The week’s Play-Asia specials: Dragons, action epics and Bayonetta

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If you’re on the hunt for some cheap games for your consoles, Play-Asia rotates around weekly specials, and there are often some really great bargains to be picked up.

So what’s on for this week? Huge action this week. Whether it’s running through deep dungeons, running-and-gunning, or hacking through legions of the dead, there’s plenty here for a wide range of gamers.

Bayonetta – Platinum Games’ slick action title is hit-and-miss with gamers, but for $17 it’s also not much of a risk now. Wii U owners with a PlayStation 3 might want to especially consider it, since there’s a sequel on the way for Nintendo’s new console.

Dragon’s Dogma – This game is a mish-mash of development techniques. There’s a bit of MMO-style questing, a bit of Dark Souls-style multiplayer and a dash of Dungeons & Dragons style dungeon delving. It’s one of the most respected games from Capcom this generation, and now is a good time to pick it up.

Dead Island (Game of the Year) – For anyone who is looking forward to the sequel, and haven’t played the original, here’s a good opportunity for you. The game only met with middling reviews on release, but the game has since built up a respectable following.

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