Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood prices - Where's cheapest?

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Ubisoft's Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood is out now and it's very good. In CVG's review we awarded it 9.2/10 and called it "one of the best action games of the year".


If that isn't enough to convince you, why not have a look at our full review round-up to see what everyone else thinks of the game.

We've done a few stealth recon missions of our own and rounded up all of the best prices for Assassin's Creed Brotherhood.

First up is supermarket chain Sainsbury's, which has Brotherhood available for £29.99 - and there's no minimum spend limit or 'when bought with' requirement. Thanks to versionr and El Mag for the heads up.

Amazon, has the PS3 version of the game for £35.66, while the Xbox 360 version is listed for £37.91.

Amazon's also got the Collector's Edition, which comes with two exclusive maps, a strategy map of Rome, an art book and a Doctor Jack-in-the-Box collectible, for £167.50 on the PS3 or £157.50 on the Xbox 360. has Brotherhood for £37.99 on both the PS3 and 360. The 'Codex' edition of the game is available for a shocking £299.99 on the 360 and £249.99 on the PS3.

Gamestation are selling Brotherhood for £36.99 on both platforms, while heading over to Zavvi will get you the game for five pence cheaper at £36.95.

ShopTo is currently the cheapest option, with Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood listed for £32.85 on the PS3 and 360.

As always, let us know about any good deals you've spotted in the comments below and we'll highlight them in the story.