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October 31

Game Access Canada: Murdered Soul Suspect (Used) For The Xbox One | Was $50 Now $15

Posted by on October 31, 2014 at 12:00 PM

Game Access Canada: Murdered Soul Suspect (Used) For The Xbox One | Was $50 Now $15

Happy Halloween, my fellow deal hunters! Game Access is currently having an enticing deal on their used copies of Murdered: Soul Suspect for the Xbox One video game system. It normally retails for $49.99, but you can now get it for $14.72 (plus $3 shipping). Getting cheap, affordable Xbox One games can always put a smile on any gamer’s face!

Murdered: Soul Suspect looks like an interesting game. I’ve never seen this on sale at Game Access before, and it currently sells for $38.89 on Amazon, and it’s currently on sale for $34.99 at Best Buy.

What’s interesting about this game is that it was released by Square Enix, a company that’s known for many classic and epic video games. I still have fond memories of playing Final Fantasy II and III on my Super Nintendo and getting sucked into the plot and strategic gameplay.

I also have some hilarious yet embarrassing memories of my 11-year-old self playing Dragon Warrior on my original Nintendo system in my basement during the summer, accompanied by one of my best friends at the time: a club pack of No Name Brand cheesies. I can’t stop laughing picturing that visual! Sad but true – it’ll always make me chuckle, but I really loved that game!

From the reviews I’ve read on this game, it apparently has a great story line. I’ve included a snippet of a review of Murdered: Soul Suspect for the Xbox One from a satisfied Amazon customer below:

I had my eye out on Soul Suspect ever since Square Enix published the story about releasing this game a year or so ago, and boy was I lucky enough to have my expectations met. This game is really an amazing one! Enjoy it.

This deal will expire before midnight. Happy Halloween, my fellow gamers!

(Expiry: 31st October 2014)

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October 31

Best Buy Canada: PS4 500GB Destiny Bundle + Free Game Of Your Choice | Was $540 Now $480

Posted by on October 31, 2014 at 8:00 AM

Best Buy Canada: PS4 500GB Destiny Bundle + Free Game Of Your Choice | Was $540 Now $480

Hey there, Bargainmoosers! Best Buy is currently having a really sweet sale on their Sony PS4 systems – you can now purchase a White PS4 500GB Destiny Bundle and get a free $49.99 to $69.99 game of your choice! This is a $539.99 value, but you’ll be getting all this for $479.99! You’ll also qualify for free shipping – whooo!

Now that we’re gearing up for the holiday season, the deals for video game systems like the Sony PS4 will be spicy, and this is certainly one of those enticing bargains. You’re essentially getting a free PS4 game (you just pay an extra $10 on top of the typical PS4 Destiny bundle price of $469.99), and I’m not talking about older, outdated games from last year – you can choose any PS4 game that you want that’s from $49.99 to $69.99! Plus, you’ll also be getting the much-hyped Destiny game with your PS4 system, which was just released back in September!

All you need to do to enjoy this discount is add the PS4 500GB Destiny Bundle to your cart, then choose a PS4 game that’s priced between $49.99 and $69.99. The discount will then be automatically applied when you’re checking out.

This is a cool deal. There are many great newer games that you can choose from, like Diablo III ($54.99) and NHL 15 ($69.99). You can check out some other great PS4 games that you can choose from by clicking here.

If you wanted to buy the PS4 500GB Destiny Bundle at The Source or Amazon, you’d be paying $469.99, and you wouldn’t be getting any extra games to choose from. Here’s a brief review of this PS4 system from a satisfied Best Buy customer:

Good value in this bundle. Destiny is awesome. My PS4 is awesome.

Get this while they’re still in stock! Happy gaming, my fellow deal hunters!

