Video Game Deals FTW: $25 off at GameStop, Halo 4 Preorders + Credit for $60

By , dealnews contributor

No doubt we've come a long way from the days of Pong and PacMan: today's video game market is overflowing with titles. We found some standout options though, and these Editors' Choice video game deals for Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 are sure to please all kinds of players. Be sure to also check out our daily video game deals for other options.

  1. GameStop Coupon
    Discount: $25 off two games priced $59.99 or more via coupon code "2SAVE25"
    Shipping: $4.99 s&h
    Expires: May 30

    Is It Worth It?: Are you the kind of video game player who's got to have two games going at once? Then this deal from GameStop is right up your alley. As one of the best discounts we've seen this year from GameStop, you can save $25 off two games of your choice (so long as they're in stock and amount to $59.98 total) via coupon code "2SAVE25", and be set for the next, say, three weeks of gameplay!

  2. Assassin's Creed: Revelations for PlayStation 3 or Xbox 360
    Vendor: Amazon
    Price: $19.99 with free shipping via Prime
    Lowest By: $17

    Is It Worth It?: This Editors' Choice video game centers on the final chapter of Ezio's epic adventure. But if story gets a little dull for you seasoned players, for the first time in franchise history, you can experience a game within a game: hours of Animus-dedicated gameplay in an Assassin's Creed spin-off. Note that the PlayStation 3 version has an estimated ship date of 2 to 4 weeks.

  3. Halo 4 for Xbox 360 Preorders bundled with a $25 Microsoft Store Credit
    Vendor: Microsoft Store
    Price: $59.99 with free shipping
    Lowest By: $24
    Expires: November 5

    Is It Worth It?: OK, so Halo 4 for Xbox 360 doesn't come out until November 6, which is a long way off especially since summer isn't even officially here yet. But instead of waiting in line on November 5 at midnight, preorder this highly anticipated title now, and you'll not only have Halo 4 in your hands come its release date, but you'll also bag a $25 Microsoft Store credit that you can put towards spending during Black Friday sales in November. Sounds like an Editors' Choice deal to us.

  4. Forza Motorsport 4 for Xbox 360 Kinect
    Vendor: Microsoft Store
    Price: $29.99 with free shipping
    Lowest By: $22

    Is It Worth It?: With this Editors' Choice deal, we're showing a little love to the racing game enthusiasts. In Forza Motorsport 4 for Xbox Kinect you'll experience the all-new World Tour Mode with new tracks and courses situated around the globe. You can also use the controller-free Kinect system to experience bone-jarring physics, new levels of customization, and select from a roster of dream cars and tracks. In Italian, forza means "go," so what are you waiting for?

  5. FIFA Soccer 11 for PlayStation 3
    Vendor: Toys "R" Us
    Price: $14.98 with free in-store pickup
    Lowest By: $9

    Is It Worth It?: You'll shout "¡GOL!" as you land another Editors' Choice deal that takes you into the heart of thrilling soccer action. Available for in-store pickup only at Toys "R" Us, FIFA 11 features Personality+: a new wrinkle that sees individual abilities reflected in game, enabling clear differentiation for every player.

Front page photo credit: Top News Arab Emirates

Lou Carlozo is a dealnews contributing writer. He covers personal finance for Reuters Wealth, and was most recently the managing editor of, and before that a veteran columnist at the Chicago Tribune.

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Emily Dovi (DealNews)
The game ($60) is bundled with a $25 credit.
Was it a typo? Where is the $60 credit stated in the title? Did you mean $25?