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'BioShock Infinite', 'Gears: Judgment' discounts matched at Amazon plus more

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Amazon posted price matches to several game deals that began at other retailers Sunday. This includes discounts on BioShock Infinite, Gears of War: Judgment, SimCity and more PS3, Xbox 360 and PC titles.

BioShock Infinite for the PS3, Xbox 360 and PC is available from Amazon for $10 off its regular price at $49.99. This matches the same price from Best Buy.

Meanwhile, Amazon also matched the $20 discount of Gears of War: Judgment that also originated from Best Buy along with the same sale on the 4GB Xbox 360 console now at $179.99.

The online retailer took the time to beat the sale prices of other games, however. Army of Two: The Devli's Cartel for the PS3 and Xbox 360 is $20 off at $39.99 along with SimCity for the PC. Both were only on sale for $10 off at Best Buy and Target though the $20 discount for SimCity is only good for the downloadable version.

Even the sale price of Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity was matched by Amazon at $32.99 though along with Call of Duty: Black Ops II at $49.99 and Far Cry 3 at $29.99.

Lastly, the price of Playstation All-Stars Battle Royale didn't quite reach the $29.99 level at Amazon that it did at Target but it can be had for $35.64 through the online retailer.

Update: Medal of Honor: Warfighter for the PS3, Xbox 360 and PC is on sale for $14.99.

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