Posts Tagged GameStop
Song of the Deep from Insomniac Games is a very interesting release considering it’s a “smaller” type of game when compared to the massive projects they’ve worked on. It’s also a Metroidvania, a genre that we really like here at PS3blog.net. On top of that, the game is published by GameStop. Yes, that GameStop.
And this is the first game that the retail giant is directly involved on for on PlayStation 4, which will surely open the door for them giving this treatment to other games very soon. Who doesn’t like an option for a physical edition of a game that otherwise might not have ever made it to retail?
Song of the Deep is available right now either as a digital release on PSN, as a physical edition (yes, with a case and everything… including the game printed to disc!) exclusively for sale at GameStop (well, duh!) for $14.99, or as a Collector’s Edition for $29.99, again, exclusively available at GameStop (ditto).
The Collector’s Edition for this game includes a steel case, a book and some stickers, which is good enough for the extra $15. Check out the game’s trailer below and let us know what you think about this Metroidvania!
Target, however, has any Vita title as part of their buy 2 get 1 free deal, clearly making them the go-to choice for your Vita Launch. The Deal begins today and ends on the 25th. This is pretty crazy for a system launch, but Sony needs to get those sales, so go out and take advantage of their eagerness!
GameStop’s deal can also be taken advantage online here, if you aren’t up to going out to buy.
GameStop is running a deal where you can score MW3 for only 99 pence. Insane? I think so, seeing as what is required made me chuckle.
How it all works:
1: You order Battlefield 3 and Modern Warfare 3 from GameStop (UK) and return BF3 in the prepaid envelope before MW3 launches; you’ll be refunded the money (save for 99p), and it’s yours.
Crazy? Smart marketing? Did your jaw just drop to the floor like mine did in shock?
GameStop quietly started taking in iOS device’s after its trade show in Las Vegas last week. The company is also planning a gaming tablet powered by GameStop.