Perfect Dark Stories October 16, 2015

expiredGames/Apps: Rare Replay matching lowest ever (Prime only) $20, Gears of War Ultimate $35, iOS freebies, more

Update (10/16 2:00pm):

In today’s best game/app deals, Amazon is offering is Prime members (only) Rare Replay on Xbox One for $19.99 shipped. Regularly listed for up to $30, this is matching the lowest price we have ever seen on the popular collection of games. It has over 700 hours of gameplay spread across the 30 titles it includes, not to mention about an hour of behind-the-scenes dev footage. 

As you brawl with the Battletoads, grab Jiggies in Banjo-Kazooie and fight the future in Perfect Dark, you’ll uncover bonus content and exclusive looks at the creation of Rare Replay’s hits.

Amazon is also offering the Gears of War Ultimate Edition on Xbox One for $34.49 Prime shipped (Reg. $40, best we can find) and Walmart has the Xbox One White 500GB Gears of War Special Edition Console Bundle pre-order for $329 shipped (Reg. $350, best we can find). Amazon also still has the Nintendo NFC Reader/Writer amiibo accessory for Nintendo 3DS for $16.50 Prime shipped (the lowest we have ever seen it go for) and Prime members can also get an early discount on Guitar Hero Live pre-orders across all platforms at $89.99 (Reg. $100, applies automatically in the cart).

Shadowmatic is still free courtesy of Apple and the new App Store Free App of the Week is now available. NBA 2K16 released for iOS and Android yesterday morning along with Minecraft: Story Mode.  Down below we have the rest of today’s best iOS/Mac price drops including ALONE…, Toca Boo, Safety Photo+Video, Runtastic Sit Ups PRO and more:

Ongoing game deals/promotions:

Perfect Dark Stories May 8, 2015


Donkey Kong Country, Banjo-Kazooie, GoldenEye, Perfect Dark and Conker’s Fur Day – all titles previously created by the now partially disbanded Rare development studio. Well known over the years for its work tied closely with major game companies like Microsoft and most notably Nintendo, former members of the team have now branched off to form their own studio known as Playtonic Games. First on the agenda for the newly formed development team, Yooka-Laylee, a brand new adventure platformer heavily inspired by the N64 classic, Banjo-Kazooie.

Head below for some gameplay footage and platform/release details: expand full story

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