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    Sub-£15 Recommendations

    Basically, I'm looking for a game for the 360. Something action/adventure based, like crash bandicoot haha, legendary game. Something with lots of extras like the box gems in Crash.
    More importantly, needs to be gotten for less than £15, as im skint!
    Cheers chaps!

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    i had a quick browse of play and noticed that Oblivion is now 17.99, not sub 15 but its supposed to be pretty damn good. im afraid adventure isnt really my forte so i dont know what to recommend

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    Overlord, but that game is just out, check eBay, you can usually get decent bargains there.


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    i rampantly detest oblivion so i suppose thats out of the question. i looked at overlord earlier on today, doesn't really seem like my cup of tea keep the suggestions coming though guys!

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    Don't think you will get many games for £15, even the older games tend to go for that or more on ebay.

    Try picking up a copy of Kameo.

    EDIT: Kameo £13.50 new and inc p&p
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    Kameo is on my shortlist is it good?
    i shall up my budget to £20 then

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    wife has this coming from ^^^^^^^^^^ play.com

    can get demo from live

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve B View Post
    Kameo is on my shortlist is it good?
    i shall up my budget to £20 then
    I liked it a lot, worth every penny of £13.50 and should keep you going for a while. Try the demo and read a couple of reviewa maybe.

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    The Tesco's website has got some good offers on xbox 360 (& other format) games at the moment, starting at £15,

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    Kameo was ace, very fun game and the achievements are easy enough for the most part (apart from the A Rankings) I got 750 of the 1000 after completeing the game and finding all the collectables.

    Tomb Raider is £15 in Tesco, again good fun, plenty of puzzles.
    Dead Rising is about £20 in Tesco although I'm sure I've seen it cheaper somewhere

    2 games for £15 in The GameCollection.net (allthough the only 2 360 games are Tony Hawks and Arcade Collection)

    http://www.thegamecollection.net/pro...php?offer_id=3

    I bought the Tecmo collection for the original X-box and Supreme Commander from them last week and got them on Saturday. The Tecmo collection works on the 360 too (I'm a sucker for old game collections).

    Which reminds me, you could always check out the Backwards compatability list on Xbox.com and pick up a bargain somewhere on an old X-Box game.
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    GRAW for £10.99

    Use mufc001 in the free delivery box for....free delivery!

    edit: I totally didn't read the OP proper. Well the option's there anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve B View Post
    Kameo is on my shortlist is it good?
    i shall up my budget to £20 then
    I found it very fun - but im just a big kid really
    Loads of puzzles, some had me scratching my head for a while.
    Quote Originally Posted by Saracen View Post
    And by trying to force me to like small pants, they've alienated me.

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    Kameo £5 Toys-R-Us

    Few others for £5 as well. In-store only I think

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    I recommend Perfect Dark Zero and Splinter Cell Double Agent, they're dirt cheap everywhere. However Dead Rising is the best of the lot if you can stretch to £20.

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    You can get Rainbow Six: Vegas for £18 on play.com as well now, that's an awesome game, especially online.


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    Re: Sub-£15 Recommendations

    Tesco are selling Rainbow 6: Vegas for £15, noticed it when i was in the other day

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