Plus, lock in pre-order savings on Kingdom Hearts HD 2.8, Hitman: Season 1, Tales of Berseria and more.
Humble Bundle is back with an all-new selection of great games that you can pay any amount to own. This selection is grouped together thanks to their unanimously glowing user reviews – they’re all loved in an “overwhelmingly positive” way.
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Get yourself ready for RE7 by replaying 6, for cheap! (Or playing it for the first time.) Prime members only on this one!
Speaking of RE7, you might want to lock in the 20% off pre-order price on Prime if you haven’t already. It’s less than two weeks away!
And here’s a selection of other sure bets that are coming soon, starting with Kat’s next quest.
Even if you don’t have Prime, the pre-order price is cheap on this one.
The game itself isn’t included, but you can nab Battlefield 1’s statue, steel book, playing card deck, patch, poster and carrier pigeon tube collectibles all together for just a fraction of its original $130 asking price today. It’s over 75% off!
Use code BIZ240 to lower the price of this cheap 17.3″ laptop that’s great for those who need a new on-the-go machine. Includes Windows 7/10 Pro, which is a bonus for power users.
Seats like these usually sell somewhere north of $100, so spending sub-$70 for one is a steal.
…you simply don’t need to, not when Amazon will email you a code for a year of Plus for $50, a $10 discount on Sony’s $60 MSRP.
Keep your New Year’s fitness resolution going strong with this, the most advanced and feature-packed body composition scale out there. Get a full assessment of your progress every day, sync up with your health tracker app on your phone and more!
The start of a new year is a great time to finally cut cable! Seriously, there are so many other ways to get great TV piped into your home here in 2017 – if you’re still paying out the nose to a cable company, just stop that. Pick up this $16 amplified HDTV antenna to pull in your local channels for free, then supplement with Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime Video, etc.
Use code E7HPAV36 to knock its listed price down to $8.99!
Gamefly is normally $15 a month, but you right now you can get your first two months for only $10. Watch out for that auto-renew, as the third month will be $15, but you can always set a calendar reminder to cancel in time.
Crunchyroll is Netflix for anime. Crunchyroll Premium gives you unlimited streaming access to brand new anime, ad-free, as well as tons of classics like Re:Zero, One Piece, JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure, Gintama, and Fate/Stay Night. A Crunchyroll Premium free trial is normal 15 days, but we can hook you up with a 30-day trial, so sign up before this offer gets deleted.
Not all credit cards are created equal. If you want a card that can get you the most cash back, to put towards games or whatever else, check out this handy guide.
Get the entire season on physical disc for $10 off today! Available on PS4 or Xbox One.
Less than two months after its debut, this bundle of Assassin’s Creed II, Revelations and Brotherhood has fallen to 50% of its original MSRP. Grab it on PS4 or Xbox One!
Available on PS4, Xbox One or Wii U.
Available on PS4 or Xbox One.
Newly rebranded with packaging reflecting its backwards compatibility.
If you want to own the original Star Wars trilogy on Blu-ray, Amazon in the States will currently hook you up for about $35. If you’d like to think a bit outside the box, though, you could instead save around $15 by importing region-free Blu-rays from the United Kingdom! Amazon UK is happy to dispatch their versions of the classic films (with unique cover art) straight to your American mailbox.
Three animated Avengers adventures for under $7? Not too bad at all.
Have something important you’re always losing? Your wallet, perhaps, or your phone? (Or, in my case, a stuffed tiger that without which my two-year-old refuses to go to sleep.) Grab a Tile Slim, stick in on that indispensable thing and never have to ransack your house looking for where you lost it ever again.
Save some cash versus the normal price on these normal, everyday rechargeable batteries.
Finally, if it’s freezing outside your door the same way it is mine, you might be ready to invest in a little place to sit, relax and stay warm. Inflatable hot tubs are a thing! And this one, normally priced at $415, has just fallen under 300 bucks. Grab it and beat the winter blues!
Lucas M. Thomas compiles IGN’s App Store Update emails, keeps you apprised on what’s coming Out This Week and serves as the Editor-in-Chief of Nintendo Force Magazine. You can follow him on Twitter, @NintendoForce.