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  I just found out that Loblaws (the supermarket) sells video games! They even have a page in their flyer for video games, and one of the deals caught me by surprise...  
     
   
 
Value of the Week
(Last Updated: June 5th, 04)

RalliSport Challenge 2 (Xbox) - Loblaws ($48.83)
EBGames.com still sells this game for $49.99 USD, and most Canadian retailers have it for $60 or more. I am a RalliSport 1 (PC) addict, and according to GameRankings this one is even better... too bad it's not coming to the PC :(

Runner-Ups

Battlefield 1942: World War II Anthology (PC) - Future Shop ($49.99)
This set includes the original Battlefield 1942,
Battlefield 1942: The Road to Rome, and Battlefield 1942: Secret Weapons of World War II. Oldies but goodies.

Delta Force: Black Hawk Down Platinum (PC) - Future Shop ($49.99)
This platinum pack has the original Black Hawk Down as well as the Team Sabre expansion; you also get the Prima Strategy Guides for each! The original game soundtrack is included too.

Recent Release

Thief: Deadly Shadows (PC) - Future Shop ($49.99)
The second week now and the game hasn't gone up in price!

 
     
  Until next week, take care.  
     
 

 

 
 
 
 

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