1. Fable 2 (Xbox 360) – $19
Picking up hundreds of years after the first Fable many fans were disappointed by this game. The Game of the Year edition comes with the Knothole Island and See the Future expansions. At this price you just can’t pass it up.
2. Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots (PS3) – $20
Widely known for its long cut scenes this game is regarded as the reason many people picked up a PlayStation 3 in the first place. Boasting a strong single player experience and a decent multiplayer experience at the price of $20 it’s hard to pass up.
3. Mercenaries 2: World in Flames ( Xbox 360/ PS3)- $19
A very fun open world experience with lots of explosions, here is a game that would make Michael Bay proud. The game does not boast the best graphics but they are still very good for an open world game. Also, for $19 it is a hard deal to say no to once you see the price.
4. Halo Wars (Xbox 360) – $28
This game was one of the few strategy games that works well on a console. This is due to the fact it was built from the ground up with a console in mind. While it is not run and gun like the rest of the Halo series; nevertheless, it pays homage to the fact Bungie’s original idea for Halo was a strategy game.
5. MadWorld (Wii) – $7
This is the most artistic and sadistic game on the Wii at the moment. While I did not want to pick the game up at full price because it was only a single-player Wii game at $7 I would defiantly pick it up.