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Submitted by 8BitProof 880d ago | article

Blast Magazine’s 2012 guide to holiday video game deals.

The annual autumn onslaught of blockbuster video game releases is in full swing. With huge titles coming out seemingly every week, how is a poor gamer supposed to keep up? We here at Blast feel your pain, so we’ve created this easy-to-follow guide to help you get the most game for your buck. Simply scan the guide below to find what you’re in the market for this holiday season and we’ll tell you when and where to find the best possible deal.

Despite what many may think, gaming doesn’t have to be an expensive hobby. If you’re a smart shopper, finding good deals is really only a matter of patience, and keeping your eyes open. Whether you’re buying games for the ungrateful loved ones on your shopping list, or for yourself, following this guide is sure to ease the holiday strain on your wallet. (3DS, Microsoft, Nintendo, Nintendo DS, PC, PS Vita, PS3, Sony, Steam, Wii, Wii U, Xbox 360)

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