Gamestop actually waited until the weekend before Black Friday itself to reveal what games they’re discounting and what the prices are. It’s late notice, but it arrived at least. Here’s what you can get from them.
In terms of consoles, GameStop has the upper hand because they can offer used units at a discount. So there are more choices here than at, say, Target. GameStop is also the only place left to buy a Wii U, and this will probably be the last time you see one under $100 — there are less of these around than any other Nintendo console, Nintendo doesn’t make them anymore, and they’ll only get rarer in the years ahead.
PS4 1TB Spider-Man console bundle for $199.99
PlayStation VR Creed: Rise to Glory and Superhot bundle for $249.99
PlayStation VR Astro Bot Rescue Mission and Moss bundle for $199.99
Nintendo Switch Mario Kart 8 bundle for $299.99
Xbox One S 1TB Minecraft Creator bundle for $199.99
Xbox One X 1TB Robot White Special Edition Fallout 76 bundle for $359.99
Now let’s get to the actual games. There will be plenty to keep Switch players busy through the remainder of the year, and some excellent stuff is now confirmed for 2022. Like a fully 3D Kirby, Splatoon 3 and the finally confirmed release window for Bayonetta 3! Castlevania Advance Collection
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