The list of video games you absolutely have to play grows longer every day, and unfortunately, new games aren't getting any cheaper. If you want to play every AAA title that's released, budgeting becomes very important. You'll need to know where to find the cheapest video games, how to get discounted video games, and what times of the year are best to go on huge spending sprees.
If you're shelling out $60 for every game that promises to redefine the shooter genre, you'll be broke in a week. Worse than that, your sadness will probably cause your kill/death ratio to suffer, which is universally shameful. Thankfully, there are tons of ways to score premium items at a discount, or even for free, and video games are no exception.
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