BioShock and Oblivion PC/X360 Bundles Hit Retail Next Month

BioShockOblivionBundle.jpg If you’re a PC and/or Xbox 360 gamer and have somehow yet to play BioShock and The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion, you’ll have no more excuses come July 7th. On that date, 2K Games and Bethesda Softworks will collaboratively release software bundles containing both Game of the Year award-winning powerhouses in one box for the PC and Xbox 360 platforms.

The PC version will run $30, with the 360 version coming in ten bucks higher at $40. That breaks down to $15-20 per game, which is a great deal for two of the most highly regarded games this generation.

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