The “Bender” board game is a new addition to the Amazon.com catalog, and its price tag isn’t bad.
It’s $39.99 on the website for a bundle of two games: “The Binding of Isaac: Rebirth” and “Bend It Like Beckham.”
The first two games are $40.99 and the third $40, but if you buy all four, you’ll be able to get the bundle for $55.99.
The games include both traditional and digital versions, so you’ll need a physical copy of each of them.
The bundle includes both physical and digital copies of both games.
(Amazon is also selling a $49.99 bundle of both the “Benders” and the “Rebirth” games, but I haven’t had a chance to try them yet.)
The games are a little pricey compared to other Amazon titles, but there’s little to complain about.
I’ve played them multiple times, with varying degrees of success, and the gameplay is pretty solid.
The game’s biggest draw, however, is the voice acting.
The voice actors are mostly excellent, but sometimes they don’t deliver what I expect from a voice actor.
For instance, a voice acting that was initially supposed to be “voice-acting-less” has been cut in half, so there are no voices at all.
There are also some weird, terrible voice effects in the game, which I can’t even explain to my kids.
The only real gripe I have is the music, which is just a little too upbeat.
It really doesn’t do anything that I’d like to see in a game, but it’s certainly nice to have.
The video game store is still selling “Bends Like Beckham,” which is a $5.99 add-on that includes a board game, a card game, and an expansion pack.
There’s also an “Ultimate Edition” that includes the game and its expansion pack, plus a few other bonuses.
The “Ultimate” is a great way to add the game to your collection, but don’t expect to spend much more than $25 on it.
If you don’t own any of the physical games, you can also buy the “Ultimate Pack” that comes with everything except the board game and expansions.
There is a “Ultimate Bundle” available for $99.99 that includes everything but the board, card, and expansion packs.
The physical games can be found on Amazon for $49 on Amazon.co.uk.
You can find them online, at the “Amazon” page of the store, or at the games’ physical website.
(Note that I’m not affiliated with Amazon in any way.)
If you’re looking to add these games to your Amazon wishlist, though, you may want to start there.
You’ll find a variety of physical and downloadable games, so it’s worth checking out before you buy.
For more on the “Avengers” franchise, check out my review of “Marvel’s Avengers: Age of Ultron” here.