Todays Video Games Deal of the Day on Amazon.com is Namco Museum DS for Nintendo DS. The game is only US$9.98. Retro games included are Pac Man, Galaga, Xevious, Dig Dug II, Galaxian, Mappy and Tower of Druaga.
Amazon.co.uk now have some Blu-ray movies priced at £6.98 to £9.98. There are some great titles there. Well worth a look.
Top 10 list as of Thursday May 7:
- No Country For Old Men – £7.98
- Zodiac – Director’s Cut – £7.98
- Earth – £7.98
- Cloverfield – £7.98
- Street Kings – £11.98
- Sweeney Todd – The Demon Barber of Fleet Street – £7.98
- Juno – £7.98
- Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix – £7.98
- Jumper – £7.98
- Hellboy – £7.98
This Weekly Special at Play-Asia.com is a steal. You can get Banjo-Kazooie: Nuts & Bolts for only US$11.90. The bad thing is that the game will only work on a Japanese Xbox 360. But if you do have it, get the game, it’s great.
Here is the game description taken from Play-Asia.com:
Famed game developer Rare Ltd. is reviving one of its most beloved and successful franchises exclusively on Xbox 360® with the third installment of the Banjo-Kazooie series. Banjo-Kazooie®: Nuts & Bolts® embraces new and old fans alike, as the famous bear and bird duo return in stunning high definition for an unique adventure of epic proportions. The Lord of the Games (aka LOG) is tired of the petty squabbling between Banjo and the evil witch Gruntilda (aka Grunty) over the years, and has arranged a showdown to decide the rightful owner of Spiral Mountain. Claiming to have created every video game ever made, LOG has built the game worlds in which the contest’s challenges take place. Banjo must complete LOG’s challenges to win, while Grunty tries to stop him using every method her devious mind can muster.
Throughout your adventure, create your own abilities by building vehicles for Banjo to pilot over land, water, and air. Vehicle parts, which range from simple devices such as engines and wheels to more unusual equipment such as springs and egg guns, are earned and collected throughout the game. Use your imagination to combine parts in any order to create whatever vehicle you choose. LOG’s challenges have one goal, but your choice of vehicle and tactics will determine how you get there. By exploring worlds and solving puzzles, you will be rewarded with more advanced and diverse vehicle parts in your quest to defeat Grunty once and for all.
With the power of Xbox 360® and Xbox LIVE®, Banjo-Kazooie: Nuts & Bolts brings an entirely new experience to the console and takes the franchise to a whole new level of enjoyment. High-definition graphics, user-created content, and online gameplay are just three of the many advances people of all ages and skill levels will discover as they embark on their adventure.
This Weekly Special on Play-Asia.com is Tom Clancy’s H.A.W.X. for Xbox 360 at US$ 24.90. The game is region free.
Here is the game discription taken from Play-Asia.com:
As the era of the nation-state draws toward its end, the world of warfare is evolving rapidly. New challenges demand new solutions, sometimes with unpredictable outcomes.
For many years, state-sponsored militaries have struggled to maintain and modernize their forces. Increasing budget restrictions and difficulties in recruiting skilled personnel have led many countries to seek other solutions. More and more nations now rely increasingly on Private Military Companies (PMC) – elite mercenary groups staffed with equally elite personnel – to support their field operations.
With each passing year, the PMCs expand their influence and scope of activity. Initially just consultants, they are now involved in surveillance, logistics, site security, and other essential roles. In order to keep the war machine going most of the PMC warranted firms dealing with other sources of income such as mining, oil extraction, airliners, goods manufacturing etc. Ensuring a steady flow of currency allowed these companies to operate a tighter game against their opposition. Each year, they come closer to serving as fully operational field units, and their services are so widely used they’re already essential. Pandora’s Box has been opened. There’s no getting rid of the PMCs now.
- E.R.S. is in-game technology that helps turn novice aviators into elite pilots of the future. The Enhanced Reality System is the core of the HAWX flight experience: aircraft interception trajectories, incoming missile detection, anti-crash system, damage assessment, tactical map, and weapons trajectory control. E.R.S. also allows players to issue orders to their squadron and other units, making this system as iconic to HAWX as the Cross-Com system is to Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter®!
- Players can ease into their flight missions and gain a level of comfort with the use of the assistance mode. Once employed, players can take full advantage of their technological support through the E.R.S and gain maximum piloting security. If the situation calls for the player to unleash the full potential of the aircraft, the assistance mode can be switched off and all safety features will be deactivated. This comes with increased risks, but allows the player advanced dogfighting maneuvers and stunning third-person views
- For the first time ever in the air-combat genre, players will be able to experience the entire solo campaign with seamless JUMP IN/JUMP OUT functionality. In PVP mode, players can challenge each other in intense dog-fighting sessions and find out who’s the top gun. Winning players are rewarded with experience points and money to unlock more weapons
- Players have the opportunity to take the throttle of over 50 famous aircrafts, and take them over real world locations & cities in photo-realistic environments created with the best commercial satellite data on the civilian market
On Monday, April 13 at midnight Pacific time, Amazon.com start its All Video Games Box Event. That means great game deals all day. Make sure you bookmark the Gold Box Deal page and check it back on Monday. (Source: GoNintendo.com)
If you want to receiv good deal every day, you should subscribe to their Gold Box Deal RSS-feed.
I’m selling 8 HD DVDs on eBay.com.au. They are new and still factory sealed, I ship worldwide. The titles I have for sale are: American Gangsters, An American Werewolf In London, Dante’s Peak, Knocked Up, Mr. Bean’s Holiday, Serenity, The Holiday and The Kingdom.
Play-Asia.com now have a Lucky Spring Sale where they discounted thousands of products. And if you buy something, you will automatically join Lucky Draw. Offer valid until end of March. To make it easy for my self, I just quote from their news release:
Leaving the cold Christmas and Winter time behind us, it’s time to welcome the spring season. It’s not only the time when animals wake up from their hibernation, but also the right time to go on a bargain hunting spree, watching out for products that you may have missed during the last couple of months.
Joining the Lucky Draw is easy. All you need to do is to place an order for any discounted item eligible for the Lucky Draw at Play-Asia.com between now and the end of March 2009. You can recognize these items by the “blue bird” icon located on each individual product page.
Every paid order item will automatically join the Lucky Draw. The more different discounted items you order, the higher your chance to win one of our prizes. The winners of the 50 main prizes will be announced in this news post in the beginning of April and will also be notified by e-mail.
Ah! Before you run off, have a look at the prizes you may win, especially those of you who are still hesitating. One look at our prize list, you’ll have your reluctance thrown out of the window.
Nintendo Wii Console (JPN/Asia Version) + 1 Wii game of your choice
4th-10th Prize: A store credit voucher worth US$ 50 each, redeemable for any purchase at Play-Asia.com
11-20th Prize: A store credit voucher worth US$ 20 each, redeemable for any purchase at Play-Asia.com
21-50th Prize: A store credit voucher worth US$ 10 each, redeemable for any purchase at Play-Asia.com
(*) The “game of your choice” is only valid for any game priced up to a maximum of US$ 70 per title. Winning choices may be limited to countries where shipping restrictions apply. Prizes cannot be redeemed as cash.