(Expiry: 6th November 2014)

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October 30

Green Man Gaming Canada Coupon Code: Wolfenstein The New Order For PC | Was $60 Now $24

Posted by on October 30, 2014 at 7:35 AM

Green Man Gaming Canada Coupon Code: Wolfenstein The New Order For PC | Was $60 Now $24

Good morning, my fellow gamers! Green Man Gaming is currently having a 50% off sale on Wolfenstein: The New Order for the PC/Steam, and with the coupon code I’ve included in this article, you can save even more! Normally selling for $59.99, you can now purchase this fun first-person shooter for $24 when you use the coupon code below. This is for a download of the game, so you can play Wolfenstein: The New Order soon after purchasing it – no shipping required! Save time, and save money!

Click here to check out this deal @ Greenmangaming.com now

  • Coupon Code: SPOOKY-TREATS-GMG20X
  • Discount: Extra $6 off
  • Expiry: Unknown

Wolfenstein: The New Order is a game that was released amidst plenty of hype, hope, and promises. It has thankfully lived up to its high expectations, and I still find it remarkable that the Wolfenstein series still manages to be successful in 2014. The first popular game of this series (there were 2-dimensional Wolfenstein games for the Commodore 64, Apple II, and other older computers around 1985, but it wasn’t very popular, nor was it as original as Wolfenstein 3D) was originally introduced to PC owners in 1992, mainly through Shareware disks where you could try out a few levels of the game that enticed users to purchase the full game from the publisher, ID Software. This strategy worked, and Wolfenstein 3D was a runaway hit!

Wolfenstein 3D ended up appearing on the Super Nintendo, Atari Jaguar, and Panasonic 3DO video game systems. After an expansion pack (named Spear Of Destiny) was released soon after the resounding success of Wolfenstein 3D, ID Software ended up creating another game that ended up taking over the world for the next few years: DOOM. Wolfenstein was mainly forgotten for a while, until the series received a successful reboot in the early 2000′s, which has led us all to enjoying the latest chapter in the series, Wolfenstein: The New Order.

If you wanted to purchase Wolfenstein: The New Order from Steam, it would cost you $59.99 US, and it’s $69.99 at Best Buy. I’ve included a brief review of this game from a satisfied Best Buy customer below:

I thoroughly enjoyed playing through this game. Got a good 18 hours of fun out of it and there will be some replay for hidden items. They managed to keep and maintain my favourite aspect of the last Wolfenstein game, amazing weapon feel. 

Get this while the deal is still valid. Happy gaming, everyone!

(Expiry: Unknown)

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October 28

Canadian Freebie: Crusader – No Remorse Free (Was $4.99) @ Origin.com

Posted by on October 28, 2014 at 4:30 PM

Canadian Freebie: Crusader   No Remorse Free (Was $4.99) @ Origin.com

Take advantage of this limited time offer from Origin.com to download Crusader: No Remorse for free to your PC.

This is the base game, standard edition. The usual fine print applies. You must be 13 years or older, have access to an internet connection, and have an Origin account as well. This game is rated ‘Teen’ due to animated violence. The so-called ‘animated violence’ is pretty obvious since almost every screen capture of the game features a good amount of red from something blowing up or being shot.

Here is the game description:

As a Silencer, one of the elite enforcers of the World Economic Consortium, you’re supposed to be incorruptible. But if the system you serve is utterly corrupt, where does that leave you? You go over to the Resistance, the same pack you used to hunt down. Now, your former employers better watch their backs because you’re coming after them with all the firepower at your command.

Crusader: No Remorse was released way back in 1995 so it doesn’t have all those fancy-shmancy little graphics that you might be use to by now. However, if you played this back in the day it might be a nice nostalgic trip down memory lane. Happily, if you are still trucking away on an old computer, this game has very simple system requirements that your vintage computer just might be able to fill. Check it out.

While I would never pay $4.99 for this game myself, it is not a bad thing to pick up free. I am always a fan of free entertainment and this looks well equipped to take me into another world for at least a few hours.

If any of our Moosers have played this game, let me know! Your comments will help guide other lost souls on whether they should bother with downloading No Remorse or not.

