Get Your Cyber Monday Video Game Deals

Want EA's Spore for 20 bucks? The new Spore Creepy and Cute Parts expansion pack free? The Xbox 360 Arcade with Guitar Hero III for $270? Have a look at Ian Paul's "20 Hot Cyber Monday Deals" for a general link grab with a few helpful game tips, and the following complementary list for some last minute extras.

Walmart

Walmart has the Xbox 360 Arcade with Guitar Hero III and World Tour Wireless Guitar Bundle for $270, though they say they're currently "out of stock online" and that the bundle's "not sold in stores." I like their twofer Wii games deal -- 2-for-$30 game bundle. Sure, the selection's an oasis of meh, but then that's me, and maybe Petz Catz 2 or Ninja Reflex are just what you're looking for. Also: The twofer deals extend to the Nintendo DS, PS2, Xbox 360, and PSP. Sorry, no love for you this year, PlayStation 3.

Walmart's "Toy & Video Games" hub.

Amazon

How about 30 bucks off Guitar Hero World Tour guitar bundle (normally $90) for PlayStation 2? 20 bucks off Grand Theft Auto IV (normally $60) for PlayStation 3? 30 bucks off Spore (normally $50) for Windows or Mac? 16 bucks off Saints Row 2 (normally $60) for PlayStation 3?

Amazon's "Great Video Game Deals" hub.

GameStop

GameStop's asking full price for Spore, but giving the regularly $20 "Creepy & Cute Part" expansion pack away free when you pick up the original for $50. If you're boat floateth more toward micromanagey real-time strategy games, both the regular and premium editions of Red Alert 3 are enjoying a $10 discount (from $50 and $65 respectively). Warhammer Online, one of our holiday games picks, gets a $10 chop, down from $50. And if your fake guitar withers in direct sunlight, GameStop's apparently trying to clear out their inventory of Mad Catz's "Coffin Case Hard Flight Case," a coffin-shaped container with a blood red satin interior, I kid not, for your plastic axe.

GameStop's "Cyber Monday" hub.

And More...

NewEgg's "For Gamers" hub.

Best Buy's "Video Game Offers" hub.

Toys "R" Us "Cyber Deals" hub.

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