GameStop Cyber Monday Gaming Deals: Last Chance to Save On PS4, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One X

GameStop Cyber Monday 2019 deals

GameStop’s Cyber Monday 2019 is nearly over, but you can still get in on some savings, as well as a couple of deals you can’t get anywhere else right now. The Cyber Monday sale is bringing back a lot of Black Friday’s most popular deals; if you’re itching to pick up a Nintendo Switch or Switch Lite, you’ll get a $25 GameStop gift coupon with any new Switch console purchase. Some great Xbox One bundles will be back too, including the Xbox One S bundle with Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order Deluxe Edition for $200.

The sale also includes some game deals, but from what we’ve seen, the console deals may be GameStop’s best offers from Cyber Monday, at least compared to other stores. Before purchasing, it’s worth checking out the Cyber Monday sales at Amazon, Walmart, and Best Buy, for starters. You can see more of our Cyber Monday 2019 coverage below; plus, read on for more of GameStop’s best Cyber Monday 2019 deals and leftover Black Friday deals available right now.

GameStop Cyber Monday 2019 best deals, at a glance:

  • PS4 Slim holiday bundle — $200
  • PS4 Pro with Call of Duty: Modern Warfare — $300
  • Xbox One X bundles — $350
  • Xbox One S with Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order — $200
  • Nintendo Switch Lite with $25 gift coupon — $200
  • Sega Genesis Mini — $50
  • Mortal Kombat 11 — $28
  • Marvel’s Spider-Man: Game of the Year Edition — $20
  • Horizon Zero Dawn: Complete Edition — $10
  • NBA 2K20 — $28

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  • Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order Deals
  • Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Deals

Nintendo Switch Lite + $25 Gift Card | $200


The Nintendo Switch Lite is a handheld-only version of the Switch.

GameStop isn’t offering a discount on the Nintendo Switch Lite, but it is bundling the handheld-only Switch with a $25 gift coupon, valid until January 31.

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Nintendo Switch (New Model) with $25 GameStop Gift Card | $300

The Switch Lite deal also applies to the regular old (new, in this case) Switch, making it one of the best discounts you can find on the console right now, provided you were planning to spend that gift card on games you would have bought anyway.

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PS4 Pro Glacier White | $300


A special edition Glacer White PS4 Pro

If you’re looking to pick up the powerful PS4 Pro, you’ll find this stunning Glacier White version for just $300 at GameStop. It also comes with a matching DualShock 4 controller.

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DualShock 4 Wireless Controllers (various colors) | $39 each


Even the latest DualShock 4 colours are discounted.

DualShock 4 controllers can be pricey, so you may want to take this opportunity to stock up for when it’s time to break out some multiplayer. GameStop should still have them for $39 each through Cyber Monday.

  • Titanium Blue
  • Electric Purple
  • Rose Gold
  • Red Camo

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PlayStation Plus 12-month membership | $45


A full year of PlayStation Plus for $45.

Sign up for PS Plus (or renew) at a discount with this Black Friday / Cyber Monday offer. You’ll get the 12-month membership, which gets you free monthly games and exclusive discounts, for $45 rather than the usual $60. PS Plus memberships can be stacked as well, so there’s no point in waiting.

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Xbox One S bundle with Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order Deluxe Edition | $200


This Xbox One S comes with the Digital Deluxe edition of Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order.

This Xbox One S bundle is already cheap, but then it also throws in the very recent release Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order and the deal becomes even better. Fallen Order has gotten critical buzz as one of the best new Star Wars games in years, so you can embrace your Jedi fantasy while you prepare for Rise of Skywalker.

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Xbox One X special-edition bundle with NBA 2K20 | $350


The limited-edition Hyperspace console and controller look fantastic.

This Xbox One X bundle is already set at a great price, but then it stacks NBA 2K20 on top to make it even better. If you’ve been waiting to upgrade your Xbox hardware, this is one easy way to do it–especially if you’re a 2K fan.

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Xbox One S All-Digital Edition | $150


The Xbox One S All-Digital Edition does not feature a disc drive.

If you’re ready to embrace the digital future, the Xbox One S All-Digital Edition is the way to go. It lacks a disc drive but sports a 1TB hard drive and also comes with a few games to get you started: Sea of Thieves, Minecraft, and bonus content for Fortnite (2,000 V-Bucks and the Legendary Rogue Spider Knight outfit). For Cyber Monday, it’s priced to move as a nice entry-level or second console.

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Xbox Game Pass Ultimate – 3 Months | $27


Xbox Game Pass Ultimate combines Xbox Game Pass for console and PC, in addition to Xbox Live Gold.

Xbox Game Pass Ultimate bundles Xbox Game Pass for console and PC, in addition to Xbox Live Gold. It gives you a library of hundreds of games that you can download and play on your Xbox One or PC–and thanks to Xbox Live Gold, you can play multiplayer too. GameStop is selling three months for $27.

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Xbox Live Gold – 3 Months | $15


Xbox Live Gold grants access to online multiplayer and free monthly games.

A digital code for three months of Xbox Live Gold is going for $15 at GameStop right now. Xbox Live Gold gives you access to online multiplayer and free monthly games.

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Sega Genesis Mini-Console | $50

Sega’s take on the faux-retro console may not have as many classics on it as Nintendo’s offerings, but at $50 it’s pretty good, and at “in stock,” it’s got the NES and SNES Classics beat.

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Gears 5 (Xbox One) | $30


Gears 5 continues the new trilogy, following Kait as she discovers her connection to the Swarm.

Gears 5 is another shockingly recent release that’s already on sale for just half off. Sure, it’s already part of Game Pass, but if you aren’t a subscriber or just want the game in your permanent collection, you can pick it up.

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Borderlands 3 (PS4, Xbox One, PC) | $30


Borderlands 3 marks the return of the loot-and-shooter franchise.

Borderlands 3 marks the return of all of the series’ looting, shooting, and humour. If you’ve missed it these past few years, then you’ll be happy to know it’s all intact. GameStop is still selling it for $30.

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Days Gone (PS4) | $20


Days Gone is one of the PS4’s biggest exclusives for 2019.

Days Gone was divisive upon release, which may have convinced you to wait on the open-world apocalyptic action game. It may be more tempting at a cool $20.

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Monster Hunter World: Iceborne Master Edition (PS4, Xbox One) | $40


Iceborne is the long-awaited expansion for Monster Hunter: World.

Monster Hunter World: Iceborne’s Master Edition combines both the base game and its expansion, Iceborne, which features new monsters, new areas, and more. GameStop has the Master Edition for $40.

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Need For Speed Heat (PS4, Xbox One) | $40


Need For Speed Heat is a big step up for the series.

Need For Speed Heat is the latest in EA’s racing series, and it’s a big step up from the last game. GameStop has Heat for $40.

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Judgment (PS4) | $30


Yakuza developer Ryu Ga Gotoku takes a stab at a new series.

Judgment is the new series from Yakuza developer, Ryu Ga Gotoku Studio. You play the role of a private investigator, solving crimes and fighting thugs. GameStop has it for $30 right now.

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Red Dead Redemption 2 (PS4, Xbox One) | $30


Red Dead Redemption 2 won GameSpot’s 2018 Game of the Year award.

Red Dead Redemption 2 won GameSpot’s Game of the Year 2018 for good reason. It’s an incredible story set in a huge, wild west open world, filled with tons of opportunities for action, hunting, and even quieter moments that’ll stick in your memory for a long time. Red Dead Redemption 2 is selling for $30 at GameStop.

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The Division 2 (PS4, Xbox One) | $12


The Division 2 has a long campaign followed by an engaging endgame.

