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When it comes to big sales, great deals, and cool preorders, it is not at all uncommon for Canada to get the shaft. Fortunately, however, it seems that Best Buy is seeking to remedy that this Summer with quite a few good deals for those who are interested in them. Perhaps the most noteworthy of the lot is the recently-released PlayStation 3 title inFAMOUS, which sees a $40 reduction to just $29.99 from June 30th to July 2nd. If I were a PlayStation 3 owner, I'd definitely look into that. And it would be tempting to remedy that the week before, if I had the cash to spare. June 26th to 29th has the 80GB PS3 for $399.99, and it comes with two free games, which in the ad appear to be Resistance and Metal Gear Solid 4, two of the Greatest Hits collection. No telling if other Greatest Hits are instead applicable, for those wondering. And there's still more. Read More

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Nintendo Showcasing Wii at 50th Anniversary of Annual AARP Event

In a move that'll probably anger hardcore Nintendo fans wanting the House of Mario to redirect its attention back to making Zeldas, Metroids and Super Marios, the company announced that it will have its Wii console on display for senior citizens to try out at the annual "Life@50+" expo held by AARP in September. Today, Nintendo announced that they will be helping to celebrate AARP's 50th anniversary at the annual "Life@50+" expo. Nintendo will show off Wii Sports, Wii Fit, Brain Age 2 and Crosswords DS for seniors to play and compete in. The "Life@50+" expo will start September 7 during the Grandparents Day holiday, and will run for three days at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, D.C. -- GameDaily I might be in the minority on this, but I'm quite alright with Nintendo reaching audiences of all ages with its products. What I don't like, however, is that besides Super Mario RPG coming out on the Virtual Console last week, I, as a more traditional gamer, haven't had a reason to turn on my Wii since Super Smash Bros. Brawl came out. You've gotta throw us a bone every now and again, Nintendo. Read More