Video games

September 17

PSN: Square Enix and Capcom Game Sale For PS3 PS4 And Vita Titles | Up To 70% Off

Posted by on September 17, 2014 at 9:00 AM

PSN: Square Enix and Capcom Game Sale For PS3 PS4 And Vita Titles | Up To 70% Off

Sony PS3, PS4, and Playstation Vita owners are in for a real treat this week! Square Enix and Capcom are both having a sale on many of their classic games that are available on PSN (the Playstation Network) – many popular franchises are represented in this sale, including Street Fighter, Mega Man, Resident Evil, and Tomb Raider. Until September 23rd, you can save up to 70% on some of these titles, which you can download straight to your PS3, PS4, or Vita system.

There are many great games that you can get some decent discounts on during this sale. Some of my favourites that you can get for a discounted price include Resident Evil 6 ($9.99, was $19.99), Super Street Fighter 2 HD Remix ($4.99, was $14.99), and Street Fighter III Third Strike Online Edition ($3.99, was $14.99). However, one of the most tantalizing deals is for Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition for the PS4, which you can get for just $19.99 (it typically costs $39.99 at Best Buy and Future Shop.)

I can honestly say that Capcom and Square Enix are two of my favourite video game companies, especially back in the days when I was playing my Super Nintendo and PS1 avidly (my other favourite companies at the time were Nintendo and Konami). There are many great games to choose from in this sale, and you’ll be able to play them soon after downloading them! Click here to check out all of the games that are currently featured in this sale.

There are many games in this sale that I can reflect on. From Devil May Cry to Hitman, there are so many to choose from. However, I’m going to leave you with a brief review for one of the few PS4 titles in this sale, Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition (from a satisfied Future Shop customer):

Amazing game. One of the best I’ve played, albeit a little short. Great character development. One isn’t Tomb Raider from the get-go. Instead one gets to embark on Lara’s journey to become Tomb Raider. Love it! Fantastic graphics too.

You’ll have until September 23rd to take advantage of this huge deal on PSN. Happy gaming, Bargainmoosers!

(Expiry: 23rd September 2014)

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September 16

Best Buy Canada: $10 Off 2 Nintendo 3DS Games

Posted by on September 16, 2014 at 6:30 PM

Best Buy Canada: $10 Off 2 Nintendo 3DS Games

Shop now at Best Buy to save on Nintendo 3DS games. For a limited time, you get a $10 discount with purchase of two Nintendo 3DS games valued at $34.99 each or more.

Let’s face it, when you own any kind of video console of handheld device, you don’t just buy one game. Typically, one is bought either as soon as one is released or even as soon as one gets boring. So although you will be spending a little more in one shot by getting 2 or more games, this is an opportunity for saving in the long-term… or short term depending on how often you buy games! Another major plus is that you won’t have to check out numerous times if you want to take advantage of this discount on the purchase of games or more. I added Super Smash Bros four times to my shopping cart to see if the discount would work and a $20 price reduction was indeed awarded.

Speaking of which, Super Smash Bros is definitely a game that you should consider pre-ordering right now as you most likely won’t get it on sale anytime soon. It is set to be released in a little over two weeks on October 3rd 2014 and is the next instalment in a series of games by the same title that were originally released in 1999. Plus, by pre-ordering this game and getting another one, you will have time to finish the latter, to then move on to the former once it is delivered to your order in October!

A game I would recommend is definitely Super Mario Bros 2. It’ $34.99 and is in the same game style as the old Super Mario games that most of us have grown up with and have fond memories of! In fact, here’s what someone had to say about it on Amazon‘s site:

Compared to the first NSMB for both the Wii, and DS, I found this one just slightly more difficult in terms of gameplay, and finding all the secrets. It still went by far too quickly and easily for myself, and other family members.

Since Best Buy automatically ships all orders over $25 for free, you’re sure to get both games (or more) for free as well.