The Division 2 features a huge campaign set in an open-world Washington, DC, after bandits and other ne’er-do-wells have taken over. You have to free the capital from the clutches of evil, by looting and shooting your way through excellent combat arenas. GameStop is selling it for $12.

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Mortal Kombat 11 (PS4, Xbox One, Switch, PC) | $28


Mortal Kombat 11 is the series at its best and most violent.

If you thought the last Mortal Kombat game was violent, then wait until you see Mortal Kombat 11. It ratchets up the gore and fatalities while improving on the series’ fighting gameplay. GameStop has it for $28 during Cyber Monday.

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NBA 2K20 (PS4, Xbox One, Switch) | $28


NBA 2K20’s story mode strives for more serious subject matter.

NBA 2K20 continues the series tradition of story-focused campaign modes, though this time it focuses on telling a story and not awkward attempts at humour. GameStop has it for $28 for Cyber Monday.

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Madden NFL 20 (PS4, Xbox One, PC) | $28


Madden NFL 20 makes some impactful introductions to the football series.

Madden NFL 20 introduces new X-Factor abilities, week-to-week challenges, and more while keeping the football gameplay fans have come to know and love. GameStop is selling Madden NFL 20 for $28 during Cyber Monday.

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Metro Exodus (PS4, Xbox One) | $20


Metro Exodus expands on the excellent post-apocalyptic, first-person shooter series.

Metro Exodus is the third in the Metro trilogy and features the same great combat in several different, post-apocalyptic open worlds. GameStop has it for $20.

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Resident Evil 2 (Xbox One) | $20


Resident Evil 2 reintroduces us to one of the best games of all time.

The Resident Evil 2 remake reintroduces fans to the halls of the Raccoon Police Department, which are filled with zombies and other monstrosities. You can fight your way through these creatures in two different campaigns, featuring different weapons in each. GameStop’s selling Resident Evil 2 for $20, but only the Xbox One version is in stock.

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FIFA 20 (PS4, Xbox One, PC) | $28


FIFA 20 introduces Volta, a mode similar to FIFA Street.

FIFA 20 retains the series’ excellent soccer gameplay while introducing Volta, a mode that some will recognize as similar to the beloved FIFA Street. FIFA 20 goes for $28 during Cyber Monday at GameStop.

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Concrete Genie (PS4) | $20


Concrete Genie just released, and it’s already on sale.

Black Friday and Cyber Monday are known for deep discounts on older games, but it’s rare to see such a recent one make the cut. Concrete Genie just released in October, and it’s already 33% off.

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God of War (PS4) | $8


God of War was one of the best games of 2018.

If you missed out on one of the best games of 2018, now’s your chance to catch up with it for super cheap. For just 10 bucks, you can explore the rebooted God of War, which pairs an older Kratos with his precocious son Atreus.

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Horizon: Zero Dawn: Complete Edition (PS4) | $8


Horizon: Zero Dawn Complete Edition bundles all of the DLC with the full game.

One of the great PS4 exclusives of the last few years is going for super cheap on Cyber Monday, and since this is the Complete Edition, it includes the Frozen Wilds DLC as well. If you haven’t played Horizon yet, this is an inexpensive way to experience it.

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Forza Horizon 4 (Xbox One) | $25


Forza Horizon 4 is one of the best racers in years.

Forza’s dual-track design has resulted in two very different series, but Horizon has come into its own as the arcade-focused, globe-trotting series. Forza Horizon 4 takes you to the UK and introduces seasonal weather effects that change on a regular schedule.

Available now

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Marvel’s Spider-Man: Game of the Year Edition (PS4) | $20


The best Spider-Man video game at a discount.

Another great release from 2018, the Game of the Year Edition for Marvel’s Spider-Man released this year and includes all DLC. You can get it for just $20 during Cyber Monday.

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The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild (Switch) | $40


Breath of the Wild won GameSpot’s 2017 Game of the Year award.

This Zelda masterpiece launched to critical acclaim in 2017, but it’s still rare to find it for cheaper than $50. GameStop has the Nintendo Switch game for $40 right now.

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Baby Yoda Had To Be Kept Secret By The Mandalorian Director’s Family

Whether or not you love The Mandalorian, the appeal of Baby Yoda is undeniable. The character, who actor Werner Herzog described as “heartbreakingly beautiful,” is the clear breakout star of the series, even if Disney has not yet figured out how to merchandise it. While there’s still much we don’t know about the baby, it’s fair to say that it has captured our hearts–and it seems that’s true of the people who got to work on the show as well.

Bryce Dallas Howard, who directed episode four of the series, has discussed the Baby Yoda (which she refers to as “Baby”) in an interview with The Hollywood Reporter. She reveals that her children, aged 6 and 11, were on the set with her, but were not able to talk about the Baby with their friends. “The thing I was most nervous about was that my kids had been on set quite a bit,” she says. “So, they had seen Baby and interacted with Baby … When the kids went back to school, every single day I would say, ‘So, what are you not gonna talk about today?’ And they would say, ‘Baby!'”

Howard says that she would have to remind her kids every day that they could not talk about the baby, and it’s “confusing” now for them that they can, after having to stay quiet about it for a year. “We’ve been having this routine for about a year now, and it’s fun; it’s really, really fun. Everyone is super pissed that there’s no merch….but I think they made a good choice in not focusing there and just focusing on the storytelling.”

Elsewhere, Howard says that she had a lot of freedom to direct how the puppet moved, praising the effects team that created it and showrunner Jon Favreau for how everything is set up. “The Legacy operators said that each director would have a different way of directing Baby, and for me, what they would do is they would just look at me the whole time because I was just pulling faces. They were like, ‘We would just copy the faces that you were making, Bryce.’ I was obsessed with Baby and Baby’s internal journey.”

The fifth episode of The Mandalorian premieres on Disney+ on December 6.

Xbox Game Pass Cyber Monday Deals 2019: Best Deals On Game Pass Ultimate And Xbox Live Gold

Microsoft’s been relatively soft compared to Sony when it comes to exclusive games, but they’ve managed to cook up an incredible weapon for the ongoing console wars: Xbox Game Pass. The service is basically Netflix for games, since it lets you play over 100 games (including first-party releases from Microsoft, as well as select games like The Outer Worlds, as soon as they launch). Add Xbox Live into the mix, and you have a pair of subscription services that greatly improve your gaming experience.

For Black Friday and Cyber Monday 2019, Microsoft and a few retailers are offering a few deals that make the service even cheaper, so if you were thinking of getting started with Game Pass, now’s the time to start. You especially want to invest in the service if you’re thinking of buying an Xbox One S All-Digital Edition console while it’s only $149.

For those unfamiliar with the Xbox One’s subscription services, you can find more details on Game Pass for Xbox One and PC, Xbox Live Gold, and Xbox Game Pass Ultimate at the bottom of this article. As a reminder, these subscriptions stack, so even if you’re already a member and don’t need to renew quite yet, you can save yourself some money in the long-term by buying these subscriptions while they’re cheap.

Plus, catch up on more of Cyber Monday 2019’s best Xbox One deals so far, including great discounts on games as well as console bundles and accessories.

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Best Cyber Monday deals on Xbox Game Pass and Xbox Live Gold

3 months of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate for new members - $1
3 months of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate for new members – $1

Xbox Game Pass Ultimate: Get 3 months for $1 (new subscribers only)

Xbox Game Pass Ultimate normally costs $15 a month, which adds up to $45 over three months, but this offer gets you a full three for only $1. This is the best deal we’ve seen for new subscribers to Xbox Game Pass Ultimate so far, and it’s available right now for a limited time.

