The Six Best Video Game Deals This Weekend

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G'day! Here are today's cracking gaming deals for Lifehacker readers, including: Get the red 1TB PlayStation 4 with Spider-Man for $499, Battlefield 1 for $6.24, free Retro Gamer annual and more!

1. Cheap Nintendo Switch: EB Games has the Nintendo Switch for $344.10 delivered when you use the discount code 'PICKSOON'. While that's not quite as good as last week's eBay deal, you're still getting around $125 off the RRP - enough to pick up a couple of games like The Legend of Zelda: Breath Of The Wild. Click here!

2. Battlefield 1 for $6.24: Battlefield 1 is arguably the best historical first-person shooter of this generation. The PC version is currently going on Origin for just $6.24 - down from $49.99. Click here!

3. Free Retro Gamer 2018 Annual: I've probably spent more time reading about games than playing them. If you're weird like me, you can snap up a free PDF ebook of Retro Gamer Magazine's best articles of the year. Click here to download!

4. Red 1TB PS4 + Spider-Man for $499: Amazon is selling the limited-edition Red Spider-Man PlayStation 4 (1TB) for $499. The console comes bundled with a matching red wireless controller and the Spider-Man video game on disc. Click here!

5. 90% off F.E.A.R PC bundle: Fanatical has knocked a cool 90% off its F.E.A.R video game bundle which contains F.E.A.R., F.E.A.R. 2: Project Origins, F.E.A.R. 2: Reborn, F.E.A.R. 3 and additional DLC. Down from $74.46 to just $7.55! Click here.

6. Assorted video games from $9: Amazon has slashed the price on a bunch of video games for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, PC and Nintendo 3DS. Prices starting at just $9. Click here for some highlights.

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