£35 Bulletstorm/Killzone 3 GAME trade-in

Pay £5 for 13 days of play.

Reckon you'll be done with Killzone 3 and/or Bulletstorm by 10th March? If yes, GAME can guarantee you a trade-in price of £35, reports MCV.

Consider either title costs £39.99 and that means you lose only £5 for 13 days of play.

It's another of GAME's Play Now/Trade Later deals. GAME rocked the boat yesterday by announcing a guaranteed £190 for a 3DS if traded a month after release, by 25th April. That's only £7 less than GAME sells the handheld for.

GAME also offers Killzone 3 for £9.99 if you trade Dead Space 2, Test Drive Unlimited 2, Mass Effect 2 or Marvel vs. Capcom 3 on PS3.

Bulletstorm can be picked up for £4.99 if you trade Gran Turismo 5, Test Drive Unlimited 2, LittleBigPlanet 2, Marvel vs. Capcom 3, Kinect Sports or Call of Duty: Black Ops.

Bulletstorm picked up a whopping 9/10 on Eurogamer; Killzone 3 earned 8/10.

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