Daily Deals 7/4 – Killzone Trilogy, Final Fantasy XIV, Gamestop Trade-in Offers, Unit 13, and more

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7941658968_9025a18c4f_zPS3 Deals:

Killzone Trilogy Collection – $29.99 shipped at Amazon
Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn Pre-Order with $10 Credit – $39.99 shipped at Amazon
Resident Evil: Revelations – $38.63 shipped at Amazon
Dead Island Riptide Rigor Mortis Edition – $44.99 shipped at Amazon
Also available for the same price at BestBuy.com

500GB PS3 Bundle with Gran Turismo 5 XL, inFamous 2, and Playstation Move – $299.99 shipped at BestBuy.com

Xbox 360 Deals:

Resident Evil: Revelations – $39.99 shipped at Amazon
Also available for the same price at BestBuy.com
BioShock Infinite: Premium Edition – $44.99 shipped at BestBuy.com
Dead Island Riptide Rigor Mortis Edition – $44.99 shipped at Amazon
Also available for the same 5005363price at BestBuy.com

Wii U Deals:

Wii U Gaming Essentials Kit – $5.99 shipped at BestBuy.com
Includes a GamePad case, GamePad skin, two replacement styluses, and screen cleaner.

Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate – $34.99 shipped at Amazon
Resident Evil: Revelations – $39.99 shipped at Amazon
Also available for the same price at BestBuy.com

3DS Deals:

TheatRhythm Final Fantasy – $17.99 with free store pickup at BestBuy.com
Scribblenauts Unlimited Bundle (Exclusive) – $19.99 in-store at Gamestop
Includes the game, a Pencil stylus, and a 3DS jacket.
Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Summoner: Soul Hackers – $29.97 shipped at Amazon

Playstation Vita Deals:

Unit 13 – $17.99 shipped at 5003783BestBuy.com
Army Corps of Hell – $17.99 shipped at BestBuy.com

Other Deals:

Ticket to Ride (iOS) – $2.99 on iTunes  (Normally $6.99)
Skylanders Individual Figures – 2 for $20 in-store at Toys R Us

PC Game Deals:

Amazon has the following PC games on sale as part of their Summer Sale:
Bioshock Dual Pack – $4.99
Max Payne 3 – $9.99
Batman Arkham GOTY Pack – $11.49
Rockstar Classics Bundle – $14.99
Grand Theft Auto IV Complete and Max Payne 3 Complete Bundle – $19.99
Max Payne 3 Complete and LA Noire Complete Bundle – $19.99

View the complete selection here.

Here are the current trade-in offers good in-store at Gamestop/EB Games:

30% extra credit towards select products. Show
Trade-in 3 or more games and $3 extra credit on each game with a TIV of $2 or more Show
Trade 2 eligible games get new game for $9.99 Show

Source: CAG

The best deals today include the Killzone Trilogy, a price low by $10, the 500GB PS3 Bundle, a price low by $65, Resident Evil: Revelations, a price low for all 3 systems by $9-$10 each, Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Summoner: Soul Hackers, a price low by $10, Starcraft II, a price low by $8, Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate, which is $5 under its previous mention and a price low by $22, the BioShock Infinite: Premium Edition, a price low by $33, the Dead Island Riptide Rigor Mortis Edition, a price low for either system by more than $30, and Metro Last Light, a price low by $15.

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  • Brian Hinson

    Made my very first purchase on X-Live today… picked-up the Orange Box and Crysis… thought about getting the Far Cry game… but I don’t know… after having already played Far Cry 3 and it being so awesome… probably pass on it.

    Thought about picking up State of Decay, but I’ve got so much to play through, I’ll wait for either a sale or until I just want to play it next and then just get it.

    • Andy

      I haven’t played Crysis, but The Orange Box is a fantastic package. If you haven’t played Portal yet, I think you’ll enjoy it. One of my favorite puzzle games. And Team Fortress 2 is a lot of fun.

