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Black Friday Deals From GameStop Leaked |

Black Friday is fast approaching, so I bet you have some cash on your hands that you want well spent. Looking for a few cool deals? Leaked images show that GameStop might be a good place to go for the post-Thanksgiving splurgefest.

The supposedly leaked ad to the left indicates that you can get either Madden NFL 11 or Medal of Honor for free if you get yourself a 4GB Xbox 360. For the Wii, it’s even better: if you get a black or white Wii, you get the first Just DanceWii Sports Resort , and Wii Sports all for free. The PS3, on the other hand, goes God of War: buying a 160GB and you get God of War III andGod of War Collection for free.

Other attractive pickups include a limited Edition Orange or Green DSi w/ Mario Party DS for US$169.99, and a PSP pack with LBP PSP, a UMD of The Karate Kid movie, and a 2(?) GB memstick Pro Duo. You can also get older titles like UFC Undisputed 2010 and Final Fantasy XIII for just US$ 19.99.

[via Kotaku]

  • so WHEN exactly is black friday this month?

  • Jay

    its always the day after Thanksgiving….

    Of course, if you’re not US, Thanksgiving is always the 4th Thursday of November, so it would be the Friday after that.

  • So is Final Fantasy XIII worth getting at $19.99?

  • EdEN

    @SicSempterTyranis: I bougt it for $60 at launch and it’s very much even better at $19.99, specially if you’re a fan of the series. If not, you’ll get over 70 hours out of the game. A beautiful game at that.

  • hobbes

    the rachet and clank game for 15 bucks seems like a good deal to me, will head to gamespot sometime this weekend.

  • Luke

    Maybe I should try to snag GT5 on Black Friday????

  • EdEN

    Mmm, GT5 is too new to actually be cheaper on Black Friday but you never know.

  • shielazin

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