Change is good, right? Not only does it come in handy for vending machines but it also keeps life interesting. That's why we've launched a new format for our review pages this week (if you haven't already seen it in action, head over to our Batman: Arkham Origins review) ... and that's also why we're changing up the way we do DealsRadar. So strap yourself in to your favorite chair and get ready to "deal" with it! (groan)
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As you know, this game has a dog in it. But what you may not know is that if you pre-order Call of Duty: Ghosts from Dell on your choice of platform you will also get a free $25 Dell gift card when the game ships. That effectively knocks the price down to just $34.99 ... which is much less expensive than a real dog.
We heard this one has a dog in it too. We also heard that Dell has the same offer: pre-order Battlefield 4 on your favorite platform and get a $25 Dell gift card when it ships. Once again that basically knocks the price down to just $34.99. Not only does that save you some dough but you get to say to yourself, "Dude, you're getting a Dell gift card."
Transform your bedroom, office, or manchild cave into Hyrule Castle with these super-cool Legend of Zelda wall decals from ThinkGeek. These clings — which remove without leaving any residue — mimic the look of stained glass and feature a Wind Waker-style Link in one of two action poses for just $34.99 each. As Link would say, "..."
If there's just not enough Batman in your life right now, why not pick up this DC Comics brawler on the cheap? After all, GamesRadar's Lucas Sullivan called this a "licensed fighting game done right" in his four-star Injustice: Gods Among Us review. Right now Amazon has it on sale for about $40, which is about $20 less than you would typically pay. It also ships for free.
Talk about a shocking deal! Right now Green Man Gaming has PC downloads of BioShock Infinite on sale for a mere $13.59 — a whopping 66% less than the usual price. GamesRadar's Lucas Sullivan (of Injustice: Gods Among Us fame) gave this one the full monty in his five-star BioShock Infinite review: "Regardless of your affinity for the FPS genre, Infinite deserves your attention, and it’s the kind of landmark experience that happens only a few times in a gaming generation." 'Nuff said!
Last but not least, Green Man Gaming also has PC downloads of the indie darling Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons on sale for just $7.49, which is half-off the regular price. We gave it 4.5 stars in our Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons review and called it "the rare game that gets better the more you play." While it may not be the longest game in the world, it's certainly one of the most interesting ... and at this price, one of the most tempting as well.
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