Save Big on Dark Souls, Devil May Cry, and More This Weekend

By Mike Andronico , Updated May 31, 2013 05:44 PM EDT
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The weekend is finally upon us, and if you're a college senior, chances are you are graduating today or just made the big walk over the past few weeks. Fortunately, we've scoured the web for some excellent game deals if you want to celebrate this achievement with your favorite form of interactive entertainment. Of course, these deals are just as good if you are an everyday non-college graduate and just want to play some good video games for next to nothing.

Here we go:

Xbox Live: Fire up your Xbox 360 this weekend and you'll likely be prompted to check out Dark Souls for only $10 (insurance for broken controllers and extra sick days not included). If you're the more tactical type, the Xbox Live Deal of the Week also features Ghost Recon: Future Soldier for just $15. 

Steam: Plan on spending post-college life glued to your desktop? Steam has you covered. Alan Wake is a mere $3 this weekend, with the option to add-on Alan Wake's American Nightmare for an extra dollar. If you're looking to brush up on Remedy's back catalog before Quantum Break hits, this is the time to do it. If you've been holding out from the hack-and-slash action of this year's DmC: Devil May Cry, perhaps the game's weekend price tag of $30 will pull you into limbo.

Capcom: It's a good weekend to be a fighter. Capcom is discounting their Darkstalkers: Resurrection bundle down to 800 MS Points on Xbox Live for anyone who hasn't picked up this old-school fighter collection. Playstation Network users get an even sweeter deal, as nabbing Darkstalkers Resurrection on PSN also gets you Super Street Fighter II: HD Remix for no extra charge.

Whether you plan on spending graduation weekend traversing dungeons or shooting fireballs at your friends, make sure you refer to this handy guide first to get the best deals. It's dangerous to go alone.

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