Target Is Joining In On The PS4 And Xbox Sale Party

Target Is Joining In On The PS4 And Xbox Sale Party

It’s a good time to be a gamer right now because retailers are flogging whatever reserves of PS4 and Xbox One titles they have on hand.

The latest contender to join the “huge video games sale” ring is Target and they’ve got some newer titles on hand for us to sink our teeth into.

Games of 2019: Action Games

The List God wants ACTION. Who doesn't? From action movies on TV, to rushing around trying to get ready before some big event, there's something inherently exciting about exploring, looking around, fighting, and running. 2019 is a brand new year, and with it comes a whole bunch of brand new video games. Today we're celebrating the coming year in action games, a baggy genre that includes everything from hack-and-slash top-down adventures to third-person boss encounter games. Here's all the upcoming action games we're excited to get our adventurous little hands on.

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  • Anthem (PS4, XBO): $19
  • Assassin’s Creed Odyssey (PS4, XBO): $35
  • Battlefield V (PS4, XBO): $29
  • Call of Duty: Black Ops 4: (PS4, XBO): $35
  • Crash Bandicoot N-Sane Trilogy (PS4, XBO): $35
  • Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled (PS4, XBO): $49
  • Devil May Cry V (XBO): $35
  • Fallout 76 (PS4, XBO): $15
  • Far Cry New Dawn (PS4, XBO): $35
  • Just Cause 4 (PS4, XBO): $45
  • Kingdom Hearts III (PS4, XBO): $55
  • NBA 2K19 (PS4, XBO): $35
  • Red Dead Redemption 2 (PS4, XBO): $55
  • Star Wars Battlefront II (PS4, XBO): $15
  • Spyro Reignited Trilogy (PS4, XBO): $35
  • The Lego Movie 2 Videogame (PS4, XBO): $35
  • Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 (PS4, XBO): $55

Check out the full list on their website to see if you can line yourself up with a bargain.


  • Oh come on, discount managers…. all I want is Nier: Automata for $20-25, and Detroit for about the same. Starting to think I missed that boat forever, after that one time that it happened.

        • Yea… Sony announced them and the internet as a whole went “That’s a bit shit, isn’t it?” To which Sony replied, Yea… can’t really argue with you there.” So they swapped in a couple of Quantic games.

          • So I assume The Internet still reckons it’s still a bit shit, but it’s MY KIND OF SHIT. 😀

          • I’d imagine it’s gone back to the status quo of anyone who owns the game thinking “Eh, that’s nice of them, pity I already own it”, those who were considering getting it at some point thinking “Ooh, neat”, and those who had no interest in it thinking “It’s a triple-A game, so shouldn’t complain too loudly.”

          • Or in my case “oh, it’s in the pile of shame, maybe if I install it I’ll play it…” 🙂

          • Installing is indeed required to play… but does not always lead to play. My hard drive and I know this very well.

          • You looking for a special on Detroit and then getting it few is equivalent to me almost buying Inside during the E3 sales on the Xbox! Love it when you hold off and end up winning!

    • Was going to update you with PS Plus having your back with Detroit, then I scrolled…

      As for Nier, good luck. I gave up and got it for $50 when I had the chance. That seemed about the best price I thought I’d see for it without waiting for next gen consoles to kill the prices.

      Its a trend I’ve seen more and more over the last few years. Games just arent dropping in cost like they used to. I put it down to the growth of digital storefronts over bricks and mortar, but thats a debate for another day.

        • OK I was just dogpiling you earlier for fun but this may actually be helpful…

          EB Games has Nier: Automata for $36. Not quite $25 but not a bad price.

          Also how dare you suggest I don’t play a game once it’s installed.

          I play it once. For 5 mins. :-p

  • FALLOUT 76 is $35 at TARGET.

    RARGH, you got my hopes up as I would accually pay $15 for this game on XBOX ONE/PC

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