(Image Credit: meaganmakes)

(Expiry: Unknown)

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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 15

WalMart Canada: PS3 500 GB Super Slim System With The Last Of Us | Was $270 Now $219

Posted by on September 15, 2014 at 6:28 AM

WalMart Canada: PS3 500 GB Super Slim System With The Last Of Us | Was $270 Now $219

Have you been waiting for the perfect opportunity to purchase a Sony PS3 system? This may be your lucky day, especially if you love having plenty of hard drive space with your video game systems! At WalMart, you can order a 500 GB The Last Of Us PS3 system bundle for just $219! The regular price of this system is $269.99, and even if you buy the cheaper version of the Playstation 3 for $199.99, it doesn’t come with any games, and the hard drive only has 12 GB of storage space. In other words, if you’re looking to indulge in some PS3 gaming goodness, this is the system you’ll want! You’ll also get free shipping!

This 500 GB PS3 system bundle comes with the highly acclaimed game The Last Of Us, which should please gamers that are looking to finally own a PS3 system. Since you’ll have plenty of storage space with this particular system, you’ll also be able to download plenty of free game demos, videos, and all those other goodies that you can check out once you connect your system to the internet.

I finally bit the figurative bullet and bought a PS3 system earlier this year, and even though I already own an Xbox 360 and a Wii U, I have no regrets! After all, even though there are a high number of games that have been released for both the 360 and the PS3 (*cough the sports games *cough), there are many unique franchises for the PS3 that I enjoy, such as Ratchet & Clank, Little Big Planet, and of course, The Last Of Us.

Another great bonus is the fact that PS3 systems can play blu rays, so if you’re looking to have an extra movie player that also doubles as a video game system, this is it. If you have a 3D TV set, it can also play 3D blu ray movies (and plenty of other multimedia files). Not a bad feature for a video game system!

This system bundle costs $269.99 at Best Buy and Future Shop, so this is a great deal. I’ve included a snippet of a unique review from WalMart about this PS3 system bundle, which you can read below:

This is the first gaming system I have ever bought. I never was into gaming but at 47 years old, I thought I would give it a try… I enjoy my PS3 very much!! It’s got so much more than just gaming, with the free movies, shows, and Netflix as well!. I could see right away why people are into the Sony PS3. It’s a must have for every household. This Sony PS3 system makes me fall in love with my TV again!

This likely won’t remain in stock for very long, so get this system while you can! Happy gaming, Bargainmoosers!

(Expiry: 18th September)

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September 14

BigBox Outlet Store: Extra 50% Off All Skylanders – Starting @ $3.30!

Posted by on September 14, 2014 at 4:30 PM

BigBox Outlet Store: Extra 50% Off All Skylanders   Starting @ $3.30!

Big Box Outlet Store (currently transitioning from being known as Pricematters) is offering an extra 50% off all Skylander products they have in stock. Most of these are open box items so they have already been discounted from what you would see at a regular store.

Individual characters are just $3.30 each. You can pick up the following individual characters:

There are also four triple packs you can choose from. Each triple pack is only $7.15, which works out to approximately $2.38 per character. Which of these triple packs are you going to get?

All of these are open box and that is why they are so discounted. I tried to price compare with a regular retailer to see how much you are saving. At Best Buy, Skylanders Swap Force Triple Packs retail for $25.99 including the one with Gill Grunt (that I have linked to). Individual characters retail for $9.99 at Best Buy and many other retailers. At the Big Box Outlet store, you are getting them for 1/3rd their retail price.  These prices are really great. Though some people may shy away from open box items, I figure that I am going to open the box anyway so why not save some extra money by buying those items?

I have never played Skylanders, but it sounds like my kind of game. I love all the fun little figurines that are both collectable and that you use to play the game as well. While I am not big on extra game purchases, I could handle paying a few dollars for each new character I wanted.

There are limited quantities available. The Big Box Store offers free shipping on orders of $50 or more. Underneath that minimum, the cost of shipping depends on where you are shipping. This deal is only available online.

If you want to get started with Skylanders, check out the Starter Kit deal that Ivan posted about here.

(Expiry: Unknown)

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September 14

Future Shop Canada: Skylanders Swap Force Starter Kit (PS4, Xbox One, Wii U) | Was $60 Now $30

Posted by on September 14, 2014 at 9:11 AM

Future Shop Canada: Skylanders Swap Force Starter Kit (PS4, Xbox One, Wii U) | Was $60 Now $30

Unless you’ve been living under a rock, or if you do your best to ignore everything related to video games, it’s likely that you’ve heard of Skylanders. These collectable figurines are wildly popular with children, since they’re so unique – after all, these toys are used to play a video game! You simply place the figurine of a character that you want to play as on a portal, and in no time at all you’ll see that toy come to life in the Skylanders video game! At this time, Future Shop is having a decent sale on the PS4, Xbox One, and Wii U versions of the Skylanders Swap Force starter kit (the latest entry in the series) – you can order a starter kit of this game for just $29.99! It typically costs $59.99 for both the PS4 and Xbox One versions of the game. You’ll also qualify for free shipping if you order this game, so that’s another great bonus!

