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Gaming is more popular than ever. And it’s not surprising to see why: Spending more time at home means we’re all searching for new forms of entertainment. Gaming gives us a break from reality for awhile as we immerse ourselves in entirely new worlds.
Maybe you’re new to gaming and not sure where to start. Or you’re an old pro who’s getting a little tired of your go-to library. Either way, these Labor Day deals are sure to intrigue. But act fast—these deals are ending soon.
We rounded up the best games and accessories from Amazon, Microsoft, GameStop, Target and more to spice up your gaming life. Whether you have an Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch or PC, we found something you’re going to love to play.
Shop these next-level deals below:
Best Xbox One sales
On sale for just $15 (was $40), Plants vs. Zombies: Battle for Neighborville for Xbox One continues the ongoing battle between, you guessed it, plants and zombies in a post-apocalyptic world. This Amazon’s Choice game lets you play as either plants or zombies as you build your defenses and counter-attack to reclaim the neighborhood. The latest in the Plants vs. Zombies franchise features split-screen and co-op modes for an even better experience.
“Best Plants vs. Zombies game yet! Incredible clarity, details on the characters, and several new characters and background scenery,” wrote a satisfied shopper. “There is no ‘real’ violence. It's sunflowers, and mushrooms, and oak trees (and other plant characters) fighting against zombie football players, zombie scientists, and zombie disco dancers and other zombies. It's funny and it's fun.”
More Xbox One sales:
Xbox Game Pass Ultimate (one-month), $1 (was $15), microsoft.com
Mortal Kombat 11 (Xbox One), $20 (was $60), amazon.com
Monopoly Plus (Xbox One), $4 (was $15), microsoft.com
Madden NFL 20 (Xbox One), $22 (was $50), eBay.com
For Honor: Standard Edition (Xbox One), $7 (was $30), microsoft.com
Just Dance 2020 (Xbox One), $20 (was $40), microsoft.com
Best PS4 sales
Want to really get in on the action? This BenGoo G9000 Stereo Gaming Headset—a ridiculous 62 percent off at Amazon—is ideal for immersive gaming, thanks to its awesome surround-sound and comfy padded ear cushions that makes hours-long sessions a breeze. Its built-in microphone offers incredibly crisp audio, as well as noise-canceling.
“The G9000 Pro is the best headset I’ve ever had,” shared a delighted gamer. “The foam padding is super comfortable and the length is easily adjustable. It comes with both a USB plug and a plug for a headphone jack, so it’s compatible with both my PS4 and laptop. It also has an adjustable volume and a switch to mute your own microphone. And it looks great, so that’s a plus.”
More PS4 sales:
Death Stranding (PS4), $30 (was $60), amazon.com
Nioh 2 (PS4), $31 (was $60), amazon.com
Snowrunner (PS4), $37 (was $50), amazon.com
Metal Gear Survive (PS4), $14 (was $40), amazon.com
The Evil Within 2 (PS4), $18 (was $40), amazon.com
Mafia III (PS4), $22 (was $30), amazon.com
Grand Theft Auto V (PS4), $30 (was $60), eBay.com
NBA 2K20 (PS4), $20 (was $60), amazon.com
Predator: Hunting Grounds (PS4), $25 (was $40), amazon.com
Best Nintendo Switch sales
Since you can’t go to the carnival right now, we’re bringing the carnival to you. 2K Games’ Carnival Games for Nintendo Switch—on sale for just $15, or $25 off at Amazon—will make you feel like you’re on the boardwalk with your pick of 20 classic carnival games to play. You can shoot basketballs, take down scary clowns, race drones, bowl and more.
You can even win tickets and trade them in for prizes! Bring on the fried dough.
“Fun game—I made an in-home carnival for my boys during quarantine and set this up on the projector,” shared a mother of two and Amazon shopper. “Made it feel like a real carnival. It's fun and competitive and you can play as teams. Good price for a fun game, and it's not hard to unlock levels.”
More Nintendo Switch sales:
Sega Genesis Mini, $50 (was $80), amazon.com
Animal Crossing: New Horizons, $57 (was $61), amazon.com
Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, $50 (was $60), amazon.com
New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe, $40 (was $60), amazon.com
PC gaming sales
On sale for $60 (was $100), this Razer Mamba Wireless Gaming Mouse (an Amazon’s Choice) has the stellar tracking, speed and precision that’s perfect for beginner and pro gamers alike. What’s amazing is that it feels like using a wired mouse—even though it’s wireless. There’s virtually no lag or latency that would ruin gameplay.
The mouse boasts up to 50 hours of battery life per charge, which is more than enough time to complete just about any Final Fantasy game before needing more juice.
“This has been by far the best mouse I have ever owned, My last mouse was the NAGA and the Mamba elite is a HUGE upgrade,” raved a delighted gamer. “The sensor is amazing!”
More PC gaming sales:
Sid Meier's Civilization VI (PC), $22 (was $60), amazon.com
Vankyo Gaming Headset CM7000, $29 (was $69), amazon.com
Razer Tartarus v2 Gaming Keypad, $64 (was $80), amazon.com
The reviews quoted above reflect the most recent versions at the time of publication.
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