Six Video Game Deals You Need To Know About For Christmas

There's a 99% chance that you're either a gamer, or know someone who wants a video game for Christmas. With that in mind, here are the best video game deals of the week, including: Spider-Man for $39, 97% off PC games, $120 off PlayStation 4 VR consoles and more!

1. 97% off PC games bundle: Fanatical has slashed the price of its Kingslayer bundle by a mammoth 97%. The bundle includes 10 games: STAR WARS: Knights of the Old Republic, STAR WARS: Knights of the Old Republic II, STAR WARS: The Force Unleashed Ultimate Sith Edition, The King Of Fighters XIII, Metal Slug X, Shadowrun: Hong Kong (Extended Edition), Styx: Shards of Darkness, SimCity 4 Deluxe Edition, Age of Decadence and Oxenfree. Pay just $7.49 instead of $262! Click here.

2. Big W games sale: Big W is having a big clearance on video games with prices starting at just $10. Click here for the highlights!

3. Spider-Man for $39: Spider-Man was one of the best PlayStation 4 games of 2018, and it's currently going for just $39 at Amazon. Click here!

4. Fanatical Winter Sale: Fanatical is having a big "winter" sale on PC games (they're based in the UK, see.) There are tons of bargains on offer and you can get an additional 10% off by using the discount code 'FANATICAL10'. Click here to see what's on offer!

5. Cheap PlayStation VR bundle: The Sony Store has knocked $120 off the brand-new PS VR Mega Pack which includes a Virtual Reality gaming headset, a 3D Camera and five full games: The Elder Scrolls V Sky Rim VR, Astrobot Rescue Mission, Doom VFR, PlayStation VR Worlds and Wipeout Omega Collection. The deal also includes free shipping. Click here!

6. 20% off eBay: eBay is knocking an extra 20% off select items, including board games, toys and video game consoles. To get the deal, use the discount code 'PROMISE'. Click here to see the deals!


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