Biomutant didn’t exactly set the world on fire when it arrived in 2021, but beneath its rough exterior is a surprisingly fun game. Now that it’s discounted to just $13, the game is an easy recommendation for anyone seeking a new open world to explore. It’s a bit quirky, but no doubt it’s worth a play for less than 15 bucks.
At GameFly, you can find dozens of preowned PlayStation, Xbox, and Nintendo Switch games, including popular titles like Dying Light 2: Stay Human, Deathloop, and New Pokemon Snap. Free delivery is included with all orders, as well as original cases and inserts. You also get any DLC codes that come with new copies of the game. GameFly’s preowned titles, in our experience, are in like-new condition.
Rumors of a Game Boy and Game Boy Advance virtual console for the Switch began making the rounds last year, although Nintendo has yet to confirm its existence. The Switch currently has several retro consoles and games available on it–NES, SNES, Sega Genesis, and N64–as part of Nintendo’s regular and premium subscription services. A Game Boy virtual console was previously available on the Nintendo 3DS, although the Game Boy Advance has received much less exposure over the years after it was replaced by the Nintendo DS.
If you’re yet to experience the chaotic adventure that is Stranger of Paradise: Final Fantasy Origin, you’ll find it discounted to $40 at GameFly. The fast-paced action game offers some of the most engaging combat in the series–although its narrative toes the line between non-sensical and downright cringy. Our review gave it a 7/10, praising its “Souls-inspired approach to combat,” while wishing it did more to develop its unique cast of characters.
While 10 games were made available when the handheld console first launched as part of a 3DS ambassadors program and a GBA virtual console was available on the Wii U, the best option to play GBA titles with more modern hardware has been through enthusiast devices such as the handheld Analog Pocket or Hyperkin’s console that can plug directly into your TV–If you still have the original carts, that is.