Video games

July 28

(PS4) Killzone: Shadow Fall Just $20 @ Amazon.ca (Hot!)

Posted by on July 28, 2014 at 7:45 PM

(PS4) Killzone: Shadow Fall Just $20 @ Amazon.ca (Hot!)

Hurry on over to Amazon because while supplies last (or whenever they decide to end the promotion), you can get Killzone: Shadowfall for just $19.94, which is 67% off the original price!

Considering that this is a PlayStation 4 game and one that was released relatively recently (November 15th 2014), this is an incredible deal. Price comparing this deal, the cheapest I have found it anywhere else is at Best Buy and Future Shop, where it’s on sale for $29.99.

Killzone: Shadow Fall is very similar to Call of Duty in that it is a first-person shooter game but it differs in the story line as it focuses on the missions of Lucas Kellan, a “Shadow Marshall” who finds himself in the middle of war. The game can also be played either as single-player or multi-player with others online.

Reviews for this game are also generally favourable, with GameSpot rating it 7 out of 10. In fact, here’s what GameSpot’s Kevin VanOrd had to say about it:

As much as I enjoyed my online time with Killzone: Shadow Fall–and as much as I will enjoy lots more time with it, unlocking perks that allow me to personalize my weapons–I missed Killzone 3′s jump pack, which brought a nifty nimbleness to the battlegrounds.

The only hitch is that you will need to shop for over $25 in order to have your order qualify for free shipping but that shouldn’t be too hard as you will need just $5 worth of merchandise. Amazon’s deals store is a great place to find good discounts. You could, for instance, get a number of DVDs for $6.99 or less, such as Rise of the Planet of the Apes for $6.99 (reg. $16.98), Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows part 1 for $6.88 (reg. $24.95), Rio for $4.88 (reg. $21.98) and the list goes on and on.

If you have yet to upgrade to a PlayStation 4, then now may be a good time to do so, especially since Walmart’s PlayStation 4 deal that I wrote about a couple of days ago is still on. For a limited time, when you get the PlayStation 4 console at Walmart, you will also receive a $50 gift card for free. I just upgraded to the fourth generation console last week and I must admit that it was totally worth it. Yes it’s expensive, but the graphics are crisp and the level of details makes even paying as high as $70 for a game (usual price) totally worth it.

(Image Credit: Ian Miles Cheong)

(Expiry: Very Soon)

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July 27

Borderlands 2 & Borderlands: GOTY Bundle Pack (PC Game) Only $9.99 @ Newegg.ca

Posted by on July 27, 2014 at 12:00 PM

Borderlands 2 & Borderlands: GOTY Bundle Pack (PC Game) Only $9.99 @ Newegg.ca

I blogged a hot video game deal earlier, Fallout New Vegas from uPlay. And I’ve stumbled on another hot video game deal for the PC. This time, it’s the Borderlands 2 and Borderlands: Game of the Year Bundle Pack. The regular price of this video game bundle is $49.98 but you can save $39.99 at Newegg.ca now – the digital video game bundle is priced at only $9.99!

As I said above, this is a digital bundle. You won’t be getting anything shipped to your home, you will just get the game codes to download and install these games on your PC. As far as I can see, you’ll need to download Steam to enable you to play this.

Just for your information, this video game bundle at Newegg.ca doesn’t give you all the potential Borderlands DLC and content. There’s some additional DLC for Borderlands 2 which isn’t included… you might want to consider adding that at a later stage.

I’m a HUGE fan of the Borderlands PC game franchise! When the first game was released about five years ago, I was an avid fan and played it every evening and weekend for months and months. I enjoyed it immensely because I played it co-op with my partner and we used to have great fun completing all the missions together. The only real problem I had at the time was that I was pregnant… so an extended session of Borderlands usually resulted in me throwing up. But it was worth it!

Then funnily enough, when Borderlands 2 was released, I was pregnant with my second baby. There was still a bit of throwing up but not nearly as much as the first time round. I didn’t get quite as addicted to Borderlands 2 as much as I had been to the first edition. I don’t think the gameplay was quite as good fun…. But it was still a pretty entertaining game.

Price Comparison!

