Bargain Hunter: Any Good Easter (Software) Deals?

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We've taken a look at what hardware deals we've spotted in this Easter's retail catalogues. Now, with the help of psycho bunny from Silent Hill 3 (as seen above in Metal Gear Online), it's time for software.

I've picked out a heap of titles I think many of you will be interested in. Again, my recommendations are in bold:

BIG W (ends April 11) Assassin's Creed (360) - $29 Burnout Paradise (360) - $29 F.E.A.R. 2: Project Origin (360) - $68 Grand Theft Auto IV (360) - $68 Killzone 2 (PS3) - $88 Midnight Club Los Angeles (360) - $68 Rainbow Six: Vegas 2 (360) - $29

GAME (ends April 16) Burnout Paradise (360) - $40 Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare GOTY Edition (PC) - $49 Crisis Core: Final Fantasy (PSP) - $49.95 De Blob (Wii) - $45 Dead Space (360, PS3) - $60 FIFA 09 (360, PS3) - $60 Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars (DS) - $50 Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories (PS2, PSP) - $25 Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories (PS2) - $25 LEGO Indiana Jones (DS) - $25 LEGO Star Wars 2 (DS) - $25 LEGO Star Wars: The Complete Saga (DS) - $25 Madworld (Wii) - $59 Mirror's Edge (PC) - $60 Ratchet and Clank: Tools of Destruction (PS3) - $40 STALKER + Company of Heroes (PC) - $30 World of WarCraft (PC) - $24 World of WarCraft (PC) - The Burning Crusade: $24

JB HI-FI (ends April 20) Alone in the Dark (360) - $29 Animal Crossing: Wild World (DS) - $34 Broken Sword (DS) - $44 Broken Sword (Wii) - $59 Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare GOTY Edition (360, PS3) - $49 Canis Canem Edit (PS2) - $18 Crysis Core Final Fantasy (PSP) - $37 Drawn to Life (DS) - $29 Endwar (360, PS3) - $59 F.E.A.R. 2: Project Origin (360, PS3) - $69 FIFA 09 (360, PS3) - $59 Grand Theft Auto IV (360, PS3) - $69 Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas (PS2) - $18 Guitar Hero World Tour super bundle (PS2) - $248 Halo Wars (360) - $79 The Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass (DS) - $34 Mafia (PS2) - $18 Mario Kart (DS) - $44 Metal Gear Solid IV: Guns of the Patriots (PS3) - $49 Midnight Club 3 (PS2) - $18 Mirror's Edge (360, PS3) - $64 New Super Mario Bros (DS) - $44 Professor Layton (DS) - $34 Rainbow Six: Vegas 2 (360) - $29 Red Dead Revolver (PS2) - $18 Splinter Cell: Double Agent (360) - $29 Super Mario Galaxy (Wii) - $49 Super Paper Mario (Wii) - $49 Super Smash Bros Brawl (Wii) - $69 Viva Pinata: Pocket Paradise (DS) - $34

KMART (ends April 11) Animal Crossing: Let's Go to the City (Wii) - $60 Guitar Hero World Tour super bundle (360, PS3) - $259 Ninjatown (DS) - $30 Super Smash Bros. Brawl (Wii) - $60

TARGET (ends April 22, unless stated otherwise) Assassin's Creed (360) - $30 Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare GOTY Edition (360) - $50 Far Cry 2 (360) - $70 Halo Wars (360) - $80 LEGO Star Wars: The Complete Saga (Wii) - $37 New Play Control! Mario Power Tennis (Wii) - $37 New Play Control! Pikmin (Wii) - $37 Metal Gear Solid IV: Guns of the Patriots (PS3) - $37 (ends today) Ratchet and Clank: Tools of Destruction plus Dual Shock 3 bundle (PS3) - $99 (ends today) Sega Mega Drive Ultimate Collection plus Wireless Controller bundle (360) - $99

TOYS R US (ends April 14) New Play Control! Mario Power Tennis (WIi) - $40 New Play Control! Pikmin (WIi) - $40 New Super Mario Bros (DS) - $50 Super Mario Galaxy (Wii) - $70 Super Paper Mario (Wii) - $70 Super Smash Bros Brawl (Wii) - $70


Comments

    Nice Idea thanks Dave.
    Problem is that none seem to have anything substantial for PC gamers, so stuff em all.
    I will just keep saving for my new HD4870 GPU thanks.

    Picked up some goodies this weekend:
    Stranglehold Special Edition (Xbox360) from GAME for $29
    Far Cry 2 Special Edition (Xbox360) from Harvey Norman $45

    Thanks David. There looks to be quite a few bargains on offer there (Mirror's Edge is calling me).

    I've got a bit of a random question that might be better placed in ecogamer.com but I have been waiting for Race Driver:GRID to come down in price for a while now (PS3 version). It's been out for 9 months yet it is still $110 at my local JB Hi-Fi (and no better at other around the Sydney CDB). I have seen games released before and after of varying success get price cuts yet not that one.

    I'm afraid to bite the bullet as I know when I do, a price cut will surely follow :)

    Has any body else been in a similar situation sticking around waiting for games to go down a bit and they just stay full price?

    If you aren't afraid of importing. You can get mirrors edge for around $35 from many of the uk game stores online. So if after a game that hasn't dropped try websites like 365games.co.uk, game.co.uk or sendit.com

    Gametraders:

    DS: Final Fantasy XII Revenant Wings $30

    PC:
    Civ 4 Complete $40
    Command and Conquer 3 $20
    Unreal Anthology $20
    Battlefield 2 Complete Collection $40

    @Steven ta!

    If i'd known about gametraders I'd have picked up revenent wings when I picked up Professor Layton after work

    cheers mate, i try not to get games unless its a deal, and i reckon there's loads of other people who do the same. plus in this economic downturn and all difficult to explain this bill in comparison to the rest

    Thanks for the bargain list!

    @Lucas: Thanks for the link to 365games.co.uk!!! Just ordered myself Fallout 3 for $56 incl. delivery (which is free to Australia, no idea how they manage to do that?). Had a look for it yesterday and at JB Hifi they're selling it for $105!!!

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