  • Brian Hinson

    I have Portal 2 for PS3, but haven’t played it yet. I own Crysis for PC, but at the time I was so busy I never got to play it, so it’s just sat in the box for years now. I figured I’d rather play on my big hdtv, so for 5 bucks, I got it. I think I only payed 4 dollars for the pc version at Best Buy years ago.

  • Brian Hinson

    Also my job at the time was programming, web development etc… and my machine was always having to be wiped clean and freshly installed regularly. I just never put the game back on the computer and never played it.

  • Brian Hinson

    Just in case you get lured in to buy Mass Effect on the Xbox sale, DON’T!!! Buy it for PS3… in fact ME 1 and 2 are better on PS3, especially ME 1! ME 1 on Xbox is almost unbearable… the screen tearing and the frame rates and dropped frames… good god… the ps3 version was built years later using a different engine, while not perfect it runs far better than the Xbox version.

    I had bought ME1 for Xbox before I knew of the issues…. but I got ME2 on ps3. I can tell you that if you think a love affair between Star Wars and Star Trek would be an awesome thing, and you want to know what it’s like to play through a movie like that… then this is your series! These games are something different and refreshing from anything I’ve played before.

    • Andy

      That’s good to know. Thanks. Still have to see Star Wars and Star Trek, then I’ll be able to decide if a crossover between them would be a good thing. :)

      I’ve had the ME games on my ‘might be interested’ list for a while. Maybe when a good deal pops up for the trilogy I’ll snag it. If I don’t like the first game I can always resell it quickly.

  • UnanimousTick79

    Mass effect is def. in my top ten games of all time…..The mass effect trilogy is a gaming masterpiece….I almost never played any of them after trying the ME2 demo online….I hated it….but it was a big mistake…What a game/s!

  • Brian Hinson

    ME1 was good, ME2 is awesome, can’t imagine what ME3 will be like. I think my ME1 experience would have been better had I had the PS3 version. I’m seriously considering getting it on ps3 to replay, it was good!

    Also if you can imagine Halo with role play and puzzle action and an open-ish world (galaxies) then that may bring it into focus.

    I think if you don’t hate ME1, then you’ll love ME2 as it just improves so much on the first.

    Of course when I compare ME to Star Trek I really mean the various tv series and not the movies though certainly they would apply but the tv shows more because of all the role play, diplomacy and exploration you do in the game.

  • Andy

    Hmm. I’m definitely intrigued! Will have to keep an eye out for it. Maybe if the Trilogy drops a little more I’ll bite. I could go for something different from what I’ve been playing lately.

  • Brian Hinson

    I think you’ll get lost in it all (I mean that in a good way)… just yesterday I was supposed to sweet talk a killer lesbian (I’m playing as a female in the game instead of male, I don’t know how this would change if I had chosen to be a male???) and I must have not done so well… she caught on to me, said she was going to get drinks… and left instead. Supposedly, she lures victims in by her charms/dancing/erotic-ways…. and then sucks their soul or something… I was supposed to get her to take me back to her apartment (for an ambush), but I said something that spooked her… so no hot alien lesbian love fest… perhaps I’ll track her down later in the game… they said I had only one chance and I blew it! lol and the story is that this women is the daughter of a member I recruited earlier who lives/works by a “code”, but swore temporary allegiance to me because I helped her and so that my morals are her morals and she can avoid her code for now, but promised that if I did anything dishonorable she might have to kill me after we are done according to her code. You can perform what are called renegade actions… they are pretty cool, but might upset this character if you have her on your away party when you do one? She is powerful, so I’ve been taking her along.

    You can win the loyalty of your recruits if you help them with their personal stuff… this character wanted me to help her with her killer daughter who lures.

    Yeah, and that is a minor plot/story line in the game. Also there seem to be many more puzzles in ME2… I don’t really remember puzzles in ME1? But I played most of it months and months ago… so perhaps there were some, but these really stand out, very fun to figure out.

    • Andy

      Sounds very interesting. Can’t say I’ve played a game where I’ve tried to sweet talk a killer lesbian, lol.