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3 months of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate - $2
3 months of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate – $2

Xbox Game Pass Ultimate: 3-month membership | $24 ($45)

Newegg currently has three-month Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscriptions for $24 each with promo code EMCUUVB33. If you happen to miss out on the “buy three months, get three months free” deal at Walmart, then this is the next best thing–buy two, and you’ll have a six-month subscription for $48 (only $3 more).

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Best Buy and Walmart both have Xbox Game Pass Ultimate on sale for just a few dollars more. You can grab a three-month subscription for $27 at either retailer.

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Xbox Live Gold 3-month membership -- $13
Xbox Live Gold 3-month membership — $13

Xbox Live Gold: 3-month membership | $13 ($25)

Newegg has 3-month Xbox Live Gold memberships on sale for $13 when you use promo code EMCUUVB32.

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If the Newegg deal sells out, Walmart is selling 3-month memberships for $15.

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What is Xbox Game Pass?

Xbox Game Pass for Console

Xbox Game Pass for Console provides access to over 200 Xbox One games. New games are added to the service every month, and users get special discounts on the ones that are leaving just in case players want to keep them. In addition to all this, first-party Xbox One games always launch on Game Pass day one–this has included games like Gears 5, The Outer Worlds, and Forza Horizon 4. It costs $10 a month to join Game Pass for Xbox One.

Xbox Game Pass for PC

Xbox Game Pass for PC provides access to over 150 PC games through the Xbox app on Windows 10. Like the console version, new games are added every month, and special discounts are available in case you want to keep any games on their way out. First-party Xbox One games launch on PC the same day as console, so you gain access to them as well. You can join Game Pass for PC at $1 for the first month, after which the price goes up to $5 a month.

What is Xbox Live Gold?

Xbox Live Gold provides access to online multiplayer, exclusive discounts, and free monthly games. You can subscribe to Xbox Live Gold for $10 a month, $25 for 3 months, or $60 for a year.

What is Xbox Game Pass Ultimate?

Xbox Game Pass Ultimate packages the benefits of Xbox Game Pass for Xbox One and PC with Xbox Live Gold. You can join Xbox Game Pass Ultimate for $1 for your first month, after which the price goes up to $15 a month.

Kingdom Hearts 3 Re:Mind Will Get You Granular Difficulty Control And New Photo Modes

Kingdom Hearts III is due to receive a major piece of free DLC, called Re:Mind, before the end of February 2020. The new downloadable content will come with new playable characters, including Aqua, Roxas, and Riku, as well as new Keyblade transformations and fights. Now, thanks to one fan who attended the Kingdom Hearts Orchestra performance in Osaka, we have some more details about what the DLC will add.

These details, which were tweeted by a Twitter user called Melanie and then compiled by Eurogamer, are focused on some of the ephemera around the new playable content, including new difficulty options and photo modes. While the tweet below mentions a release new month, Melanie clarifies later in the thread that it might actually just be a trailer that’s being released in December, as a final release date cannot be nailed down just yet.

Photo mode lets you pose the characters from the game in any setting you want, adding props and changing backgrounds, which sounds like a lot of fun. Slideshow mode, apparently, will let you link photos together, complete with transitions and background music–what you’d expect from the name, basically.

Fast Pass Mode and “Black Code” both concern the game’s difficulty, with Fast Pass being designed to let you rip through the game as fast as possible. It lets you one-shot kill enemies and stack more attractions, so that battles end faster and you can play through the story quickly. Black Code gives you granular control over your difficulty, changing how much health you have and potentially making the game harder in numerous ways. Melanie does not have further details, as they apparently went by very fast.

Re:Mind will likely contain new boss encounters when it finally launches, and sounds substantial considering the fact that it’s free.

Frozen 2 Breaks Records And Knives Out Opens Strong: Thanksgiving 2019 Box Office Results

Frozen II opened last weekend to huge numbers, earning $127 million domestically and $350 million worldwide. The film has shown no signs of slowing down in its second weekend, posting record-breaking figures over the Thanksgiving break. It wasn’t the only film to find success this weekend, though, with Knives Out enjoying a huge opening, and Queen & Slim also turning in a respectable first weekend result.

Frozen II has broken the 3-day and 5-day records for Thanksgiving in its second weekend; according to Box Office Mojo, it made $85.2 million from Friday to Sunday and an enormous $123.7 million from Wednesday to Sunday. Frozen II has now made $738,573,344 worldwide, and is well on its way to topping $1 billion. The original Frozen made $1.27 billion over its run, and it’ll be interesting to see if Frozen II can top that. It will almost certainly retain the top spot next weekend too, with Playmobil: The Movie, the only wide release that will go up against it, having received terrible reviews.

In second place, Star Wars: The Last Jedi director Rian Johnson’s new film Knives Out enjoyed a huge opening. It pulled in $41.7 million over the five days, plus another $28.3 million internationally. With an estimated budget of around $40 million, fantastic word-of-mouth, and excellent reviews (we gave it a 9/10,) the film is likely to continue performing over the weeks ahead. 68% of the movie’s audience was aged over 25, suggesting that it played well as counter-programming to the younger-focused Frozen II.

The other new major release over Thanksgiving, Queen & Slim, brought in $15.8 million over the five days. The film, which stars Daniel Kaluuya (Get Out) as “Slim” and Jodie Turner-Smith (The Neon Demon) as “Queen”, was written by Lena Waithe and made by first-time director Melina Matsoukas. It’s a strong debut for the low-budget romantic film, which sees a young couple going on the run after things go wrong on a first date.

Elsewhere in the charts, Ford v Ferrari made $19 million over three days, while A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood, starring Tom Hanks as Mr Rogers, brought in $17.3 million in the same frame. Both films have held well since release. Charlie’s Angels, meanwhile, has dropped out of the top 10.

Here are the three-day box office figures for the weekend of November 29-December 1.

  1. Frozen II — $85,250,000
  2. Knives Out — $27,022,000
  3. Ford v Ferrari — $13,221,000
  4. A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood — $11,800,000
  5. Queen & Slim — $11,700,000
  6. 21 Bridges — $5,820,000
  7. Playing with Fire — $4,200,000
  8. Midway — $3,957,000
  9. Joker — $2,030,000
  10. Last Christmas — $1,980,000

Cyber Monday Amazon Gaming Deals 2019: Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, PSVR, And More

Amazon Cyber Monday 2019 Sale: Best Gaming Deals

Black Friday sales are winding down, but you’ll still be able to score great deals on consoles, games, tech, entertainment, and much more in the coming days thanks to Cyber Monday. Amazon, arguably the most convenient place to shop, kicks off its week-long Cyber Monday sale on December 2, but its Cyber Monday Countdown is live now with early deals.

Amazon had some of the best Black Friday deals, so you can bet the retail giant will carry that momentum into the next big round of holiday deals. Though Amazon’s Black Friday sale has ended, the company still has some deals available, which are conveniently located on its Cyber Monday Countdown page. Some of these deals are holdovers from Black Friday, while others are early Cyber Monday deals. Amazon also routinely price matches its competitors; as such, a bunch of Black Friday game deals are still available ahead of Cyber Monday.

We’re rounding up the absolute best Cyber Monday gaming deals at Amazon right here. You can also expect Cyber Monday deals across tech and entertainment, which we’ll highlight here as well. You’ll want to check back throughout the weekend and on Monday, as we’ll continue to add new Cyber Monday deals as they go live at Amazon.

