Best Deals of the Week - 9/23/16

Best Deals of the Week - 9/23/16

Jelly Deals presents this week's best gaming and tech bargains.

We’re back again for another week of the best deals from the world of games. That is, if you can tear yourself away from playing Virginia. By the way, you should definitely go play Virginia. But what did this past week have in store for us? Let’s take a look.

Dragon Age Inquisition: Game of the Year Edition on Xbox One for $16 from Xbox Live Marketplace

If you’re an Xbox Live Gold member, this week you can pick up a digital copy of Dragon Age Inquisition: Game of the Year Edition on Xbox One for an extra big discount. It’ll run you $16 for a copy. This one’s only up for a limited time, however, so if you even vaguely raised an eyebrow at that price, get in there sooner rather than later.

Ubisoft's 30th anniversary sale on PSN

Over on the PlayStation side of things, Ubisoft are celebrating their thirtieth anniversary by having a sale on their digital game offerings for PS4, PS3 and Vita. This includes some of their most recent titles, too, and they’re offering up to 60% off the range.

If you’re an Android user, there are a few gaming must-haves that are available super cheap in their little mobile versions at the moment.

Max Payne on Android for 99¢ from Google Play Store

Firstly, the original Max Payne (the one with the constant grimace) is available for 99¢. Regional pricing should apply outside of those two places and all that, but if you’ve never experienced the game that gave us Bullet Time and featured more than one weirdly out of place nightmarish dream sequence, now’s your chance.

Limbo on Android for 99¢ from Google Play Store

Next up, we have indie gem Limbo, from PlayDead, which will cost you 99¢ at the moment. This one is definitely an essential and while I haven’t played the game on mobile myself, I can only imagine the stark black and white, 2D puzzle-platformer can only continue to be a must-play no matter the format.

Grand Theft Auto: Vice City on Android for $2.10 from Google Play Store

Lastly, there’s a game that really needs no introduction. Grand Theft Auto: Vice City is available on Android for $2.10. This one’s probably best played with some form of Bluetooth or mobile controller, but may be worth it just to get on a moped and drive around listening to ‘Dance Hall Days’ and ‘Billie Jean’ again.

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt - Game of the Year Edition for $29.09 using code VIP3 from Green Man Gaming

Over on the PC, you can get yourself a copy of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt - Game of the Year Edition for $29.09 by heading over to Green Man Gaming, signing in and then entering the code VIP3 at checkout. That’ll get you Geralt in all his cat-eyed, silver fox glory.

Madden 17 on Xbox One, PS4, Xbox 360 and PS3 for $39.99 from Target

Madden 17 has been out for just about a month now, but you can already pick up a copy of it on any of the four major formats for $40, thanks to Target’s recent price reduction. That discount is only for a limited time, so if you’re one of the few people who wants a copy of this one but hasn’t gotten around to it yet, you can save twenty bucks this way.

Grand Theft Auto V on PC (Boxed) for $29.99 from Target

Yes, Grand Theft Auto V is on offer over at Steam this weekend for a big discount. But if you happen to miss out on that deal, or just really enjoy having boxed PC games for some reason, Target are offering up their stock of GTA V for $29.99 for a limited time.

Monster Hunter Generations on 3DS for $29.99 from GameStop US

The latest in the long running series of Capcom’s oddly cat-people centric action RPG series Monster Hunter, Generations, is available on the 3DS right now with an additional ten bucks off over at GameStop.

Okay, that’s all for another week. As usual, please keep in mind that deals, prices and availability can change at any time, so sorry if that happens on any of the above. I’ll be over at Jelly Deals, scouring the information super-highway for more deals. Feel free to follow us over at Twitter or Facebook. See you next week!

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