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PSA – Gaming sales now on

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It’s not yet the end of the month and you’re already eating the box that your Corn Flakes came in. Still, much like an alcoholic or a smoker, you always have money for some addiction. So here’s how you can save a few bucks with these current gaming sales.

First up, here’s what Kalahari is offering y’all:


If you truly, truly hate someone and would go to the ends of the Earth to make them suffer then i can’t recommend Neverdead enough. Being forced to play that game is technically a war crime which can get you tried in the Hague, but it’s cheaper than buying a new set of torture tools.


Splinter Cell: Blacklist is pretty recent, so that;s a decent special right there for R250, while The Bureau: XCOM Declassified is actually a decent game and tempting for the same price. Remember, the catch here is that you actually get a decent discount the more you buy, so check out Kalahari for more details.

CNA is also having a sale of sorts. Not as comprehensive as the Kalahari one, there still happen to be two gems available for the frugal gamer. Ratchet & Clank: Nexus is actually a damn good game and perfect for making your children hell-spawn leave you alone, while you can get the latest FIFA for under R400 and create a custom Manchester team that will out-sperts Gavin’s beloved Liverpool in the sperting league of sperts.


More details, on this page. I’m also having a sale right now. I need to find a way to buy the new Rambo game, so I’ll automatically give your game 11/10 if you send an envelope of money to this address:

  • Behind the hot water pipes
  • Third bathroom at the Gautrain station
  • Johannesburg

It’d be a shame if your game got a six out of ten, wouldn’t it?

Last Updated: February 19, 2014


  1. Which station?


  2. Pieter Kruger

    February 19, 2014 at 14:44

  3. Nick

    February 19, 2014 at 16:27

    “The Bureau: XCOM Declassified is actually a decent game…”

    I used to believe in you ;(


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