While it is a little hard to price compare this PC video game set because it’s a bundle, we’ll see what we can do to show you how good the price from Newegg actually is. On Steam itself, here is the price to buy the individual components:

  • Borderlands GOTY – $29.99
  • Borderlands 2 – $19.99

Therefore, the total to buy this set through Steam right now would be $49.98 – and you’re getting it for a measly $9.99 through Newegg. More price comparisons:

  • EBgames – $19.99 plus $29.99 = $49.98
  • Amazon.ca – $11.99 plus $14.43 = $26.42

Definitely the best price from Newegg!

(Expiry unknown)

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July 27

Fallout: New Vegas Ultimate Edition Only $5 @ uPlay! (PC Game)

Posted by on July 27, 2014 at 7:30 AM

Fallout: New Vegas Ultimate Edition Only $5 @ uPlay! (PC Game)

If you’re a PC gamer and you are looking for a new game upon which to spend a little of your time, check out this deal for the Fallout New Vegas Ultimate Edition from uPlay.com. You can pick up the game for only $5 right now!

Just to show you what you are getting in the Fallout New Vegas Ultimate edition set:

Includes all the Fallout: New Vegas content including the full suite of highly acclaimed add-on content: Dead Money, Honest Hearts, Old World Blues and Lonesome Road.

My partner is a fan of the Fallout games, but he’s yet to play New Vegas. It appears there are many PC games on the shelf and not enough hours in the day to play them… especially with two kids in the house! I’ve played a little of Fallout 3, but never got round to completing the game. I personally really love the styling of the Fallout games… the retro images, the dry humour. Have you played this game? What do you think of it?

The reviews on Metacritic give Fallout New Vegas a metascore of  84 based on 39 critics. That’s a high score for Metacritic. User ratings are an average of 8.3/10… also really favourable.

Steam Required

For those of you who are gamers, you know what I mean when I say that uPlay give you a Steam CD Key for Fallout New Vegas when you purchase this. If you don’t know what that means, you’ll just have to download the Steam gaming client to your computer, then you will be able to play Fallout New Vegas from there.

Price Compare

EB Games are currently selling this game for $19.99, same price at BestBuy.ca. Amazon.ca are selling the PC game for only $9.99… but that still is twice the price of the digital game download from uPlay.com. Great price there!

(Expiry unknown)

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July 25

Walmart Canada: $449 Playstation 4 + $50 Gift Card

Posted by on July 25, 2014 at 8:30 PM

Walmart Canada: $449 Playstation 4 + $50 Gift Card

Get your game on with the new PlayStation 4! Buy it at Walmart now for $449.99 and you will also receive a $50 gift card for free.

I finally got with the times and bought the PlayStation 4 the other day. The verdict is: yes, it is as awesome as it seems! The graphics are definitely much better on this console as opposed to the third one, but it’s not just that the image is nicer, it’s the level of detail that is incredibly remarkable. From the rain drops, to puddles on the ground, waves in the ocean, all the way to cans rolling around on a windy day… everything is rendered incredibly more realisticly.

Although now there is an Infamous bundle available for just $453.49 at Best Buy, when I got my console, it was at its regular price of $453.49. Luckily, I was able to price match it to The Source‘s price of $429.99. The bundle is definitely a great deal as well, but if you don’t see yourself playing inFamous Second Son, then Walmart’s deal is better, especially since it’s as though you will be getting the PS4 for $399. The way I see it, if you’re a regular Walmart shopper, then you’re bound to spend that gift card on other stuff anyway. If you would prefer to use the gift card to get a game, then you could wait for it to arrive in the mail with your console and then head over to your local Walmart to use it.

I got Watch Dogs with my console and it’s definitely a game I would recommend, especially for those of you who love Grand Theft Auto. It’s very similar to the highly addicting GTA game in that you drive around town and complete missions, but it differs in the story line as you play Aiden Pierce, who seeks to avenge the death of his niece.

To take full advantage of the gift card, you could also get Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn for $44.46. Check out all of the games available for PS4 at Walmart here.

Be sure to also grab a PlayStation Plus membership as you can get free games with it on a monthly basis. You can either get a three month membership for $17.83 or a 12-month one for $49.83.

Even better is that shipping is absolutely free as well!

