Kalahari Turbo Save special launches

Kalahari launches some mix-and-match gaming special options

March 26, 2013
Kalahari Turbo Save

Kalahari has launched its Turbo Save special deals, which give some discounts on multiple game purchases.

The specials include a number of options to cater for those looking for new or classic games.

You can pick up two PC games for R99. Some of the games which are worth grabbing include Red Faction: Armageddon, Company of Heroes, Binary Domain and the very underrated Driver: San Francisco, among others.

You can grab two PS3, Xbox 360 or 3DS games for R299 in the one category. Some of the games on offer include Singularity, Heavy Rain, Duke Nukem: Forever, Modnation Racers and Killzone 2, among others.

The top-tier category sees any two Xbox 360 or PS3 games going for R499 together. Some of the games include Resident Evil: Operation Racoon City, Dark Souls, Modern Warfare 2 and Dead Island: Game of the Year Edition, among others.

There are some other “mix & match” options available, so check them out on Kalahari’s Turbo Save special: http://www.kalahari.com/promotions/splash42.aspx

The games are available while stocks last.

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