A Previous Generation of Savings: 3 Xbox 360 Games for $20, $10 PS Vita Titles


The Xbox One and PlayStation 4 are out, and that means gamers can expect awesome price drops on last-gen games and hardware. Here we're highlighting five previous-generation video game deals that'll keep you happy with your current system. Right now, you can save $18 on Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 and its DLC, pick out three Xbox 360 games for just $20, and grab Gravity Rush for the PS Vita at a $9 price low.

  1. Call of DutyCall of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 for Xbox 360 bundled with the Downloadable Content Collection 1
    Store: Amazon
    Price: $14.99 with free shipping via Prime
    Lowest By: $18

    Is It Worth It?: If you never got around to buying Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3, no worries. Now you can pick it up for Xbox 360 bundled with the first DLC pack, which adds additional maps and missions. The A.V. Club raved about this title when it was first released, calling the campaign "an enjoyable current to be swept into, because these story-driven firefights never overstay their welcome." Now you can get swept away with this Editors' Choice CoD bundle for just $15, an $18 price low.

  2. Xbox 360 games3 Xbox 360 Video Game Bundle
    Store: Walmart
    Price: $20 with in-store pickup

    Is It Worth It?: There's no shame in filling out your Xbox 360 collection with other people's cast-offs. At Walmart, you can pick up three used Xbox 360 titles for just $20, or $6.67 per game. It's the best offer we've seen on used Xbox games at Walmart this year, so you've got very little to lose by picking up titles like Duke Nukem Forever, Kane & Lynch Dog Days 2, Call of Juarez: The Cartel, and more.

  3. Gravity RushGravity Rush for PlayStation Vita
    Store: Amazon
    Price: $9.99 with free shipping via Prime
    Lowest By: $9

    Is It Worth It?: Handheld gaming enthusiasts will love Gravity Rush for the PS Vita, a platformer with RPG elements. Machinima's reviewer found the game's central mechanic of gravity manipulation to be "clumsy at times," but still gave the game a 9/10 score, as it "dares to be different in an industry dominated by familiar sequels and samey gameplay." Experience this quirky title for yourself at the Editors' Choice price of $10, and you'll save $9 for your efforts.

    Looking for more PS Vita titles? Amazon takes discounts a selection of PlayStation Vita video games, offering each for $9.99. Prime members bag free shipping, and each game is a price low by at least $9.

  4. Sony PlayStation VitaUsed Sony PlayStation Vita WiFi System
    Store: CowBoom
    Price: $99.99 with free shipping
    Lowest By: $84

    Is It Worth It?: If you'd love to take advantage of the sale above but lack a PS Vita, you're in luck! CowBoom is offering a used unit for just $100, which is the best price we've seen for this handheld console and a clear Editors' Choice pick. Features include a 960x544 multi-touch 5" OLED display, a multi-touch pad on the rear of the device, dual analog sticks, and front and back digital cameras.

    Note: No warranty information is provided. Also, this used unit may be missing parts or accessories and have significant scratches or scuffs.

  5. Super Mario 64Super Mario 64 for Nintendo DS
    Store: Best Buy
    Price: $14.99 with in-store pickup
    Lowest By: $10

    Is It Worth It?: Super Mario 64 shines as one of the best Mario games to date, and now you can pick up the classic title's Nintendo DS port for the Editors' Choice price of just $15, saving $10. At the time of this game's release, IGN said the update "offers up some genuinely creative and enjoyable ideas to complement the existing, already fantastic Nintendo 64 game design."

    Now is a great time to grab titles for every gaming platform in your house at Best Buy; it's discounted a selection of PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Nintendo Wii U, Nintendo 3DS and DS, and PC games to $14.99 each. Opt for in-store pickup and you'll save a ton on games like Fire Emblem Awakening for Nintendo 3DS, which is a $25 price low.

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