Wal-Mart's Cyber Monday deals today include discounted bundles for Xbox 360 and PS3, as well as buy 2, get 2 and buy 2, get 1 deals for games across all consoles, according to listings in the retailer's Cyber Monday section.
Via the Wal-Mart website, buyers can snag the following:
- Xbox 360 4 GB console bundle, including the Skylanders Starter Kit and an exclusive Skylander figure, Gill Grunt, for $159
- DSi XL Ultimate Solution bundle, including three pre-installed games (Brain Age Express: Math, Brain Age Express: Arts & Letters and Photo Clock) and two free applications (Nintendo DSi Browser and Flipnote Studio), for $99
- PlayStation 3 250 GB console bundle, including the Infamous Collection (Infamous, Infamous 2, Infamous: Festival of Blood and additional downloadable content) and Uncharted Dual Pack (Uncharted: Drake's Fortune and Uncharted 2: Among Thieves), for $199
- Xbox 360 Ultimate bundle, including buyer's choice of console type and two controllers as well as any one Xbox 360 game, for $229
- Sony PlayStation Portable Ultimate bundle, including the handheld and buyers' choice of four PSP games, for $129
- Nintendo Wii in white for $89
- PS3 value bundle, including the Charge and Chat pack (charging dock for Dualshock and PlayStation Move controllers, packaged with a Broadcaster headset)and buyers' choice of one game, for $269
- Xbox 360 Gamer bundle, including the console, choice ofo game, 2 controllers and a one-year subscription to Xbox Live, for $339
Wal-Mart is also letting customers create their own Skylanders three-pack. Buyers can snag their choice of one original Skylanders character (including Walmart exclusive Sonic Boom), one Skylanders Giants character and one Lightcore character for $30.
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