Hey, you got $5 bucks and a capable PC? Well, why not pick up Binary Domain? We here at SEGAbits loved the game, check out our review. It even redeems on Steam, so no worries there. What else is on sale for SEGA? Let’s have a look.
Not as much as I would have liked. But it is still quite a nice selection. Though having a nice sell on SEGA & Sonic All-Stars Transformed would have been really awesome. You can check out over 800 games being discount over at Amazon now. Have fun!
In what looks like happy news for Sega, it appears Rhythm Thief is selling well in the USA and Canada. Mind you, this is going by only a few local incidences. Such as the Player One Podcast’s Greg Stewart mentioning that he could not find a copy at any store near him and that at the time of the recording, amazon.ca was completely sold out with third paty sellers wanting $12 over MSRP.
Well, I did a little digging myself, and it turns out most of the GameStops near me are either sold out or low in stock (mostly low). Also, Amazon.com in the US is completely sold out as well and relying on third party sellers. Keep in mind that it’s highly likely Sega only produced a low supply of the game for N/A retail after seeing how poorly it did in Europe and that’s why we’re seeing these copies run out. Still, it shows a strong demand for the game which is only good news for SoA. Those either on the fence or waiting for a price drop might want to consider picking up a copy sooner than later.
Amazon.com and Amazon.co.uk have updated their product pages for Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed with prices, mention of a “World Tour” mode as well as a Bonus Edition. The 360, PS3, 3DS and Vita versions are listed as being a “bonus edition” of the game, but no mention is made as to what that bonus is. Given that the games are listed as “out of stock”, and pre-orders have yet to open, don’t expect a reveal of the bonus until the game is available for pre-order. The price for the 360 and PS3 version is currently $39.99, $10 less than the first All-Stars Racing game. The Vita and 3DS versions are priced at $29.99. As for World Tour mode, this is most likely the story mode in which you island hop and unlock racers. The Wii U version has yet to appear on Amazon, but a listing for it has appeared at Game.co.uk for £49.99.
Is there anyone reading Segabits that hasn’t picked up Sonic Geneations yet? If so, why? It’s the best Sonic game in years and a damn good platformer. If you are still on the fence then you’re in luck, Amazon.com is offering a pretty hot deal on the Steam (PC) version. Get your digital copy of Sonic Generations right now for only $10.19.
That’s a steal folks, not to mention the PC version is the best version and controls great with a USB Xbox360 controller.
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Amazon offers some superb deals this time of year. Today and today only they are offering amazing deals on several SEGA games for the PC. The best part? They are all for download, meaning you don’t even have to wait for them to ship! Here’s a few of the deals:
SEGA Power Pack ( 20 downloads including Sonic Generations, Complete Total War series, Football Manager 2012, Renegade Ops, and SEGA Genesis Classic Series): $49.99 (List Price 261.42)
Sonic Generations: $15.00 (List price $29.99)
Total War: Shogun 2: $7.49 (List Price $29.99)
There’s loads more deals, which you can find here.
Amazon is having their own version of Black Friday, only they are doing it all week. They even have some pretty damn cheap games. Two SEGA deals that stand out are:
Don’t miss out if you have not picked up both those games, especially Yakuza 4. That game is just plain awesome. Find some other good SEGA deals on Amazon? Post it in the comment section.
Yakuza 4 is a great game with lots of good content for you to play through. If you don’t believe us, believe our review.
Now Amazon has a sale for the game that will only be up for today.The game comes out to $38.89. Not bad at all. Well worth the cash. So buy yourself a copy and get one for your friend that always plays Black Ops, he must be tired of that game, no?
You can nab up the PS3 version of SEGA & Sonic All-Stars Racing on the PS3 for the low price of $19.99. The 360 version can be had for $29.99. This is a price drop via Amazon.
SEGA & Sonic All-Stars Racing: $19.99
The game is highly recommended, even read our review!
Amazon.com has posted some in-game screenshots of the upcoming Sonic Colors on their product page. All well and good, but what is up with the picture above?
Some say it could be co-op mode, others think its time trial. I think it might be a 2 player racing mode, in the vain of Sonic 2′s multiplayer mode. Should have just switched red Sonic to Tails. But then people would complain its not ‘Sonic only’.
[Thanks: Dr. SEGA Monkey ]
If you have not gotten the excellent MadWorld, get it now for $6.90. That is cheaper than most things on the StarBucks menu, so do it!
You got yourself a copy? I think its time for a back up copy. Its so cheap, you can use them for coasters too.