Cheap Game Deals – December 2013
The year is ending, which means it's your last chance to grab 2013's final gaming deals. Thanks to Amazon, we can end it with a bang with the BioShock Triple Pack. And how fitting, since Rapture goes to hell on New Year's Eve 1958. While tonight's festivities will hopefully remain fun and violence-free, you can explore the ruins of Rapture in BioShock and BioShock 2, then marvel at the ingenuity of the floating city of Columbia in BioShock Infinite.
Normally this would set you back $80 for all three games, but Amazon is offering the downloadable PC version of the triple pack for $14.99. That, my friends, is a steal. Of course, there are a few other deals floating about if you didn't want to explore dystopian societies within a gaming world. Check them out below.
Did you say you wanted all three BioShock games for a cheap price? Well, here you go! Amazon's crazy year-end deal drops the price of the BioShock Triple Pack to $14.99. You'll be saving $64.98 on this deal, which is just enough to get a new console title. It's the deal that keeps on giving.
Explore the island of Yamatai as budding adventurer Lara Croft. This origin story is a gritty reboot of the Tomb Raider series and shows us a young Lara trying to survive while solving a supernatural mystery on a lost Japanese island.
Best Buy has WWE 2K14 for $20 off. Play as your favorite wrestlers and recreate some of the most iconic battles. If your friends say wrestling is fake, show them how fake it is by clotheslining them -- in-game, of course.
We've actually got a sale on some next-gen versions of games this week, namely Battlefield 4's Limited Edition. There's destruction, loads of weapons and even some second screen features that use your tablets. The future of first-person shooters is here and it's on sale.
Want some dark fantasy in your action role-playing game? Then pick up Dragon's Dogma: Dark Arisen and fight hundreds of creatures with your friends. Try not to die as you face terrible monster after terrible monster, all with powers that render your skills useless. Buckle up and grab some buddies, because it's always better to die with others.
The newest iteration in the Call of Duty series is discounted this week at Kmart. Come find out what you've been missing and compete against a myriad of other players online. Or if you'd rather work cooperatively, there's also the Zombies mode. Whatever your speed, Call of Duty: Ghosts has something for you to do. And dogs.
If you're sick of your friends and your town, you can grab Animal Crossing: New Leaf and start over. Become the mayor of town and help it grow by enacting laws, helping businesses flourish and beautifying the environment. And now that you can hook up with other people online, you can show off your new digs with pride.
Ever wonder what happened after the events of Persona 4? Well, now you can find out in this fighting/adventure game. Reunite with your friends and find out why the Midnight Channel is back and pitting allies against each other in martial combat. Grab it from Amazon now for only $20.49 on PlayStation 3 and $27.97 on Xbox 360.
Take a vacation to Neo-Paris in the year 2084 with one of Capcom's most recent games, Remember Me. You'll step into Nilin's shoes as she uses her abilities as a memory hunter to enter people's minds and remix their memories.
The third chapter of the Max Payne saga can be yours for under $13, folks. Join a grizzled Max, years after the events of Max Payne 2, as he takes a job in Sao Paulo, Brazil. As always, Max runs into some trouble and has to shoot and dodge his way around a legion of seedy characters. Grab it now from Amazon.
Behold the grudge match between some of PlayStation's most beloved characters. It might not be Super Smash Bros., but it comes pretty close.
Who doesn't like a good origin story? Check out God of War: Ascension and follow Kratos's journey from the very beginning. You'll only have to pay $30.80 on Amazon, so it's worth every buck. Once you're done with the story, you can fight online and dominate your foes!
The platforming magic known as Rayman Legends is available for a few bucks less than its normal price on Amazon. You can run, jump and helicopter your way through tons of levels and even play with your friends cooperatively. There's plenty of content packed into this game, so you'll be platforming for days.
The craziness of Suda51 is on full display in Grasshopper Manufacture's newest game, Killer is Dead. Play as Mondo and slice your way through an adventure full of crazy characters and a cel-shaded style that truly complements the anime-esque feel of the game. You can pick it up for $20 less at Best Buy.