Get Your Game On With These 3 Classic Gaming Deals

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If you missed out on Black Friday and Cyber Monday and Sit In Your Sweatpants And Play Video Games While Eating Cool Ranch Doritos Saturday, don't sweat your controller-gripping mitts. There are still plenty of deals to take advantage of, including some huge savings on these classic gaming hits.

SimCity 4: Deluxe Edition

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This bundle combines SimCity 4 and its expansion, Rush Hour, for the most complete city-building experience available outside of becoming the United States Secretary of Housing and Urban Development. Rather than just focusing on a single bustling metropolis, SimCity 4 lets you construct an entire interconnected region, with farming towns, suburbs, commercial centers, and industrial districts.

Every aspect of the world you build is under your control, so if the trains don't run on time or a nuclear meltdown occurs, it's up to you to fix it. Plus, you can summon any number of natural disasters, up to and including a meteor, to remind the populace that the world is a cruel and uncaring place. SimCity 4: Deluxe Edition normally sells for $20, but you can take 75 percent off and get a copy for just $4.99.

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Trainz: A New Era Platinum Edition Bundle

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Trainz: A New Era Platinum Edition Bundle is like The Sims for trains, letting you do every damn thing that you can possibly imagine in a train simulator. (Well, not everything, you sicko.) Build incredibly sprawling routes across the world or ride the rails of real-world historic and modern routes with multiple train sets, and team up with other players to construct and operate working rail lines.

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You can also access the Download Station for over 250,000 items created by the Trainz community, or share your own created routes if you feel like inflicting your robber baron ingenuity on the rest of the world. This bundle includes the standard Trainz game, plus 16 additional routes, three train sets, and a bevy of new content included in the Deluxe and Platinum editions of the game. Normally it sells for $327, but you can take 93 percent off and get the whole caboose for $19.99.

Call Of Duty 4: Modern Warfare

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Call Of Duty 4: Modern Warfare is the groundbreaking game that launched the modern military shooter genre. Fans of its intense, dramatic single-player campaign and those who appreciate the fine art of n00b-tubing in its frenetic, high-octane multiplayer mode still consider it one of the best games ever made. Engage enemies using over 70 authentic weapons in a race to defuse a global threat, or sharpen your skills against your friends and online strangers in several multiplayer scenarios with a robust leveling system. If you've somehow never played Modern Warfare before, or are looking to revisit a contemporary classic, treat yourself for just $9.99, 50 percent off the normal price of $19.99.

Race out and get these deals right away so you can start building your Mario Prestige immediately.

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