Bioshock Infinite: The Complete Edition — Bundles are a bundle of fun

By | November 5, 2014

I love bundles. The Total War bundle was one of the best because even the oldest game, Shogun, was still worth playing even though it had Total War: Rome, which completely changed the gameplay in the series. Will Ferrell SNL bundles can’t be beat. Even U2 bundles, as shameless money-making gimmicks they are, are worth picking up. Would I pick up a bundle? Definitely. Would I buy a bundle at the full retail price? No way. The trick with bundles is waiting and then you snag it when the price goes down or it shows up on Ebay.

The Bioshock Infinite: The Complete Edition is out and it’s even got a launch trailer. Says something about the 2013 release. It’s got the game plus all the DLC. Thus, it’s a bundle! So if you held out from buying the Game of the Year and all the add-ons, then you can pick it up now. It’s a value of over $50 for just…$39.99. $39.99??? Yes, that’s right, you’ll save over $10 with the bundle. Amazing!

Bioshock Infinite is a great game. But unless you absolutely need to have it right now, you could probably get it on the rebound and I guarantee you’ll be able to pick it up at $19.99 next year.

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