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Christmas Gift Guide

The Orange Box

Dead Space

Uncharted: Drake's Fortune

Zack & Wiki: Quest for Barbaros' Treasure

BioShock

Resident Evil 4: Wii edition

Grand Theft Auto IV

Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patroits

Arguably one of the best values in gaming, The Orange Box packed in a whopping total of five games onto one disc.

Lowest price online:
$20 (Xbox 360)
$20 (PS3)
$28 (PC)
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This terrifying adventure through an abandoned space station was one of 2008's best.  Just a year later, it's available online for as low as $15.

Lowest price online:
$15 (Xbox 360)
$19 (PS3)
$27 (PC)
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Before the events of Uncharted 2, Nathan Drake found himself in an entirely different treasure-chasing adventure.  Guide him through jungles and ruins in the original game that started it all.

Lowest price online:
$27 (PS3)
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While critically acclaimed, Zack & Wiki did not receive the mainstream success it deserved.  Praised for its innovative use of Wii controls, it's easily one of the best third-party games available on the system. If you own a Wii, this is a must-have title.

Lowest price online:
$30 (Wii)
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If you've never made the trip to Rapture, what are you waiting for?  Before BioShock 2 hits in February 2010, make sure you play the original epic.

Lowest price online:
$19 (Xbox 360)
$19 (PS3)
$20 (PC)
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While Resident Evil 4: Wii Edition is a GameCube remake, its graphics still hold up by today's standards.  Arguably the best game in the series, Resident Evil 4: Wii Edition improved on the original by adding intuitive motion controls.

Lowest price online:
$12 (Wii)
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The first GTA game in HD, Grand Theft Auto IV blew audiences away with its lifelike city and cinematic storyline.  This achievement in gaming is now available for less than $20.

Lowest price online:
$18 (Xbox 360)
$27 (PS3)
$20 (PC)

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Possibly the PlayStation 3's biggest game to date, Metal Gear Solid 4 featured eye-popping graphics and an incredibly in-depth and complex storyline.  Amazingly, this masterpiece can now be had for less than $30.

Lowest price online:
$27 (PS3)
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