Best Cyber Monday 2019 Amazon gaming and tech deals

  • Apple MacBook Air 13-Inch — $699
  • Xbox One S All-Digital Edition — $149
  • Razer BlackWidow Elite Mechanical Gaming Keyboard — $140
  • Nintendo Switch Joy-Cons — $67.50
  • DualShock 4 PS4 controllers — $39
  • Plants vs. Zombies: Battle for Neighborville — $20
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PlayStation VR with Blood & Truth, Everybody’s Golf VR, and motion controllers | $250


PlayStation VR with Blood & Truth, Everybody’s Golf VR, and motion controllers for $250

Now if you’re looking to get a pair of PlayStation Move controllers with your PlayStation VR headset, then this is your best option. This package comes with Blood & Truth and Everybody’s Golf VR (plus the headset, camera, and motion controllers) for $250.

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Xbox One S All-Digital Edition | $149


Xbox One S All-Digital Edition — $149

The Xbox One S All-Digital Edition does not include a disc drive, so you won’t be able to play any physical games or movies. However, it is $50 cheaper, and you can still play every digital game and stream any movie you want. This particular bundle comes with Minecraft, Sea of Thieves: Anniversary Edition, and bonus content for Fortnite.

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Nintendo Switch Joy-Cons (Gray or Neon Red/Blue) | $60


Nintendo Switch Joy-Cons (Gray or Neon Red/Blue) — $60

Nintendo Switch Joy-Cons are expensive, so any deal is a good one, but this one is particularly great.

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DualShock 4 | $39 each

Here’s a Black Friday deal that’s rolling over to Cyber Monday at Amazon, but we wouldn’t recommend waiting if you’ve got your eye on a specific DualShock 4 color. PS4 controllers are going for just $39 each–down from the usual $60-$65 range–during this holiday sale.

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Xbox One wireless controllers | $39 each

Like DualShock 4 controllers, Xbox One controllers are also getting a big discount for Black Friday and Cyber Monday. While pricing has gone back up on some versions, you can still find some Xbox One controllers for $39, an excellent price if you need an extra gamepad.

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Razer BlackWidow Elite Mechanical Gaming Keyboard | $140


Razer BlackWidow Elite Mechanical Gaming Keyboard — $140

The BlackWidow is one of Razer’s best mechanical keyboards. It features a wrist rest, customizable inputs, and silent and clicky button options for $140 this Cyber Monday.

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Fire TV Stick 4K And Echo Dot Bundle | $47

The Fire TV Stick is ideal for streaming certain apps through your non-smart TV if you don’t have a console that supports apps like Netflix, Hulu, and Funimation. With the Echo Dot, you can control your Fire TV Stick through voice commands, forgoing the need to get up and grab the remote. For Cyber Monday, the bundle has gotten a significant discount, saving you $53 USD.

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Fire TV Stick 4K And Alexa Voice Remote | $25

If you don’t want or need the Echo Dot, you can save even more money buying this Fire TV Stick bundle instead. The remote still allows you to search for and use apps with your voice, but you need to be holding the device in your hand–you can’t just speak up like you would with the Echo Dot.

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Fire TV Cube | $90


Fire TV Cube — $90

The Fire TV Cube offers everything that the Fire TV Stick 4K does but with the added benefit of the Alexa voice assistant, smart home control, and a built-in speaker. It’s available right now for $90.

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Fire 7 Tablet | $30


Fire 7 Tablet — $30

The Fire 7 tablet is Amazon’s least powerful tablet, but it’s still perfectly capable of streaming video and displaying ebooks. It comes with 1 GB of RAM in 16 GB and 32 GB storage options–it also features expandable storage via microSD.

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Fire 7 Kids Edition | $60


Fire 7 Kids Edition — $60

The Fire 7 Kids Edition comes with the tablet, a kid-proof case, and a 12-month subscription to Free Time Unlimited, which features over a thousand books, movies, TV shows, apps, and games that are suitable to children.

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Fire HD 8 | $50


Fire HD 8 — $50

The Fire HD 8 is nowhere near the power of a tablet, but for the price, it’s an excellent way to stream movies and TV shows, watch YouTube, and read books. It boasts 1.5 GB of RAM and comes in 16 GB or 32 GB storage options–it also features expandable storage via microSD.

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Fire HD 8 Kids Edition | $80


Fire HD 8 Kids Edition — $80

The Fire HD 8 Kids Edition comes with the Fire HD 8, a kid-proof case, and a year’s subscription to Free Time Unlimited, which grants access to more than a thousand books, movies, TV shows, apps, and games that are suitable to children.

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Fire HD 10 Tablet | $100

Fire Tablets are one of the better options for streaming video on the go. The Fire HD 10 is the strongest version of Amazon’s latest tablet, giving you the most bang for your buck. The tablet is about 33% off, knocking $50 USD off the total price.

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Kindle Paperwhite | $85

If you’re looking for a tablet to use for reading instead of watching YouTube, TV shows, and movies, then consider going for the Kindle Paperwhite instead of the Fire HD 10. You won’t get as many features, but you’ll save more and feed your mind with the power of reading–the Kindle Paperwhite is $45 USD off on Amazon.

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Echo Dot | $22


Echo Dot — $22

The Echo Dot is Alexa’s smart speaker that gives you the power to control your smart home, music, and more. You can also ask Alexa for the news, weather, and traffic as well as anything else it can learn from the thousands of available skills.

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Echo (Gen 3) | $60


Echo (Gen 3) — $60

The Echo is slightly less compact than the Echo Dot, but that also means it boasts better speakers, so it makes for a great music player.

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Echo Show 5 | $50


Echo Show 5 — $50

What if the Echo had a screen? That’s basically what the Echo Show is. It offers a five-inch screen that works as an alarm clock, video caller, music and video player, and so much more.

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Echo Show | $150

The Echo Show is Amazon’s 10-inch smart display that offers everything the Show 5 does but with better speakers, a bigger screen, and more.

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Google Pixel 3 (64GB) | $459

The Google Pixel 3 is almost half off on Amazon. The phone is sold unlocked, so you’re allowed to attach it to your service of choice.

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MacBook Air 13-inch | $699

There’s no telling when this deal will sell out. You can pick up a 13-inch MacBook Air for $300 off right now at Amazon.

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Dell 5680 Inspiron Gaming Desktop | $570

If you don’t have the technical know-how or, frankly, the time to build your own gaming PC, then the Dell Inspiron desktop series are some of the better pre-built ones to buy. For Black Friday, Amazon has one of the latest models for 29% off (that’s knocking off $230 USD). It’s a pretty good deal if you’re looking for something prebuilt–just don’t expect it to handle triple-A games on max settings.

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SanDisk Card 128GB | $20

Whether you’re looking for some more storage place for all your photos and videos or just need a way to free up some space on your Nintendo Switch, this SD card will do the trick.

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Netgear EX6100 Wi-Fi Extender | $50 USD

Some of us actually use this extender–especially those of us who have apartments with multiple walls between the bedroom and living room. In a pinch, it’s a great way to improve your connection to your devices–and the ethernet port allows you to essentially move your desktop to any place you want.

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The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild | $49.94

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild launched alongside the Switch in 2017 to critical acclaim, and it’s still hard to find below $50 these days. While physical copies are sold out, you can snag a digital code for $40 at Amazon, cheaper than what you’ll find in the Eshop’s Black Friday sale.

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Shenmue III | $35

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Shenmue III’s Black Friday discount was announced before the game even released on November 19, and it’s still on sale for just $35 right now at Amazon.

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Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice | $25

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Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice is a fantastically challenging game from Dark Souls developer From Software. Set in a fictional Feudal Japan, you are the Wolf, a shinobi on a quest to save his master. You have to fight giant demons, horrifying monsters, and more as you make your way across this dangerous land.