(Expiry: unknown)

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October 28

The Source Canada: Playstation 4 DUALSHOCK 4 Wireless Controller (Damaged Box) | Was $70 Now $43 (Expired)

Posted by on October 28, 2014 at 10:19 AM

The Source Canada: Playstation 4 DUALSHOCK 4 Wireless Controller (Damaged Box) | Was $70 Now $43 (Expired)

Good morning, my fellow deal hunters! The Source is currently having a sale on Playstation 4 DUALSHOCK 4 Wireless Controllers that have a damaged retail box. Normally retailing at The Source for $69.99, you can now purchase one of these PS4 controllers for $42.24 – that’s one spicy deal! Although the box is damaged, will that really matter when you tear it open so you can use this PS4 controller to play your video games? Another nice bonus is that you’ll also qualify for free shipping when you order this Sony PS4 controller!

If you plan to play your Sony PS4 video game system with your friends, then getting a second controller is a necessity (unless you’d rather play with them online). Since Sony Playstation 4 systems typically come with only 1 controller, you would need to buy a second controller separately, which can be pricey. After all, it would cost you $64.99 if you bought a Playstation 4 DUALSHOCK 4 Wireless Controller if you got it from popular retailers like Best Buy or Future Shop.

I’m still on the fence regarding the PS4 and Xbox One console war. I just want to see what other games will be released next year before I make a decision on the console that I want to purchase, since I’m very happy currently with my Wii U, PS3, and Xbox 360 (not to mention the many classic video game systems that I still buy games for). However, if I had to make a decision based on the games that are currently available, I would go with the PS4.

I’ve included a brief review of this PS4 DUALSHOCK 4 Wireless Controller from a satisfied Best Buy customer below:

Controller is great! The controller won’t fall apart and no need to swap battery or tape the light. BTW the light is used with the PS camera to track movement and use Gameroom. Great for kids!

Like many clearance deals at The Source, this may not be in stock for very long, so check it out now! Happy hunting, Bargainmoosers!

(Expiry: Unknown)

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October 27

(Xbox 360) Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas Just $3.74!

Posted by on October 27, 2014 at 1:30 PM

(Xbox 360) Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas Just $3.74!

Got an Xbox 360? Then you’re going to want to bust it out for this oldie because it’s a steal of a deal! For a limited time, you can get Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas for just $3.74 for Xbox 360.

Oh the memories! Vice City is actually the very first GTA game I ever played and since it right away hooked me, I just had to get San Andreas as well once it came out. Despite being widely criticized for its gangster elements, it is nevertheless a very fun game.

Searching for its original release date, I actually found that Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas first came out on October 26th 2004, which definitely explains the price drop as it has been nearly a decade!

If you’re wondering why the heck you should play a decade-old game, the answer it simple: it’s fun, addicting and I’m sure that you’ll forget all about how old it is. Graphically, it may not be as visually impressive as the latest instalment to have been released, GTA V, but at the time of its release, it was actually widely praised for its visuals. Plus, if you’re a GTA fan and have already finished GTA V, then it might be fun to either re-visit the oldies or play them for the very first time if you haven’t already just to get a handle on the story line.

Although there aren’t any in stock at Amazon, Future Shop is selling this version of the popular game for $19.99. There are plenty of immensely positive reviews online but here’s one I took from Future Shop’s site:

What can I say This game is amazing. From gameplay, graphics and story, this game is unbelievable. The offline co-op game will take you a long time if you want to get 100 completion like I did . I’ve put in 94 hours offline alone. lol. This game is addictive.

However, if you’re excited about the hot coffee mod, then you may be disappointed to know that a patch disabled the script that allowed users to access it. If you haven’t heard about the hot coffee mod, a quick search in Google will tell you all about it as it might not be the most appropriate GTA fact to mention here! (Xbox 360) Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas Just $3.74!

