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Submitted by SpaceSquirrel 267d ago | news

‘NBA 2K14’ and ‘WWE 2K14’ get post-launch discount on PS3 and Xbox 360

“NBA 2K14” has received a post-launch discount for both the PS3 and Xbox 360 while “WWE 2K14” got a price reduction on Microsoft’s console. (NBA 2K14, PS3, WWE 2K14, Xbox 360)

BLAKHOODe  +   267d ago
I hate buying games this time of year. All the best new games come out and, like anyone would, you want them, but then you're taking the chance of them being discounted a week later, because retailers are trying to get those holiday sales. And this will especially be the case this year with current-gen on it's way out to make room for next-gen. I expect HUGE HUGE HUGE sales on current-gen games on Black Friday.
DeadlyFire  +   267d ago
Indeed. I expect price drops for those yearly titles on last gen platforms as well. Especially sports titles and such.

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