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FIFA 20 | $28

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FIFA 20 has all of the same soccer gameplay fans love but also introduces the Volta mode, which is similar to the beloved FIFA Street series. Amazon has it for $27 all Black Friday.

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NBA 2K20 | $28

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NBA 2K20 is this year’s entry in 2K’s popular basketball series, and while it retains most of what the franchise is known for, it attempts to create a more serious story campaign as opposed to the awkward attempts at humour found in past games.

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Borderlands 3 | $30

Borderlands 3 is the latest installment in the popular loot-shooter franchise, and you can snag it for just $30 on both PS4 and Xbox One at Amazon.

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Mortal Kombat 11 | $28

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Mortal Kombat 11 is the goriest, most violent game in the series yet, but it also features the most refined fighting system that developer NetherRealm has ever created. On top of all that, it features a fantastic story mode with iconic characters like Scorpion, Sub Zero, and Raiden.

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The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt – Complete Edition (Switch) | $45

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The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is one of the best games to ever be released, scoring a 10/10 in GameSpot’s The Witcher 3 review. It finally came to the Switch this year, and you can grab it for $15 off.

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Resident Evil 2 | $20

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This remake of a horror classic was one of the hottest game deals on Black Friday, and it’s sold out most places. However, you can still find an Xbox One copy of Resident Evil 2 for just $20 during Cyber Monday.

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The Outer Worlds for Xbox One | $35

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If you’re an Xbox One owner without Game Pass or a PS4 owner, this is an excellent deal on Obsidian’s new RPG, The Outer Worlds. If you do have Xbox Game Pass, this game is included with the service.

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Best Steam Black Friday 2019 Deals Right Now

Black Friday 2019: Best Steam Game Deals

We’re in the thick of Black Friday 2019, and along with the many physical retailers slashing prices on TVs, games, and more, digital storefronts like Steam are discounting their own wares. Valve’s PC game store is offering great prices once again as part of what it officially calls its annual Autumn Sale–which effectively double as both its Black Friday and Cyber Monday sale. If you’ve dealt with any Steam sale before, you know it can be overwhelming to wade through its countless thousands of deals. With that in mind, we’ve assembled our team to look through the sale, and we’ve picked out some of our favorite games that have been marked down for the event, which is live now and ends on December 3 at 10 AM PT / 1 PM ET.

As usual, Steam’s Black Friday sale spans a wide range of genres, from first-person shooters to platformers and story-driven adventures. You’ll find some of this year’s best games discounted, including the only game to earn a 10/10 from GameSpot this year, Disco Elysium. Other notable deals include Gears 5 (which is a full 50% off), A Plague Tale: Innocence, Ape Out, Valkyria Chronicles 4: Complete Edition, Civilization VI, and many, many more.

Software wasn’t the only thing on sale–the Steam Controller also got a massive price cut for the event, bringing it down to a cool $5. The deal has since sold out, and Steam has confirmed this was the last of its stock of Steam Controllers, as the device has been discontinued.

Check out GameSpot editors’ picks from Steam’s Black Friday sale below and get shopping. Plus, check out more of our Black Friday coverage for deals on PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch games; console bundles; gaming subscriptions; and more.

Black Friday 2019 Deals & News

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  • Black Friday 2019: The Best PS4 Deals So Far
  • Black Friday 2019: The Best Xbox One Deals So Far
  • Black Friday 2019: When Does It Start, Deals To Expect, And More
  • Black Friday 2019 Best Gaming Deals: PS4, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, And PC

Disco Elysium

$32 ($40)

ZA/UM’s Disco Elysium is a detective game that prefers to keep you in a state of confusion. Following a drunken bender that results in a complete mental breakdown, the central protagonist gets back to work as a detective in the town of Revachol to solve a murder. Meanwhile, his subconscious mind beckons him with clues about his past and self-aware observations about his current predicament. Throughout his investigation, he’ll slowly piece together who he is and how he hit rock bottom in the days before his call to action. It’s a strange approach to a detective story, to be sure, yet Disco Elysium’s witty writing and sophisticated CRPG-style storytelling present one of the most engaging narratives of 2019. The game earned a 10/10 in GameSpot’s Disco Elysium review.

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A Plague Tale: Innocence

$22.49 ($45)

One of the more underrated releases of 2019, A Plague Tale: Innocence follows a young woman named Amicia and her younger brother, Hugo, as they make their way through plague-ridden 14th-century France, avoiding ravenous rats and Inquisition soldiers. While heavy on the stealth elements, A Plague Tale also involves combat using Amicia’s sling and various forms of magic. It’s a compelling, emotional tale about the complicated relationship between two siblings trying to survive in a dangerous world–and you don’t want to miss it. | Jenae Sitzes

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Gears 5

$30 ($60)

Gears 5 is the latest in the sprawling action series, but it feels like The Coalition coming into its own after taking ownership of the series from Epic. The new direction includes the multiplayer fans have come to expect, but a more open-world design and flexible upgrade systems. | Steve Watts

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Grand Theft Auto 5

$15 ($30)

GTA V is over five years old at this point, but you know what, a good Rockstar game is always good. If you haven’t played it yet, $15 is a small price to pay for one of the best games of the generation. | Peter Brown

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Civilization VI

$15 ($60)

The latest entry in the popular turned-based strategy 4X franchise, Civilization VI, is on sale for just $15 for Black Friday. Like previous games, your goal is to build a civilization from the ground up, establishing government policies, building structures, assigning tasks for your people, and interacting with other nations, whether that’s forming an alliance or declaring war. If you haven’t played Civilization in a long time, there’s a lot new here to check out, from the addition of city districts with certain bonuses and tile requirements, a new victory condition for religion, unique agendas for different world leaders, and more. I’ve lost entire days playing Civ VI, so be warned: It’s addicting. | Jenae Sitzes

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Dead Cells

$17.49 ($25)

You have to play Dead Cells, especially if you can get it at a discount. It’s one of the best action-platformers in a long time, and though it takes inspiration from numerous games like Castlevania and Diablo, it twists familiar elements into something new, ensuring you’re never too far off from something cool and unexpected. | Peter Brown

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SoulCalibur VI

$18 ($60)

SoulCalibur VI is yet another great entry in Bandai Namco’s long-running series. While it’s normally a full-priced game on PC, the massive discount during Steam’s Black Friday sale makes now the perfect time to pick it up if you’re someone who enjoys a good fighting game. | Peter Brown

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Metal Gear Solid 5: The Definitive Experience

$12 ($30)

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: Metal Gear Solid V is the best action game ever made. And you know what? The Ground Zeroes prologue game is more than a demo, standing on its own as a great example of how creative game developers can make the most out of a single location. A bundle including both games and a ton of extra content is a steal at only $12 during Steam’s Black Friday sale. | Peter Brown

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Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance

$7.49 ($30)

What happens when you let the action-minded devs at Platinum Games work within the odd, exciting world of Hideo Kojima’s Metal Gear? You get Metal Gear Rising, a sword-based action game that wound up being far better than many of us expected. | Peter Brown

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Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice

$10.19 ($30)

As one of GameSpot’s Best of 2017 picks, Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice centers around a traumatized Celtic warrior who eventually finds the strength within herself to endure and make peace with her past. What makes Hellblade such a remarkable game is that it manages to put you in the perspective of a character who struggles with mental illness, leading to some harrowing encounters that inspire a strong sense of empathy for her struggle. With the Steam Black Friday sale in full swing, now is the best time to check out Ninja Theory’s triumphant game and experience a challenging, heartfelt adventure from a different perspective. | Alessandro Fillari

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The Dark Pictures: Man of Medan

$18 ($30)

