With the launch of Final Fantasy XIV’s Stormblood expansion, tons of players are exploring the new post-level 60 content. But if you’re on the right game server, massive experience point bonuses are a great incentive to take a break from the new stuff and start a new job at level one.
Having trouble deciding between Pokémon Alpha Sapphire and Omega Ruby? Now you can just buy both in one box, with a download code for 100 potions for each game to boot.
In case you were on the fence about preordering a copy of LittleBigPlanet for the PlayStation Vita, LittleBigDaddy and LittleLittleSister are here to push you over the fence, and maybe kill you just a little.
I was initially skeptical about Stan Lee's cameo appearance as a playable character in The Amazing Spider-Man. Now that I've see this video, I might be persuaded to buy an entire Stan Lee game.
In Prototype 2 Sgt. James Heller is infected with a mutagen that gives him access to an amazing variety of super powers. One would think Best Buy and Radical Entertainment could come up with a preorder incentive more compelling that vehicle armor.
These long, dark years of waiting are finally over as the latest entry in the Twisted Metal series goes gold. The vehicle combat spectacular races into our hearts on February 14, and it's bringing a love letter from multiplayer shooter Starhawk along for the ride. Pretty sweet, right?
Twisted Metal co-director David Jaffe manages to make fans of the series extremely happy and me feel incredibly old in one fell swoop.
Twice has Best Buy lured commenter I.Q.1 to its door with exclusive preorder goodness, and twice has he been denied. A cautionary tale, courtesy of Speak Up on Kotaku.
Not content to merely offer its usual single soundtrack CD, Atlus has gathered four discs of fighting music to entice players into putting their money down on The King of Fighters XIII.
If you're on the fence about picking up Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary, these preorder bonuses might seal the deal.
Art book or golden gun? Poster or multiplayer skin? In today's Speak-Up on Kotaku, commenter Monsieur.Froid wants to know why some people prefer in-game collector's edition prizes to tangible swag. What's your poison?
Commenter Curly Haired Boy rages against retailer-exclusive bonus items in today's installment of Speak-Up on Kotaku.
Michael Jordan isn't the only greatest-ever performer highlighting his sport's video game this year. Bret Hart and his inimitable Sharpshooter submission hold are playable with a bonus code you get for preordering THQ's Smackdown vs. Raw 2011 from Best Buy.
Preordering Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood delivers you the Harlequin for use in multiplayer. Should you lay down your $5 there for this bonus? This video gives you a little more to think about - and a nice view of Rome's architecture.
Fans willing to give digital download a try when THQ's Darksiders releases on the PC this week will get a free game for their trouble, scoring Titan Quest, Red Faction: Guerrilla, or Company of Heroes depending on where you buy.
The publisher known for bringing quirky Japanese titles stateside is getting into the Naruto business this fall, with two new Naruto Shippuden games coming to the Nintendo Wii and DS this November courtesy of Atlus.
Blur comes out next week, and should you choose to pick the game up at Kmart or Sears for some strange reason, you'll find a chromed-out BMW waiting for you when you launch the game.
It seems to me that you'd want to announce all of your retailer preorder exclusive items at the same time, to avoid shutting out one particular store, but here comes Jazz, ready to fight multiplayer battles for Best Buy customers.
While I believe that torn-off bunny parts are gifts reserved for more romantic occasions, Valve's just handing out these severed rabbit heads as one of three bonuses for players buying the new Sam and Max game on Steam this week.
As far as purchase incentives go it's no Halo 3 multiplayer beta, but Crackdown 2's preorder bonus armor is definitely...okay, I've got nothing.