GameStop tablets available now, bundled with six games

GameStop tablets available now, bundled with six games

Retail gaming outlet GameStop has begun selling their first three Android tablets which have been retro-fitted and accessorized as gaming tablets.  Hoping to wedge themselves in between devices like the iPad, Sony PSP, and the Nintendo DS series, GameStop is making it a point to identify these as more than just traditional Android tablets.  To do so, the gaming company is bundling seven titles with each product as well as offering a wireless game controller for an additional $39.

In an earlier and somewhat related move, GameStop acquired the gaming website/service Kongregate last year. It would not surprise us to see these tablets come loaded with the game portal, putting the content front and center.

The six bundled games include:

  1. Dead Space
  2. Monster Madness
  3. Sonic CD
  4. Cordy
  5. Riptide GP
  6. Re-Load

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