If you own an Xbox One, you’ll probably spend some money on games, DLC, and movie downloads eventually, so you might as well save 10% when you have the chance. We don’t know how long this will last, but Amazon’s currently taking 10% off Xbox gift cards in denominations of $100, $70, $60, $40, $30, and $10, with…
Fallout 4's Pip-Boy smartphone accessory was probably the most sought-after video game tie-in item of all time, but if you missed out a couple years ago, here’s another chance to spend your caps.
$270 is a solid deal for a 1TB Xbox One S bundle with Forza Horizon 3, but it’s spectacular when you throw in an extra controller and a Play & Charge kit for free. I’ve always said that extra controllers are the best console bundle toss-ins, since they don’t really depreciate. You’ll eventually be able to buy any game…
Rise of the Tomb Raider is one of the best games you can get for your Xbox One, and a no-brainer purchase at $20.
It’s a first world problem, but I hate waiting for my Xbox One controller to turn on and sync to the console just to pause a Netflix video. If that’s driving you crazy as well, this always-on media remote is only $18 right now on Amazon, within a buck of an all-time low.
Injustice 2 packs a shockingly good story mode into a very fun fighting game, and you can already get it for $40 on Amazon, if you missed out on that price earlier in the month.
Update: The base game is also available for $15 on PSN, but you won’t get the Collector’s Edition fold-out map, guidebook, or soundtrack.
GTA V’s campaign is great, and its online mode is still incredibly active and constantly changing, so its no wonder that the game has been relatively immune from downward price pressure, even years after release. Today though, you can score a copy on PS4 or Xbox One for $30, the best deal we’ve seen.
Update: The DualShock 4 is sold out, but the Xbox One gamepad is still available. Sorry!
Prime Day heralds the arrival of some new game console deals if you’re in the market for a PS4 or Xbox One. Sorry, no deals on the Switch yet.
When you’re not playing games, the Xbox One is also a pretty great set-top streaming box. The only problem? The gamepad takes a few seconds to wake up, which can be really annoying when you just want to pause a movie.
Update: Sold out, sorry!
Today I learned Razer makes an Xbox One/PC gamepad, and while it’s not wireless like Microsoft’s, it does have four customizable buttons, an audio control panel, and removable rubber palm grips. It’s ostensibly designed for esports enthusiasts, but at an all-time low $75, even us amateurs could consider it.
It doesn’t come with any bundled extras (other than a copy of Minecraft), but $200 is the best cash price we’ve seen on an Xbox One S to date. I’m one of those dummies that paid $500 for a Day One Xbox One, so I’m gonna go sulk in the corner for a minute.