The Skylanders Swap Force starter kit comes with the game, portal, 3 figurines that you can use in the game, and some trading cards.

Whether you’re a kid or an adult, these Skylanders games are pretty fun. They revolutionized the genre, and they even have an imitator that’s out in the market (The Disney Infinity series of games). The current rumour is that a new Skylanders game is on the horizon, which is why Skylanders Swap Force starter kits are currently on sale at Future Shop. Regardless of that, it’s still a great deal – especially if you’ve never tried out any Skylanders video games before.

I’ve tried out this game at an in -store kiosk before (they have these at many retail locations, including Future Shop, Best Buy, and even Target). It’s very intriguing, and a lot of fun. If you’ve ever wanted your toys to come to life, this is the next best thing! Plus, the character designs are pretty creative for these figurines, so I can see why this series has so many fans.

Skylanders Swap Force typically retails for $59.99, but it’s also on sale at Best Buy for the same price of $29.99 (as we all know, Best Buy and Future Shop tend to share some deals at the same time). However, it currently costs $59.99 at Toys R Us and WalMart. I’ve also included a brief review of Skylanders Swap Force (the Wii U version) from a Future Shop customer below:

The game was really cool, totally different, and they can jump now! Also, another good thing about the new one is the fact that you can still use the old Skylanders.

Quantities are limited, so get these while you can. Hope you all enjoy your Sunday, Bargainmoosers!

(Expiry: 18th September 2014)

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September 13

WalMart Canada: Rocksmith 2014 For The Xbox 360 | Was $70 Now $35

Posted by on September 13, 2014 at 11:56 PM

WalMart Canada: Rocksmith 2014 For The Xbox 360 | Was $70 Now $35

Tired of Guitar Hero and Rockband? It’s cool – everyone else is, too. However, a revolutionary game out there that allows you to literally plug in an actual electric guitar into your video game system is Rocksmith. For a limited time, you can pick up Rocksmith 2014 for the Xbox 360 for just $34.96 – the regular price is $70. That’s 50% off! Plus, you’ll get free shipping.

Whether you’re a beginner that wants to try and learn how to play an electric guitar, or an expert that wants to jam to dozens of popular tracks, Rocksmith 2014 will keep you satisfied. This version of the game includes the cord that you need to plug in any electric guitar into your Xbox 360 system.

I’ve never tried any Rocksmith games before. It does sound like a fun game, so I hope to try it out sometime soon. I tried to play the guitar on several occasions when I was younger, but I just couldn’t “cut the mustard” (in other words – no one wanted to be around when I was practicing).

Regardless of my mediocre guitar playing abilities, I think this game is very intriguing. At Best Buy and Future Shop, Rocksmith 2014 retails for $74.95. Listed below is a snippet of a review of the game from a satisfied Best Buy customer:

I know it’s generous to give a 5 out of 5 rating, but in my opinion this game deserves it. The thing I really appreciate is the fact that there’s lessons for those who never played guitar, which really teaches you the basics and much more. Aside from that, the gameplay experience is just great and easy to understand.

I highly recommend getting Rocksmith 2014 for the Xbox 360 before it’s out of stock (like the PS3 version of the game). Good luck, Bargainmoosers!

(Expiry: Unknown)

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September 13

(Xbox 360) Dead Island: Riptide Rigor Mortis Edition $20 Final Clearance @ Best Buy Canada

Posted by on September 13, 2014 at 9:00 PM

(Xbox 360) Dead Island: Riptide Rigor Mortis Edition $20 Final Clearance @ Best Buy Canada

Just this morning Ivan blogged about a $0.97 deal on Grand Theft Auto trilogy for Mac at Best Buy but I have found another deal worthy of your attention. While supplies last undoubtedly, you can pick up Dead Island: Riptide Rigor Mortis edition for Xbox 360 for just $19.97. It’s on final clearance, so once it’s gone, you won’t be able to take advantage of this low price anymore!

