Featured Deal: Xbox Elite Series 2 Controller | $158 | Amazon
The best Xbox One game and accessory deals are here.
Whether you’re rocking an Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, or Xbox One, you might be looking for a fresh game to help pass the pandemic quarantine doldrums. Luckily, there are many recent releases on deep discount right now, including Mass Effect: Legendary Edition and Resident Evil Village, along with controller bargains. Have a look and keep on gaming!
At the discounted price of $158 on Amazon, the Xbox Elite Series 2 is quite tempting. Included in the box is a carrying case, four swappable paddles and six thumb sticks, two D-pads, and a USB-C charging dock. Honestly, It’s worth it alone for the paddle buttons. Trust me. Being able to jump and reload without taking your thumb off the right stick is a godsend.
Xbox Wireless Controller | $50
If you need another controller for your Xbox Series X/S or Xbox One, Microsoft is currently taking $10 off the price of the current version of the Xbox wireless gamepad in Carbon Black. Official controllers don’t often see savings, so this is a great opportunity to save a little cash while bringing friends and family into the fold.
Sid Meier’s Civilization VI | $9-28
With Sid Meier’s Civilization VI, you’ll see what it’s like to take an empire from sticks and stones to space tech, and thanks to some great forward-thinking by Firaxis and 2K Games. Microsoft is allowing you to buy the full game there for just $9 on Xbox One. Additionally, The Anthology Version which included the full game and all previous DLC is down 60% to $28—an absolute steal for the endless hours this game will steal from you.
DRAGON BALL FIGHTERZ | $9
CHA-LA HEAD CHA-LA! Dragon Ball FighterZ for the Xbox One is $9 right now. With an expandable roster and awesome anime-loyal design, it’s sure to please even the most rabid fan. This is one of the best prices we’ve seen on this game. Arc System Works has meticulously recreated the animation style of Dragon Ball Z in a 3D game. You seriously would not be able to tell this game isn’t in 2D if not for the moments the camera moves.
Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games | $30
Play the same Olympic events you watch on the TV with Sega’s officially-licensed Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games on Xbox. It includes 18 events with a mostly realistic approach, although the inclusion of wacky costumes—including a silly Sonic the Hedgehog one—should help boost the fun a bit. Save $10 right now.
Puyo Puyo Tetris 2 | $20
The sequel combines two of the genres best for a unique puzzle fusion game. You can currently grab the Xbox Launch Edition of the game on sale at Amazon for $20. The first Puyo Puyo Tetris is a charming little puzzler and the sequel doubles down on everything—even adds a new skill system to the mix. There’s plenty of new content to dig into for fans of the original and for newcomers alike, so go right ahead and start puzzling with your friends.
Divinity: Original Sin 2 | $25
If you’re a fan of RPG and haven’t touched Divinity Original Sin 2 yet, you’re missing out. Its turn-based combat and environmental interactions are so fleshed out, it’s about the closest thing we’ve gotten to actually replicating Dungeons & Dragons in a video game. That is, in a fully released game at least. This game was so good, the developer Larian Studios approached Wizards of the Coast and was able to secure the license for D&D with their upcoming Baldur’s Gate 3. That one is in beta right now, but if you’re someone who likes wait for full releases or are just a console-only player, then Divinity Original Sin 2 is still your best bet.
The Mass Effect trilogy is an expansive sci-fi fantasy series that will take you over 100 hours and that’s just your first playthrough. Now is your chance to meet Garrus, Mordin, Tali, Liara, and every other squadmate the internet hasn’t shut up about. Though in all honestly I get it. After playing, I can confirm that the squadmates are easily the best part of the series which is why I can confirm Mass Effect 2 is the best of the three. Fight me.
Yakuza: Like a Dragon | $23
Sega’s beloved Japanese role-playing crime saga returns with Yakuza: Like a Dragon, a distinctive entry with a totally new lead character and the addition of turn-based combat. It has earned rave reviews for its intriguing world and compelling characters, and you can save more than half off the list price right now at Amazon or Best Buy.
NBA 2K21 | $15-$20
Hoop it up even after the season ends with NBA 2K21, now marked down dramatically on Xbox One to just $15. 2K Sports’ simulation series is a winner year in and year out, and this year’s version brings an array of enhancements to the various play modes. Got an Xbox Series X or Series S? Go for the enhanced version for those consoles at $18, which is $52 off the list price.
Resident Evil Village | $45
Just released last month, Resident Evil Village is the eighth core entry in the series and follows in the footsteps of the stellar Resident Evil 7: Biohazard. It’s another first-person horror affair, this time in the sizable titular setting – although the castle with meme icon Lady Dimitrescu really steals the show. If you haven’t already checked into this survival affair, it’s $15 off at Amazon.