(Expiry: Unknown)

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October 27

Future Shop Canada: Metal Gear Solid V Ground Zeroes | Was $35 Now $20

Posted by on October 27, 2014 at 11:30 AM

Future Shop Canada: Metal Gear Solid V Ground Zeroes | Was $35 Now $20

Good morning, my fellow video game fans! Future Shop currently has a good sale on Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes for the Sony PS4 system – it normally costs $34.99, but you can now purchase this game for just $19.99 (plus $5 shipping). If you spend at least $5.01 more at Future Shop, you’ll qualify for free shipping, so I highly recommend that you pick up a cheap game or movie – after all, you’ll be spending $5 on shipping anyways if you don’t buy anything else. You may as well get something extra with that money.

If you’ve ever heard of the Metal Gear series, then you likely know how successful they’ve been. Originally appearing on the original Nintendo video game system in 1988 (it was first released in Japan on the MSX computer in 1987), Metal Gear experienced a huge resurgence a decade later when this series made a remarkable return on the Sony Playstation in 1998. Metal Gear Solid was a huge hit, and its cinematic-like cutscenes and exceptionally fun stealth gameplay made this one of the most popular games that year.

Fast-forward to 2014, and it’s easy to see that the Metal Gear Solid series is very popular with young and older gamers alike. Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes may not be a full-fledged Metal Gear Solid game (according to reviews, it’s more like a side-quest), but it can still be an important piece of your video game collection.

If you wanted to buy Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes for the PS4 at Game Access, it would cost you $34.99. It was $29.99 at Newegg, but it’s currently out of stock. I’ve included a brief review of this game from a satisfied Future Shop customer below:

MGS Ground Zero is worth every penny. Beat the game in about 2 hours however only 8% done. A lot of achievements and Easter eggs Future Shop Canada: Metal Gear Solid V Ground Zeroes | Was $35 Now $20

I hope you all enjoy the rest of your day, Bargainmoosers!

(Expiry: 30th October 2014)

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October 26

Xbox Live Marketplace Canada: Get 50% To 75% Off Select Xbox 360 Games

Posted by on October 26, 2014 at 7:00 AM

Xbox Live Marketplace Canada: Get 50% To 75% Off Select Xbox 360 Games

This is an intriguing deal that Xbox 360 owners can check out. When you log into the Xbox Live Marketplace, you can now save anywhere from 50% to 75% on a handful of great games! You won’t have to worry about paying shipping either, since you’ll be able to download these games on to your Xbox 360 system and play them soon after your purchase! All I can say to that is the following: whooo!

Here are the games that are included in this enticing Xbox Marketplace sale:  Alice: Madness Returns ($4.99 – was $19.99), Dead Space ($5.09 – was $14.99), Dead Island: Riptide ($9.99 – was $19.99), Dead Space 3 ($4.99 – was $19.99), and Mass Effect ($4.99 – was $19.99).

This sale doesn’t seem like something that’s being promoted too much by Microsoft, so click on the individual game links above to check out each deal. Get them quickly, because they just might go back to regular price soon!

These are some very familiar games – they certainly aren’t any discounted indy games! Mass Effect has had quite the following for a while as well, so it’s quite the popular game. If you’re looking for a way to enjoy some great titles on your Xbox 360 for a cheap price, then you should download these games.

If you were to purchase Mass Effect from Best Buy, it would cost you $19.99. These titles might be older, but they’re still great if you haven’t tried them before. I’ve included a brief review of Mass Effect from a satisfied Amazon customer below:

This review is short but sweet. Get Mass Effect now if : you remotely enjoy RPG’s AND/OR are a science fiction aficionado. Enough said.

These games may not be discounted for very long, so if you want them, get them as soon as you can. I hope you’re all enjoying your weekend!

