By Andy Na / April 20th, 2013
Between right now and April 30th, Aksys Games has given all gamers something of a charitable break. All products in Aksys’ online store will receive a 20% discount. Given that it’s tax month, the amount that they’re willing to shave on their games seems to reflect that.
Aksys Games is usually known for releasing plenty of unique, interesting, mechanically complex and high quality games of any genre. Seeing that most of their games aren’t incredibly costly at the online store, this deal is something to make use of, especially if you plan on directly supporting Aksys Games by buying from their store.
Here’s something from their Facebook page:
If anybody has been holding out on purchasing anything from Aksys, the 20% off code should give some leverage to those who are budget-conscious and are trying to buy titles at bargain prices. There has been no additional information about how many games can be discounted upon purchase.
The price for something like Zero Escape: Virtue’s Last Reward on the 3DS and PS Vita may look less friendly to the bargain-gamer with its $40 price tag; but considering its amount of quality and replay-value like in 999, a discount might make it more worth it. If that’s still too much, then 999, which is only $20, is a better deal.
Fans of BlazBlue also have something to look out for; BlazBlue Continuum Shift EXTEND costs less than BlazBlue Continuum Shift; and there is nothing about Continuum Shift being limited edition, making EXTEND best bargain. The PS Vita version of EXTEND costs less than the 3DS version, and is the recommended version to buy without question for those looking for the best deal.
There’s plenty of good games to be found at the website, and a 20% discount does look like a pretty good deal for the ones that are already cheap. 999 and BlazBlue Continuum Shift are titles I would certainly buy. What would you buy?
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