Gamefly Year End Sale Offers Up Great Deals On Xbox 360 And PS3 Titles

By Steve Buja , Updated Dec 31, 2014 10:13 AM EST
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As we bid adieu to 2014 and what could be the last year of the last generation, we should take time to pause, consider…and totally finish our Xbox 360 and PS3 games collections for, and I quote, “hella cheap”. To that end, Gamefly has our backs with their Year End sale.

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There are still gaming gems to be found on the last generation, and given the sheer number (and lack of backwards compatibility on certain new systems), you probably have not and will not get a chance to play them. So, even if you will never touch them, isn’t it fun to have a huge stack of games sitting there like some sort of digital Schrodinger’s Box? After all, if you never play the game, it is both the greatest thing ever and the worst thing ever. And why would you want to ruin that?

Now through January 5, you can save up to 50% on select titles from Gamefly and receive free shipping on all your orders. Prices start at $4.99, and even includes some non-interactive entertainment, if DVDs and Blu Rays are your thing.

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We’re here to separate the wheat from the chaff for you. Have an Xbox 360? Then here are the games to buy if you have not done so already:

Darksiders II - $8.99; sequel to one of the great God of War knockoffs
Dark Souls - $9.99; reminds you how difficult games used to be
Castlevania: Lords of Shadow - $12.99; Kojima and Castlevania, a match made in heaven
Plants vs Zombies: Garden Warfare - $12.99; FPS does not mean grim and gritty
Earth Defense Force 2025 - $12.99; love Starship Troopers? Then you’ll get a kick out of this one.

You can pick up several of those titles, such as Darksiders II, for the PS3 as well. But for some more console specificity, check out:

Remember Me - $9.99; a clever little action platformer from the creators of the upcoming Life Is Strange
Beyond Two Souls - $14.99; a video game starring Ellen Page and Willem Dafoe! Did you need more than that?
Portal 2 - $17.99; in case you don’t already own a copy
Crimes and Punishments: Sherlock Holmes - $29.99; one of the very best mystery games to come out in the last few years, read our review here

You can check out the full list over at Gamefly. Good hunting. Try not to spend all your money.

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