Although Black Friday 2012 deals week arrives at Amazon on Monday, the web retailer has posted an early look at the big lightning deals it will offer all week long for video games. Among the titles being offered are Madden NFL 13, Mortal Kombat, Silent Hill, Resident Evil, and many more!
The Amazon Black Friday deals begin early Monday morning, but the online retail site decided to give gaming fans and shoppers a sneak peek at what’s to come. On Monday morning, they’ll be offering titles including “NBA 2K12″ for $15.99 for the PS3, LEGO Batman for PS3 or Xbox 360, and “Game Party: In Motion” for the Xbox 360, each for just $10. That gives shoppers the opportunity to pick up some inexpensive games to add to those console systems they may be buying for someone this year, or to add a few new titles under the Christmas tree for those who already own a certain console.
The deals are scheduled to run all week long, with some interesting low-priced titles coming up. “Madden NFL 13″ is far from outdated, as the season still has weeks to go. That game will sell for just $25 for either PS3 or Xbox 360 on Tuesday morning. There will also be titles offered for Nintendo Wii, Playstation Vita, and Nintendo 3DS. Right now, Thursday looks to be a huge day for game sales, as there are numerous popular titles going on sale throughout the day.
It’s important for shoppers to keep in mind that these are Lightning deals being run by Amazon, meaning they’ll be offered for a limited time on the particular day they are advertised. However, smart shoppers will be able to pick up some very popular games for giving as gifts this holiday season, at very reasonable prices, without ever leaving home to buy them. Seeing Madden, NBA 2K13 and other titles on this list means that Amazon is really looking to up the ante against their competition for Black Friday deals week!
Are you planning to buy someone a video game system this holiday season, or going to buy games for an individual who already has a system? Which games are you most interested in finding at a good deal?
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