They also have $35 Wii U Pro controllers. Not quite as good as the BBY deal of the day from earlier this week but they're available in black too this time which is why a lot of people were passing on that.
Of the trilogy, Dead Space 3 was the weakest IMO. Tacked on "crafting" (in disguise as "hey, let's do microtransactions") and more predictable scares than DS1 or DS2.
See I think that in many ways DS3 was the most polished and well rounded game in the series and yet that's exactly what makes it the worst. Far more shooter, these open areas that are neat but lead to even more repetition and backtracking, a crafting system that let's you build the gun you want but looses the character of the weapons, and it really can drag as it tries to pad itself out and be grand in scope. In a lot of ways it feels like Gears of War in space more than Deadspace which is a shame because it had some genuinely neat sequences and there were a lot of AHA moments that tied together the story of all three games. In between those moments I kept finding myself wishing the game would just hurry up and end though.
Yeah, the microtransactions being tacked on was crappy and offensive but it was never pushed in your face or felt mandatory (got the crafting achievements like 2/3's through the game without them). I think if they had maybe just let Isaac be a minor character and gone in a different direction they could have told the same story within the shooter framework and had a lot less scrutiny. Then again I paid $11 for DS3, sold it for $18 and almost quit several times during my play through and definitely wouldn't recommend it above $20.