2011 Video Game Buying Guide

Introduction

Video games have come a long way since Pong and Pac-man. What was once a niche hobby only enjoyed in packed arcades has moved into our living rooms. In terms of popularity and revenue, it’s now surpassed even the film industry. Retailers everywhere are trying to get a piece of that pie, so if you’re looking to press start this Black Friday, read on to see where you’ll save the most quarters.

When reading our picks for video game deals, keep in mind that this guide is for single title purchases. If you need to buy more than one recently released title, keep an eye out for deals like the buy one get one half off promotions that occur frequently at Amazon and Toys R Us. If you’re looking to buy several $60 titles, it can save you quite a bit of money.

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November 19, 2011
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