G'day! Here are today's cracking video game deals for Lifehacker readers, including: Half-price retro consoles, great freebies from Epic, EB Games' clearance sale and more!
1. Get What Remains of Edith Finch free: Epic Games' free game giveaway is still in full swing. This week's deal: the truly excellent 'walking novella' What Remains of Edith Finch. Click here to see the deals!
2. Get Jackbox Party Pack free: You can also get the fun trivia game Jackbox Party Pack, valued at $30 on January 24. Click here!
3. Cheap PlayStation Classic: The Sony store has slashed the price of its PlayStation Classic console from $149.99 to just $87. Click here!
4. Fanatical games sale: Fanatical's Winter Sale is still going strong. Highlights include 78% off Bioshock Infinite, 72% off Middle-earth: Shadow of War Definitive Edition and 72% off Civilization 6 Digital Deluxe. You can also get an extra 10% off using the code 'FANATICAL10' Click here!
5. 55% off Atari Flashback: Get in on Atari's retro gaming console with the Atari Flashback for just $67 from Catch, just in time for Christmas. Click here!
6. Cheap retro arcade: Catch is also selling the My Arcade Retro Machine with 200 inbuilt games for the low, low price of $24.99. Click here!
7. Assassin's Creed Odyssey for $47: Assassin's Creed Odyssey is one of the best action-adventure games of all time. It's currently under $50 at Amazon. Click here!
8. EB Games clearance sale: EB Games is clearing a bunch of stock via its eBay Store with prices starting at just $3! (Note: The deals are being advertised as a 'Boxing Day' sale but they're all still valid.) Here are today's best deals!
9. Cheap coding text books: Want to start making games instead of just playing them? Humble Bundle has a deal on Python ebooks from Packt at the moment. Pay what you want! Click here.
10. 60% off 4K LED Smart TVs: Need a secondary TV for your kids' video game consoles? eBay is selling the 55-inch 55" DEVANTi Smart TV for $665 - that's a massive 60% off the sticker price. Click here!
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