(Image Credit: BagoGames)

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July 19

Rocksmith 2014 Edition (PC Game) only $14.99 @ Humble Bundle

Posted by on July 19, 2014 at 2:00 PM

Rocksmith 2014 Edition (PC Game) only $14.99 @ Humble Bundle

Over on the Humblebundle online video gaming store, right now you can pick up the PC download of Rocksmith, the 2014 Edition. This is a very popular music game and the RRP on the UBI store is $60. Get it for only $14.99 at Humble Bundle!

Rather than those video games where you use the “toy” guitar controller with the coloured buttons, Rocksmith actually uses an actual guitar in its interface, enabling you to learn to play for real.

As far as I am aware, you will also need a Rocksmith Real Tone Cable in order to hook a regular electric guitar up to your system to play this game. If you want to pick up one of these cables, you could hunt for a cheapie on eBay, or there is the likes of this one on Amazon for around $30. It’s necessary to play the game.

I’m not seeing the 2014 edition of Rocksmith at many other online stores to price compare this, but you’re looking at $34+ for a brand new copy from eBay. I think the price on Humble Bundle is great.

According to Canadianonlinegamers.com, they tell us that there are over 50 songs available to play on Rocksmith 2014.  From that list of artists, some of my favourite bands of all time would be:

  • Muse
  • Foo Fighters
  • Queen
  • Radiohead

You can actually purchase DLC on top of the original song listings too, with the likes of “The Hives – Hate To Say I Told You So” coming in at an extra $2.99 each; there are over 200 more songs to download.

Since I purchased the first Humble Bundle many years ago (May 2010?), the Humble Bundle site really has come on leaps and bounds. It’s not just the little “pay what you want” game packs any more, they’re offering great prices on major gaming franchises, such as Rocksmith and more.

(Expires 21st July 2014)

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July 18

The Source Canada: Games for Under $10

Posted by on July 18, 2014 at 8:00 AM

The Source Canada: Games for Under $10

Hello Bargainmoose-ers!  Need some rainy day activities, or just looking to add to your video game collection?  The Source Canada has a great sale on right now to help you out:  Games for under 10!

The Source is a great resource for all your gaming needs.  Here are a few of the titles we found for under $10:

PC games:

World of Warcraft – Wrath of the Lich King Expansion Pack ($9.99, original price $49.99).  Rated T for Teen, this single player game has you create a new Death Knight character to end the Lich King’s reign of terror for all time.

Microsoft Age Of Empires Online ($4.96, original price $19.99).  Rated E for Everyone 10+, this strategy game allows gamers to choose from any number of ways to win the game.  Reviews for this game mention that this game is also free to play online at ageofempiresonline.com.

Xbox 360:

UFC Undisputed 2010 ($4.96, original price $59.99).  Rated T for Teen.  Channel your inner UFC champion and take on more than 100 of the best UFC fighters in the world.

Kingdoms Of Amular:  Reckoning (French) ($4.95, original price $59.99).  Rated M for Mature 17+, this game has you rising from the dead right in the middle of a bloody battle.  A high fantasy universe surrounds you as you discover hundreds of quests, characters, creatures, weapons and spells.

I also happened to notice that The Source is having a laptop clear-out, with up to $160 off open-box laptops, perfect for playing your PC games at home or on the go.  This Acer Aspire Netbook is a nice buy at $269.99.  Walmart is a little more expensive at $288.

The Source also offers free shipping to your door on orders over $30 before tax.  They also offer free shipping to your store if you don’t want to pony up for shipping on a $5 game.

(Expiry unknown)

(Image credit: Gamerscore Blog)

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July 11

Best Buy Canada: Select Video Games 2 for $30

Posted by on July 11, 2014 at 11:00 PM

Best Buy Canada: Select Video Games 2 for $30

Pick up a two video games at Best Buy for $30 instead of $19.99 each. You can stack this discount, like get four games for $60 and so forth.

Mix and match titles for the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Nintendo Wii, Nintendo DS, Nintendo 3DS & 2DS, and Nintendo Wii U.

You will have a hard time finding these games any cheaper anywhere else unless you are buying pre-owned. The Witcher 2 : Assassins Of Kings Enhanced Edition (XBOX 360), which retails anywhere from $14.99 used up to $29.99 for a new copy comes down to just $15 new when you purchase it with another game. Pick up Mortal Kombat Komplete Edition (XBOX 360) with the above game and you will get both for $30.

