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[video game]These 4th of July video game sales will red, white and blow you away — prices start as low as $6!

Time:2021-10-06 02:08:12


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  During this, the most American of weekends, let’s turn our attention to another great national pastime: gaming. It’s no wonder we’re such big fans. It’s a great escape: Immersing yourself in another world lets you take a break from this one, even when the sun’s out and the temperature’s up (sometimes especially then).

  Lucky for you, there’s never been a better time to load up on some new games. If you’re a committed player, chances are you’re ready for some fresh challenges. And if you’re new to it, well, now is the perfect time to give it a try. We’ve rounded up the best gaming sales from retailers across the web, including Amazon, Walmart, GameStop and more. Whether you have an Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Nintendo Switch or PC, this holiday weekend is the best time to save!

  We sorted through the options to round up the best ways to play. Shop these next-level 4th of July gaming sales below:

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  We found Watch Dogs: Legion for Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S on sale for $35 (was $60). Yes, for 4th of July weekend, you can score the third installment of this wildly popular video game series for over 40 percent off.

  This action/adventure game from Ubisoft takes place in a near future where London is on the verge of collapse. An all-seeing surveillance state and private military are in control, while the fate of the city is in the hands of DedSec, a hacker group that wants to fight back for freedom. It’s as fun as it sounds.

  ”Watch Dogs: Legion is so far the best Watch Dogs game in the entire franchise and it’s only the third game so far,” raved a delighted gamer and five-star reviewer. “I like how you can switch to play anyone else at any point, even though I am the kind of gamer that sticks with one person the entire game. I like how there is no battery or botnet limit this time and instead, they were replaced with the hacking having a time limit for certain things…”

  This is a digital download, so you’ll get to play instantly. No waiting for the delivery person with this baby!

  Madden NFL 21: Next Level Edition, $39 (was $70), amazon.com

  The Falconeer: Day One Edition, $23 (was $40), amazon.com

  Gods & Monsters, $25 (was $60), amazon.com

  NBA 2K21: Mamba Forever Edition, $70 (was $100), amazon.com

  Gears Tactics, $20 (was $60), amazon.com

  PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, $6 (was $20), amazon.com

  SoulCalibur VI, $12 (was $17), amazon.com

  The Sims 4, $5 (was $50), cdkeys.com

  Madden NFL 21, $20 (was $60), walmart.com

  Fallout 4: Game of the Year Edition, $16 (was $40), gamestop.com

  Resident Evil 2, $20 (was $30), gamestop.com

  Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege, $13 (was $35), cdkeys.com

  Minecraft, $10 (was $30), cdkeys.com

  Marvel’s Avengers, $25 (was $40), amazon.com

  EA Sports UFC 4, $30 (was $60), amazon.com

  Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus, $16 (was $40), amazon.com

  Resident Evil 2, $20 (was $60), amazon.com

  Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, $30 (was $60), walmart.com

  Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare, $10 (was $15), amazon.com

  Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six: Siege, $10 (was $20), gamestop.com

  Marvel's Avengers: the video game. Because, really, how many more times are you going to watch Black Widow? (Photo: Walmart)Marvel's Avengers: the video game. Because, really, how many more times are you going to watch Black Widow? (Photo: Walmart)Marvel’s Avengers: the video game. Because, really, how many more times are you going to watch Black Widow? (Photo: Walmart)

  Well, this band of heroes needs no introduction. Marvel’s Avengers for PlayStation 4 — on sale for just $25 at Walmart, down from $60 — finds “Earth’s Mightiest Heroes” in San Francisco getting together to solve the mystery of a catastrophic accident. (No spoilers here.)

  The city unwittingly blames the superheroes for the disaster and the team breaks up, only to re-assemble five years later when a young up-and-coming Avenger named Kamala Khan is on the verge of unmasking the real villain. Sounds enticing, we know. Play as Captain America, Iron Man, the Hulk, Black Widow, Thor and Ms. Marvel unite to save the world!

