originals\ Sep 21, 2013 at 12:00 pm

Can't afford Grand Theft Auto V? Check out these games instead!

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Grand Theft Auto V is selling like absolute hotcakes. But maybe you haven’t bought it yet because you’re broker than broke. Don’t worry, because there are still plenty of games you can pick up if you’re looking to scratch that gaming itch. Let’s take a look at some of the possible selections, shall we?

-          BioShock Infinite

I know, I know. Another high-budget game, how original. But maybe you’re the type of person who doesn’t like to spend $60 on a game. If that’s the case, you’re in luck. The game is currently $29.99 on Amazon. It’s time to find out what everyone was talking about…six months ago. For PC owners, you can pick up all three BioShock games for the incredibly insane price of $19.99.

-          Bundle in a Box

Maybe you’re more of an indie person. If that’s the case, we’ve still got you covered. The Bundle in a Box is currently going on and features eight games for the minimum price of $1.99. Should you beat the average pay amount, you’ll get an additional five games. That’s thirteen games for about $6. Go forth and buy. Right now. Seriously.

-          Humble Indie Bundle 9

Some of you may not be familiar with the Bundle in a Box. You’re probably familiar with the Humble Bundle, though. Their 9th indie bundle is currently going on right now and features Mark of the Ninja, Brutal Legend, and Trin 2: Complete Story. Beat the average, and you’ll unlock games such as FTL: Faster Than Light, FEZ, and Bastion. That’s another absolutely amazing deal that you should jump on right now.  

-          Remember Me

Grand Theft Auto V is the closest thing to a surefire hit in the gaming world we can get. Perhaps you’re looking for something new, something edgy, and something different. If that’s the case, then check out Remember Me, released earlier this year and currently on sale at Amazon for about $33 bucks, depending on the system you purchase it on. Don’t be afraid; support a new IP!

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