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Last week, we offered you a look at Steam's Summer Sale, ripe with 5 PC games for $25. But those sitting behind a gaming laptop aren't the only ones having virtual fun this summer! For the console gamer, we've rounded up five video game deals starring, Nemo, Jason Brody in Far Cry 3, and others, all of which should keep you from being bored in the A/C this summer.
Is It Worth It?: While this Editors' Choice game is re-release, IGN assures us that it's a fun mixed bag of mini-games that center around helping the ocean-loving Nemo rescue his bowl-bound buddies. Plus, the "Feel the Magic" theme helps tie up some of the loose ends from Nemo's theatrical flick.
Is It Worth It?: This sequel injects players into a world that Game Critics calls "marvelously designed and scripted... and in constant motion," as players discover the culture and uncover the secrets of Columbia. This Editors' Choice Premium Edition comes with Dark Horse Comics' 64-page The Art of BioShock Infinite, a lithographic Devil's Kiss Vigor print (designed by Jorge Lacera), exclusive 25mm resin-cast Handyman figure, and a hand-painted Murder of Crows keychain.
Is It Worth It?: Rally the troops and keep an ear to reality while maneuvering through a vast, dangerous, and beautiful battlefield in this video game that shines on PS3 thanks to its "horsepower [that] cranks out gorgeous vistas." And since this team-based game is online only, you'll also get a Bluetooth headset in this Editors' Choice deal.
Is It Worth It?: This Editors' Choice video game has fallen to the all-time low price of just $20. While deemed a thinking man's shooter, this game also has its fair share of of carnage as we follow Jason Brody turn "from vapid young man into a monster."
Is It Worth It?: This RPG may look "look familiar, archetypical and even safe, it is in fact something special and a part of the "elusive ranks of the best PlayStation 3 exclusives." And despite being an easy-to-beat game, you'll likely want to go back and play the side quests and battle it out for the Platinum Trophy.