently costs $49.99 at Best Buy and Future Shop. I’ve included a snippet of a review for the Xbox One version of Titanfall from X One Magazine below:

Titanfall is a ridiculous amount of fun. Maybe it’ll be surpassed, but right now it’s the best game on Xbox One and one of the best multiplayer shooters ever.

Vandal Online also had some great things to say about this highly praised Xbox One game:

We feel like this is next-gen gameplay. Titanfall proves that there’s still room for innovation in shooting games, and we’ve had a blast playing it. It could have had next-gen visuals, though, and then it would have been the bomb.

Due to the popularity of this game, it may not be in stock for very long, so take advantage of this deal while it’s still available! I hope you all enjoy your day today, my fellow Bargainmoosers!

(Expiry: 16th October 2014)

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October 13

Game Access Canada: Call Of Duty Modern Warfare 3 For The Xbox 360 (Used) | Was $30 Now $8 (EXPIRED)

Posted by on October 13, 2014 at 9:30 AM

Game Access Canada: Call Of Duty Modern Warfare 3 For The Xbox 360 (Used) | Was $30 Now $8 (EXPIRED)

Looking for another Call Of Duty game to sink your teeth into? Today’s deal of the day at Game Access is for a used copy of Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 for the Xbox 360, which you can purchase for $7.72 (plus $3 shipping). The regular price of Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 for the Xbox 360 is $29.99, so this is a pretty sweet deal! Just click on the link below to learn more about this deal.

Online multiplayer is one of the most popular features in Call Of Duty games. These games are incredibly popular nowadays, and they had their roots on the PC and eventually ended up on consoles like the Playstation 2, Xbox, and Gamecube systems more than a decade ago. It’s crazy to think that there are currently 13 instalments in this familiar series of video games.

Finding an affordable Xbox 360 game isn’t too hard to do nowadays, especially when many retail locations are having some great sales on them on a regular basis. After all, the newer generation consoles like the PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Wii U are getting most of the glory nowadays, but gamers still love their PS3 and Xbox 360 systems – especially since the PS4 and Xbox One currently aren’t backwards compatible and won’t play these older games (the Wii U plays original Wii games, thankfully).

This is a pretty great deal! You just can’t go wrong for $7.72 (plus $3 shipping). If you were to purchase Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 for the Xbox 360 at Best Buy or Future Shop, it would cost you $29.99. I’ve included a snippet of a review of this game from a satisfied Best Buy customer below:

I could never put this game down. The campaign was amazing and the special ops gave you something to do once the campaign finished. Special ops has waves of troops in each map with different difficulties and extra side missions. Multiplayer offers you even more as you rank up, giving you prestige modes. 

I hope you all enjoy your Thanksgiving Monday, my fellow Bargainmoosers!

(Expiry: Unknown)

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October 12

Game Access Canada: Call Of Duty: Ghosts For The Sony PS4 (Used) | Was $60 Now $20 (EXPIRED)

Posted by on October 12, 2014 at 11:00 AM

Game Access Canada: Call Of Duty: Ghosts For The Sony PS4 (Used) | Was $60 Now $20 (EXPIRED)

PS4 owners should check out Game Access’ deal of the day today – it’s for a used copy of Call Of Duty: Ghosts. Normally $59.99, you can now get this PS4 game for just $19.72 (plus $3 shipping). If you just got a Sony PS4 system and want to pick up an affordable game that’s fun to play and has an addicting online multiplayer mode, then you should definitely check out this deal!

The PS4 version of Call Of Duty: Ghosts has some incredible graphics, and is exactly what you’d expect from the Call Of Duty series: Easy-to-control gameplay, an intense online multiplayer mode, and an abundance of fun.

When I see games like Call Of Duty, it harkens me back to the days when I played the early first-person-shooter games like Wolfenstein 3D, Doom, Quake, and Duke Nukem 3D. Oh Duke Nukem – the 12-year-old me loved your profane yet hilarious one-liners and references to They Live (starring Roddy Piper – yeah, that Roddy Piper).

The first-person-shooter genre was so revolutionary for its time. I remember getting a Sega 32X (an attachment for the Sega Genesis that allowed you to play a small selection of powerful-for-its-time 32-bit games) just so I can play Doom on a home console. Nowadays, these FPS games are much more advanced, and have plenty of extra features (and they look A LOT better), but they still retain that simplistic yet fun gameplay where you “kill or be killed”.

Call Of Duty: Ghosts for the PS4 currently costs $49.99 at Best Buy and Future Shop. I’ve included a brief review of this game from a satisfied Best Buy customer below:

I love this game! Fantastic graphics, smooth controls, a pretty good storyline, and lots of play variety: stealth, action, in the jungle, in the city, in buildings, rappelling down a building, on water, in water, underwater, on ice, in space, in a tank, in a helicopter, lots of weapons and lots more! Highly recommended.

