Sometimes Cheap Games Come From The Most Unexpected Places…

Harvey Norman — a brand mostly associated with overpriced technical goods and Gerry Harvey ranting about import culture and mostly being old and out of touch. That was yesterday. For the next two days only, Harvey Norman should be associated with super cheap video games. I know, no-one was more surprised than me.

Because for today and Thursday, Harvey Norman is having a 50 percent off all games sale, and there are actually some really, really good deals in there. You can buy them online for home delivery or pick up in store.

Mass Effect 3 is $39, Skyrim is $39, Batman: Arkham City is $30. These are pretty stellar prices, being perfectly honest.

Head to Harvey Norman’s website for more information.

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