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Futurama, The Art of Final Fantasy, New Humble Bundle [Deals]

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124 episodes and 4 feature-length adventures, all yours in one complete, attractive set for $85. We're definitely worried about this price not sticking around. [Amazon]

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The Sky: The Art of Final Fantasy slipcased edition hardcover | $13 + shipping

The last time we listed this it was $31, which was a killer deal at the time, this price is crazy.


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Customers can pay what they want for Broken Sword 2: The Smoking Mirror, Bridge Constructor, Type:Rider and Ravensword: Shadowlands. Those who choose to pay more than the average price will also receive Kingdom Rushand Knights of Pen & Paper +1 Edition.


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re: Futurama. Seeing that boxed set makes me realise we really need some kind of cloud-based service to be able to store these sorts of things on account and stream to wherever we damn well please. A Steam for tv and movies. I really feel like I aught to buy it, but I don't really want piles of DVDs any more.

Sorry if Netflix already is that, I have no idea. I assumed Netflix just let you watch whatever they happened to be showing at the time.