If you live in the midwest or any other part of the country where it gets snow each winter, then you've seen the first snowflakes of the season by now. That can mean only thing -- time to stock up on games and hole yourself up in your warm and cozy home or apartment! No need to blow your wad of cash on a single game, though. Today's top deal is for a Bioshock Infinite Game Download for $12 with free shipping (normally $40). In addition, several other titles by 2K Games like Borderlands 2 and XCOM Enemy Unknown are on sale for up to 80 percent off, making this an ideal time to stock up on the gaming necessities for the winter.
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BioShock Infinite’s first story-driven DLC is hitting the PS3, Xbox 360, and PC on Nov. 12. BioShock Infinite: Burial at Sea - Episode 1 will give you the opportunity to explore Rapture “on the eve of its fall from grace.” Think of it as a prequel to BioShock and BioShock 2.
In the words of Homer (Simpson, that is), "Mmm, pizza." It just so happens that pizza goes great with gaming, so why not combine the two? If you agree, you're going to drool over today's batch of bargains, which kicks off with today's top deal for BioShock Infinite (Online Game Code) bundled with $10 Domino's Gift Card for $20 with free shipping (normally $50). Talk about a tasty combo! Already own BioShock Infinite? Keep reading.
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If you missed out on BioShock Infinite when it first came out, now's your chance to see what other gamers have been raving about, but at a fraction of what they probably paid. We're featuring BioShock Infinite as today's top deal for $16 (normally $40, no coupon required), which gets you an online game code. This game has won over 80 awards, including an Editor's Choice award and 91/100 verdict over at sister site PC Gamer!
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Do you remember the "good old days" when console gamers would say, "PC gaming is dead?" Well, they're "dead" wrong and here are just 13 PC games in 2013 alone that are ample proof the platform is thriving.
So flip through the gallery below and click on the game titles to see trailers for each game.
What do you think of our list? Would your top 13 look any different? Let us know in the comments!
Sorry BioShock fans, you'll have to sit back and wait for February 26, 2013 to roll around before getting your hands on BioShock Infinite. Take-Two Interactive on Wednesday announced that the upcoming first-person shooter from Irrational Games is being delayed until next year, with creative director Ken Levine adding, "We're doing things that no one has ever done in a first person shooter."
And we feel the need to clarify that we're not being literal with that headline, seeing as a certain other game recently attempted to enter geosynchronous orbit because, well, marketers do the darndest things. At any rate, Ken Levine's magical/society-damning cloud adventure now has an official release date of October 16. This is, of course, a reason to get obnoxiously excited, seeing as the game's mix of character interaction, high-flying combat, and higher-flying steampunk nightmare birds has looked positively excellent so far. Also, 1999 mode strikes us as an interesting alternative approach to difficulty, even if we'll go skydiving without a parachute before we acknowledge 1999 as “old-school.” That's just... wrong.
E3 is finally far enough behind us that I can start to make sense of it. Taken all at once – it pretty much sounded like a bunch of ungodly screaming occasionally punctuated by the word “transfarring” (which isn't even a real word). You tried to roll with the punches, I'm sure – to stand before News Godzilla without fleeing while shouting something in badly lip-synced Japanese – but it eventually broke you. So, what happens next? Now that the news/preview/interview barrage dust has finally settled, what does it all mean? Well, since I did one of these things last year and I'm nothing if not a slave to habit, here are a few thoughts on this year's show.
Turn off your phone, grab some popcorn, and dim the lights. We come bearing a trio of those newfangled “movement pictures,” you see, and wish to create the optimal viewing experience for you, our dearly cherished [INSERT YOUR NAME HERE]. On the docket today, we have BioShock Infinite's entire game-of-the-show-winning E3 demo, 12 minutes of Deus Ex: Human Revolution, and Planetside 2's trigger-happy emergence from a long, lonely cryostasis. So sit back, click past the break, and see the future of gaming in tiny rectangle form.