  PlayStation Plus Membership (12 months), $38 (was $60), cdkeys.com

  Playstation Plus Membership (three months), $20 (was $28), cdkeys.com

  Outriders Day One Edition, $44 (was $60), amazon.com

  Immortals Fenyx Rising, $25 (was $60), amazon.com

  Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla, $30 (was $60), amazon.com

  Godfall, $40 (was $70), amazon.com

  Snowrunner, $31 (was $40), amazon.com

  Predator: Hunting Grounds, $23 (was $40), amazon.com

  Need For Speed: Heat, $20 (was $29), target.com

  Marvel’s Spider-Man: Game of The Year Edition, $29 (was $40), amazon.com

  The Pillars of The Earth, $29 (was $45), walmart.com

  Crash Team Racing: Nitro Fueled, $34 (was $40), walmart.com

  Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot, $20 (was $30), gamestop.com

  The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Special Edition, $20 (was $40), gamestop.com

  Super Street The Game, $11 (was $30), amazon.com

  Madden NFL 21: MVP Edition, $29 (was $100), amazon.com

  Fallout 4, $14 (was $30), amazon.com

  Grand Theft Auto V: Premium Edition, $20 (was $60), walmart.com

  Gran Turismo: Sport Hits, $16 (was $20), amazon.com

  Paw Patrol: On A Roll, $19 (was $30), amazon.com

  Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Breakpoint, $13 (was $30), gamestop.com

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  What’s more pulse-quickening than a mayhem-fueled thrill ride? A mayhem-fueled thrill ride at 60 percent off! In Borderlands Legendary Collection for Nintendo Switch, you’re tasked with stopping the Calypso twins from getting all the bandit clans together and claiming ultimate power in the galaxy. Travel through new worlds and collect a whole arsenal of gadgets along the way.

  This is the Legacy Edition, which includes all three games, DLC (downloadable content) packs with new missions and stories, and more loot and power-ups.

  Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020, $40 (was $60), amazon.com

  Carnival Games, $15 (was $40), amazon.com

  Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, $50 (was $60), walmart.com

  Spyro Reignited Trilogy, $34 (was $40), walmart.com

  Plants vs. Zombies: Battle for Neighborville, $25 (was $40), target.com

  Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit, $20 (was $40), target.com

  Sid Meier’s Civilization VI, $15 (was $60), amazon.com

  Untitled Goose Game, $20 (was $35), gamestop.com

  Oddworld: Stranger’s Wrath, $12 (was $20), gamestop.com

  Just Dance 2021, $30 (was $50), amazon.com

  BioShock: The Collection, $19 (was $50), amazon.com

  Burnout: Paradise, $20 (was $30), target.com

  The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, $48 (was $60), amazon.com

  Cooking Mama, $34 (was $40), walmart.com

  Team Sonic Racing, $26 (was $40), walmart.com

  Super Mario Party, $50 (was $60), amazon.com

  Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle, $20 (was $60), amazon.com

  Mortal Kombat 11, $20 (was $25), gamestop.com

  Eek! The best, most  high-performance wireless mouse you can buy.  (Photo: Amazon)Eek! The best, most  high-performance wireless mouse you can buy.  (Photo: Amazon)Eek! The best, most high-performance wireless mouse you can buy. (Photo: Amazon)

  If you’re on a mission to up your gaming experience, don’t forget to get yourself some state-of-the-art hardware too. On sale for $49 (was $100), this Razer Mamba Wireless Gaming Mouse (an Amazon’s Choice item) 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 — there’s virtually no lag or latency that would ruin gameplay.

  The mouse will deliver up to 50 hours of use per charge, which is more than enough time to complete just about any Final Fantasy adventure 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!”

  Sid Meier’s Civilization VI (PC), $19 (was $60), amazon.com

  Razer DeathAdder Essential Gaming Mouse, $25 (was $50), amazon.com

  Razer Basilisk v2 Wired Gaming Mouse, $50 (was $80), amazon.com

  Razer Hammerhead True Wireless Bluetooth Gaming Earbuds, $54 (was $100), amazon.com

  Razer Kraken Gaming Headset, $60 (was $80), target.com

  RocCat Kain 200 Aimo Wireless PC Gaming Mouse, $80 (was $100), target.com

  Hallolure PC Gaming Keyboard, $22 (was $34), walmart.com

  Cosmonic RGB Gaming Mouse Mat Pad, $25 (was $30), walmart.com

  Beexcellent Gaming Headset with Noise Canceling mic, $15 with on-page coupon (was $20), amazon.com

  SteelSeries Arctis 7 61505 Wireless Headset, $90 (was $180), eBay.com

  HyperX Cloud II Gaming Headset, $60 (was $100), eBay.com

  HyperX Cloud Flight — Wireless Gaming Headset, $114 (was $140), amazon.com

  Grand Theft Auto V, $30 (was $40), walmart.com

  The Sims 4: City Living, $20 (was $50), walmart.com

  Logitech 941-000121 G920 Dual-Motor Feedback Driving Force Racing Wheel, $236 (was $400), amazon.com

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