I own a PS3, so the games compatible with that console interest me the most. My hubby bought me Final Fantasy XIII (PlayStation 3) when it was certainly priced higher than this. I started playing it back when I was still in school and judiciously decided I should wait until after I was done before I got too addicted. Now I am done school and going to take the game up again. I love the graphics, and while learning the controls is a bit of a steep learning curve, I cannot wait to get back into it. I even love the animated sequences with just storyline. I thought they were a bit lengthy at first but the animation is just so pretty. Pick a copy up for just $15 when you buy another game with it.

When I use to invade arcades, I would play Mortal Kombat or some knock-off version of the game. I loved each and every second of it, even if it was just smashing a whole lot of buttons and then marveling at the combo I somehow produced. I would love to try out Mortal Kombat vs DC Value (Playstation 3) not only because of my Mortal Kombat memories, but also because of my geek status. I am pretty disappointed that the Martian Manhunter is not included as a character, but I guess he was just too powerful. Pick this game up with Final Fantasy and get both of them for $30.

Mix and match your own combos based on what games you like and which games you do not own yet.

Receive free shipping on all orders of $20 or more, which means all video game combos ship for free.

(Expiry: unknown)

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July 11

Future Shop Canada 4 Day Sale: $70 Off PS4 Watch Dogs Bundle – Now $453

Posted by on July 11, 2014 at 5:00 PM

Future Shop Canada 4 Day Sale: $70 Off PS4 Watch Dogs Bundle   Now $453

Still waiting to upgrade to a PlayStation 4? Then you might want to check out Future Shop’s four day sale, because during the next couple of days, the PlayStation 4 Watch Dogs bundle is down by $70 to just $453.49 (reg. $523.49).

On its own, the PS4 with one remote retails for $453.49 at Future Shop and $449.99 at Walmart. The Source has it on sale for $429.99 right now, but since you’re going to be needing a game to play anyway, then a bundle is the way to go. Costco has the Infamous Second Son bundle with two remotes for $564.99 and while it’s definitely worth it because it brings the price of the console down to just $363.22 ($65.89 regular price for each remote + $69.99 for the game), if you have no need for the second remote or don’t see yourself enjoying the included game, then the Watch Dogs bundle may be the way to go.

Since at Future Shop, Watch Dogs retails for $69.99, this means that with the bundle, you will actually be paying just $383.50 for the console on its own. Even better is that this is a highly acclaimed game with an average rating of eight out of ten. It basically revolves around the adventures of Aiden Pearce, a hacker who seeks to avenge the death of his niece. The cool part about the game is that you can choose to either perform the missions as a law-abiding citizen or in antagonism of the law. Here’s how one reviewer quickly summed up this game:

Two words: Awesome game!

Xbox fans will also be delighted to know that the Xbox One 500GB Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag bundle is also on sale for $503.49 (reg. $563.49). From the four day sale, there are also reductions on a couple of TVs, a washing machine, a laptop, speakers, cell phones etc. If you’re in need of headphones, then you might want to check out the Sony over-ear MDRZX310APB headphones as they’re now just $30.39 (reg. $50.39). They’re $49.99 everywhere else and can be used with a smartphone for hands-free use, have an integrated microphone, and the ear cups can even swivel! Another feature I particularly like is that the cord is a Y-type, which typically helps to reduce tangles.

Shipping is free or you can also reserve it in-stores to pick it up as soon as possible.

(Image Credit: Ubi.com)

(Expiry: 14th July 2014)

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July 9

Staples Canada: Assassins Creed IV Black Flag For PS4 – Now $30

Posted by on July 9, 2014 at 6:30 PM

Staples Canada: Assassins Creed IV Black Flag For PS4   Now $30

Staples has a great deal on Assassins Creed IV – Black Flag: it’s now on sale for just $29.97.

When it comes to video games, I have a really bad habit of buying games and never playing them. In fact, I still have this version of Assassin’s Creed but for PS3 sitting unpackaged alongside BioShock2, Resident Evil 7 and Call of Duty: Black Ops on a shelf in my living room. Although Call of Duty has only been played once and will probably never get played again, but that’s a whole ‘nother story altogether.

