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Believe it or not, we have it on good authority that South Park: The Stick of Truth is actually coming out tomorrow, which means that your time to save by pre-ordering is quickly running out. Updated: Get it on GreenManGaming for $45 with code VRW14X-M2YVEU-B0C9OT.

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If the code doesn't work for you, try 061269-BIMBGU-JRDM3J instead.


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The Sky: The Art of Final Fantasy slipcased edition hardcover | $31


Amazon is offering a bonus $10 credit toward pre-orders on $20 or more of traded in games. Eligible titles to apply the promotion toward include Infamous: Second Son and Dark Souls II. [Amazon]

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Sony's Playstation Network Spring Fever promotion is back for 2014, discounting some big indie titles for Playstation Plus members. [Playstation Blog]

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Fire sale on the girl on fire. Sorry, had to. Pre-order The Hunger Games: Catching Fire on blu-ray for $20, or grab the Best Buy-exclusive steel book edition that includes Catching Fire and the first film for $28. Both out on March 7.

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Sony's MDR10R headphones have a great reputation, and you can get a wired or Bluetooth pair today from Amazon for $50 off their normal asking price.

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Sony MDR10R Stereo Wired Headphones | $100

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Sony MDR10RBT Stereo Bluetooth Headphones | $150


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There's no shortage of external chargers out there, but this Intocircuit pack features a truly gargantuan capacity, plus the ability to charge many laptops, in addition to phones and tablets. $75 is as cheap as we've ever seen it.

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If you don't need one quite that big, Newegg has a respectable 8400mAh pack for just $19 today, after a $7 rebate.

Intocircuit Power Castle 26,000mAh External Charger | $75

Thermaltake Silver 8400mAh TriP Portable Power Pack | $19 After Rebate and Promo Code LUCKY10SAVE


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Samsung's SSDs are some of the fastest on the market, and they aren't wrapped in fake leather either, so we have no trouble recommending them. We've found several sizes on sale today, from various retailers.

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If you've been interested in sampling the offerings of Audible.com, you can do so now for less than $1/month for 3 months. If you decide it's not for you, simply cancel before the 3-month period ends. [Amazon Local]

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See all the upcoming releases here.

March 4

  • XCOM: Enemy Unknown Complete Edition | PC
  • South Park: The Stick of Truth | PS3/360/PC | 20% off PC version with code MAR20OFF
  • The Walking Dead Season 2: Episode 2 | PS3/360/PC/Mac/Vita/iOS/Android/Ouya
  • Dead Nation: Apocalypse Edition | PS4 | Free on Playstation Plus
  • Awesomenauts Assemble | PS4| 20% off for Plus members
  • Master Reboot | PS3 | 20% off for Plus members
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March 18

  • Metal Gear Solid: Ground Zeroes | PS4/PS3/One/360
  • Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster | PS3/Vita | Pre-order PS3 version to get free upgrade to limited edition
  • Yaiba: Ninja Gaiden Z | PS3/360/PC/iOS | Free soundtrack with pre-order of console versions
  • Frozen | $23
  • SteamWorld Dig | PS4/PS3/Vita | 20% off for Plus members
  • Luftrausers | PS3/Vita | 20% off for Plus members
  • Shin Megami Tensei | iOS
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  • Pokemon Battle Trozei | 3DS eShop

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  • Shovel Knight | Wii U/3DS/PC/Mac/Linux

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SavingPrincess
SavingPrincess

Weird place to bring this up, I know, but...

I think in retrospect, the Vita's biggest ACTUAL issue was the memory cards. If you want a viable portable system, with games on the system and not carrying around a bunch of cards... it turned the system from a $250 system to a nearly $400 system. The fact that they were proprietary, and thus expensive for the size of the card, probably kept a lot of people away from the system and caused a lot of owners of the system to invest less into purchasing digital content for it.

I love my Vita, but when the memory cards cost almost twice as much per GB than SSD's do, it's a little ridiculous. I paid ~$90 for my 32GB card and with PS+ and the digital games I purchase, it's already full. To expand the memory now I'm looking to turn the Vita into a $500+ system (i.e. the cost of a current gen console) and will still have to worry about losing one of the tiny cards.

3DS works because the games are small, and the cards are non-proprietary... and this is 'effing Nintendo we're talking about, who are normally the KING of proprietary. The 3DS is out-classed by Vita on almost every front, but that storage issue creates a huge inconvenience for people. There's no reason games like SMT: IV, Bravely Default, etc. couldn't have gone to the Vita, except the install base is low, so they went to the 3DS... I think the fact that we're calling +$120 for a 64GB memory card a "deal" worthy of posting has a LOT to do with that.