There were plenty of excellent deals on video games, accessories, and consoles throughout Black Friday and the weekend, but now it’s time get excited for one more round of great gaming sales with Cyber Monday 2018. If you’ve held out hope for a fresh wave of slashed prices on brand new games, popular best-sellers, first-rate VR, and must-have console bundles, you won’t be disappointed by these top-rated Cyber Monday video game deals. Get your game face on and snap up these before they sell out.
- Fallout 76
Set in the irradiated wastelands of West Virginia, players are unleashed upon the open world of Fallout 76 to explore and survive the apocalypse alongside their friends. Finding this video game on sale for only $34.99 was a huge surprise, especially when you consider that Fallout 76 just released on November 14, and that the Fallout series is incredibly popular – so don’t expect this deal to stick around for too long.
- Xbox One X 1TB Console – Fallout 76 Bundle
The Xbox One X is currently the most powerful video game console on the market, transforms any game it plays into gorgeous eye candy, and is rarely sold for less than $500.00, so this bundle containing an Xbox One X with a sizable 1TB of storage and the brand-new Fallout 76 game is a particularly impressive deal at $429.00. This Xbox One X bundle may sell out quickly once shoppers begin to catch on to it, so grab it while you can!
- Oculus Rift
Amazon has a fantastic Oculus VR bundle this Cyber Monday, and it features the Oculus Rift, a pair of Oculus Touch controllers, and an exciting collection of six free games, including Super Lucky’s Tale and Robo Recall, for only $349.00. If you are interesting in seeing for yourself how great VR gaming can be, saving $50 on the Oculus Rift is a stellar bonus.
- Nintendo New 3DS XL – Super NES Edition
Gamers who grew up in the 90’s are going to go ape over this delightfully retro Super NES themed Nintendo 3DS XL, and it gets even better when they realize that it comes with a free download of the original Super Mario Kart. This large handheld is normally sold for $199.99, so getting it for $50.00 off is a great deal on this limited-edition Nintendo 3DS.
- Xbox Game Pass: 12 Month Membership
Imagine a Netflix-like service for video games, and you’ll have the general idea of what Xbox Game Pass is all about. There are hundreds of awesome games available right now on the service, like Halo Wars 2 and Sea of Thieves, and buying 12 months of Xbox Game Pass at the low price of $69.99, ensures that you’ll get to play new games like Crackdown 3 and Battletoads the day they are released in early 2019.
- Razer BlackWidow X Chroma Keyboard
The Mercury White model of this mechanical keyboard isn’t just a pretty PC accessory; each key was designed to endure at least 30 million more presses than your average keyboard without wearing out, and Razer’s Chroma feature allow gamers to customize its backlit keys with more than 16.8 million color combinations. If you’re in the market for a slick and durable keyboard, the Razer BlackWidow X Chroma is $109.99 after a $40.00 discount.
- Nintendo 2DS & Super Mario Maker Bundle
Shaped like a slice of cake, the Nintendo 2DS is intended to be a kid’s first handheld video game system, and the red and mustard colors of this special model are inspired by its pre-downloaded copy of Super Mario Maker. This game centers around building custom Mario levels to remix and share online, and Super Mario Maker does its best to push your creativity to the max. A 2DS is normally sold for $79.99 on its own, which makes the addition of a great game like Super Mario Maker a must-buy.
- Retro Arcade Cabinets
Bringing home a real old-school arcade cabinet is an extra-special deal for dedicated retro gamers, and Walmart has taken $50.00 off a few ageless classics: Centipede, Asteroids, Pac-Man, and Street Fighter ll Champion Edition. Blasting bugs, avoiding space rocks, chomping ghosts, and beating your buddies in Street Fighter on your very own arcade cabinet is an unbelievable deal for only $249.00 each – you’ll be the envy of retro gamers everywhere.
- Star Wars Battlefront II
Turn the tide in the unending conflict as seen in a galaxy far, far away in Star Wars Battlefront II by joining in as an Imperial Stormtrooper, Battle Droid, Rebel Fighter, or as one of the iconic heroes or villains of the Star Wars universe, such as Darth Vader, Yoda, Chewbacca, or General Grievous. This normally $39.99 video game continues to regularly receive new modes, maps, vehicles, and heroes, and if you pick up Star Wars Battlefront II for the low price of $9.90 now, you’ll be ready for when General Obi-Wan Kenobi arrives to lead Republic Clone Troopers across the war-torn desert planet of Geonosis on November 28.