In honor of PAX East, PopCap is giving away the popular and painfully addictive Peggle Deluxe for free. Peggle runs on both PC and Mac, and the code you'll receive receive in your e-mail is good for 5 activations. The pinball-meets-pachinko mix of happy accidents and total chaos allows you to take credit for events you couldn't possibly have planned, then turn around and blame the game when you miss an easy shot by a few degrees. This will almost certainly be the cheeriest header image we ever have, enjoy. [PopCap]
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• Register a 3DS XL and a copy of Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon or Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity to receive a FREE digital game. Choices include Super Mario 3D Land and Star Fox 64 3D. | Nintendo via Reddit
• 3DS ($129.99) | Target via Reddit | Normally $170 | Purple and Aqua versions not on sale.
• 3DS XL ($159.99) | Target via Reddit | Normally $200 | Pikachu version is on sale, but available in-store only in very limited quantity. If you can't find one at a Target, try price matching at Best Buy.
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Just in case anyone was on the fence about Harvest Moon 3D: A New Beginning it is an excellent game for fans of the series and fans of simulators in general. They added so many different things to do (and subsequently the days are longer) that I feel like it is the best iteration in the series yet.