New PSP Dual Pack bundles featuring two bundled games grabbed from the "Greatest Hits" and "Favorites" collections hits both retail and the Playstation Network store this week.
Prepping for the upcoming March 27 launch of the 3DS, Target reminds Kotaku that they now accept DS, DS Lite, DSi and DSXL as trade-ins for store credit at some stores. Current values are: DS - $20, DS Lite - $30, DSi - $45, DSXL - $60. Not bad for essentially cash. But GameStop is running a better deal for 3DS credit…
Capcom has a fire sale going on for nearly a dozen of their iPhone games, dropping the price to a penny shy of a dollar.
Hellboy and Pan's Labyrinth director Guillermo Del Toro is bringing his creative vision to bear on the games industry. Last week he teased a "big deal with a big company." According to the LA Times, that big company is THQ.
A retail tipster sends word that Walmart will be selling an Xbox 360 Arcade with a $100 gift card for $199 this Saturday.
BioShock and The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion are going on sale as a bundle for the PC and Xbox 360 beginning next month, Bethesda Softworks announced today.
Beginning now through June 30th, purchasing select movie tie-in games at GameStop scores you a free movie ticket to help curb the buyer's remorse that sets in soon after said purchase.
Toys R Us is testing out a new program to buy used video games for store credit at some stores in the New York area, the national toy retailer told Kotaku today.
Indie darling of 2008, Braid is heading to Steam next month for $15.
A friendly tipster sent in this picture they say they snagged at a GameStop showing that the national retailer will be offering a $50 gift certificate with any purchase of a new Playstation 3.
It looks like Aurora Feint II: The Arena is already getting a discount. We broke the news yesterday that the upcoming sequel to popular iPhone role-playing game was hitting later this week for $10, but the developers contacted me last night to let me know they've decided to drop the price initially. "I've just been…
Amazon deals! No, no, no Amazon Nintendo deals! Today's Amazon Goldbox has kicked off with Super Smash Bros. Brawl, originally priced at US$49.99, but now going for $25.99. Whadda steal. Throughout the day, Amazon will be cutting prices on nine - yes, NINE - Nintendo titles. Expected games and times are:
Just a quick reminder to those of you who didn't see the ads, or the announcements earlier this month, Wal-Mart is offering a $100 store gift card to anyone who buys a Blu-ray player from them between June 8 and June 14.