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With the reveal of Microsoft's new console slated for May 21, the market for video game deals and computer game deals may soon be changing. But that's not to say you can't score any one of these five Editors' Choice deals and be a winner right now! From preorders to bonus points, these offers are FTW.
Is It Worth It?: Tied with our March mention as the best deal we've seen on these points since last fall, this purchase gives you the goods on Xbox LIVE for $0.01/point. So bonus points for you — literally, 400 of 'em — if you take advantage of this great deal by April 27.
Is It Worth It?: This latest installment in the Lara Croft chronicles follows our young heroine as she treks across a forgotten island fraught with physics puzzles, enemies, and natural obstacles spawned by the game's unpredictable environments. This "exhilarating action adventure" serves as a "terrific origin story for the iconic Lara Croft.
You can also download Tomb Raider for Windows for $24.99 (a low by $12). This is also an Editors' Choice deal at $2 under our mention from six days ago, and the lowest price we've seen.
Is It Worth It?: This game isn't due until out until October 22, but anytime you can snag some advance savings on a hotly-anticipated title, it's worth the wait. This game features an expanded Gotham City and introduces a prequel storyline occurring several years before the events of Batman: Arkham Asylum and Batman: Arkham City.
Is It Worth It?: And now, your medal of honor for smart shopping: This deal is tied with our February mention as the lowest total price we've ever seen for this top 10-selling games. But don't miss the ceremony, so to speak; if you order the Windows version, it's available for in-store pickup only.
Is It Worth It?: Pat Benatar once sang, "Love is a battlefield." And while we're waiting for Pat to make her appearance in a retro video game — florescent fuchsia zebra leotards and all — we're betting you'll love this "Battlefield" deal. The game isn't scheduled to ship until on or around December 31, but this preorder offer is already tied with our mention from three weeks ago as the lowest total price we could find for both full games alone (without the expansion) by $17.
Note that a physical copy of Battlefield 3 will be shipped to you upon order; the premium expansion pack will arrive with Battlefield 4 when it releases. We're told Battlefield 4 will feature a character-driven campaign that starts with the evacuation of American VIPs from Shanghai and follows your squad's struggle to find its way home.