Released in November 2013, Assassins Creed IV: Black Flag throws the player in the 18th century during the Golden Age of Piracy and centres around the adventure of Edward Kenway, a pirate who gets drawn into an old war.

As one of the top video games reviewers, GameSpot has actually rated this game 9 out of 10, with Shaun McInnis making the following persuading statement to play the game:

Black Flag doesn’t just present a beautiful world; it gives you a mountain of reasons to run off and go exploring.

Story-wise, the PS3 and PS4 versions of this game seem to be the same, but the real differences lie within the quality of the graphics, which you can clearly view in RajmanGaming’s Youtube video comparing the two. The colours are much more vivid on the PS4 and there are far more details (i.e. you can clearly see the waves in the ocean on the PS4, whereas it’s rather blurry on the PS3).

This game is actually still sold at its full price of $59.99 at EB Games and Best Buy. Future Shop has it on sale for $49.99 and Amazon has it at the lowest price, but still higher than the one at Staples, at $39.96.

Since shipping is only free on orders over $45, you can also check out the other two games for PlayStation 4 that you can also get for just $29.97: Need for Speed or Knack. Both are definitely great deals, although Amazon has Knack for $28.64.

If you’re on the hunt for furniture, then be sure to also use the Staples printable coupons available on our forum to save up to $100 off when you shop in-stores. There are three individual coupons that may only be used on furniture: one for $20 off orders over $100, another for $50 off orders over $250 and the last one for $100 off orders over $500.

(Expiry: Unknown)

(Image Credit: Anthony Greene)

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July 9

Amazon Canada: Mario & Luigi Dream Team For Nintendo 3DS & Free Shipping

Posted by on July 9, 2014 at 8:00 AM

Amazon Canada: Mario & Luigi Dream Team For Nintendo 3DS & Free Shipping

Prepare yourself and your little ones for the rainy days of summer vacation with this great deal from Amazon.ca.  Get Mario & Luigi: Dream Team for Nintendo 3DS for only $29.08 (reduced from their regular price of $39.99).  With Amazon’s Super Saver Shipping, you get this game shipped for free since it is over the minimum $25.

This limited time offer is not to be missed!  Whether you’re trying to keep your kids occupied in the car for long summer road trips, or are looking for a new game to keep them busy on a rainy day, the great graphics and interesting story line of Mario & Luigi: Dream Team is sure to please even the more advanced child game wizard.

At the moment, Walmart.ca has a price on this game of $39.96, while EB Games is retailing it for $39.99.  Amazon.ca’s price saves you over $10 on this very well-reviewed Nintendo 3DS game!  The average player score on Gamespot.com is 8 out of 10 (great) with 79 ratings.  And Metacritic has given Mario & Luigi: Dream Team a Metascore of 81, garnering generally favourable reviews from 75 critics.

This game takes place both in Nintendo’s “real world” and in the mind of Luigi while he sleeps.  Much like the way I appear in my own dreams, Luigi’s persona while he slumbers is that of a brave and powerful hero!  Get the chance to control Mario and a whole army of Luigis during battles in Luigi’s dreams.  This game boasts great 3D graphics and the ability to save games along the way.  Players are given the option to try battles on an easier level if they don’t succeed and can receive hints for battling certain foes if desired.

We don’t know when this limited time offer will expire, so grab this great deal while you can!

Photo credit: JD Hancock

(Expiry: Unknown)

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July 1

Future Shop Canada: Madcatz Ghost Recon Wireless PS3 Gamepad Just $5.97

Posted by on July 1, 2014 at 8:00 AM

Future Shop Canada: Madcatz Ghost Recon Wireless PS3 Gamepad Just $5.97

Future Shop Canada has a great Canada Day Sale happening with some pretty incredible deals. One of the better deals I found was for a Playstation accessory. They have the Madcatz Ghost Recon wireless gamepad for PlayStation 3 on sale for just $5.97!

This model gets a 3.7 star rating out of 5 which is pretty good.  It comes with a rechargeable battery and features a quick-fire trigger, and backlit stick modules. The precision aim gives you sniper like accuracy when looking down the scope.  It is a great wireless gamepad for any gamer.

