We shop, you pay.
Thinking about picking up Fifa 12 today? If you’re a football fan you probably should, our review awarding it a healthy 9/10 and highighting it as a game that  “redefines what we expect from a football sim.”
With all the various deals and special offers assigned to the biggest releases nowadays, the question with every major title becomes “Where’s best to buy the thing?” We’ve got you covered.
If you’re planning to do some shopping then the best prices can be found at the supermarkets. If spend £30 in store at Sainsbury’s you can have a copy of Fifa 12 for £28.99, while Tesco will give you it for £25 when bought with any other chart game. Morrison’s has a similiar deal to Tesco but are charging £30 when bought with any other chart title.
Online you can pick up a copy from ShopTo for £37.89, Asda Direct for £38.97 or Zavvi for £39.85. The juggernauts that are Play.com and Amazon are both listing £42.89.
PC players can get the game significantly cheaper, however. Play.com and Amazon are offering it for £24.99, while EA’s Origin service is showing a tag of £29.99 and Direct2Drive are listing £29.95.
We’ll see you online…

Paul Younger
Founder and Editor of PC Invasion. Founder of the world's first gaming cafe and Veteran PC gamer of over 22 years.

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