A 12-page GameStop ad recently popped up on the popular Black Friday categorization site bfads.com. Bundles are the biggest deals, as it is almost every year with video games.
The headliner sale is an Xbox One “Holiday Bundle” that packages in Assassin’s Creed: Black Flag and Assassin’s Creed: Unity along with the console and Kinect Sensor for $329.99. Even if you aren’t into Assassin’s Creed and game-crushing bugs, $329.99 is still a good deal for the console alone, which normally runs at $349.99 sans Kinect.
The Xbox One also has some discounted relatively new games with The Evil Within and Forza 5 getting a drop to $29.99, and EA’s sports lineup all discounted to $39.99. If you have been patiently waiting for your chance to pick up Duck Dyansty, either as a gag gift, or because you are a glutton for punishment, it’ll be available for $24.99.
Sony’s “Limited Edition” PlayStation 4 bundle goes a different route by offering Grand Theft Auto V and a digital copy of The Last of Us: Remastered – both games that have been released on older consoles and updated for current generation hardware. The bundle will still run you the PlayStation 4’s standard price of $399.99, so it might be best to look elsewhere unless you really want either of one of those games and missed them on the PS3.
Shadow of Mordor for the PS4 also has a steep discount at $29.99, which is probably one of the best deals of the entire day if you haven’t already picked the game up. Some of the PS4’s oldest titles – Killzone: Shadow Fall, Knack, and Infamous: Second Son – are all dropped to $21.99 and the more recent Alien: Isolation gets a $39.99 price.
Nintendo, as per usual, has virtually nothing discounted. Sonic Boom: Rise of Lyric got a $10 knock down to $39.99, but that’s still $39.98 too much for it. While it’s not a special Black Friday deal, you still probably won’t find a better deal than the 32 GB Wii U Super Mario 3D World bundle for $299.99. At least not until the console gets a price but, but Nintendo has not even hinted at one coming any time soon.
Also, for the Black Friday weekend only, GameStop is letting you get one used game free when you purchase two others under $20. Finally, you can get those copies of Madden 13, Little Big Planet 2, and Red Dead Redemption that you’ve always wanted.[button type=”link” link=”http://bfads.net/Black-Friday/GameStop/Ad?page=1″ size=”btn-sm” variation=”btn-danger” target=”blank”]Source: BFAds[/button]
Last Updated on November 28, 2018.