There were some great customer reviews for it and they are as recent as June 2014.

I’m a FPS player and this controller is perfect for sniping or ambushing 5/5 for me- Hugo Laperriere

This is the best thing for call of duty ghost players this well improve your gamer skills. sorry about spelling!!!! 5 stars.- NHLboss

Even though it got great reviews and I thought the price was excellent, it did not show the regular price it was sold for at Future Shop Canada. I wanted to do some price comparisons with this gamepad and I could only find the exact model at one place.  Over at Amazon Canada they had the same PS3 gamepad on sale for $39.99 and it was $64.99 at regular price.  Additionally, they only have one left in stock.

Other than that, they had some similar wireless gamepads at other stores that were good price comparisons. The only wireless gamepad that Walmart Canada had was priced at $59.93 and over at Staples Canada, the cheapest wireless gamepad was $48.21.  In fact, no store that I checked out even came close to the low Future Shop Canada price of $5.97.

When you spend $20 or more on almost everything, you will get free shipping at Future Shop.

(Expiry: 3rd July 2014)

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June 23

Steam Summer Sale 80% Borderlands 2 GOTY edition and 75% off Tomb Raider

Posted by on June 23, 2014 at 5:00 PM

Steam Summer Sale 80% Borderlands 2 GOTY edition and 75% off Tomb Raider

Summer is finally here and with it, the annual Steam summer sale.  If you or someone you love is a PC gamer there is no other place to get some of the year’s best games at incredibly deep discounted prices.  There are daily specials and two of the best from today in my humble opinion are, 80% off Borderlands 2 GOTY edition, which includes all the dlc – that’s the full game – plus 10 extras for $9.99 and Tomb Raider at 75% off for an incredible $4.99.

Scroll down the page to find them about midway or take your time and check out the other great deals on all genres of games from indie and big time studios.

Out of all of the games why have I chosen to highlight Borderlands 2 and Tomb Raider?  I love both of these games and don’t think you can go wrong with either of them.

Borderlands 2 was a huge hit this past year building on the success of Borderlands, it is a fps with some rpg elements it combines cartoonish visual style with cartoonish characters a dash of immature humour along with fast paced combat to create an exhilarating experience.  Play single player or up to 4 player co-op, and the online multi player is a lot of fun as different play styles and characters combine to wreck the bad guys.  I recommended the Game of the Year edition, as it comes with two additional characters and eight playable campaigns.  This was my favourite game last year and I hate to admit it, but I spent wayyy more than $9.99 and felt I got my money’s worth.  Check out the reviews.

Tomb Raider is a visually stunning game it has some puzzle solving and lots of action; it is like being in an action adventure movie at times. Game play is fps style with some choice in how you want to take out the baddies. You can chose a more stealth based style and use the weapons and skills that suit that or go full-on head-on brawler or a mixture of both.  Personally the bow and arrow is the only way to go.  For $4.99 you will get way more enjoyment out of this gem then from probably any other way you can spend 5 bucks.  Check out the reviews at Meta Critic.

These two games are part of the steam summer sale daily deals so if you are even thinking about getting these games move fast on them they will be gone by 12pm eastern tomorrow.

(Expiry: 30th June 2014)

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June 23

Amazon Canada: VTech MobiGo Games As Low As $6

Posted by on June 23, 2014 at 1:00 PM

Amazon Canada: VTech MobiGo Games As Low As $6

Amazon Canada had a kick-butt deal on if you are looking for an inexpensive hand-held learning system for your child. Get the VTech MobiGo 2 Touch learning system for only $11.99 with a regular price of $39.99, but this sold out before I could tell you about it. Instead, I’m going to tell you about a number of MobiGo games that are on sale instead!

There are quite a few games on sale, but the best deal I see is on the Disney Cars 2 game, which is now only $5.99 with a regular price of $19.99. While this game is a bit older, I don’t think Cars ever goes out of fashion with kids. My son was just telling me that Planes 2 is coming out and I thought maybe he’d think it was too babyish, as he is eight, but he said he was excited. I’m sure he’d still play a Cars game and so would his younger brothers. My youngest watches the Cars movies a few times a week!

