Get 'SimCity 4' for $5 and 'Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare' on sale for less than $10

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Whoever said that reality is better than fiction hasn't taken the 2018 news cycle into account. It's really no wonder more and more people are becoming increasingly reliant on escapist entertainment.

If you, too, are looking for a way to escape reality for a little while, we suggest immersing yourself in these classic games. Don't worry about digging into your wallet — they're both on sale for less than $10.

SimCity 4: Deluxe Edition

In Sims, you get to live your best life vicariously through your gibberish-spewing made up virtual person. In SimCity, the stakes are higher, and you get the chance to play God. Spawn a living and breathing megalopolis complete with farming towns, bedroom communities, stadiums, airports, and universities. Design different cities and take charge of transportation through a competent integrated transit network (looking at you, MTA). You can even summon disasters like erupting volcanoes, tornadoes, and meteors — just because you can. Read more...

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