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61. Posted: Tue 14th Dec 2010 21:30 GMT
My local Target had Sin and Punishment on clearance, but for $24.95. They also had Glory of Heracles, but instead of the $8 price I've been seeing around, it was $15. No fair!
I went back again today because I'd heard they mark stuff down on Tuesdays. Sure enough, Sin and Punishment was $12.48 and Glory of Heracles was $7.98. I also scored Final Fantasy: The Crystal Bearers for $9.98. Kinda mixed reviews on that last one but I figure it's worth a go for that price.
62. Posted: Wed 29th Dec 2010 02:20 GMT
@xraydash Thanks for the tip. I recently read your post and returned/repurchased my unopened copy of punch-out for half price! ($12.50)
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63. Posted: Wed 29th Dec 2010 03:33 GMT
I found the Red Steel 2 motion plus bundle for $19.99 today.
64. Posted: Wed 29th Dec 2010 03:36 GMT
Thats awesome.I haven't got my motion plus yet, and $20 bucks is a good deal
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65. Posted: Tue 22nd Mar 2011 21:52 GMT
I was in Target earlier today and I saw that they are making room for the 3DS by have a blow out sale on DS games. I am not sure what games the Targets in your area have but the one in my area that I was at had some good choices like Mario and Luigi Bowsers Inside Story, some Pokemon games, Simcity DS and Super Mario DS and a couple Castlevanias. The prices ranged from 15 to 25 dollars.
Made me wish that payday was a bit closer.
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66. Posted: Tue 22nd Mar 2011 21:54 GMT
I was in Target earlier today and I saw that they are making room for the 3DS by have a blow out sale on DS games. I am not sure what games the Targets in your area have but the one in my area that I was at had some good choices like Mario and Luigi Bowsers Inside Story, some Pokemon games, Simcity DS and Super Mario DS and a couple Castlevanias. The prices ranged from 15 to 25 dollars.Made me wish that payday was a bit closer.
sweet! i'll go tonight or tomorrow and see what my store has. I still need super mario and castlevania
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67. Posted: Tue 22nd Mar 2011 22:01 GMT
Awesome to know! Will have to check mine out this weekend.
68. Posted: Wed 23rd Mar 2011 00:01 GMT
Unfortunately my local target hasn't yet jumped on board with any DS price cuts, but I'll check back later in the week too.
69. Posted: Wed 23rd Mar 2011 00:41 GMT
Yeah I am not sure on your Targets more than likely it has to do with how much stock your Target has. More than likely they are emptying out excess of stock to make the room in their stock room for 3DS stock. Either that or more than likely the 3DS stuff is in their stock room now and they have no where to put that DS stuff. I dont think its a clearance sale since the 3DS can play DS games hence why I just think they are trying to get rid of excess stock. BTW my Target had it on the back end cap of the video games right across from the TVs. Also they had some on an end cap by the registers up front.
Edited on Wed 23rd March, 2011 @ 00:42 by Tasuki
70. Posted: Sat 2nd Apr 2011 18:42 BST
Just saw Animal Crossing Wii, Worms Battle Islands and a few others for $14.99. Also Samurai Warriors or some other thing that I vaguely recognized but can't totally recall.
They also had the full version of Bookworm on DS for $10.
71. Posted: Sun 3rd Apr 2011 05:01 BST
I want to eventually get Worms: Battle Islands, but my game money this month is reserved for "Conduit 2" and "Dead or Alive: Dimensions."
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72. Posted: Mon 4th Apr 2011 22:29 BST
Ok I know this probably wont interest alot of you guys with your new 3DSes but I just picked up a silver DS Lite for $90 from Target. I guess according to the guy the are clearencing (Is that a real word??) it out. So if you need a second DS like I did so I wont have to fight my son over the one DS or need one for the GBA slot this is a good deal. Of course not sure if the Targets in your area will have this deal or not.
73. Posted: Tue 5th Apr 2011 04:11 BST
That's a great deal! I'm going to check my Target for a DS lite tomorrow.