(Expiry: Unknown)

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October 25

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

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 (EXPIRED)

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 25

Best Buy Canada: Pre-Order White Xbox One Sunset Overdrive 500GB System Bundle | $465 Value Now $400

Posted by on October 25, 2014 at 8:37 AM

Best Buy Canada: Pre Order White Xbox One Sunset Overdrive 500GB System Bundle | $465 Value Now $400

Hey there, my fellow gamers! Best Buy currently has pre-orders available for the new White Xbox One Sunset Overdrive system bundle, and until October 30th, you can get it for $399.99! The value of this bundle is $464.99, and Xbox One systems with no games included typically retail for the same price ($399.99). Plus, you’ll also qualify for free shipping! Even though it won’t begin to ship until October 28th (this Tuesday), stock is very limited right now, so this will be your chance to still get this great deal!

This special White Xbox One Sunset Overdrive bundle comes with the system (with 500GB of storage space), a wireless controller, and a digital copy of the new Sunset Overdrive game (you’ll just have to redeem your download voucher online, so no physical copy of the game is included, but you get a full download of the game). It also includes special Day One Edition in-game content for this brand spanking new game, which is already getting major airtime (you may have seen the commercial for the game by now).

Sunset Overdrive is currently getting some major hype, as this fun-looking game has been anticipated for quite a while. Now that it’s going to be released this Tuesday, people that were waiting for the right time to purchase an Xbox One system can finally do so. After all, you’re essentially getting the game for free with the Xbox One console for this price ($399.99).

If you went to WalMart and bought an Xbox One system with no games, it would cost you $399.99, and a copy of Sunset Overdrive would be an extra $64.96. I’ve included a brief review of the Xbox One system from a satisfied Best Buy customer below:

My son has been very happy with the xbox one. He loves the upgrade that allows him to watch TV while playing a game.

Best Buy doesn’t have many of these systems remaining in stock at this time, so check out this deal while it’s still available! I hope you enjoy the rest of your Saturday, my fellow Bargainmoosers!

(Expiry: 30th October 2014)

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October 22

Newegg Canada: Digital Games Sale – Save Up To 70% On Square Enix Titles

Posted by on October 22, 2014 at 10:30 AM

Newegg Canada: Digital Games Sale   Save Up To 70% On Square Enix Titles

Newegg is currently having a digital games sale, which should please PC Steam users. Right now, you can save up to 70% on a deep selection of Square Enix titles, which includes familiar games like Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light ($2.99 - was $9.99), Deus Ex: Human Revolution Director’s Cut ($6.99 – was $19.99), and  Sleeping Dogs ($6.99 – was $19.99). What’s great about purchasing digital games is the fact that you can play the games that you bought shortly after purchasing them! This sale is on until October 24th, so take advantage of these sales while you can.

This is one sweet sale from Newegg. From Tomb Raider to Kain & Lynch, there are plenty of familiar franchises that you can find here. Some other great games that are worth checking out here include Thief ($10.49 – was $29.99), Tomb Raider: Anniversary ($3.14 - was $8.99), and Hitman Absolution Professional Edition ($10.49 – was $29.99).

Seeing a good mix of older and new games in this sale started to make me feel a little nostalgic. I first played Tomb Raider on a demo disc for the Playstation 1. Remember how awesome those PS1 demo discs were? They would be packed with tons of playable demos, so you would be able to try out a myriad of different games before you purchased them. Anyways, when I first tried out Tomb Raider (it was Tomb Raider 2), I thought the controls were slightly clunky and unresponsive, but it was still a cool game. The newer Tomb Raider games thankfully have much better controls, and look fantastic, too!

Hitman Absolution Professional Edition usually sells for $29.99 on Amazon’s American website. Listed below is a brief review of this game from a satisfied Amazon customer:

I gave it a 5 out of 5 stars because it is a game with an interesting story line, many ways to fulfill objectives, and has plenty of replay-ability. I usually steer away from 1 player games because I like the dynamics of playing against human opponents. With this Hitman I have gone back and tried new ways of taking down enemies and used different locations to draw or distract my victims.

If you enjoy playing PC games, and you’re a fan of Square Enix, then do yourself a favour and check out this deal. Happy gaming, Bargainmoosers!