The latest game from the developers of Until Dawn may not quite live up to its predecessor, but it’s a thrilling (and terrifying) ride nonetheless. The interactive tale follows a group of friends on a diving excursion who find themselves stranded on a ghostly ship after a storm–and they’re not alone on the vessel. The first installment in Supermassive Games’ Dark Pictures anthology, Man of Medan introduces new multiplayer elements that make it easy to play with friends either online or in your living room, but you can also dive into the story alone, if you dare. | Jenae Sitzes

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Battletech

$13.59 ($40)

Battletech is a turn-based strategy game where you take control of a group of mechs and are in complete control of how you utilize them. Customization is the name of the game, as you can outfit your mechs in numerous ways before taking to the battlefield to blow up your enemies. | Chris Pereira

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Divinity: Original Sin 2 – Definitive Edition

$24.74 ($45)

Divinity: Original Sin 2 is one of the rare games to ever receive a 10 in GameSpot’s review, and with good reason: It’s a highly replayable RPG that presents you with a huge array of choices and freedom in how to proceed. With so many ways to approach a given situation or combat encounter and high-quality writing, it’s a remarkable experience from beginning to end. It also now boasts cross-save support with this year’s Nintendo Switch version, letting you take your progress on the go. | Chris Pereira

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Doom

$6 ($20)

With Doom Eternal delayed until next year, you’ve got time to catch up with its predecessor. The 2016 reboot features intense combat and clever level design that keeps you on the move–just make sure to play on a harder difficulty to turn this into a truly thrilling experience that borders on horror. | Chris Pereira

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Yakuza Kiwami

$13.39 ($20)

While I usually recommend starting the Yakuza series with Yakuza 0 (which isn’t in this sale), diving into Kiwami–a remake of the original Yakuza–is an equally valid option, letting you see how the franchise began. It’s also an essential chapter and will let you see why Yakuza is so beloved, mixing a serious crime drama with quirky side stories that somehow form a cohesive whole. | Chris Pereira

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Danganronpa 1/2/V3 Bundle

$33 ($80)

The Danganronpa series finds you trapped in a school with other students, and you’re told the only way to escape is to get away with murder. What plays out is a mature visual novel where you attempt to solve those inevitable killings during a class trial (yeah, it’s weird) while getting to know the eccentric and memorable cast of characters. This bundle costs only a few bucks more than Danganronpa V3 on its own, making it the ideal way to dive into the core entries in the series. | Chris Pereira

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Celeste

$10 ($20)

Both a brilliant platformer and a moving depiction of mental illness, Celeste is one of the best indie games in recent memory. Scaling Celeste Mountain is a challenge but one that’s held together by precise and engaging mechanics that evolve the higher Madeline climbs. Witnessing her confront the struggles is perhaps even more rewarding than reaching the top of the mountain. Perfect for those who love challenging side-scrollers in the vein of Super Meat Boy, Celeste is a steal at $10. | Steven Petite

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Ape Out

$7.49 ($15)

In Ape Out, you play as a lovably violent gorilla who has been taken into captivity by evil humans. The objective is quite simple: Escape by any means necessary. Played from a top-down perspective with a minimalistic art style, this often means tossing gun-toting guards into walls, using them as meat shields, or simply pummeling them into goop. The jazz soundtrack cleverly keeps in step with your moves, creating a rhythmic and thoroughly engrossing experience. Ape Out is my personal favorite game of 2019, and you can pick it up for 50% off. | Steven Petite

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Devil May Cry 5

19.79 ($60)

Relentlessly stylish and wonderfully varied, Devil May Cry 5 is one of my favorite action games of all time. Picking up five years after the events of Devil May Cry 4, you get to play as three wildly different characters throughout the refreshingly linear campaign. Nero, Dante, and V each have unique fighting styles with an inordinate amount of depth to employ when hacking away at demons big and small. Linear action games used to be a dime a dozen, but Devil May Cry 5 stands out in 2019. It’s one of the best entries in the storied Capcom franchise. You’ll also get 100,000 Red Orbs (in-game currency) to spend on character upgrades with your purchase. | Steven Petite

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Far Cry New Dawn

$16 ($40)

Set 17 years after the events of Far Cry 5, Hope County is trying to rebuild after a nuclear apocalypse. The setup makes Far Cry New Dawn a more stripped-down take on the familiar open-world shooter franchise. With an increased emphasis on crafting, New Dawn’s side content, of which there is plenty, feels more consequential. New Dawn doesn’t radically change the Far Cry formula, but it’s a solid open-world shooter that’s well worth picking up for $16. | Steven Petite

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Wargroove

$14 ($20)

A spiritual successor to the Advance Wars franchise, Wargroove is a delightful and surprisingly robust turn-based tactics game. Brimming with content, Wargroove has a wide variety of mission types to complete across its lengthy campaign. The pixel art is gorgeous and the animated cutscenes, especially the ones with the good doggo, are quite charming. You can even create your own campaigns with the intuitive map editor. | Steven Petite

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Life is Strange – Complete First Season

$4 ($20)

If you’re a fan of narrative-driven games and have somehow missed out on Life is Strange, there’s no better time to dive into this critically acclaimed story. The first season of Life is Strange, which is just $4 on Steam right now, is about a high-school girl named Max who discovers she has the ability to rewind time. Life is Strange is perhaps one of the best games out there when it comes to giving the player huge choices that lead to branching storylines and alternate endings, and it has an intensely memorable cast and setting that’ll stay with you long after you finish the final episode. The first episode is also free to play right now, so check that out before you buy. | Jenae Sitzes

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Mothergunship

$6.24 ($25)

Mothergunship very much embraces the inherent ridiculousness of its conceit as a roguelike FPS. As something of a spiritual successor to developer Grip Digital’s Tower of Guns, the roguelike forgoes complex character builds in favor of letting you craft all manner of guns and arrange them on your arms as you see fit. While you’ll start with the basics, you’ll eventually wield sophisticated weapons and arrange them in ways that can clear rooms in single bursts. It’s an incredibly bizarre action game that runs with this weird concept, and if you’re looking for something offering ridiculous, self-aware fun, then Mothergunship is just for you. | Alessandro Fillari

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Eliza

$11.24 ($15)

Eliza is a fully voice-acted visual novel that puts you into the role of Evelyn, a young woman who left a job in the high-tech industry in Seattle after burning out. As Evelyn, you work as the human proxy for a virtual intelligence that counsels a wide assortment of clients–forced to stick to a script that dictates the logical steps that someone suffering from emotional or mental stress must take. The game is incredibly well-written and allows you to influence Evelyn’s actions to change her relationship with different people and see a wide variety of endings. | Jordan Ramée

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Elsinore

$14 ($20)

Do you like time loop games like The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask and Outer Wilds? Are you fascinated by the works of Shakespeare? Then Elsinore is the game for you. This choice-driven, point-and-click adventure game has you play as Ophelia, who’s stuck in a time-loop during the events of Hamlet. For those who don’t know, Hamlet is one of Shakespeare’s bloodiest tragedies–pretty much everyone dies, including Ophelia. To break the time loop (and save yourself), you’ll have to lie, steal, kill, save, barter, flirt, and manipulate your way through ever-changing variations of Shakespeare’s play. | Jordan Ramée

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Forgotten Anne

$8 ($20)

Forgotton Anne is a beautiful game, both in terms of visuals and its soundtrack. You play as the titular Anne, who lives in the world of forgotten things as the enforcer that polices the populace. When a bombing occurs, you’re tasked with snooping out the terrorists, but your investigations dig up terrifying conspiracies. If you’re smart and compassionate enough, you can discover the truth without bloodshed, but–if all else fails–you possess the power to kill pretty much anyone who gets in your way. | Jordan Ramée

