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[PSN] Tom Clancy's Sale - no Division

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[PSN] Tom Clancy's Sale - no Division

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It really sucks that The Division and/or the season pass aren't on sale as I was hoping they would see at least a minor discount, but I guess the game is doing too well right now. Anyway, enjoy!

PS4

Rainbow Six Siege $51.99
Rainbow Six Siege Gold Edition $65.99

PS3

Endwar $4.99
Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter 2 $4.99
Ghost Recon: Future Soldier $4.99
Rainbow Six Vegas $4.99
Rainbow Six Vegas 2 $4.99
Splinter Cell Blacklist $9.99
Splinter Cell Blacklist Ultimate Edition $12.49
Splinter Cell Chaos Theory HD $3.74
Splinter Cell Double Agent $4.99
Splinter Cell HD $3.74
Splinter Cell Pandora Tomorrow HD $3.74

PSP/PSV

Endwar $2.49
Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter 2 $4.99
Ghost Recon Predator $4.99
Rainbow Six Vegas $4.99
Splinter Cell Essentials $2.49

PS1

Rainbow Six $1.49

Pre-orders:

Alienation $17.99 (04/26/16)
Doom $71.99 (05/13/16)
Invisible, Inc. $17.99 (04/19/16)
Stories: The Path of Destinies $13.49 (04/12/16)
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I wonder which one(s) are worthy to pick up among the three Splinter Cell HD trilogy games. Never played any Splinter Cell game before.

Blacklist should be $5 as well, I've seen the physical copy go for that several times at EB.
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Batarang wrote: I wonder which one(s) are worthy to pick up among the three Splinter Cell HD trilogy games. Never played any Splinter Cell game before.

Blacklist should be $5 as well, I've seen the physical copy go for that several times at EB.
Splinter Cell Chaos Theory is the highest rated Splinter Cell game of all-time, coming in at 94.02% on Xbox on gamerankings. Splinter Cell got 92.49% and Splinter Cell Pandora Tomorrow got 92.37% so they were all amazing games. The classic trilogy only got 67.72%. People said the visuals are lacking and there's no online multiplayer. People also complained about frame rate issues.
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OUCH! $51.99 for R6 Siege ON SALE, wasn't it $40 boxing day?
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ph00p wrote: OUCH! $51.99 for R6 Siege ON SALE, wasn't it $40 boxing day?
I've seen it used at a couple of game shops for $29, and Amazon Warehouse Deals had a copy for $35 last week.
I was gonna buy it until I realized that there is ZERO single-campaign. :(
Mode wise, it's almost like Battlefront, but without the cool Star Wars nostalgia.
Will buy new @ $20 or under.
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ph00p wrote: OUCH! $51.99 for R6 Siege ON SALE, wasn't it $40 boxing day?
It was $40 at Bestbuy and EB Games a few weeks ago. I bought it then.
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Batarang wrote: I wonder which one(s) are worthy to pick up among the three Splinter Cell HD trilogy games. Never played any Splinter Cell game before.

Blacklist should be $5 as well, I've seen the physical copy go for that several times at EB.
I know it's not on sale, but if you haven't played any of the Splinter cell games, I would highly recommend Conviction as it was a great introduction to the series for me, as my first Splinter Cell game. It also lets you play the entire campaign co-op with a friend which none of the other games have ever included since. It's back from 2010 so might be able to find it for cheap?
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Has anyone tried the Vita version of the games?
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Square Heroes 1:69 for PS+ members.

Easy platinum, shame if it had a Vita version I would buy.
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Kishnabe wrote: Square Heroes 1:69 for PS+ members.

Easy platinum, shame if it had a Vita version I would buy.
Nice looking out. I'll grab that for that price. Platinum fodder. :D
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Someone who works for Sony North America thought it would be great to do 'developer sales' for months to push last gen. game sales....can't complain too much. Wallet has been safe since I splurged $100 to get $15 back.
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Said212 wrote: Someone who works for Sony North America thought it would be great to do 'developer sales' for months to push last gen. game sales....can't complain too much. Wallet has been safe since I splurged $100 to get $15 back.
It really is a great strategy. People still with PS3's can get some pretty good games for cheap. And who knows, maybe one day, 50 years from now, they'll be backwards compatible.
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Siege was $4.97 at BestBuy a couple weeks ago never mind $40. I bought it for $35 on release day -- $51.99 is a joke.
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daveinsurgent wrote: Siege was $4.97 at BestBuy a couple weeks ago never mind $40. I bought it for $35 on release day -- $51.99 is a joke.
Woah, totally missed that deal. Looks like it went real quick.
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Jaytee wrote: Woah, totally missed that deal. Looks like it went real quick.
Special editions at bestbuy often fall in the 5-10$ range for clearance but they are usually gone in minutes when it happens.
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Jaytee wrote: Woah, totally missed that deal. Looks like it went real quick.
Don't feel too bad. Almost nobody actually gets in on those Best Buy clearance deals. I wouldn't use them to judge pricing.

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