(Expiry: 24th 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 20

Best Buy Canada: Buy 3 Select PS4 Titles And Get 25% Off Each Game

Posted by on October 20, 2014 at 9:30 AM

Best Buy Canada: Buy 3 Select PS4 Titles And Get 25% Off Each Game

Calling all PS4 gamers! Best Buy is currently having a decent deal for those that are looking to augment their Sony PS4 video game collection – when you purchase at least 3 select PS4 games, you’ll get 25% off of each game! That’s a sweet deal for those that are doing their Christmas shopping now – after all, if you’re planning to buy some of these games anyways, why not take advantage of these savings? You’ll also qualify for free shipping with your order.

There are quite a few PS4 games that you can choose from for this deal, including many titles that were recently released! Most of the titles that qualify for this deal are at least $40 (except for LEGO Marvel Super Heroes, Rayman Legends, and Trials Fusion, which are $29.99 each). Some of the titles that you can save on with this deal include the recently released and highly popular Destiny ($52.49 - was $69.99), EA Sports UFC ($52.49 - was $69.99), NHL 2015 ($52.49 - was $69.99), Diablo III ($41.24 - was $54.99), and Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn ($33.74 - was $44.99). If the game is at least $40, it will qualify for this deal. Remember that you have to purchase at least 3 of these PS4 games to qualify for this deal – if you did, you’ll see the amount that you’re saving in your shopping cart.

I don’t have a PS4 system yet, but it looks like there’s plenty of great games that are currently out. From classic sports titles like FIFA 2015 to the latest popular titles like Destiny, the PS4 is definitely picking up some steam!

If you were to purchase these titles anywhere else, you’d be paying the regular retail prices that Best Buy usually charges – for example, Destiny was just released about a month ago, and it’s more than $69 everywhere (it’s $69.99 at Future Shop, and $69.96 at WalMart). I’ve listed a brief review of Destiny for the PS4 from a satisfied Future Shop customer below:

Since I received my copy of Destiny for PS4 I have not been able to stop playing it. It puts Titanfall to shame!

This deal may not last for long, so check it out while it’s still valid! Happy gaming, my fellow Bargainmoosers!

(Expiry: Unknown)

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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 18

66% Off The Stanley Parable @ Steam: Only $5.77 (PC Game)

Posted by on October 18, 2014 at 11:00 AM

66% Off The Stanley Parable @ Steam: Only $5.77 (PC Game)

I spotted a deal on Steam for a little indie game called The Stanley Parable. It’s currently down to only $5.77CA, a 66% discount on the regular price!

The description of the game is quite intriguing, and captured my imagination:

…is a first person exploration game. You will play as Stanley, and you will not play as Stanley. You will follow a story, you will not follow a story. You will have a choice, you will have no choice. The game will end, the game will never end.

From what I saw, it looked like the “locked room” or “hidden object” type games which I really enjoy to play in my spare time. I instantly bought The Stanley Parable… so thought I should play it for 15 minutes before I started to write this blog post. When I started playing, it almost feels more like one of those “choose your own adventure” type games, as I had to make choices as to which door to go through, and things like that.

Throughout the course of the game, there is a very funny narrating voice, with comments such as:

Stanley stepped into the broom closet, but there was nothing here, so he turned around and got back on track.

I got to the “end” of one story line of the game, and it just restarted back at the start, enabling me to play again and make different choices.

I had a smile on my face the whole time I was playing this little game, it’s got a very good sense of dry and witty humour. I’ve only played it for half an hour so far, but I will be playing it more this evening.

When googling for reviews, The Stanley Parable scores 88% on Metacritic, and 9/10 from over 13k reviews on Steam itself. Some very good scores! IGN states that it is:

…witty, unusual and quietly discomfiting, The Stanley Parable is a successful experiment in interactive narrative.

For less than $6, this is a bargain indie game for a few hours of fun.

(Expiry: 19th October 2014)

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