price drop Stories September 2, 2015

Super Giant Games, creators of the excellent action-RPG Bastion, has now put the iOS version of its latest isometric role player on sale. Regularly listed at $9.99, you can now grab Transistor for iPhone and iPad for $4.99.

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price drop Stories July 1, 2015

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Microsoft is now offering Halo: Spartan Strike on iOS for 50% off. It is regularly listed at $5.99, but today you can grab it on iPhone, iPad or iPod touch for just $2.99. Not only is the lowest we have ever seen on the official mobile Halo title, it is the very first discount since the game released back in mid-April.

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price drop Stories May 14, 2015

Raspberry Pi Model B+ gets an official price drop down to $25

The Raspberry Pi Foundation has announced that its wildly popular Model B+ is receiving a price drop down to $25. When it released the Pi 2 back in February, the micro-computing leader pledged continued support for the previous generation B+. Despite a newer iteration with 25% faster processing speeds and twice the amount of RAM, the Raspberry Pi Model B+ is still a very capable machine.

Today’s news comes on the heels of the $9 CHIP microcomputer Kickstarter campaign that has gained a significant amount of notoriety and support. Regardless of the product, new competition and lowered prices is only good news for consumers. We are continuing to see new developers come up with ways to introduce these little computers to different age brackets and demographics.

Of course, the Model A+ is still available for $21, as well as the new Pi 2 which ships for $35. Make sure you check out the cool cases and accessories that are available for Pi.

price drop Stories May 13, 2015

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T-Mobile is currently offering the best price around for a new Nexus 6 by dropping $100 off the device’s regular retail price. That means you can pick up the 32GB model for $549 (usually $649), or the 64GB model for $599 (usually $699). expand full story

price drop Stories December 4, 2014

expirediTunes Free App of the Week: God of Light ($1.99 value)

This week’s free app from Apple is God of Light. Regularly listed at $1.99, you can now download it for free on iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. This is the first time we have seen the flashy puzzle game go free since it hit the App Store back in late February.

Noted for its impressive visuals, God of Light brings together a unique mixture of physics based puzzles using light and mirrors (among other things) with “environment exploration gameplay.” Alongside an exclusive soundtrack from UNKLE, players will be taking main character Shiny through more than 125 different levels on his quest to save “the universe from the impending darkness.” Head below for more details:

price drop Stories October 27, 2014

Update (10/30 12:25pm): Best Buy has now dropped $50 off the special edition COD and Assassin’s Creed bundles (w/ Kinect version) to match Amazon ahead of the official November 2nd drop date as well.

Update (10/28 7:55am): It looks as though the $50 price drop is now live on Amazon for the Xbox One Limited Edition Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Bundle ($449) shipped and the Xbox One Assassin’s Creed Unity Bundle without Kinect ($349) shipped. This is the lowest price we’ve seen on either bundle and nearly a week ahead of the scheduled price drop.

Update (10/27 4:45pm): Microsoft is offering an additional 5% off any purchase from the Microsoft Store when you text Play to 29502 from your mobile device, simply enter the promo code that you receive via text during checkout. We have not seen any limitations or exclusions for this deal and assume that it will work once the $50 discounts for Xbox One begin.

The crazy deal season is just around the corner now, with Black Friday like discounts starting as early as the beginning of next month from what we are hearing at this point. Microsoft looks as though it will be one of the first major manufacturers to announce deep sale pricing with its latest home console dropping $50 across the board.

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