Take an insane 40% off Batman: Arkham Knight for PC with code BATMAN-ARKHAM-SAVE40. Discount also applies to the premium edition.

Pick up the New Nintendo 3DS XL (Black or Red) today along with Smash Bros. (or a game of your choice) and a Mario Amiibo and get the bundle for around $219 (price varies slightly depending on your choices). [New 3DS XL Bundle, $219]

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If you know you want to add any of the next wave of Nintendo Amiibo to your collection, here’s your opportunity. Amazon will be putting a different Amiibo on sale each half hour starting at 2pm PT. Availability is said to be very limited, and we believe it.

Each [Amiibo] will become available for purchase at a random time during that time frame.

We’re limiting each amiibo figure to 1 per customer, and we’ll be disabling 1-Click Ordering.

If you need a little push to convince you to pick up an Xbox One, $300 for the Assassin’s Creed Bundle plus free shipping and no tax for most might just do it. [Xbox One, $300]

Bloodborne, one of the better games of 2015 so far, gets a significant discount today. Snap it up while you can, and check out the rest of today’s best deals below. [Bloodborne, $40]

You’ve probably heard a lot about mechanical keyboards in the past few years, and one of the best models on the market is on sale right now.

Most mechanical keyboards are marketed towards gamers, but Das Keyboards are a typist’s dream. Their newest, the Das Keyboard 4, is only $125 shipped for a refurb right now, a significant savings off of its usual $169 price tag. You even get to choose from either the Professional or blank key-sporting Ultimate, as well as Cherry MX Blue or Brown switches.

In addition, you can also score the tenkeyless Das Keyboard 4C for $95 shipped, which is the first significant deal we’ve seen on the newest member of the Das family. That’s over $40 less than its usual price, and a great option for anyone who wants to trade a dedicated number pad for extra desk space.

As for the switches, Lifehacker has a great explainer on the different options, and you can also buy an inexpensive sampler to try all of them yourself. I prefer the obnoxiously-loud Blue switches myself, but Browns are more popular among gamers, and a bit less clicky. [Woot]




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