Still haven’t played Mass Effect 3? Well, now you can get yourself Shepard’s final adventure — complete with thrilling action sequences, beautiful graphics, memorable characters, and that infamous ending that will inspire you to send death threats to Bioware — for just $30 bucks today.In addition to that, Amazon is also offering a series of deals throughout the day, so if you wanted to pick up some relatively recent-ish games for pretty cheap, you might want to keep checking Amazon’s sale page every few hours… or you could just use this handy schedule:
6-8 am Ear Force X32 Headset $ 64.99
8-9 am PlayStation Move Eye $20
9-10 am PlayStation Move Motion Controller $25
10-11 am PlayStation Move Navigation Controller $ 15
11-2 pm PlayStation Move Sharp Shooter $20
12-1 pm PlayStation Move Shooting Attachment $10
1-3 pm The King of Fighters XIII $24.99
3-5 pm Final Fantasy XIII-2 $ 24.99
5-7 pm Street Fighter X Tekken FightStick Cross/Line $99.99
7-9 pm Sifteo Interactive Game Cubes $99.99
9-10 pm Disney Lego Pirates of the Carribbean (DS) $ 9.49
At $25, King of the Fighters XIII is a steal: as I stated in my review, I think it’s simply one of the best fighters to come out this generation. Despite a patch, the online play is still kind of gimped, but if you don’t mind playing mutliplayer the old fashioned way (locally) then KoF is simply one of the deepest, most balanced fighters out there.
While you’re picking up KoF, it might be a good idea to also get a fight stick with it, and conveniently enough, the Street Fighter X Tekken fight stick is also going to be on sale today. Sure, it might feel wrong to play KoF with a stick branded with characters from its rival franchise Street Fighter, but real men mod their arcade sticks anyway.
Final Fantasy XIII-2 will also be marked down to $25. To be honest, it’s kind of a terrible game, and like Mass Effect 3, it has a cop-out ending that will likely cause you to throw your controller in frustration. If you’re looking for a quality jRPG under 25 bucks, you’d be better off with an older title like Nier or Lost Odyssey, or looking for one on the handheld systems. Or, if you really want a similar experience to FFXIII-2, you can just pay someone to dunk your face into a gas station toilet. I haven’t tried it myself, but I’ve heard it’s actually a very comparable experience to playing FFXIII-2.
Source: Cheap Ass Gamer