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Ah, we remember the days when we'd play Atari, Sonic the Hedgehog, and Super Mario Brothers. Today's best video game deals might not cater to your nostalgia, but these discounted titles are sure to keep your thumbs busy and your wallet full. Expand your collection with new and used games for Wii, PlayStation 3, XBox 360, and more.
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Is It Worth It?: The days of Pictionary and Trivial Pursuit dominating parties are over thanks to the endless possibilities the Nintendo Wii provides. Right now newegg is offering Wii Party for Nintendo Wii bundled with a Nintendo Wii Remote Controller for just $19.99. At $22 less than what we could find anywhere else, that sounds like an Editors' Choice pick to us. On Wii Party, we'll let GameSpot do the talking: "Wii Party is an inventive and varied game that's fun for the whole family."
Is It Worth It?: In the digital world, "used" is just as good as "new," so there's no reason to pay top dollar to play video games. At Best Buy, purchase two used video games and get a third used video game of equal or lesser value free (discount applies in-cart with three eligible games). You can choose from literally hundreds of used PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and Nintendo Wii games.
Is It Worth It?: Walmart currently has a bunch of interesting video game bundled deals. Here's how they break down: select four Nintendo Wii games for $20, four Nintendo DS games for $20, two PlayStation 3 games (pictured) for $30, two Xbox 360 games for $30, or two Nintendo Wii games for $30. Lots here to choose from, so you'll surely find a few enticing titles.
Is It Worth It?: This Editors' Choice video game deal involves a quick trip to Best Buy where you can pick up Duke Nukem Forever for PlayStation 3 for just $2.99. PC Gamer says it's "an entertaining FPS wrapped in juvenile, smut-laced humor." Sounds like fun!
Is It Worth It?: Looking to expand your library of Windows games? Why not download some from this Editors' Choice deal: Dungeon Siege 3 (pictured), for $4.99, is "one of the best hack-and-slash options out there for consoles, and it's no slouch on the PC front, either," according to Game Informer. Meanwhile, IGN gives Deus Ex: Human Revolution, for $6.99, a 9.0 rating, calling it "a smart, rewarding piece of transhumanist noir." Looking for more PC video game downloads?