Gamestop is doing a buy 2 get 1 free on all used games right now. Not sure how long it lasts.
I almost got Yoshi's Woolly World and Mario & Luigi: Dream Team but I couldn't find a third game. And then I thought long and hard and realized I have too many damn unopened games already so I walked out with nothing.
Sony is doing multiple weeks of mid-year PSN sales. There are some crazy discounts in there, like Grim Fandango being 90% off for PS Plus members. Lots of other stuff is around 70% and 80% off I got $65 worth of games for $14. That's a $51 discount!
But four of them were just the remaining replacements for the games that I lost in Japan. The other two were Hyrule Warriors Legends 3DS and the Sega 3D Classics Collection. I even signed up for the Gamestop Pro Rewards thing, since it only added three dollars to my purchase. Game Informer, here I come!
Yeah, their rewards turn over all the time though. Might still be there. And YES, we could be Porkins Twins. I'd wear mine one day while you're wearing yours, and then you'd wear yours for the next 2-3 days (until you win another one in a White Elephant game). It'd be awesome.
Hmm, Mario & Luigi Dream Team is 19.99 in the eShop right now, which wouldn't even be that great of a deal for such an old game but it's surprisingly tough to find this one cheap. Maybe I should grab it up.
I'm too lazy to post them all but here are some of the best deals in my eyes:
Mario & Luigi: Dream Team - 19.99 Fire Emblem Awakening - 19.99 Star Fox Zero - 34.99 Zero Escape: Zero Time Dilemma - 27.99 Zero Escape: Virtue's Last Reward - 12.49 SteamWorld Heist - 11.99 Freedom Planet - 7.49 FAST Racing NEO - 7.49
A lot of physical Nintendo games become rare these days. They print pretty conservatively. Which isn't such a big deal, since everything's available digitally, as well. However, collectors will always exist. You know what's funny? The retail version of New Super Luigi U is going for, like, $80-$150 on Amazon. Should I hold out a little longer or sell, sell, sell??
It's your call but you might want to hold onto it. In general, the price of those sort of games tends to go up with time. However, the secondhand video game bubble is drawing closer towards popping. But that will mainly effect the super expensive stuff like Little Samson and Earthboubd.
It's your call. Taking the money now isn't bad at all, but I expect it to go higher.