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Controllers for Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, and PS4 on sale, Final Fantasy 15 on PC, and more gaming deals

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Whether you prefer the versatility of a wireless gamepad, want to rep your favorite fighting game or just need a few extra controllers for couch co-op, there are tons of deals on controllers for you to check out this week.

At Amazon, wireless Xbox One controllers are down to $39 and PlayStation 4 DualShock controllers are down to $49.88. An officially licensed Pokken Tournament wired controller is available for Switch at $19.99. Nintendo Switch Pro controllers are on sale for $62.99, though that still makes the Pro one of the most expensive game pads on the market. If you’ve got an extra DualShock controller lying around you can hook it up to your Switch with 8bitdo’s new wireless USB adapter. While not technically on sale, it’s only $20 so it’s potentially cheaper than buying a new controller.

Even though it was just released this week, Final Fantasy 15 for Windows PC is discounted at Green Man Gaming for $39.99. As we head further into 2018, more deals are dropping on some of the best games of 2017. The PC collector’s edition of Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus, which includes a Terror Billy action figure, is still on sale at Amazon for $40.01. Switch games are getting some discounts too — Doom and Rocket League on Switch are down to $53.50 at Walmart.

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Commerce Team Picks

  • Last week we wrote about 8bitdo’s new USB adapter that lets you pair a DualShock controller to a Switch. It’s cheaper than a Pro Controller and can be used on multiple devices. Pick one up for $19.99 at Amazon.
  • Dungeons and Dragons isn’t all, well, dungeons and dragons. I’m getting ready to start a Tomb of Annihilation campaign, an adventure set in a jungle with monsters like dinosaurs and snake people. Think fantasy Indiana Jones. If you don’t want to commit to a full role-playing adventure, you can just grab the board game version instead.
  • A Wrinkle in Time comes out this weekend and I couldn’t be more excited. It was one of my favorite books as a kid and I can’t wait to see how this weird, wonderful story gets adapted. Check out Susana Polo’s review and definitely pick up the book if you haven’t read it before. Even if you’ve read it already, the movie tie-in edition includes a beautiful foreword by the movie’s director, Ava DuVernay.

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