Check Out The Best Black Friday Game Deals On The Playstation, Xbox And Nintendo Digital Stores

Don’t feel like shivering in an endless line outside Best Buy or braving the horrors of the mall this Black Friday? Do you not even feel like turning on your computer and trying to keep track of flash sales on Amazon? Well, don’t worry, you can still grab some great deals on video games without leaving the couch, as Sony, Microsoft and Nintendo are all running Black Friday sales in their respective digital stores. Just start up your console of choice, open the Playstation Store, Xbox Games Store or Nintendo eShop and start saving. Here’s are some of the best Black Friday digital deals available…

Playstation Store

Sony is offering Assassin’s Creed Syndicate for $35.99, Batman: Arkham Knight for $37.49, the collector’s edition of Destiny: The Taken King for only $39.59 and The Witcher III for a mere 25 bucks. Here’s the full list of deals being offered by Sony.

Oh, and Sony is also offering an additional 10% off coupon code. This coupon will apply to anything in a single basket. The coupon expires on December 1st.

Xbox Games Store

Some of the best Microsoft deals include Wolfenstein: The New Order + The Old Blood for $17.49, Dishonored: Definitive Edition for 14.99, Thief for a mere 5 bucks and Evolve for half price. You can check out all the deals here. You also get an additional 10% off all sale prices if you’re an Xbox Live member.

Nintendo eShop

Nintendo’s getting in on the price-cutting, too. Deals include Pikmin 3 for $38.99, Donkey Kong: Tropical Freeze for $34.99 and Luigi’s Mansion: Dark Moon and Fire Emblem: Awakening for $27.99. You can check out all the Wii U and 3DS sales here.

All these deals all good until Monday, November 30th, so act fast while supplies last. Well, okay, these are digital games so supply isn’t really an issue, but you catch my drift. Found any particularly good online video game sales you think people should know about? Need somewhere to discuss the mind-boggling array of deals on Steam? Feel free to share and discuss in the comments.