We're closing in on another holiday, guys, and that means one thing: sales. This week, Sega was the first to open up its library in celebration of Halloween. Until October 31, you can save up to 80-percent on some of it's more... unimpressive iOS efforts, including Gunstar Heroes and Virtua Fighter 2. I'm not sure if the hook for this was to scare us with lower prices or questionable games, but hey, a sale is a sale.

Here's the full list:

Nothing says spooky like ChuChu Rocket, right? In all seriousness, though, we're pretty stoked that Sega is slashing the price of this one in particular. It's a cool, fast-moving puzzle game that actually plays well on the iPad. You can catch our original review here, if the less-than-a-dollar price point isn't luring you in immediately. Here's our words of caution on Brick People by the way.

  • Anonymous

    "Nothing says spooky like Chu Chu Rocket, right?"

    I agree.

  • Dr. Mark Lipschitz

    Such a weak catalog. Give me some Dreamcast ports! I will take Virtua Fighter, Daytona, Outrun, Dynamite Cop, Zombies Revenge, Shenmue, Jet Grind Radio, Samba De Amigo, Virtua Tennis, House of the Dead, Crazy Taxi, Sonic Adventure, Nights and while your at it Panzer Dragoon Saga. Honestly Sega is sitting on some nice intellectual property that they are just wasting! How about a nice bluetooth Dreamcast controller!

  • M:E

    It amazes me that SEGA, the bigwig of the console gaming once..
    ..now have a sale on a line of games I've NEVER heard of.
    Brilliant. Well done. (I'm a gamer and a nerd, but not hardcore, and as a rule in my life, if a company can't reach *me*, who's interested and keep an eye on gaming news, but won't go out of my way to dig up info, then they're most likely not reaching out to casuals at all... And SEGA... Really don't.)