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How could we resist?

Gamers know if they don’t want to pay the typical $60 for a new game, all they have to do is wait a little while to get a better price. 

Take this deal on Assassin’s Creed Unity, for instance, which has fallen to a bargain basement price of $10 only two years after its original release.

Set in late 1700s Paris, during the French Revolution, Assassin’s Creed Unity puts you right in the middle of a real part of history to experience the story. 

Whether you enjoy history or just like a well-crafted game, the price is right, and it’s a worthy addition to your shelf for such a small cost. Buy it here.

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