Fallout 76’s announcement was preceded by a 24-hour Twitch stream of a Vault Boy bobblehead that was watched by 2 million people, proving that people really, really like Fallout. If you haven’t yet played Todd Howard’s post-apocalyptic open world RPG, Amazon is discounting the latest game in the series, Fallout 4, both the original and the Game of the Year Edition.
It’s the start of a new month which means that if you’re a member of Xbox Live Gold, PlayStation Plus or Twitch Prime, you’ve got a new batch of free games to download. June’s Games With Gold lineup includes two Xbox One games as well as two backwards-compatible Xbox 360 games. PlayStation 4 owners can pick up Trials Fusion and XCOM 2. Finally, Twitch Prime free games are Strafe, The Banner Saga, Tumblestone and Treadnauts.
Consoles and Hardware
- Xbox One S 1TB at eBay for $249.99 (usually $259.99).
- Xbox One X bundle with State of Decay 2 game code and controller charging dock at Walmart for $496.99 (usually $547.52).
- New Nintendo 3DS XL at Walmart for $175 (usually $199.99).
- Acer Aspire 7 15.6” Core i7 8GB RAM 1TB HDD Gaming Laptop at eBay via Newegg for $599.99 (usually $899.99).
- Alienware 25 Gaming Monitor at Jet for $329.99 (usually $499.99).
- Samsung C24FG70 24” 16:9 Curved LCD Monitor at B&H for $199.99 (usually $299.99). Ends Saturday, June 2 at 11:59 PM ET.
- Fallout 4: Game of the Year Edition on Xbox One and PS4 at Amazon for $29.99 (usually $59.99).
- Burnout Paradise Remastered on Xbox One and PS4 at Amazon for $24.99 (usually $39.99).
- Titan Quest: Collector’s Edition on Xbox One at Amazon for $44.32 (usually $119.99).
- Rayman Legends: Definitive Edition on Switch at GameStop for $19.99 (usually $39.99).
- Max: The Curse of Brotherhood on Switch at GameStop for $19.99 (usually $29.99).
- Final Fantasy XV: Royal Edition on PS4 and Xbox One at Newegg for $24.99 with code EMCXUSE55 (usually $49.99).
- Overwatch: Game of the Year Edition on PS4, Xbox One and PC at Newegg for $24.99 with code EMCXUSE57 (usually $59.99).
- Moonlighter on PC at Fanatical for $15.99 (usually $19.99).
- Prey on PC at Fanatical for $17.99 (usually $39.99).
- Bethesda Softworks games on PC (Fallout 4, Doom, Skyrim) are up to 58 percent at Fanatical.
- All PC games are 25 percent off at Green Man Gaming with code JUNE25.
- Nintendo Joy-Con AA Battery Pack at Amazon for $16.97 (usually $34.99).
- Mordenkainen’s Tome of Foes D&D companion book at Amazon for $29.97 (usually $49.95).
- Select t-shirts are buy-one-get-one-half-off at ThinkGeek.
Commerce Team Picks
- Allegra alerted us to the new Jigglypuff Build-a-Bear this week and it’s just as adorable as you’d expect. An online exclusive bundle comes with a fuzzy cape, microphone, Jigglypuff sound box and exclusive trading card. 10-year-old me is freaking out a little bit.
- If you’ve been thinking about starting a Dungeons and Dragons campaign but have no idea where to start, our new guide can help. There are plenty of tips on what you need to get started and resources for new DMs. The TL;DR version is: you don’t need to have everything figured out right away.
- We’re almost a week away from E3 which means that we’re about to be flooded with new games to get excited about. Already we’ve got announcements for Fallout 76, Assassins Creed: Odyssey and two new Pokemon games. This seems like a good time to remind you that Amazon offers 20 percent off gaming pre-orders for Amazon Prime members. You should always be careful when pre-ordering games, but you can always cancel if you decide you’re not interested anymore.
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