Pre-order sales for THQ Inc.’s Saints Row: The Third for Sony Corp.’s Playstation 3 and Microsoft Corp.’s Xbox 360 ranked in the top 10 at Wal-Mart Stores Inc.’s online division pending release of the sequel.

The Saints Row: The Third Xbox 360 SKU ranked as the No. 3 best-selling pre-order product at Wal-Mart Stores Inc.’s online division

The Saints Row: The Third PS3 SKU ranked at No. 9 in the same period.

This week, Amazon is offering a $10 Bonus and the Professor Genki Pack with the pre-order purchase of the title.

Saints Row: The Third, developed by Volition Inc., is a third-person action title that includes mission-based gameplay in an open-world.

The final game will include co-op functionality for up to two players.

Sony in Aug. price cut the PS3 160GB SKU to $249.99.

In addition, the PS3 320GB Move Bundle now sells at $349.99.

The new Playstation 3 320GB Infamous 2 Bundle includes the PS3 320GB hardware SKU, Infamous 2, a 30-day Playstation Plus trail membership and Dualshock 3 Controller at $299.99.

Finally, the Playstation 3 320GB Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception Bundle sells at $299.99.

The Xbox 360 250GB Holiday Value Bundle includes the Xbox 360 250GB hardware SKU, Fable III, Halo: Reach Digital Download, and 3-Month Xbox Live Gold Card at $299.99.

The Xbox 360 250GB Holiday Bundle Value with Kinect includes the Xbox 360 250GB hardware SKU, Kinect sensor, Kinect Adventure, Carnival Games Digital Download, and 3-Month Xbox Live Gold Card at $399.99.

Microsoft in Sept. began sale of the limited edition Xbox 360 320GB Gears of War 3 Bundle at $399.99.

The Xbox 360 Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 Bundle includes an Xbox 360 320GB SKU with custom Modern Warfare 3 graphics and sounds, two custom wireless controllers, special Avatar items, Black Wired Headset, and a copy of Modern Warfare 3 at $399.99.

In 2012 it will sell the Xbox 360 Limited Edition Star Wars Kinect Bundle at $449.99.

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