The Madagascar 3 game is also a great deal and the same goes for it as a movie that kids like to watch over and over. The game looks really fun with lots of educational components built right in. This one is $7.38 with a regular price of $19.99.

Add Toy Story 3 to that list of well-loved movies and you’ve got yourself a threesome of fun and inexpensive games for your child to play on their MobiGo. This one is selling for $9.02 with a regular price of $19.99.

Keep watching the actual MobiGo game device as sometimes items that have gone out of stock at the cheap price will come back.

Shipping is free on orders over $25, so you might want to see what else is on offer at Amazon to save yourself the shipping costs.

(Expiry: Unknown)

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June 21

Origin.com Freebie: Try Titanfall For 48h For Free With Game Time

Posted by on June 21, 2014 at 9:30 PM

Origin.com Freebie: Try Titanfall For 48h For Free With Game Time

Origin has launched a brand new featured called Game Time. With it, you can try full-version PC games for 48h for absolutely free and right now, the game you can try is Titantfall!

Every time a new game is released, I wonder to myself: “is it worth it?” because paying $60-$70 for each new game isn’t the friendliest option on a tight budget but Origin’s Game Time is definitely a solution that I’m excited to try. Although you have until Sunday night to take advantage of this neat feature to try Titanfall for free, once you start playing, then you will have exactly 48 hours of game time to try the game and it’s not the demo version either! For 48 hours, you are given full access to the game’s every nook and cranny through its full version. Although you won’t necessarily get far in 48 hours as this includes the time spent off the game (48 hours in real time and not just game time), the great part about it is that once your game time has expired, then your progress will be saved in case you decide to purchase the game.

Although I’m a gamer at heart, I have never particularly understood first person shooter games. Going around and shooting things just isn’t my thing (I have tried my hand at Call of Duty multiple times and have failed miserably), but for those who it is, Titanfall is definitely a good game to try, especially since it has garnered a slew of positive reviews from the online community. GameSpot, for instance, has rated it an incredible 9 out of 10 with one member having the following to say about it:

But the game overall is a blast to play. It’s fast and moves like no other FPS out there, almost forcing you to climb vertically if you want to survive. Half the fun comes from the speed of the game. Much of it also comes from not only piloting a Titan, but from taking on Titans as a ground troop. It packs a certain amount of tension and makes for an excellent time. Taking down a Titan while on foot is exhilarating and there’s little like it in the FPS market.

This game has even won a whopping number of 60 awards at its E3 unveilment in 2013! It’s also currently on sale for 40% off at just $47.99 (reg. $79.99).

What do you think of Origin’s Game Time? Are you excited to try it out with Titanfall?

(Expiry: 22nd June 2014)

(Image Credit: BagoGames)

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June 20

Best Buy Canada: Wolfenstein Only $45 (Save $25)

Posted by on June 20, 2014 at 10:00 AM

Best Buy Canada: Wolfenstein Only $45 (Save $25)

I’ve said before I’m not a huge gamer, especially for a game like Wolfenstein (I’m more into trivia or cards), but this is definitely a good deal I wanted to tell you about. Get the game Wolfenstein: The New Order, available on all platforms for only $44.99 with a regular price of $69.99.

To me, this is your typical shoot-em-up game, where the hero has to attack the Nazis in a re-imagined universe, where the Nazis have won WWII and have taken over the world. This is definitely a very imaginative theme. The game will send you across Europe as the hero taking down the Nazis. There are lots of guns, robots, super soldiers and high-definition graphics.

This game has generally favourable reviews on the Metacritic site with a high metascore and user score. One reviewer said this:

One of the BEST FPS games of the last years. Graphics, sound, controls are great, but what is really superb is the story.

Although war games would not typically hold my interest, I do think the story is pretty smart. It allows you to consider what would have happened had WWII been won by the Nazis and how our world would be changed today.

Just to give you a little price comparison, EB Games sells this for $69.99 and Amazon sells it for $67.49.

You’ll get free shipping on this game, as it is over the $20 you need to spend to get free shipping from Best Buy.

The game is available on the following platforms for this sale:

  • PS4
  • Xbox One
  • PC
  • PS3
  • Xbox 360

(Expiry: 26th June 2014)

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