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7 Games You Can Get For Under R200

Bioshock Infinite game

Need a gaming experience for the weekend that won’t break the bank? Check out our list…

Gaming can be an expensive hobby these days, but MenStuff is here to help you find some digital adventures that aren’t too hefty on your wallet.

Check out 5 great games you can buy for under R200:

Bioshock Infinite (Xbox 360 / PS3)

Bioshock Infinite is the third (and arguably best) instalment in the Bioshock franchise, creating an awesome blend of gunplay, RPG elements, and breathtaking storytelling. The game turns the underwater world of Bioshock on its head and throws players into a city in the skies, literally. BioShock Infinite received critical acclaim upon release, with reviewers particularly praising the story, setting and visual art design.

Bioshock Infinite is available from Raru for R176 on Xbox 360 and R201 on PS3.

Bioshock Infinite screenshot

Murdered: Soul Suspect (PS4 / Xbox 360 / PS3)

Murdered: Soul Suspect takes the ‘who’s killed me and why?’ set-up of the B-movie classic DOA one step further, by making its hero, Ronan O’Connor, a ghost out to track down his killer, with the killer in question of the serial variety. Thrown out of a window and then shot for good measure, Ronan’s left in a kind of ghostly limbo, able to wander through walls and furniture or temporarily possess the living, read their minds and sometimes influence (though not control) their behaviour. It’s an interesting game that has some unique gameplay ideas for those looking for something different.

Murdered: Soul Suspect is available from Raru for R126 on PS4, R76 on Xbox 360, and R76 on PS3.

murdered soul suspect screen

Singularity (Xbox 360)

Singularity is definitely one of the most interesting and entertaining shooters of 2010. It may initially appear familiar to those who’ve played Bioshock and Half-Life, but Singularity creates a unique personality for itself with a phenomenal story, intriguing level design and time-manipulating mechanics.

Singularity is available from Raru for R76.

Singularity

The Evil Within (Xbox 360)

Arguably the scariest looking game available, The Evil Within features Resident Evil creator Shinji Mikami as the game’s director, with a story that follows veteran police detective Sebastian Castellanos as he investigates the scene of a gruesome mass murder. Of course, things aren’t as they seem, and he soon finds himself in a deranged world where hideous creatures wander among the dead.

The game plays out as a familiar third-person shooter in which scavenging for supplies and learning when to fight or run are key factors in surviving, much like Resident Evil, but for a new generation.

The Evil Within is available on Takealot for R199.

The Evil Within screen

Crimes and Punishments: Sherlock Holmes (PC)

Crimes and Punishments takes place over the course of six perplexing, well-written cases that give Holmes ample opportunities to do what Holmes does best: Snoop around crime scenes for clues, interrogate suspects, and talk down to just about everyone he meets.

Crimes and Punishment: Sherlock Holmes is available on Takealot for R171.

Crimes and Punishment

The Darkness II (PS3)

Inspired by the comic book series, The Darkness II is a first-person shooter that thrusts you into the role of Jackie Estacado, don of a New York crime family and wielder of an ancient chaotic force known as The Darkness. It’s a bloody, fast-paced, and downright brutal shooter that lets you unleash some pretty horrific powers. It’s not the longest game in the world, but for the current price, it’s easily worth the investment.

The Darkness II is available on Raru for R126.

The Darkness 2 screen

Will you be picking up any of the above games? Let us know by tweeting@MenStuffZA and commenting below.

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