Six Video Game Deals You Should Know About

G'day! Here are some cracking video game deals for Lifehacker readers today including Up to 70% off at the PlayStation Store, Nintendo eShop sale, EB Games bestseller deals and more!

1. PlayStation Easter Sale: The Playstation Store is having an Easter Sale with discounts across the whole range. Save up to 70% on a bunch of AAA and indie titles. Click here!

2. Cheap PC games: Fanatical has a bunch of great deals on at the moment including Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor Game of the Year Edition for $3.99, 60% off Hearts of Iron IV: Cadet Edition and the Hellstorm Bundle for $1.99! You can also get an extra 10% off when you use the discount code 'SPRING10' (excludes bundles). Click here for more deals.

3. EB Games Bestseller Sale: EB Games is having a big sale on best-selling video games. Save over 50% on popular games like Destiny 2, Grand Theft Auto V and Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus. Click here to start browsing!

4. eBay gaming deals: eBay has a bunch of video games and accessories on special at the moment. There's a lot of crap here, but also some decent bargains - especially if you're a retro collector. You can also get 28% off the HTC Vive virtual-reality headset. Nice! Click here for the deals!

5. Nintendo eShop sale: Nintendo just kicked off its Action-Packed eShop Sale. There are over 140 discounted titles across the Nintendo Switch, Nintendo 3DS and er, Wii U. Take a look!

6. $1 Humble Bundle: This week's Humble Bundle features a jumbo collection of games that will test your mental abilities. Normally, the total cost for these games is as much as $133. Instead, you pay as little as $1. (Although you might want to stump up a bit more cash as proceeds go to charity.) Click here!

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Comments

    Definitely check out the Playstation Store Easter deals - there are some heavily discounted titles/bundles in there. Nothing AAA, but still some good offerings if you missed them first time round.

    What is this codswallop with GTA-V, a game that was released in 2013, FIVE YEARS AGO, still being flogged for $99 "new". It's not as if they haven't already sold millions & made billions. $49 should've been it's standard price for the last few years just like every other game from 2013. Not to mention it's not even a new-gen game having been developed for PS3 & X360. I doubt it has a patch for the pro consoles either, so it's ancient low res & low rate. No other video game in history has stayed at it's debut price half a deacde later, not even the 6 previous GTA games. Hell Apple discounts their bloody phones after just 1 year.

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