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Monday, 22 October 2012 08:37

AMD bundles three games with HD 7000 cards

Written by Fudzilla staff



That’s a lot free bloodshed and gratuitous violence


AMD is offering a new games bundle with HD 7000 series cards and oddly enough, the games on offer are pretty good.

Anyone who goes for an HD 7900 series card is looking at Farcry 3, Hitman: Absolution and Sleeping Dogs. Buyers of two HD 7800 cards or a dual-headed HD7770 GHz edition can expect Farcry and Hitman, while those less fortunate, who end up with a single HD 7800 or HD 7770 series card will get just Farcry.

Still, this is pretty good value for money and the choice of titles is just as good. Bundled games tend to be somewhat older, less popular titles, so AMD’s new Never Settle bundle seems like a welcome breath of fresh air.

AMD is also offering discounts for Medal of Honor: Warfighter and new bundles for 2013, provided conspiracy cranks are wrong and the world doesn’t end in December 2012.

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