Bethesda%26lsquo;s latest opus is sitting pretty with a 91 on Metacritic and stands head and shoulders above the other RPGs out there at the moment. The Digital Deluxe Edition includes a bunch of DLC for the game including the Warden%26rsquo;s Keep expansion and a Grimoire of the Frozen Wastes among other things. While a book about a frozen tundra sounds pretty boring, you can%26rsquo;t argue with the price.
If you%26rsquo;ve ever had an urge to buy the Bulk of THQ%26rsquo;s releases from the past few years, now%26rsquo;s your chance. This collection includes Red Faction Guerilla, Warhammer 40k: DOW and two of its expansions, and a slew of other strategy, racing and shooter games. All told you%26rsquo;ll be saving roughly $250 off the games%26rsquo; retail prices, so if you%26rsquo;ve got an abundance of free time coming up, it%26rsquo;s time to dust off the credit card.
Spirit Tracks may not be the best of the series, but it's still a Zelda game, which means it beats the snot out of 90% of all the other games out there. DS games tend to hold their value really well in addition to rarely being on sale, so now's the time to hop aboard the choo-choo and beat down Ganondorf.
Historical RTSes can be a little dry for some folks, but Good Old Games points out a major selling point for Empire Earth 2: %26ldquo;%26hellip;this is the only way to check out what would have happened when one tank would attack XV century Heavy Cavalry!%26rdquo; It%26rsquo;s like Darkest of Days minus all the fail! If blowing up horses with a tank can%26rsquo;t convince you to spend 10 bucks nothing will.
Mar 16, 2010