This deal expires tomorrow, so check it out now! Happy gaming, Bargainmoosers!

(Expiry: 13th October 2014)

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October 9

Game Access Canada: inFamous Second Son For The Sony PS4 (Used) | Was $70 Now $20 (EXPIRED)

Posted by on October 9, 2014 at 11:00 AM

Game Access Canada: inFamous Second Son For The Sony PS4 (Used) | Was $70 Now $20 (EXPIRED)

Good morning, my fellow gamers! Today’s daily deal at Game Access is for a used copy of inFamous Second Son for the Sony PS4 system – usually retailing for $69.99, you can now get this game for just $19.72 (plus $3 shipping).

A PS4 exclusive, inFamous Second Son has an interesting plot where humans hunt down any superhumans that they can find. With an open world to explore, it’s easy to see why this game is very popular with PS4 owners!

I have yet to try out this game for the PS4 (I don’t own a PS4 video game system yet – the newest system I have is the Wii U). It does look like it would be a lot of fun to play. Plus, the graphics are so incredibly detailed – this is one of the perks of playing a game on a next-generation console.

When it comes to games on the next-gen systems, I’m sure that the best is yet to come! After all, PS4 and Xbox One systems are barely a year old right now, so there are still plenty other gems that will be released within the next year.

If you were to purchase this game at WalMart or Amazon, it would cost you $39.96. I’ve listed a snippet of a review of inFamous Second Son for the PS4 from a satisfied Game Access customer below:

Amazing game to play, like The Last Of Us and Red Dead Redemption it is not a game you want to miss. It has amazing visuals, very fluent gameplay, the controls felt polished, your movements are fine tuned, and the story line itself was very good (typical good vs evil). The only real downside to this game is the fact that it is very short.

If you’re looking for a new adventure to play on your PS4 system, then you should consider picking up this game. Happy gaming, Bargainmoosers!

(Expiry: 10th October 2014)

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October 7

Game Access Canada: Need For Speed Rivals For The Sony PS4 (Used) | Was $50 Now $20 (EXPIRED)

Posted by on October 7, 2014 at 10:00 AM

Game Access Canada: Need For Speed Rivals For The Sony PS4 (Used) | Was $50 Now $20 (EXPIRED)

Game Access is providing gamers with another great deal! Today’s daily deal is for a used copy of Need For Speed Rivals for the Sony Playstation 4 system, which you can now get for $19.72 (plus $3 shipping). The regular price of this popular racing game is $49.99, so you’re saving $30.27 with this deal!

If you’re looking for high speed chases and racing thrills, then this is the right game for you. The Need For Speed series has been loved by video game fans since it first appeared on PCs back in 1995. Technically, it was on an obscure video game system known as the Panasonic 3DO at first in 1994 (Electronic Arts, the company behind this popular series, were one of the biggest supporters of this failed system). I actually had a 3D0 system back when I was 12 (it was only $50 at Microplay… plus, I wasn’t allowed to get a Playstation or N64 at the time).

I previously wrote about the PS3 version of this game, but this PS4 version of Need For Speed Rivals provides players with a truly breathtaking experience, thanks to the next-gen visuals in the game. The graphics are simply gorgeous! Even though the PS4 has barely scratched the surface in terms of its graphics capabilities, Need For Speed Rivals really shines on this console.

If you wanted to purchase Need For Speed Rivals for the PS4 at Best Buy, it would cost you $49.99, while a used copy at Future Shop is $39.99. I’ve included a snippet of a review of this game from a satisfied Game Access customer below:

This game is beautiful. The opening cinematics, the beads of water on your car, the environment, it’s a pleasure to look at and does a good job of showing off some of the PS4′s power, considering it’s a release game.

This deal will expire tomorrow. Happy gaming, Bargainmoosers!

(Expiry: 8th October 2014)

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October 6

Game Access Canada: The Amazing Spider-Man 2 For The PS4 (Used) | Was $60 Now $20 (EXPIRED)

Posted by on October 6, 2014 at 9:00 AM

Game Access Canada: The Amazing Spider Man 2 For The PS4 (Used) | Was $60 Now $20 (EXPIRED)

My Spidey Senses are tingling! That’s right, Peter Parker – Game Access is having a sweet deal on The Amazing Spider-Man 2 for the Sony PS4! You can score a used copy of this game featuring Marvel’s famous web-slinging hero for only $19.72 (plus $3 shipping). The regular price of The Amazing Spider-Man 2 for the PS4 is $59.99, so this is a great bargain! This deal is only valid today, so take advantage of it while it’s still available!

Based on the recently released movie, The Amazing Spider-Man 2 for the Sony PS4 video game system allows you to sling web and swing around town as Peter Parker’s alter-ego, Spider-Man!

