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It’s the week-end and the game world has gone sale mad. Read on to find out the best place to buy your gaming goodness for the coming week!!

First off you cant go past the Halloween Steam sale, so many games at great prices. A full list and prices is below but if your looking for the top AAA pick you cant go past Resident Evil 5 for $9.99, Left 4 Dead and Left 4 Dead 2 for $6.79 each, Dead Space and Dead Space 2 in one pack for $16.99 both and one of the best Co-Op games I have ever played; Borderlands GOTY edition for only $7.49.  If you want something newer and want to chuck in some more cash you can get Dead Island for $37.49 or F.E.A.R 3 for a measly $44.99. Of cause when Steam do a sale there is always more than a few games so head to and check them out, games like Plant V’s Zombies, Bioshock and Bioshock 2, SAW, Devil May Cry 3 and 4, Amnesia , Ghostbusters, Silent Hill and heaps and heaps more.

If you’re not on Steam but still like a bargain then check out the Pop Cap sale. They are currently giving away the Plants in a Plants V’s Zombies sale, that’s 50% off.

One of the best deals I have seen this week is at, funny enough, the most expensive place for games on earth – that’s right EB Games. The bundle consists of a 250gig Slim Xbox 360 with Kinect and a 3 month Live Subscription and four games. The first is the obligatory Kinect Adventures which comes with the Kinect, also Carnival Action for more Kinect fun, But you also get Forza 4 AND Battlefield 3. Amazing!! All up $822 worth of value for $468, that’s less than the console was
6 months ago. Or if you are more of a Playstation kinda person you can head to JB Hi-Fi and grab the 320gig PS3 Battlefield 3 bundle for $398. Again this is an awesome deal.

So if you’re into gaming but are also budget conscious then this week-end is packed with deals for you, don’t hang about though, these prices will not last long.

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