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Submitted by SwiderMan 1285d ago | news

Dead Island, possibly CoD MW3 are Amazon’s Gold Box deals along with five more lighting discounts

"It was Christmas Eve one month ago today. Just in case you didn’t get the video games you wanted that next morning, Amazon.com is running a day-long sale on popular titles that may have slipped for wish list - a total of seven deep discounts to be exact. Of course, we can’t reveal all seven yet because, as with all video game deals that are part of Amazon’s Gold Box, some remain a mystery that need our best guessers. Here’s what doesn’t have us stumped:" (Amazon.com, Dead Island, Nintendo DS, PS3, Wii, Xbox 360)

TheGamingArt  +   1285d ago
Whoever posted this... yesterday's deals idgits....
m-s-8-2  +   1285d ago
This seems to happen a lot with amazon deals, getting posted after they expire.

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