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Unheard

$4.54 ($7)

In Unheard, you can’t trust your eyes–only your ears. You play as a detective who’s trusted to solve a series of strange cases where the only pieces of evidence are separate audio recordings of each witness, victim, and perpetrator leading up to the crime. It’s up to you to use the recordings to figure out what happened–where was each person standing, who were they talking to, and how did each murder occur. And all the while, you have to figure out how all of these ever-more complex riddles fit together, and why you were the one tasked with solving them. | Jordan Ramée

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What Remains of Edith Finch

$10 ($20)

What Remains of Edith Finch is reminiscent of Gone Home–you’re entering a family’s home and exploring room after room from a first-person perspective, and it’s slightly eerie. But like Gone Home, What Remains of Edith Finch isn’t a horror game in the least; instead, it’s a series of stories about a family whose members have all died in tragic ways–you’ll actually relive each of their final moments as Edith, the last remaining family member, struggles to understand why she’s the only one still alive. Beautiful, emotional, and utterly engrossing, What Remains of Edith Finch was one of the best games of 2017 and absolutely worth grabbing while it’s on sale. | Jenae Sitzes

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Deus Ex: Mankind Divided

$4.49 ($29.99)

It may not live up to the legendary status of the original, but Deus Ex: Mankind Divided still comes through as a solid first-person action game where you make choices that affect the story’s outcome. You also choose how you navigate hostile encounters using several augmentations and powers, though you can slip past most conflicts with a stealthy approach. Mankind Divided can certainly fill that Cyberpunk 2077 void, too–Deus Ex hits the themes of body augmentation, transhumanism, living in a dystopian society, class struggle, and oppressive corporations. You’ll get a pretty dense game for less than $5. | Michael Higham

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Undertale

$4 ($10)

It’s best to go into Undertale without knowing anything about it, so don’t read anything other than what’s right here. Undertale is one of the most impactful, creative, hilarious, and harrowing RPGs in recent memory, and it’s only $4 in Steam’s Black Friday sale. And don’t be fooled by the retro-style visuals; Undertale manages to paint a vivid world and express emotion through clever use of its art style. If that’s not enough, creator Toby Fox delivers an unforgettable soundtrack that captures each moment perfectly. Your choices matter, and the consequences may reflect in unexpected ways. If you already know too much about Undertale and haven’t played, do it anyway. But if you’re still in the dark, I’m excited for you. | Michael Higham

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Void Bastards

$22.49 ($30)

Just when you get a major win in Void Bastards, your space-faring convict will likely encounter a ship filled with quirky robots and space ghosts that can quickly put an end to that character’s travels. That’s usually how things go in roguelikes. You’ll no doubt experience many setbacks in Void Bastards, yet seeing how quickly your space trek can go off the rails is all part of the fun in this action-RPG. With such an incredibly humorous style that emulates classic sci-fi comics, it makes going for another run with a different character all the more compelling. | Alessandro Fillari

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Dishonored 2

$10 ($40)

When it comes to the modern immersive sim, Dishonored 2 stands out as the best in the genre. Arkane Studios has the pedigree with devs from the immersive sim lineage, who proved they still had it with the first Dishonored, but the sequel refined the formula in many ways. After Emily and Corvo are unjustly ousted, they travel to the vibrant city of Karnaca, where most of the game takes place. Levels are elegantly laid out with a sense of verticality that lets you use your powers in creative ways. But the game truly shines in the Clockwork Mansion and Crack in the Slab missions, which are some of the best levels of recent memory. For just $10, you’re getting a top-tier game. | Michael Higham

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Valkyria Chronicles 4: Complete Edition

$25 ($50)

Embrace the power of anime in Valkyria Chronicles 4, a tactical-strategy RPG that features a clever mix of real-time and turn-based elements. It’s a brilliant strategy game that’s accessible to those who might shy away from the genre but one that also presents challenging scenarios for you galaxy-brain generals. It may be the fourth game in the series, but there’s no need to have played the previous games (although they’re great) since this is a standalone story with new characters; Valkyria Chronicles 4 essentially shows a different front of the same war. Anime tropes abound, but I’m not saying that as a bad thing–the power of friendship materializes on the battlefield, and you’re bound to find a squad of your favorite characters along the way. With this being the Complete Edition, you get all the DLC as well. | Michael Higham

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Fallout: New Vegas

$3 ($10)

With all the talk about The Outer Worlds and Obsidian Entertainment’s history of creating some of the best RPGs, you probably heard a lot about one of its previous games, Fallout: New Vegas. As Bethesda games, the modern Fallouts (and Elder Scrolls) have spawned a tried-and-true formula for open-world RPGs. However, New Vegas used that formula to great effect by going all-in on the role-playing aspects. Narrative threads can spin off in all sorts of directions by giving you choices that meaningfully affect the game with sometimes unpredictable consequences. It may be dated in some aspects, but its sharp post-apocalyptic Western atmosphere and witty writing transcend its shortcomings. | Michael Higham

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Steam Sale Live Now For Black Friday, Cyber Monday 2019

The weekend has finally arrived. Black Friday weekend has begun, and for many PC gamers, that means only one thing: another round of ridiculous game sales on Steam. Valve’s storefront is once again loaded with huge discounts on some of the biggest (and smallest) games of the year join a handful of PC games on sale elsewhere.

Steam’s Black Friday sale runs from November 26-December 3 and features discounts on a plethora of titles up to 90% off. Some noteworthy sales include deals on newer games like Code Vein ($42, down from $60), Gears 5 ($30, down from $60), The Surge 2 ($30, down from $50), Void Bastards ($22.49, from $25), and plenty more.

Post-apocalyptical first-person shooter Rage 2 has a pretty steep discount right now, going from $60 to $19.79, a total savings of 67 percent. Elsewhere, a bunch of indie games are up for grabs with some solid discounts. These include Dead Cells ($17.49), Forager ($16), Terraria ($5), The Escapists 2 ($6), and many more. A bulk of Rockstar Games’ library is also on sale, such as Grand Theft Auto V ($15 USD), Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas ($5.24), Max Payne 3 ($7), L.A. Noire ($7) and others.

Steam also has a smorgasbord of JRPGs on sale. The list is extensive, but some noteworthy titles are Chrono Trigger, Final Fantasy XI, God Eater 3, Romancing SaGa 3, Tales of Berseria, Tales of Vesperia: Definitive Edition, and more.

It’s worth shopping around, though, as you may find better deals at places like Green Man Gaming and Fanatical. Further, some of those codes can sometimes be redeemed on Steam.

Black Friday 2019 Deals & News

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In conjunction with the Autumn sale, Steam has opened voting for its Steam Awards, which includes accolades like Game of the Year and Better With Friends. Winners will be announced on December 31.

Steam Autumn Sale Picks

  • Cave Story: $9.89
  • Children of Morta: $16.50
  • Disco Elysium: $32
  • Dragon Ball FighterZ: $15
  • Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen: $9
  • Far Cry 5: $15
  • For Honor: $7.50
  • Furi: $8
  • Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance: $7.50
  • Monster Hunter: World: $30
  • Moon Hunters: $3
  • Rivals of Aether: $7.50
  • Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice: $39
  • Shadow Warrior 2: $10
  • Sleeping Dogs: $3
  • Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition V: $8
  • Tekken 7: $12
  • The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt: $12
  • Wizard of Legend: $8.79

Of course, Steam’s Black Friday sale isn’t the only stop to get discounts on some of this year’s best games. We’ve compiled Black Friday sales for all of this generation’s platforms: the Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. In addition, we’ve also put together a list of retailers with incredible Black Friday deals, including Amazon, GameStop, Best Buy, and more. Check below for even more deals, sales, and discounts.