I have to admit that this is the first I have ever heard of this popular game but for those of you in the dark about it as well, it’s essentially an RPG game that features an open world infested with zombies. Unlike the initial edition of this game, this one features a first-person perspective, extra game play mechanics along with new characters, vehicles and much more. For just $20, it’s definitely well worth the price, especially since the game comes in a travel suitcase packaging as well as the following collectibles:

  • Zombie hula girl bobble figurine
  • Severed hand bottle opener/ fridge magnet
  • Bungalow key with wooden tag
  • Box art & digital strategy map

Although there are no reviews for it on Best Buy’s site, I did find the following 5 stars out of 5 stars review at Future Shop, where you can also get it for the same price right now:

This is a very good game… Great graphics, audio performance (Especially for the Xbox), and story.They put a lot of work into this game with the culture of the Island, audio unlike many others As for the collectibles- If you are a Dead Island fan or know you’ll love this game and have the spare money… Go for it, the items are very detailed and I found them a lot better than other collector’s edition’s items (Like Black Ops, Black Ops 2, etc.)

On Amazon, this same edition of the game is actually double the price at $39.09 and even then it’s on sale from a regular price of $79.99. It also has over 20 reviews with a general consensus of close to 5 stars out of 5! I also found this game for $79.99 at the Microsoft Store.

Shipping is only free on orders over $25, so you can either pay $1.99 for shipping or better yet, grab a filler item like a $5 DVD. In fact, I found a slew of great titles at just $4.99 like Jerry Maguire, 50 First Dates (special edition), Blind Side, Inception, and countless others. You could even pre-order a special version of Godzilla on sale for just $18.99 as it comes with a bonus disc.

(Expiry: Unknown)

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September 13

Best Buy Canada: Grand Theft Auto Trilogy For The Mac | Only $0.97!

Posted by on September 13, 2014 at 12:00 PM

Best Buy Canada: Grand Theft Auto Trilogy For The Mac | Only $0.97!

Do you remember when the Grand Theft Auto name was new, fresh, and exciting? It was also very controversial, due to this video games’ open – ended gameplay that allowed you to do essentially anything you wanted to. Graphic content aside, the GTA series of video games still continues to be very popular (let’s not forget how huge the release of GTA V was). For those that are looking to go a little old – school and play the Grand Theft Auto III series again, you can do so for an extremely affordable price! At this time, you can purchase the Grand Theft Auto III trilogy for your Mac computer on Best Buy’s website for just $0.97 (plus $3.99 shipping).

This package for the Mac includes 3 games in total: Grand Theft Auto III, Grant Theft Auto: Vice City, and Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas. Originally released for the Sony PS2 system, these games eventually exploded in popularity and ended up being on the original Xbox system, PC and Mac computers.

For 3 games, this is a great price. The games still hold up to this day, though I have personally gotten tired of the GTA gameplay after so many years of playing these titles. I still remember purchasing GTA: Vice City for the PS2 when it was just released, and I can still attest to it having one of the best soundtracks that I ever heard in a video game.

This item is on final clearance, so once it’s gone, it’s gone. You can find the Grand Theft Auto Trilogy on Amazon for $14.97 (plus shipping).  I’ve included a snippet of a review from a satisfied Amazon customer below:

The overall value of this game is great. For the price these games are set at, Amazon gives you these for a very good deal. The price is great and you get a “bang for your buck”. The extent of how much you can do in this game is phenomenal and you can basically do whatever you want as if you were in a real city.

Get it while it lasts, folks! I hope you all enjoy your Saturday, Bargainmoosers!

(Expiry: Unknown)

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September 12

Nintendo: Super Smashing Sale – Several Titles On Sale Including Zelda: A Link Between Worlds For $30

Posted by on September 12, 2014 at 10:30 AM

Nintendo: Super Smashing Sale   Several Titles On Sale Including Zelda: A Link Between Worlds For $30

Nintendo is lining up all of their arms for the upcoming release of Super Smash Bros. for the Nintendo 3DS. Their marketing team is hard at work to spread the word so that every man, woman, and child in North America will know that Super Smash Brothers is going to be huge! Well… let’s not get too carried away here. Either way, the game is on its way out, and Nintendo is celebrating this by having a sale on a number of their older titles for the Nintendo 3DS, and for the Wii U Virtual Console. You’ll be able to directly download these games unto your Nintendo 3DS or Wii U system, so you can play these games shortly after purchasing them!

