DS bargains abound
Piggy banks beware
By Fraser MacInnes, From Pocket Gamer | 2007-06-20
The DS is a fairly wallet friendly console on the whole, but that doesn't mean that as devotees of the dual screen we're above scraping through the internet for bargains. A penny saved is a penny earned, as they say.
Amazon has a pretty decent two DS games for £24 deal on at the moment featuring an array of good (and not so good) titles, with Rub Rabbits, Bomberman, Age of Empires and the modestly popular Lunar Genesis (all reviewed here) standing out as worthwhile purchases.
Out of special offer territory there are also some fantastic bargains to be had for full price games on both Amazon and Play just now.
Amazon is parting with used and new copies of Puzzle Quest for just ₤15.99, Super Monkey Ball: Touch and Roll for as little as ₤7.85, and the fairly old but still great Project Rub for ₤6.
Play.com has some attractively priced newish games available, too, with Final Fantasy Chocobo Tales going for ₤16.99 and Final Fantasy III costing a mere ₤14.50.
It might be summer time, but with so many reasons to spend that rainy day cash, it's definitely the time to take a hammer to your piggy bank. It also gives you non-Pokemon addicts something to tide you over until The Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass is released over here.