Atari Whips Out the Price Trimmer, Cuts Prices on Alone in the Dark, DBZ: Burst Limit and Smash Court Tennis 3

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The economy is in the toilet right now and times are tight for families across the country, making it especially difficult for many gamers to fund their gaming hobby. Thankfully Atari is here to help out a bit, this week announcing price cuts for Alone in the Dark, Dragon Ball Z: Burst Limit and Smash Court Tennis 3. Alone in the Dark for Xbox 360 has been trimmed down from $50 to $40, with the PC (both DVD and digital download versions), PS2 and Wii versions now going for a mere 20 bucks. Both the PS3 and Xbox 360 versions of DBZ: Burst Limit have been cut by $10 to the new low price of $39.99, and the 360-exclusive tennis sim Smash Court Tennis 3 is down to $19.99 — a 50% price cut! Great deals all around.

Prices marked down on Alone in the Dark, DBZ: Burst Limit and Smash Court Tennis 3 [Atari US]

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