Cheap as Chimps – 2nd December 2011 | Gamerillaz

Cheap as Chimps – 2nd December 2011

Cheap as Chimps – 2nd December 2011
 

Welcome to Cheap as Chimps where we at Gamerillaz bring you the very best prices from around the internet on some of the biggest and best titles on the market. It is also a place where you’ll be able to find out a little about a game before parting with your hard earned moola and enjoy (or endure) a multitude of monkey based puns. This weeks games include hidden blades, Rihanna, dashing moustaches and snakes.   Mario Kart 7; at Amazon UK Nintendo 3DS – £29.87/$46.55/34.80 Euro In any other category of entertainment sequels are often a thing to be dreaded, let alone when one series or another reaches number seven in the running order. I mean, pick any of the big Slasher movies, did anyone really need to see, let alone make Friday The 13th Part 8? There is one man alone who bucks this trend like a mule loaded down with breakfast cereals, armed only with a wrench and a moustache which oozes sexual magnetism. Our favourite plumber is back for some madcap racing action, this time on the 3DS in a game which is full of thrill and spills as you compete across classic and all new tracks in customizable karts and with up to eight pals in multiplayer.   Assassins Creed: Revelations; at HMV PC – £26.97$42.05/31.40 Euro Xbox and PS3 owners have been hacking and slashing their way through this title for a couple of weeks now, but today PC gamers get their chance to jump off tall buildings and knife people in the throat. Fair play to Ezio, as a bloke who must be knocking fifty he can still throw himself around with great aplomb, were as I, who I will point out is significantly younger worry I’m going to pull something every time I get of the couch. The Assassins Creed series is a favourite among the Gamerillaz team, which has led to some unfortunate injuries around the office, normally involving “sneak attacks” and hot teaspoons. We haven’t been disappointed by Revelation in the slightest, as we travel to Constantinople to take down the Templars in one of the best releases this year. Make sure this one is on your list to Santa if you haven’t gotten it yet.   Now That’s What I Call Music – Sing and Dance; at Amazon UK Wii – £19.91/$31.04/23.19 Euro Modern music is monkey poo. It is and I will brook no argument. Don’t believe me eh? Alright, name me one album which has been released in the last twenty five years that will still be being listened to in forty years time, go on, I’ll wait while you rack your thought box… No, see you can’t, told you I was right. So, maybe this new dance come karaoke tat isn’t for grumpy old curmudgeons like me, but if you still have the majority of your hair and drink brightly coloured alcoholic beverages you maybe interested to know that you can warble and jig away to Rihanna and chums in this game on the Wii, which includes over thirty tracks, a career mode and a Hip Hop tutorial. F*@king failing species.   Metal Gear Solid HD Collection; at Best Buy Xbox 360 – $49.99/£32.06/37.31 Euro PS3 – $49.99/£32.06/37.31 Euro European gamers will have to wait until February to grab a copy of this excellent collection of Metal Gear games, but our lucky American brothers and sisters of the joypad can now pick up a box which offers some truly amazing gaming value. The box contains six full games which include; Metal Gear, Solid 2: Sons of Liberty, Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater, Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker, Metal Gear, Metal Gear 2: Solid Snake, Metal Gear Solid. At less than nine bucks a title this is a really great offer on some excellent gaming.

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