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'Need for Speed: Most Wanted' added to Amazon Editor's Choice PC download sale

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Amazon's Editor's Choice Deals for downloadable PC games continue with a small batch of titles and DLC from Electronic Arts added to the mix. Need for Speed: Most Wanted is likely the best of the bunch but it is joined by Alice: Madness Returns, Medal of Honor and DLC for SimCity. Of course, there are some deals that will be ending soon that you'll want to keep your eyes on as well.

Need for Speed: Most Wanted is discounted to $9.49 but you can also pick up all of the racing game's DLC for $11.99 with the All DLC Bundle. This bundle includes all four DLC packs for Most Wanted which adds 20 cars plus new courses and events.

The following EA games will be on sale through Jan. 16 as part of the Editor's Choice Deals. Don't forget that if you purchased a digital game from Amazon in December you should have received a $5 off coupon that's good for any of the games in the sale.

This is what is currently available through Jan. 18.

And these are the deals that will be available through Jan. 31.

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