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

8 September 2014

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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)

TOPICS:   Toys   Gaming

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