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Submitted by StarbuckSpitfire 1015d ago | opinion piece

Gaming on a Budget #3 – July 13th 2012

Ken Konarzewski writes:

"Welcome to the weekly series of Gaming on a Budget. While video game prices are on the rise, there are plenty of great games, great deals, and great steals for those who don’t mind playing games after they have been out for a while. My objective in this article is not necessarily to review games, but introduce you to lesser known games, websites, and deals that may be hard to find. I help you get through the week with upcoming weekend sales, free play weekends, and a recap of games you should always have ready to play." (Defense Grid: The Awakening, MicroVolts, PC, Terraria)

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