The first Spider-Man video game I ever played was for the Nintendo Game Boy (no, not the Game Boy Color – the original, fat, brick-like system). It was mediocre at best, but there weren’t many other video games at the time that allowed you to play as Marvel’s ultimate web-slinger. I know there was a Spider-Man game for the Atari 2600 system, but I just didn’t have one at the time (and I’m sure it was much worse than the Game Boy game).

Eventually, I played Maximum Carnage for the Super Nintendo, a beat-em-up game that allowed you to play as Spider-Man or Venom that was similar to games like Final Fight, Streets Of Rage, and Double Dragon. It was a ton of fun, and I still occasionally play it to this day!

If you were to purchase this game at Best Buy or Future Shop, it would cost you $64.99. I’ve included a brief review of this game from a Game Access customer below:

This game is extremely fun, although there is pretty constant issues with the camera, this really only affects the battles, some of the time. The web swinging ability is what makes this game so fun for me, you really feel like Spider-man as you are leaping between buildings. 

This deal expires on October the 7th. Happy gaming, Bargainmoosers!

(Expiry: 7th October 2014)

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September 29

Game Access Canada: Titanfall For The Xbox One (Used) | Was $50 Now $25 (EXPIRED)

Posted by on September 29, 2014 at 9:30 AM

Game Access Canada: Titanfall For The Xbox One (Used) | Was $50 Now $25 (EXPIRED)

When Titanfall first came out earlier this year, it was a highly anticipated and vastly promoted video game for the Xbox One. It’s also gotten many favourable reviews from video game critics, and it has a score of 86 out of 100 on Metacritic. Thanks to Game Access, you can now purchase a used copy of Titanfall for the Xbox One for just $24.72 (plus $3 shipping). The regular price of this game is $49.99, and that’s the price you’d pay for it if you bought it at Future Shop.

Like many popular games that are out there, Titanfall for the Xbox One is a first-person shooter that also has an incredibly fun online multiplayer mode. This game was also made by one of the co-creators of the Call Of Duty franchise, along with some of the developers behind that popular series of games.

I still remember the very first game that I played online when I was in elementary school – Quake. It was on my old Pentium 1 PC (yes, it was running Windows 95), and it was just so addicting! The gameplay was simplistic enough for first-time gamers to pick up and play, yet it also required some decent strategies during these online skirmishes. Nowadays, you can play Titanfall, which is much more sophisticated in comparison, and has some fantastic graphics as well!

Many gamers say that this game is a lot of fun and needs to be experienced at least once. I’ve included some brief reviews of Titanfall for the Xbox One from some satisfied Future Shop customers below:

This game really shows what the next generation can do. Great graphics and gameplay but what really makes this game stand out is how freaking fun it is.

Excellent game, fast paced first person shooter, incredibly fun. A must play game.

This Deal Of The Day at Game Access will expire on September 30th, so today’s the day to take advantage of this deal. Happy gaming, Bargainmoosers!

(Expiry: 30th September 2014)

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September 28

Game Access Canada: LEGO Marvel Super Heroes (Used) For PS4 | Was $40 Now $20 (EXPIRED)

Posted by on September 28, 2014 at 12:30 PM

Game Access Canada: LEGO Marvel Super Heroes (Used) For PS4 | Was $40 Now $20 (EXPIRED)

Good afternoon, my fellow deal hunters! Today at Game Access, they have a great game that’s had many favourable reviews on sale – that game is LEGO Marvel Super Heroes for the Sony PS4 system, and you can get a used copy of it for just $19.72 (plus $3 shipping)! It normally retails for $39.99, so this is a nice deal for both LEGO and Marvel fans.

The PS4 version of LEGO Marvel Super Heroes is well regarded by both gamers and reviewers alike. On Metacritic, it has an overall score of 83 out of 100, which shows that this is a game that’s fun, well made, and worth the money.

I’ve played the Nintendo 3DS version of this game, and while it doesn’t have the stunning, crisp visuals that the PS4 version has, it’s more fun than you’d think! I mean, you get to play as The Avengers, and smash your enemies up into itty bitty LEGO bits! It’s an experience that needs to be seen to be believed. You can’t go wrong with a game that allows you to play as The Hulk!

At Future Shop and Best Buy, LEGO Marvel Super Heroes usually retails for $39.99. I’ve included a review from a satisfied Future Shop customer below:

There are not too many games worth the price tag, but this is one that is. Lots of action, humour and collectibles. I platinumed mine in just under 60hours of game play. Well worth it and highly recommended.

If you’re looking for an enjoyable gaming experience on your PS4, then you should consider purchasing LEGO Marvel Super Heroes today. Happy gaming, Bargainmoosers!

(Expiry: 29th September 2014)

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September 16

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

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

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

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 GameAccess.ca 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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