You can click on the link above to check out the full list of 3DS and Wii U games that are on sale this week (this promotion will last until September 18). Some of the popular titles on sale include the excellent The Legend Of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds for the 3DS ($29.99 – was $39.99), the rare Kid Icarus: Uprising  for the 3DS ($24.99 – was $34.99), and even some classics like The Legend Of Zelda: A Link To The Past for the Wii U ($4.99 – was $7.99) and Mega Man X ($4.99 – was $7.99).

Though my first video game system was the original Nintendo, I especially fell in love with my Super Nintendo system. There were so many games that kept me occupied during those early years of my life, and they still hold up to this day. For instance, one of my favourite games of all time is included in this sale (The Legend Of Zelda: A Link To The Past), which I first played on the Super Nintendo system.

I still remember the day I got that game for my 7th birthday – I got home from my grandma’s house around midnight that night, because we were driving through a terrible snow storm! Thanks to my dad’s driving skills, we made it home without any issues. Of course, the first thing I did when I got home was – you guessed it, I played some Zelda! I was sent to bed after approximately 3 minutes, but I still got to try it out that night!

A great game in this sale is The Legend Of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds for the 3DS. It normally costs $39.99 at Best Buy and Future Shop, so you’ll be able to save $10 on this deal. I’ve listed a snippet of a review of this game from a satisfied Best Buy customer below:

I’m a huge fan of A Link To The Past and this game takes that to a whole new level making for a much more rich experience. I wish the other titles on the 3DS or Wii U for that matter were this good.

Happy gaming, Bargainmoosers – I hope you all enjoy your weekend!

(Expiry: 18th September 2014)

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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 9

Sony Entertainment Network: Up To 50% Off Select Grand Theft Auto Titles

Posted by on September 9, 2014 at 11:30 PM

Sony Entertainment Network: Up To 50% Off Select Grand Theft Auto Titles

Love Grand Theft Auto (GTA)? The Sony Entertainment Network is currently offering selection of 11 GTA titles for up to 50% off but hurry as there is no knowing when prices may be increased.

Here are all of the 11 titles that you can chose from and their prices:

  • Grand Theft Auto V: $29.99
  • Grand Theft Auto IV: $4.99
  • Grand Theft Auto Episodes from Liberty City: $5.99
  • Grand Theft Auto San Andreas: $3.99
  • Grand Theft Auto Vice City: $2.49
  • Grand Theft Auto 3: $2.49
  • Grand Theft Auto Liberty City Stories: $4.99
  • Grand Theft Auto Vice City Stories: $2.49
  • Grand Theft Auto Chinatown Wars: $4.99
  • Grand Theft Auto Liberty City Stories: $4.99
  • Grand Theft Auto Vice City Stories: $2.49

Just to give you an idea, I had a look around for Grand Theft Auto V and found a physical copy for $59.99 at Best Buy. Digital versions are almost always cheaper but in this case, it’s actually a $30 price difference, which amounts to 50% off! Given that we are quickly transitioning to cloud storage in our quest to eradicate discs, it’s definitely much more worth it to invest in digital copies of games. For the longest time, I enjoyed collecting games in physical copies but given that games from previous consoles are currently just sitting on my TV stand for show with no better purpose than to occasionally be used as a coaster, I definitely would much rather prefer save a couple of bucks on the digital version, especially since there is not potential for losing it!

Although I haven’t gotten around to finishing it, I do recommend GTA 5 if you haven’t played it yet. Although you’re going to need a PlayStation 3 to play it, it’s well worth the time. Unlike the previous titles, this latest title also allowed you to play 3 different characters. You quickly unlock all of the characters as you progress through the story and eventually are awarded the liberty of transitioning between the three of them whenever you want. Each character also has a slew of his own individual missions, making this game even more time-consuming to beat completely and by that I mean, by completely every single mission. My favourite character was definitely Michael as his missions often involved the best cars in the GTA universe, but Trevor was also a riot to play.

Other games are also playable on the PS2 Classic, PSP or PS Vita.

