Six Video Game Deals You Need To Know About

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G'day! Here are some cracking video game deals for Lifehacker readers today including: Get the Nintendo Switch for $355, 90% off classic games at GOG.com, free PC horror game and more!

1. Amazon's Buy-One-Get-One-Free Sale: Amazon has become one of the best places for video game deals in Australia - and you can currently get two games for the price of one. Yeah, boi! Click here to start browsing!

2. EB Games' 50% Off Sale: EB Games is currently throwing a half-price sale, which means games are slightly lower than the RRP. (We kid, we kid.) There are actually some great bargains to be had including Grand Theft Auto V for $39.95 and Overwatch for $49. The sale also includes game accessories, books and loot. You can access their biggest sale ever, right here.

3. PS4 Days Of Play sale: The PlayStation Store is in the midst of its Days Of Play sale - score massive discounts on big release games and indie titles alike. Click here!

4. Get Layers of Fear Free: If you've got a hankering to play something scary this weekend - perhaps after watching the terrifying Hereditary at the cinema - you could do a lot worse than the indie horror game Layers of Fear. It's currently free to download on Steam - click here!

5. Nintendo Switch for $355: Wait, you still haven't picked up a Switch? And you call yourself a gamer? Tch. You can right this heinous wrong at Amazon for just $355 - to get the deal, simply sign up with a new email and use the discount code 'AMAZON20'. Click here!

6. 90% off at GOG.com: GOG.com is throwing a 'Summer' sale with up to 90 per cent off select PC games. Highlights include Mirror's Edge for $2.99, Icewind Dale 2 for $5.19, Firewatch for $7.99, SimCity 4 Deluxe Edition for $6.59 and Secret of Monkey Island: Special Edition for $4.49. Click here for more!


Comments

    Hi Chris - good start on the story but how about finishing it off :-).

    Also for LifeHackers … for example, for the first time since its release, Microsoft is discounting (for a short time) the high-end Xbox One X (world's most powerful console) by $50 to $599 and as a result of E3 there's a whole raft of Xbox One digital download games out for significant discounts as well. There are definitely specials across all consoles at the moment on games and sometimes the console themselves - just wondered why you only discussed specials on 2/3rds of the devices :)

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