Been waiting for a deal on the New 3DS XL? If you pay $9 more than MSRP today, you'll also get your choice of game. These aren't from the bargain bin either; your options include Majora's Mask, Super Smash Bros., Pokémon, and other popular titles. [New 3DS XL With one of 10 games Including Zelda MM, Pokemon, Smash Bros, More, $209]


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If you haven't picked up Shadow of Mordor for your favorite console yet, you no longer have an excuse. [Shadow of Mordor, $20]

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Note: The PS3 version is backordered. Click here to pick it out from the third party seller list.


Excited for the return of Guitar Hero? If you join My Best Buy rewards and preorder, you'll get a $10 rewards certificate as a bonus. And as usual, Gamers Club Unlocked members can save 20% as well. [Preorder Guitar Hero Live + $10 Reward Certificate, $100]

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The same promotion is also available for other upcoming titles, including Halo 5, Arkham Knight, and more.


Today only, Amazon's knocking a whopping $60 off the price of the surprisingly-great Kindle Fire HD 7, bringing it down to just $79 (or $99 for the 16GB version). That's $30 less than the previous all-time low price, and even $20 less than the Lilliputian Fire HD 6. You could go so far as to call it a <clears throat> "fire sale."

This thing isn't going to replace your computer, but it's a perfectly serviceable Netflix-streaming, game-playing piece of glass, and at $79, that's a-okay. If you're on the fence, be sure to check out Gizmodo's review (which is technically of the 6" model, but internally the 7" is identical), but remember that this price is only available today, so don't dawdle. [Kindle Fire HD 7, $79. 16GB model also available for $99]

Need a cover to go with it? Amazon's selling a bunch of them for $12 as well, today only.


The best recurring deal on a new Wii U Deluxe bundle is back in stock. No tax for most. [ Wii U Deluxe with Two Games, $260]


If you need to add a new DualShock 4 for your collection, you can pick one up on eBay today for $45. That's not a huge discount vs. their usual $50 selling price, but controller prices tend to be pretty stubborn, so it's a solid investment if you need one. [DualShock 4, $45]


If you still haven't picked up Stick of Truth, Amazon has it for just $15 today on PS3 and 360, an all-time low. [ South Park: The Stick of Truth, $15]


If you're curious about gaming mice, but want to see what the fuss is about before dropping a ton of money on a high end model, how's $11 sound for a starter mouse?

So what's $11 get you? More than you might expect:

  • Extra 2x30G Weight Added; Professional gaming engine drives for enhanced performance. Powerful Gaming Function: professional gaming software equipped with 3 modes of macro definition, meet different demands
  • High precision Avago 5050 sensor ensures responsiveness and Stability; Omron micro switches create unsurpassed tactile feedback and speed with firm and crisp clicks
  • Customizable thumb forward/backward buttons and 800/1600/2400DPI adjustable buttons with breathing Led light; Separate 'DPI +' and 'DPI -' buttons for easier switch
  • 125 -1000Hz adjustable polling rate guarantees smoother and more accurate movements; Store up to Three ready-to-play profiles letting you switch games/functions on the fly
  • 1 Year Warranty; Gold-plated copper braided wire offers stretch resistance and durable use; Anti-Skid Rubber coating provides comfortable gaming experience

[ Etekcity Scroll X1 2400DPI Wired Gaming Mouse, $11 with code M555GAME]


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