(Image Credit: BagoGames)

(Expiry: Unknown)

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September 9

Prima Games Freebie: Free Destiny eGuide ($10 Value)

Posted by on September 9, 2014 at 10:30 PM

Prima Games Freebie: Free Destiny eGuide ($10 Value)

Are you among one of the lucky ones to have either picked up or received a copy of the much anticipated Destiny game? Even if you haven’t and are planning on getting it in the near future, you are most certainly going to want to redeem this freebie from Prima Games. Enter the code below to get the full Destiny eGuide for free! It’s regular price is of $9.99 and you will need to sign up for a Prima Games account in order to redeem the code (it’s free and only takes a minute).

Click here to get the Destiny eGuide for free @ PrimaGames.com now

  • Coupon Code: hmnr-nqd9-d8u8-ftav
  • Discount: free Destiny eGuide
  • Expiry: Unknown

Destiny was released earlier today on September 9th 2014 and yet overwhelmingly positive reviews have already begun pouring in. Mostly praising the graphics and the beauty of the created world, reviewers have also noted the epicness of the story behind this mega-game. Why mega? Because it’s an action role-playing game that comes very close to being a MMO (massively multiplayer online game) but is instead beginning to be referred to as a shared-world shooter game instead as instead of hordes of players playing on the same servers, as in the case of World of Warcraft, for instance, players are instead matched with other players. This matchmaking does then allow for more interactivity within the game, though definitely not on the same scale as in WoW or SWOTR.

The Destiny eGuide available on Prima Games is definitely pretty cool as it’s beyond detailed. The main topics include the: field manual, the tower, earth, moon, venus, mars, armory, crucible codex, and trophies & achievements. Most of these further divide into subcategories as well. Whether this is a good thing or not is for you to decide but it has also been written in such a way that it will give away no spoilers of the games content. It is also mainly devoted to the PVE (player versus environment) but it does also cover some PVP (player versus player) aspects in the process.

Every facet of the Destiny eGuide is filled with interesting details about the game. In fact, I discovered that the class that you choose for your character will have a massive impact upon the storyline, so choose carefully! Prima Games Freebie: Free Destiny eGuide ($10 Value)

If you haven’t gotten it yet, you can get Destiny for either PS3, PS4, Xbox 360 or Xbox One for just $69 at Amazon.ca (shipping will also be free as most orders over $25 are shipped for free).

(Expiry: Unknown)

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September 9

Shop.ca: Playstation PS4 Last Of Us Bundle With Extra Controller & NHL 15 Was $585 Now $500 TODAY (Expired)

Posted by on September 9, 2014 at 1:00 PM

Shop.ca: Playstation PS4 Last Of Us Bundle With Extra Controller & NHL 15 Was $585 Now $500 TODAY (Expired)

Were you waiting for the right opportunity to snag a Sony PS4 system? Now that NHL 15 has finally been released, hockey fans can enjoy this latest offering from EA Sports. Today’s deal should definitely pique the interest of NHL 15 fans – at Shop.ca, you can get a Sony PS4 500 GB Last Of Us bundle with an extra Dual Shock 4 controller and NHL 15 for just $499.99! This package normally costs $584.97, and it also qualifies for free shipping! Note: This is a one day deal ONLY!

If you want a good excuse to plunge into the next generation of video games, this is it. The PS4 is starting to amass an interesting catalogue of games, and since the latest NHL game is now available, it will not be a surprise to see more of these systems being sold.

This package has a little bit of everything: an extra controller, which normally costs $65 at most retailers, The Last Of Us Remastered (it has a score of 95 out of 100 on Metacritic), and NHL 15!

When I keep seeing these deals for PS4 systems, it constantly tempts me to purchase a system! 2015 is bound to be an interesting year for the PS4, Xbox One, and Wii U systems, since many highly anticipated games are set to be released.

At Best Buy and Future Shop, a PS4 system with The Last Of Us costs $449.99 – and it’s currently sold out at Best Buy! Listed below is a brief review of NHL 15 from a happy Best Buy customer:

The game looks so clear and realistic. It looks way better than the ps3′s NHL 14. Just the way the electricity is in the stadium and the way the jersey’s move makes me satisfied. The game flows very well!

Here’s to hoping that Shop.ca has plenty of these bundles in stock, because this is a wonderful deal! Happy hunting, Bargainmoosers!

(Expiry: 9th September 2014)

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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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