Starcraft II Stories March 28, 2016

expiredGames/Apps: Nintendo 2DS w/ Mario Kart 7 $80, Hyrule Edition New 3DS XL refurb $175/new $200, iOS freebies, more

Update: Gift Cards up to 20% off: Toys R Us, AMC, many more

In today’s best game/app deals, Best Buy is offering Nintendo 2DS handhelds bundled with Mario Kart 7 (red, blue or seafoam green) for $79.99 shipped. The MK8 bundle goes for between $90 and $100 on Amazon and other retailers (sometimes as high as $110). This is matching our previous new price, matching Nintendo’s refurbished listing and the lowest we can find. 

We also spotted the Hyrule Edition New Nintendo 3DS XL for $199.99 shipped at GameStop (Reg. $250+) or even less at Nintendo for a refurbished model. The Nintendo Store has them for $170 plus $5 shipping, which is the lowest total we can find.

We also have some rare discounts on Blizzard titles at Amazon including World of Warcraft, Diablo III, StarCraft II and a load of expansions starting at around $9.99. You can see the full list of offerings right here. But be sure to double check these prices against the Battle.net site as you will find some deals on there right now as well including Warlords of Draenor for $20.

Other notable deals include Just Cause 3 from $39 Prime shipped (Reg. $50+), and Star Wars: Battlefront on PlayStation 4 is down to $35.53 Prime shipped on Amazon. While we have seen it dip lower on Xbox One, this can be a great time to get into the Star Wars universe before the Star Wars: The Force Awakens Blu-ray drops in just over a week’s time

In case you missed it last week, Motorsport Manager goes free for the first time ($2 value) as the new App Store Free App of the Week and Muffin Knight action platformer went free for the first time in over a year (Reg. $1). Today’s best iOS/Mac deals include Gloomlogue, Runtastic Squats PRO, Notes Note-Ify, Shin Megami Tensei, Color Strokes and more:

Ongoing game deals/promotions:

Starcraft II Stories June 30, 2015

Enthusiasts create incredibly detailed 14-foot Starcraft II map out of LEGO

LEGO certainly makes a lot of effort to create new and interesting kits like this Ferrari F40 Creator Series, but sometimes its the home enthusiasts that pull off the most impressive feats with the plastic blocks. While this certainly isn’t the first Starcraft inspired LEGO creation we’ve seen, it just might be the most involved and detailed:

A group of LEGO builders got together to create an entire map from the popular Blizzard RTS, Starcraft. Not just a few units and structures though, we are talking a complete map, with all three playable races from the game: Terran, Protoss and Zerg. The scale and detail within is quite impressive, with extremely detailed characters/units scattered between what seems like just about every building you can create in the game. The entire model spans about 14 feet across.

Feast your eyes in the gallery below, or check out more images on this Flickr page.

Source: Kotaku

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