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Cyber Monday Xbox One Game Deals–Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, Gears 5, And More

It may not technically be Black Friday anymore, but there are still a ton of lingering deals from the big day. Not to mention all of the new deals popping up with Cyber Monday still on the way, many of which feature discounts on Xbox One games. Yes, there is an absolute litany of Xbox One games featured for Cyber Monday right now, and we’ve collected the best deals from around the internet to make sure you’re always getting the lowest price.

Cyber Monday is almost certainly your last chance at deals this good before the holidays, so if you’re in the market for some games or are just leaking for the perfect gift, then now is a good time to check out the discounts. Cyber Monday caps off the Black Friday 2019 weekend, which continues to have great deals on Xbox One consoles and accessories, too. More game deals are bound to pop up, so we’ll keep this article updated as more is revealed.

In the meantime, we’ve rounded up the best Xbox One game deals confirmed for Cyber Monday below, and this story will be updated regularly as we spot more discounts. While specific start times will vary by retailer, many of these game discounts will be live starting Thanksgiving Day. For more Cyber Monday 2019 Xbox One deals, be sure to check out our guide to the best Xbox One console and accessory deals, which include some great Xbox One X bundles for $350, Xbox One S bundles for $200, and the Xbox One S All-Digital Edition for $150.

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Best Xbox One game deals for Black Friday 2019

  • Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown — $20
  • Assassin’s Creed Odyssey — $15
  • Borderlands: Game of the Year Edition — $15
  • Borderlands: The Handsome Collection — $15
  • Borderlands 3 — $28
  • Call of Duty: Modern Warfare — $38
  • Control — $25
  • The Dark Pictures: Man of Medan — $15
  • Diablo III: Eternal Edition — $15
  • Disney Classic Games: Aladdin and Lion King — $15
  • The Division 2 — $12
  • The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Special Edition — $20
  • Fallout 4: Game of the Year Edition — $15
  • Fallout 76 — $10
  • Far Cry: New Dawn — $15
  • FIFA 20 — $28
  • Forza Horizon 4 — $25
  • Gears 5 — $25
  • Ghost Recon Breakpoint — $28
  • Grand Theft Auto V: Premium Edition — $15
  • Hitman 2 — $20
  • Injustice 2 Legendary Edition — $15
  • Just Cause 4 — $20
  • Just Dance 2020 — $25
  • Kingdom Hearts 3 — $15
  • Lego Harry Potter Collection — $15
  • Lego Marvel Super Heroes 2 — $15
  • Madden NFL 20 — $28
  • Metro Exodus — $20
  • Monster Hunter World: Iceborne Master Edition — $35
  • Mortal Kombat 11 — $25
  • NBA 2K20 — $28
  • Need for Speed Heat — $36
  • NHL 20 — $35
  • Overwatch: Legendary Edition — $17
  • Rage 2 — $20
  • Rainbow Six Siege — $15
  • Red Dead Redemption 2 — $30
  • Resident Evil 2 — $20
  • Sea of Thieves — $20
  • Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice — $25
  • Spyro Reignited Trilogy — $25
  • The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt Complete Edition — $20
  • Wolfenstein: Youngblood Deluxe Edition — $20
  • World War Z –$20
  • Wreckfest — $25
  • WWE 2K20 — $28
  • Zoo Tycoon: Ultimate Animal Collection — $15

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Black Friday Oculus VR Deals 2019: Quest And Rift S Sales In Time For Half-Life: Alyx

This Black Friday, Oculus is at the forefront of some of the most exciting virtual reality advancements, and with Valve announcing Half-Life: Alyx, which the company has confirmed is compatible with Oculus’s headsets, it’s only getting better. Oculus has also announced some Black Friday deals for each of its VR headsets. The Oculus Quest gets a bundled game, while the Oculus Rift S and Oculus Go VR headsets see discounts. Yes, if you’ve been waiting to jump into VR, then Black Friday 2019 might be your best opportunity yet. And don’t forget to check out the best Black Friday VR deals.

The official Oculus Quest Black Friday deal isn’t much, but it’s a good starter pack. Until January 31, it comes with the headset, the latest Oculus Touch controllers, and all three episodes of its Star Wars VR series, Vader Immortal. You’ll need to activate your Oculus Quest within 30 days of your purchase to get Vader Immortal for free, with March 2 being the last possible day to redeem the offer.

While the Quest doesn’t receive a special price, Oculus is discounting the rest of its VR headsets for Black Friday. Until December 2, the Oculus Rift S and both versions of the Oculus Go will be discounted by $50.

Facebook also plans to discount its Portal devices, which are touchscreen displays that let you video call your friends and family, display photos, and control your smart home with built-in Alexa support, in addition to a lot more. The Portal, Portal Mini, and Portal TV are all discounted by $50, while the Portal Plus sees a price cut of $30. You can see the full list of deals below.

The best Black Friday Oculus VR deals

  • Oculus Quest 64 GB/128 GB VR Headset with Vader Immortal — $400/$500
  • Oculus Rift S — $350 ($400)
  • Oculus Go 32 GB/64 GB — $150 ($200)/$200 ($250)

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Black Friday Oculus Rift VR deals

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Oculus Quest 64 GB or 128 GB + Vader Immortal bundle | $400 or $500

Oculus is bundling all three episodes of its Star Wars VR series, Vader Immortal, with every purchase of the Oculus Quest headset until January 31. The Oculus Quest is an all-in-one, completely cord-free VR headset–no PC required–that comes with 64 GB or 128 GB of storage. There’s no discount, but you save $30 getting the Star Wars VR series for free. On top of that, Vader Immortal is a great way for Star Wars fans to experience virtual reality.

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Oculus Rift S | $350 ($400)

Oculus Rift S is the latest revision of Oculus’s PC VR headset. You’ll need a PC with the hardware specs to run the VR headset and its software, but everything else comes with the package, including the Touch controllers.

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Oculus Go 32 GB or 64 GB | $150 ($200) or $200 ($250)

The Oculus Go is a completely portable headset that’s better used for movies, shows, and other media than gaming. It’ll be available for $150 for the 32 GB version or $200 for the 64 GB version on Black Friday until December 2.

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Portal | $130 ($180)

Facebook’s Portal is a 10-inch, touchscreen display that lets you video chat with friends and family through Facebook’s Messenger and WhatsApp–thankfully, they can use any device they want to communicate with you. The cool thing about the Portal is that the Smart Camera automatically follows your position by panning and zooming to get you in the frame. On top of all that, you can control your smart home and listen to music with Alexa support as well as display photos while you’re not talking to anyone. For Black Friday, the Portal will be $130 until December 2.

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Portal Mini | $80 ($130)

The Portal Mini is exactly like the regular Portal–except it’s mini. The eight-inch Portal does everything the 10-inch does, including the Smart Camera movement, Alexa support, and photo display. And until December 2, it’ll cost $80.

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Portal TV | $99 ($150)

The Portal TV plugs into your television, turning your television into a Portal device. It also gives you the ability to watch and listen to streaming services like Prime Video, CBS Access, and Spotify. Like other Portal devices, it features the Smart Camera, Alexa support, and more. It’ll cost $100 during Black Friday until December 2.

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Portal + | $250 ($280)

The Portal Plus features everything the other portals do except with a much bigger, 15.6-inch 1080p screen. It also comes with two 20w speakers that offer richer sound than the other Portal devices. For Black Friday, it’ll cost $250 until December 2.

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