GameStation announces half-price Christmas deals

By Patrick Garratt, Wednesday, 19 November 2008 14:40 GMT

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UK retailer GameStation has announced a slew of Christmas reductions, including Samba De Amigo for £17.49, Battlefield: Bad Company for £19.99 and Viva Piñata: Trouble in Paradise for £17.49.

That is literally cheap.

Press release after the link.

Gamestation Half Price Deals!

Gamestation the home of “Gaming for less” does it again!

Get over to Gamestation now to find a massive range of games at half price or less! Grab these whilst you can because they won’t hang around forever!

Here is a small selection of the games on offer:

What’s cooking? Jamie Oliver (Nintendo DS) – £14.99
What’s Cooking? with Jamie Oliver on Nintendo DS will walk you through virtual and real-life cooking situations, from shopping to chopping, dressing the dish to serving up meals. Try your hand at some delicious real cooking with the interactive cookbook, stuffed with 100 original Jamie Oliver recipes only on Nintendo DS!
(http://www.gamestation.co.uk/DS/Activity/~r409434/Whats-cooking-Jamie-Oliver/?mid=409434 )

Samba De Amigo (Nintendo Wii) – £17.49
Samba de Amigo on the Nintendo Wii is all about shaking your Wii Remote and Nunchuk maracas-style in time to the Latin-flavoured soundtrack. A wildly colourful display demands that you follow the spheres on screen and make the appropriate moves to score big. In Samba De Amigo, you are graded on your performance, get into the swing of things and perform well enough to move onto the next stage in this interactive Wii classic.
(http://www.gamestation.co.uk/Wii/Party/~r407892/Samba-de-Amigo/?mid=407892 )

Battlefield: Bad Company (Sony PS3) – £19.99
In Bad Company on the Playstation 3, players take up the gun of Preston Marlowe, a rookie in the 222nd Army battalion who finds himself fighting for his life and a stack of gold. Battlefield Bad Company is the latest first person shooter in EA’s popular Battlefield series and also incorporates a massive 24 player multiplayer mode.
(http://www.gamestation.co.uk/PS3/Action/FirstPersonShooter/~r407837/Battlefield-Bad-Company/?mid=407837 )

Viva Piñata: Trouble in Paradise (Microsoft Xbox 360) – £17.49
Available exclusively on Xbox 360, “Viva Piñata: Trouble in Paradise” reinvigorates a colorful and engaging gaming experience on the Xbox 360 platform. Capture, protect, train and manage more than 100 newly discovered and existing piñata species. Viva Piñata also lets two players play together and supports up to 4 players to work collaboratively on a garden over Xbox LIVE.
(http://www.gamestation.co.uk/Xbox360/Action/~r408775/Viva-Pinata-Trouble-in-Paradise/?mid=408775 )

Casino Royale (Sony PSP) – £4.99
James Bond is back! Daniel Craig steps into the shoes of 007 in this blockbusting movie now available in high quality for your Sony PSP. James Bond goes to a high-stakes poker game at the Casino Royale to square off against terrorist banker Le Chiffre, an international loan shark who gambles with the money of his equally dangerous clients.
(http://www.gamestation.co.uk/PSP/UMDMovies/~r407754/Casino-Royale-UMD-Movie/ )

Find the Full range of Half Price Offers Here:
http://www.gamestation.co.uk/lowdown.aspx?lid=20071

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