We’ve seen a handful of $50 discounts on the bare PS4 console, but this is the first time it’s happened on the version that includes The Last of Us: Remastered. You could argue that there have been better bundle deals available for $400, but if saving money is your primary concern, this is as good as PS4 deals get. [PS4 Console + The Last of Us, $350]

Humble’s latest bundle is overflowing with Paradox Interactive games, including Knights of Pen and Paper, Crusader Kings II, and Europa Universalis IV. As always, some deals require you to meet a minimum, but any way you slice it, the bundle offers tremendous value. [Humble Paradox Bundle]

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The Xbox 360 controller (still only $28) has long set the standard for PC gamepads, but the Xbox One controller improves upon it in almost every way, and is cheaper than ever today. Interestingly, the Windows edition that includes a USB cable is $5 cheaper than the standard configuration, but it can still be used wirelessly with any Xbox One. [Xbox One Controller + Cable for Windows, $45]

TowerFall Ascension is basically pixel art Super Smash Bros. with bows and arrows, and that’s not a bad thing. It’s down to an all-time low $5 today on Humble, where of course 10% of your purchase also goes to charity. [TowerFall Ascension, $5]

The Humble Store is having their Spring Sale right now, so be sure to check out the rest of their deals as well.

If you still haven’t upgraded your home network to 802.11ac, the highly-rated Netgear Nighthawk X4 comes with a 1TB Toshiba external hard drive for just $5 extra today on Amazon. You can even plug the hard drive straight into the router’s USB port, and use it as network attached storage. [Netgear Nighthawk X4 AC2350 Router + 1TB Toshiba Canvio Hard Drive, $205]

Update: Back in stock, with a backorder!

GameStop is currently offering the PlayStation TV for a ridiculously cheap $40, matching an Amazon Lightning Deal from a few months ago that sold out in under 10 seconds.


The PlayStation TV was a questionable investment when it launched at $99, but Sony’s new reasonably-priced PlayStation Now subscription plans have made it a far more valuable addition to your gaming fleet. Just note that you’ll need a Vita memory card to store your games and content. [PlayStation TV, $40]

h/t dammerung2010

Ready to upgrade your gaming rig? This Sapphire Radeon R9 is down to $250 today after rebate, and comes with a copy of GTA V. [SAPPHIRE Radeon R9 290 4GB 512-Bit GDDR5 Video Card with GTAV and Dirt Rally, $250 after $20 rebate]

If you need a lot of storage space for not a lot of money, it doesn’t get much better than 5TB for $120. [Samsung D3 Station 5TB External Drive, $120]

Need some new desk toys? These adorable Minecraft plushies are only a few dollars each today.


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