Best Gaming and Tech Deals of the Week 11/11/16

Best Gaming and Tech Deals of the Week 11/11/16

Xbox One S, GameStop US ProDay Sale, Dragon Age Inquisition, F.E.A.R. Bundle, and more!

As we make our way through November, Black Friday deals have begun to emerge from wherever they go 11 months out of the year. That means places like Best Buy, Target, GameStop and Amazon have all begun discounting things fairly largely, in the run-up to November 25th itself. We’ve got a whole bunch of those deals to go through today.

First, though, we need to talk about free stuff.

Win a copy of Football Manager 2017 with Jelly Deals and Bundle Stars

The good folks at Bundle Stars have kindly given us ten Steam codes for Football Manager 2017 to give away to a few you dear readers. Entries are open now and close at 23:59 on Sunday 13th November. If you want to be in with a chance to win a copy, head over to the link below and you’ll find all the details there.

Humble Unreal Engine Bundle from Humble Bundle

For the next ten-ish days, Humble is offering up what they’re calling the ‘Humble Unreal Engine Bundle’ for the usual ‘pay what you want’ system. No prizes for guessing that it’s comprised of games made using the Unreal Engine. Specifically, though, you can pay $1 (81p) and get copies of Shadow Complex, Dangerous Golf and Killing Floor. Spend more than the average to unlock The Vanishing of Ethan Carter, ADR1FT and The Mean Greens. Cross that finish line by paying $10 (£8.08) or more to unlock a copy of The Culling on top of all that.

F.E.A.R. Bundle on PC (Steam) for $5.56 from Bundle Stars

Way back before all these damned zombie games started showing up everywhere, one of the key horror titles available to PC owners was F.E.A.R. Combining a first-person shooter gameplay with psychological horror and a giant dose of bullet time slow motion, the F.E.A.R. series became popular fast. Fast forward a decade and we’ve seen three games in the series along with some story DLC for F.E.A.R. 2. All of which you can pick up cheap on PC right now, over at Bundle Stars, where $5.56 will get you Steam keys for every last bit of F.E.A.R. stuff there is.

Dragon Age Inquisition on PC (Origin) for $9.91 from Green Man Gaming

Bioware may be in the news this week for their other fanciful RPG series, but if you’re the type to take wizards and warriors over space suits and shotguns, head over to Green Man Gaming. There, you can get yourself a PC copy of Dragon Age Inquisition while it’s on offer for $9.91 and spend the next few dozen hours solving a fantasy world’s problems while also escaping from the real world’s problems.

Xbox One S 500GB console with Battlefield 1, Call of Duty Infinite Warfare and Gears of War 4 for $319.99 from eBay

Over in the US right now, you can pick up an Xbox One S console with copies of Battlefield 1, Call of Duty Infinite Warfare and Gears of War 4 for $319.99 all together. That’s a console that came out a couple of months ago paired with three games that were all released within the last two months, all for $320. You’ll see no complaints from us.

Xbox One S Controller for $42.99 from Rakuten

Whether you need a second controller for your Xbox One that ISN’T a weird, scary third-party cheap one, or you need a controller to play PC games on, this one is worth a look. The new-style Xbox One S controller (with Bluetooth) is down to $42.99 over at Rakuten right now, one of the cheapest prices since this model was introduced.

GameStop US ProDay Sale - November 12th Only

Saturday 12th November is Pro Day over at GameStop US. What that means, is that if you’re a GameStop ‘Pro Member’, you’ll have access to a litany of exclusive deals for one day only. Head over to the site using the link below and take a look yourself, games start at $9.99.

Razer Naga MMO Mouse for $39.99 from Best Buy

Maybe you need a new mouse, maybe you just have a thing for buttons on things that don’t normally have buttons. Hey, I’m not judging. Whatever the reason, you may be interested to know that Best Buy has put the Razer Naga MMO mouse, which sports a whole row of the weird little side-button things, on sale for $39.99 for a limited time.

PlayStation Store 10th Anniversary sale from PlayStation Store

Somehow, it’s already been ten years since the official launch of the PlayStation Store. It’s come a long way in that time, sure. It’s had its ups and its downs, including some very literal downtimes. Nonetheless, it’s been an entire decade of us being able to buy games and other assorted stuff digitally from the service and to celebrate, Sony has put a bunch of games and movies on sale.

Some highlights from the sale so far, remember that PS Plus subscribers get an extra 10% discount on each title:

  • Grand Theft Auto V on PS4, $41.99
  • Heavy Rain & Beyond: Two Souls Collection on PS4, $19.99
  • Prototype Biohazard Bundle on PS, $29.49
  • Broken Age on PS4 and PS Vita, $4.99
  • Bully on PS4, $11.24
  • Rocket League on PS4, $13.99
  • FEZ on PS4, PS3 and PS Vita, $8.70
  • Chrono Trigger on PS3 and PS Vita, $2.99
  • Castlevania: Symphony of the Night on PS3 and PS Vita, $2.99
  • Hotline Miami on PS4, PS3 and PS Vita, $4.99

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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