Were you too busy gaming, eating and enjoying your time with the family this weekend to spend time shopping? Don't worry, you may have missed the big Black Friday deals, but these Cyber Monday discounts have your back. Bookmark this handy-dandy StoryStream and we'll keep you up-to-date on all of the day's (and sometimes week's) big deals. Good shopping!
Irrational Games' highly-rated adventure normally costs $39.99, so the offer represents a 75 percent discount. DLC episode BioShock Infinite: Burial at Sea is down 25 percent at $11.24 while map-packs 'Clash in the Clouds' and 'Columbia's Finest' are down from $4.99 to $2.49.
Other offers include Chivalry, down 75 percent from $34.99 to $17.49; Company of Heroes 2 down 33 percent to $26.79 and Europa Universalis down 50 percent to $19.99.
This brings an end to the 360's Game Store Black Friday sales, which include persistent week-long discounts that end tonight.
A full list of sales ending Dec. 2 is here, showing each discount percentage. Check your local version of Xbox.com or your Dashboard for local currency pricing.
Dell's Cyber Monday Sale isn't offering discounts for just their computers, they've also discounted some other electronics including bundles for the PlayStation 3 and 3DS XL.
You can pick up the PS3 250GB bundle with The Last of Us and Batman: Arkham Origins for $199.99. You can also get the previously announced 3DS XL with Mario & Luigi Dream Team plus a $25 Dell promo eGift Card for $199.99.
Dell is also selling a copy of Grand Theft Auto 4 for PS3 for $9.99.
The Xbox One Day One Ultimate Bundle includes a 12-month Xbox Live Gold membership, Microsoft Complete for Xbox One, an Xbox One wireless controller and three games for $799.99, down from its usual price of $869.93.
The Xbox One Day One Bundle includes the Day One console, a 12-month Gold membership, Microsoft Complete for Xbox One and two Xbox One games for $699.95, down from its usual price of $749.95.
A full list of all items discounted for today's Cyber Monday sale is...
Sony Online Entertainment is granting a 25 percent bonus to those who purchase its universal in-game currency, Station Cash, on Cyber Monday 2013.
The offer will last until 2:59 a.m. ET on Dec. 3 (which is Dec. 2 at 11:59 p.m. PT). The 25 percent bonus applies to both in-game purchases and those made through Sony Online Entertainment's official website. The offer is not valid for Station Cash purchases made through SMS payments.
Target is introducing temporary price cuts to its series of available Xbox 360 consoles, with prices dropping to as low as $179.99 on select models.
The Xbox 360 4GB console, typically set at a price point of $199.99, is down to $179.99 in retail shops, while the same model packaged with two wireless controllers is priced at $229.99.
The Xbox 360 250GB console holiday bundle which comes with Tomb Raider and Halo 4, a wireless controller and one month of Xbox Live Gold is down from its listed price of $299.99 to $249.99, while the Xbox 360 4GB Kinect Holiday Value Bundle includes Kinect...
Ouya is discounted by 33 percent for the next 10 hours both online and in retail Best Buy stores, dropping its price from $149.98 to $99.99.
The Ouya Gaming Package includes a $10 Best Buy gift card, the Ouya console and an extra controller. The sale also features over 50 percent on select EA titles including Madden NFL 13 on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, and 60 percent off of Defiance on PS3 and Xbox 360.
A full list of discounted titles is available here.
Comparatively, Ouya consoles can be purchased from the official Ouya store for $89.99, with $5 game credit included.
A new Nintendo 3DS XL bundle featuring a thematic Mario Bros. system and Mario and Luigi: Dream Team is now available, Nintendo announced today.
As part of Nintendo's "Cyber Monday of Luigi," players can get the silver 3DS XL system featuring line drawings of Mario and Luigi and a pre-installed downloadable copy of Mario and Luigi: Dream Team for $199.99.
Rumors of the Dream Team bundle began circulating late last month after GameTrailers posted a leaked flyer from Target advertising the system.
The Mario and Luigi: Dream Team bundle joins a handful of other 3DS XL system bundles...
GameStop is offering up to 50 percent off games on its online store as part of today's Cyber Monday sale, with prices on Xbox 360, PS3 and Windows PC versions of Battlefield 4 nearly halved.
The title, which is normally priced at $59.99, is now down to $39.99. Additionally, select titles from 2K are up to 50 percent off, including BioShock Infinite and Borderlands 2, now priced at $19.99 and $39.99 on Xbox 360, respectively.
A full list of featured sales is available here on the official GameStop Cyber Monday site.
Amazon will feature discounts on several games for current and old generation consoles in honor of Cyber Monday on Dec. 2.
Sales begin at 3:01 a.m. ET. The schedule is as follows:
- Madden NFL 25 - PS3, Xbox 360
- FIFA 14 - PS3, Xbox 360
- Battlefield 4 - PC, PS3, Xbox 360
- NCAA Football 14 - PS3, Xbox 360
- Need for Speed Rivals - PC, PS3, Xbox 360
- Call of Duty: Ghosts - PC, PS3, Wii U, Xbox 360, Xbox One
- Grand Theft Auto 5 - PS3, Xbox 360
- Ryse: Son of Rome - Xbox One
- Forza Motorsport 5 - Xbox One
- Dead Rising 3 - Xbox One
- Saints Row 4 - PS3, Xbox 360
- Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5...
The PlayStation Store kicks off its annual 12 Deals of Christmas sale today, according to a post on the PlayStation Blog Europe.
Two new deals — one for PlayStation 3 and one for PlayStation Vita — will be available every 48 hours, resulting in 24 discounts over the course of the sale. Featured games will be up to 65 percent off their usual price.
The sale runs until Dec. 21. You can watch the teaser trailer above.
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