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Checkpoint: Black Friday 2012 Edition


Black Friday has come and gone. There is the — awfully named — Cyber Monday but I don’t think I’ll be spending any more money. I decided to buy only one thing, a PlayStation Vita.

I didn’t want a Vita when I could have gotten one for $149.99, so why would I want one now? Amazon.com priced the newly released Assassin’s Creed: Liberation PlayStation Vita bundle for $179.99 and threw in 3 months of PlayStation Plus AND a copy of PlayStation All Stars Battle Royale. It’s true that I don’t really want those free games but with PlayStation Plus and its generous freebies, it made the Vita much more attractive.

Also not having to spend money on a memory card is welcomed.

I actually did want a copy of Dead or Alive 5 but I think it will slide down to $19.99 during Boxing Week.

I’ve been playing Call of Duty: Black Ops II; dabbling in both the campaign and the multiplayer. I think I’m at the half way point of the campaign or at least getting there. As for the multiplayer? I’m level 22 and slowly acclimating to the ways of Call of Duty multiplayer.

I still have my Halo 4 review to finish. With Black Friday sales getting in the way, I didn’t have time to wrap it up last week. I’m hoping to post it this Wednesday.

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