74. Posted: Tue 5th Apr 2011 04:21 BST
Samurai Warriors 3 is $25
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75. Posted: Tue 5th Apr 2011 07:09 BST
Tasuki wrote:Ok I know this probably wont interest alot of you guys with your new 3DSes but I just picked up a silver DS Lite for $90 from Target. I guess according to the guy the are clearencing (Is that a real word??) it out. So if you need a second DS like I did so I wont have to fight my son over the one DS or need one for the GBA slot this is a good deal. Of course not sure if the Targets in your area will have this deal or not.That's a great deal! I'm going to check my Target for a DS lite tomorrow.
Just to let you know its the SILVER DS lite. They had other colors there as well but those DS Lites were the normal price, which I think was 130. I just wanted to point that out so there's no confusion. Still 90 bucks is a good deal especially since a used DS lite goes for $110 at Gamestop.
76. Posted: Wed 6th Apr 2011 04:28 BST
Thanks! I went to Target to pick up some stuff today, but I didn't see any silver DSs. Maybe someone else will have better luck.
77. Posted: Wed 6th Apr 2011 08:22 BST
Tasuki wrote:Just to let you know its the SILVER DS lite. They had other colors there as well but those DS Lites were the normal price, which I think was 130. I just wanted to point that out so there's no confusion. Still 90 bucks is a good deal especially since a used DS lite goes for $110 at Gamestop.Thanks! I went to Target to pick up some stuff today, but I didn't see any silver DSs. Maybe someone else will have better luck.
I dont know if you asked anyone working there but the silver DSes werent with the regular DSes at least at my Target. In fact I didnt know about it at all till I ask the employee there what the price was on the DSlite systems I did see. He told me the price which was 130 I think and than he said except for these silver ones which are 90 and they had them on a bottom self of the DS games down another isle from the regular DSLites in a corner where if you didnt know about them you would have missed them like I did.
Edited on Wed 6th April, 2011 @ 08:22 by Tasuki
78. Posted: Thu 19th May 2011 20:35 BST
I couldn't find the official Wii Sin & Punishment: Star Successor thread, so I'm resurrecting this one in the time being. Anybody else currently playing it? It's easily one of the most gorgeous wii titles out there and could easily be confused with a PS3/360 title without the HD of course. As for the gameplay, it's incredibly super frantic, intense and balls to the wall fantastic...You're head will be spinning by the time you make it towards the end of the game. Treasure has easily got a winner on their hands, and once again I'm late in the game. Once again I'm mildy going to blame the Virtual Console hehe.
I'm in LOVE with this stage, the underwater section is just surreal and those giant Dragon Eels looked like they were about to pop off the screen!
Yet what i'm not liking about the game is the ho hum crummy acting, not to mention the ridiculous complex plot(As seen in the manual, eek!) that would make Einstine duck and cover, yet it's comlpletely simplified during the game, yet its still not too clear at all and doesn't explain that much as it right away jolts you into the battle field without explaining anything...Who are these characters exactly? What are they like and where in the hell did these villians come from, they also have zero backstory ect ect. It explains tiny tid bits as you progress, but that's really it. I guess you'll have to read the ridiculous brain surging character bio's in the manual if you really wan't to know....well sort of. But it's played out like an arcade shooter, so it shouldn't be suprising that the storyline isn't taking center stage.
And the music, it isn't that great either....It seems a smidge too simplistic and forgettable. then again, the SFX usually drowns it out most of the time. Maybe I should pump up the music in the option menu and turn down the SFX.
Edited on Thu 19th May, 2011 @ 20:47 by WaveBoy
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79. Posted: Fri 20th May 2011 00:47 BST
@Waveboy It is a great game. It's like a roller coaster ride lol
When I played VC's S&P for N64, I immediately thought this would be perfect for the Wii- and what do you know? A sequel was announced a year later. Freaking sweet game.
80. Posted: Fri 20th May 2011 00:58 BST
@waveboy: The UK official site has a translated prologue thingie that's pretty much the beginning of the game...that was never IN the game. >_> The Sin and Punishment games have really great stories underneath the horrible execution. I'd kill for the chance to re-write the two games in novel form.
EDIT: Oh, and here's the site:http://www.nintendo.co.uk/NOE/en_GB/games/wii/sin_and_punishm...
Edited on Fri 20th May, 2011 @ 01:01 by Popyman
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