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Editors' Choice Video Games: 3 EA Sports Titles for $93, Wii Games from $5

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By Martin Schneider, dealnews contributor

Today we have a very special video games roundup, as every single deal has been named an Editors' Choice. We found bargains on games like Madden 13, Fallout 3: Game of the Year, and Catherine. It won't be news that you should be checking out our daily video games page on a regular basis, but until the end of November, you can't afford to miss the Black Friday video games deals, either!

  1. Buy 2 EA Sports 2013 Video Games, Get 1 Free
    Vendor: Amazon
    Price: From $92.85
    Shipping: Free shipping

    Is It Worth It?: EA Sports is the leader in athletic video games and now you can own three of the year's best games for the price of two! Choose from NFL, NHL, NCAA games and more for PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, or Nintendo Wii you'll receive the least expensive game, free at checkout. We're fans of the bundled of Madden 13, FIFA 13, and NCAA Football 13 for PlayStation 3 or Xbox 360 for $96.76 and $92.85, respectively, which is at least $52 less than we could find for the trio when purchased separately elsewhere. (Note that the PS3 bundle had been slightly lower a few days ago.)

  2. Madden NFL 13 for PlayStation 3 or Xbox 360 bundled with a 6-Month Subscription to Sports Illustrated

    Vendor: Sports Illustrated
    Price: $49.95 with free shipping
    Lowest By: $19

    Is It Worth It?: Like sports, but love Madden? Grab a 6-month subscription to Sports Illustrated (28 issues) for $49.95 and you'll also receive Madden NFL 13 for PlayStation 3 (pictured) or Xbox 360. This bundle also comes with Greatest Super Bowl Moments on DVD and two Madden Ultimate Team 13 cards. Note that purchase will place you in the automatic renewal program; you will have to opt out by calling customer service if you don't want to renew.

  3. Nintendo DS and Wii Games Sale
    Vendor: Best Buy
    Price: From $4.98 with free shipping
    Lowest By: At least $2

    Is It Worth It?: Best Buy is always a great place to grab a few targeted discounts on video games, and today is no exception, as Nintendo DS and Nintendo Wii titles are discounted to a few cents shy of $5. We're fans of the wildly original Mushroom Men: Rise of the Fungi for Nintendo DS (pictured), because you get to engage in combat with lethal spiders, gruesome praying mantises, and vicious scorpions from the unique perspective of a 3-inch-tall Mushroom Man. You've never experienced anything like war between the plants and the fungi! And you can have it for just $4.98! For the Wii, we like Chicken Shoot for Nintendo Wii for $4.99 and which is a "colorful, fun, enticing, and addictive" shooter where in you must "bring down hordes of invading chickens and get rid of the roosters," says GameStop.

  4. Catherine for PlayStation 3 or Xbox 360
    Vendor: Amazon
    Price: $19.99 with free shipping via Prime
    Lowest By: $4

    Is It Worth It?: The intriguing anime-inspired game Catherine for PlayStation 3 (pictured) or Xbox 360 is for a mere $19.99. (While the game is listed as out of stock for both platforms, you can order it now at this price and it will ship upon availability.) Not only is $20 a current price low for either platform by at least $4, it's the lowest total price we've seen. GameSpot says that Catherine is "involving, intense, and unlike anything you've ever played."

  5. Playstation 3, Xbox 360, and PC Game Sale
    Vendor: newegg
    Price: From $9.99 with free shipping
    Lowest By: At least $5

    Is It Worth It?: As a well-regarded tech retailer, it's hard to beat newegg on price and customer experience. For several PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and Windows titles, newegg is offering discounts as low as we have ever seen for each title. We're big fans of Fallout 3: Game of the Year for PlayStation 3 (pictured), Xbox 360, or PC for just $9.99. IGN calls this shooter "a fantastic game with incredible atmosphere." Not your scene? Check out these other video game deals at newegg.


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Please note that, although prices sometimes fluctuate or expire unexpectedly, all products and deals mentioned in this feature were available at the lowest total price we could find at the time of publication (unless otherwise specified).
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