Amazon Slashes Up To 70% Off On Several Action Adventure, RPG, Shooter & Simulation Games

Daily Video Game writes: "The latest game sale at Amazon is loaded with deals and discounts on video games, giving you a chance to save up to 70% off on plenty of action-adventure, RPG, shooter, and simulation games across PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch right now!"

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hotnickles490d ago

PSVR2 is available for preorder on PlayStation direct right now if you have 600 dollars to dump. I preordered it but I was like “gd that’s more than the ps5!” Lmao

VanHalen490d ago (Edited 490d ago )

Wow, thanks for the heads up. Just scored one! I wasn’t even going to get one. Figured it’s too expensive and going to be too hard to get. They are just sitting up on there right now. Screw it, I’m a sucker I guess. Weird that there was no heads up anywhere about it being available this morning. Not even wario64 said anything on Twitter about it.

Went for the standard version. Horizon game is just a digital code with the other one. I want a physical copy. Get it later, total was $587. Wouldve been way more back in CA. Great thing about living on Indian reservation out here, tax is nothing! Glad I moved the hell outta California last month.

hotnickles489d ago

No problem. Same here haha. I figured there was no way I was getting one with the supply issues and I already wrote it off. Suckers indeed. Congrats on your financial freedom.

jznrpg489d ago (Edited 489d ago )

I live on the rez also in MInnesota , where you at ? I’m originally from California also

frostypants489d ago

I'm waiting to see what the software support is like early on. Will it get much of the $5-$10 shovelware that the Quest has? Oddly enough a lot of that stuff is solid and would be nice to have. Of the big name releases announced, so far only the Horizon game is intriguing to me. No doubt by 2024 though the library should be decent.

jznrpg489d ago (Edited 489d ago )

I preordered mine the first day . It seems like they made a lot of PSVR2’s to try and meet demand but I also think they didn’t want to have a scalper issue either and waned to make sure that they will be available after launch. Supposedly they made 2 million just for launch

hotnickles489d ago

Oh I didn’t know they were super easy to find. That’s a first, my mistake.

VanHalen489d ago

I’m in AZ, Mohave Valley. It’s all Indian land around here. It’s definately different from the fast paced and packed environment I grew up in out in CA. I lived in Huntington Beach most all my life. It’s got way too expensive and outta control in Orange County. It’s cool out here though, people actually say hi to you and hold doors open for you.

Back at home most of the people were all pretty rude and all about themselves. Including my neighbors whom wouldn’t even look at you. That was getting old. Right by the River out here with Casinos and Laughlin real close by. Can get Disneyland fireworks just across the river haha. It’s definately a lot more freedom around here than I’m normally used to. Backyard opens up to big open Indian land. Not all packed in like sardines out in Cali.

Gas is half the price out here and when I purchase a $70 game and look at the tax, I’m taken back from what I’m used to. California used to be a very nice state growing up during the 80s. I don’t think I would’ve wanted to have been anywhere else. Now, I couldn’t wait to escape it. Sad indeed

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Ranking the Devil May Cry Series

VGChartz's Mark Nielsen: "Upon finally finishing Devil May Cry 5 recently - after it spent several years on my “I’ll play that soon” list - I considered giving it a fittingly-named Late Look article. However, considering that this was indeed the final piece I was missing in the DMC puzzle, I decided to instead take this opportunity to take a look back at the entirety of this genre-defining series and rank the entries. What also made this a particularly tempting notion was that while most high-profile series have developed fairly evenly over time, with a few bumps on the road, the history of Devil May Cry has, at least in my eyes, been an absolute roller coaster, with everything from total disasters to action game gold."

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VersusDMC19h ago

First to last for me...3,4,5,1,2.

VersusDMC18h ago

Me leaving it out should be telling of my thoughts on it. Better than 2 as a DMC game.

Still a good game though.

Exvalos44m ago

What a weird name, it's essentially devil may cry, devil may cry lol

Friendlygamer19h ago

3,1,4,5 to me, never played 2. 5 gameplay is amazing but level design was really disappointing to me, just a bunch of plain arenas, the story felt like a worse written rehash of the 3rd and the charater models looked weird ( specially the ladies ). Another problem with 5 was that there was not enough content for 3 charaters so I could never really familiarize with any of them

monkey60218h ago(Edited 18h ago)


God DMC2 was an awful game.
And in case this isn't obvious it goes worst to best

Yui_Suzumiya16h ago

1 and DmC. The rest are unimportant.

DarXyde16h ago

Order changes depending on your focus. I tend to focus on gameplay/fun factor, so...

5, 3, 1, 4, 2.

I really didn't like 4 but commend Dante's weapon diversity. The retreading of old ground was pretty unacceptable to me.

But even then... Still more enjoyable than 2 for me

SeTTriP8h ago

This right here is my order as I thought DMC 5 was amazing and obviously 3 comes after 4 was great and 1 for the nastilgic value it holds 2 was so terrible that my local GameStop gave full refunds to people who returned it.

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5 Years Later, Devil May Cry 5 Still Quenches My Hack-And-Slash Thirst Like No Other

Huzaifah from eXputer: "Devil May Cry 5, the latest iteration in the iconic DMC franchise by Capcom, still holds its own as a fantastic hack-and-slash in 2024."


Potion Permit Review - Gamerhub UK

Time to mix up trouble.

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