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RPG Deals 10/3 – 10/9

By Russ | October 3, 2010 at 6:56 pm

Coupons and giveaways seem to be the orders of the week, with Xbox Live and 4 Warriors of Light generating the most interesting deals.  Rumors for next week may save quite a bit if the rumor proves true.

Deals I Have Used: I did buy Front Mission: Evolved.  I’ve only touched the multiplayer to any extent.  It is greatly underwhelming thus far.  Balance issues ahoy, cap’n.

K-Mart is giving away a $15 game coupon with purchases of Final Fantasy: 4 Warriors of Light for the DS this week.  For those interested in Pokemon Ranger: Guardian Signs, a $10 coupon is printed out after purchase.

Xbox Live is offering a promotion on the system’s dashboard.  Microsoft is charging $85 for two years and giving 1600 Live points to be deposited to your account at a much later date.  With Live going to cost $60 per year and the free Live points, this is a decent deal.  The only catch is that you must have an existing Gold account.  No 1 month promo cards or 48 hour cards accepted.

Amazon is offering Monster Hunter 3 with the classic controller for $40.  It normally goes for $60.

Best Buy has an odd coupon active from October 6 – 11.  The link is here.  It’s 10% off certain items in the store provided you have a Reward Zone membership.  Video games are part of the deal.  It looks like you can use it for up to three games on one receipt.  The coupon is odd, as it has to be presented with your phone’s browser.  Looks like you would be able to use it at multiple stores if you have them in the area.

Best Buy is also offering a download of Symphony of the Night with purchases of the new Castlevania game.  While I’m at it, K-Mart is offering a $20 coupon when you purchase the new Castlevania game.

The rumor for next week is a ‘buy 2 get 1 free’ deal on all video games at Toys R Us.  Let’s see if it happens, shall we?

That’s all I got for this week.  Happy Hunting.

Disclaimer: Deals may not be available in all stores. Deals may stop and any time.  Prices in each store may differ. You can try different stores to mitigate this, and always ask if a store has the item before leaving the store. You might be able to get a raincheck. Many deals are in-store only, except where specified.

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