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RPG Deals 11/28 – 12/4

By Russ | November 28, 2010 at 6:00 pm

Cyber Monday is tomorrow.  What is your favorite store planning?

Cyber Monday deals are a little harder to get a hold of than Black Friday deals, since no ad has to be printed for Cyber Monday.  GameStop has sent out an e-mail for the sale, and Wal-Mart seems to have done the same.  It would be best to head to the site you order from the most and take it from there.

One of GameStop’s Cyber Monday deals is Borderlands: GOTY for $30.

Wal-Mart is offering Fable III for $50 on Cyber Monday.

For this week:

K-Mart is giving customers a $10 gaming coupon with purchases of Golden Sun: Dark Dawn.  Additionally, Dragon Quest IX is 50% off with all purchases of Golden Sun.

This week, Target is offering Pokemon: Guardian Signs for $22, and Golden Sun: Dark Dawn for $32.

Trinity Universe is down to $40 at several places.

I picked up far more than I should this past weekend.  Majin and the Forsaken Kingdom ($23 on Amazon), Halo: Reach ($30 lightning deal on Amazon, and a gift), Time Crisis: Razing Storm ($31 on Amazon), Trinity Universe ($40 at Best Buy), some movies, and Transformers toys; a shame of mine.  I’ll probably order Borderlands: GOTY tomorrow as well.  What did you get?  Share on RPG Land’s twitter and facebook pages.

Holiday Advice:

This week’s advice is about driving.  I was sideswiped this past weekend.  The incident was minor, but it did remind me of a tip to give.

When approaching the end of a row in parking lot, come to a complete stop.  I know there are some great deals out there you just have to have, but each row of parking should be treated like a street with a complete stop at the end of each row.  This may not be a state law in your area, but it is a good practice to prevent accidents or running over or into other shoppers.  As for pedestrians, all the right-of-way in the world does not shield you from a SUV crushing your legs.

It might be easier to think people merging into your lane are crap outta luck.  Try to be understanding and follow the ‘every other’ rule.  Let one car go before you.  Then you go.  You will be surprised to see the car behind you mimic the action.  Try it out next time you go shopping.  It’s pretty neat, and helps prevent accidents.

Stop signs are complete stops.  Several drivers forget this.  A four-way intersection with four stop signs can be confusing, but whoever got to the stop sign first goes next.  A millisecond of hesitation is not a signal for a person to hit the gas as hard as possible.

If the line is too long to get out or into the mall parking lot, and you feel impatient, backing up is a bad idea.  Be patient.  If you didn’t want to run into traffic, you should have stayed away from the mall areas.  If you have to go through or by a mall area, you have lost the right to complain or attain some sense of road rage.  It is your fault for traveling there.

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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