expiredGames/Apps: Infinity Blade III $3 (Reg. $7), GTA V $30, Amazon launches digital games Mayhem sale, Siege Hero FREE, more
Justin Kahn - May. 22nd 2014 10:17 am ET
- More iOS Apps: Chop Chop Hockey: FREE (Reg. $2), PDF Expert: FREE (Reg. $10), Star Trek Trexels: $1 (Reg. $3), Galactic Phantasy: $1 (Reg. $3), aTimeLogger 2: $1 (Reg. $3), MyBrushes Pro: $1 (Reg. $3)
- Amazon is offering $10 of free Amazon App Store credit with the purchase of $25 or $50 GameStop (and many other retailer) gift cards
- Just in time for the release of the new X-Men film, the Uncanny X-Men: Days of Future Past game has released for $3 on the App Store. It’s a parallaxing 2D side-scroller where you get to play as Wolverine, Kitty Pryde, Colossus, Cyclops or Scarlet Witch.
- GameStop has launched its Spring PC Game Sale with up to 85% off a large selection of PC titles from now through June 2.
In today’s best game/app deals, Infinity Blade III for iOS drops from $7 down to $3 today, GTA V is down to $30 for Xbox 360 at Microsoft’s eBay store, Fry’s is offering the Xbox One console Titanfall bundle for $460 shipped or in-store (Reg. $500), and Groupon has the manufacturer refurbished 32GB Deluxe Wii U console with Nintendo Land for $200 shipped (best price we can find because of free shipping and free included game).
For PC gamers, Amazon has kicked off its Digital Games Mayhem sale with a large number of titles at as much as 90% off including Rockstar titles, LEGO games, Batman, XCOM, Civ, Saints Row, Splinter Cell titles and many more.
Today’s highly rated iOS discounts include Siege Hero for FREE down from $1 (5 stars from 96166 Ratings), Dungelot for $1 (Reg. $2), and MoneyWiz – Personal Finance for $1 (Reg. $5). We also have some Mac apps/games today like 50% of Call of Duty and Company of Heroes, as well as more great deals on LEGO titles. In case you missed it this morning, the popular DJ app djay 2 for iPhone went free for the very first time.
Head below for a list of past deals still alive like the PlayStation 4 console deal for $370 shipped down from $400 (which is the lowest price we’ve ever seen) and more: