Game Black Friday Deals


During game black friday, many video games get deep discounts, and if you’re looking to refresh your collection or buy a new console, this is the best time to do it. In addition to the discounts on games, hardware like headsets and SSDs also receive significant reductions.

This year, Nintendo has a special deal on the Switch console that bundles the system with Mario Kart Live and a three-month subscription to its online service. There are also several incredibly deep deals on Switch games that are worth checking out.

Gotham Knights

WB Games Montreal’s Gotham Knights is a new open world action game that stars Batgirl, Nightwing, Red Hood and Robin. Each hero has a unique arsenal of abilities, gear and weapons.

The gameplay is based on a third-person perspective. Players can patrol the dark streets of five distinct boroughs, interacting with characters and undertaking missions.

In addition to the single-player campaign, Gotham Knights features a co-op online mode that allows two players to play through the story together. There are also a variety of side missions and collectibles that can be unlocked as you progress through the main story.

Madden NFL 23

Madden NFL has long been one of the most popular sports games on the market. Its Franchise Mode and online vs modes have players grinding for years in search of the perfect team, but this year EA Tiburon has decided to take some small steps to revamp gameplay.

A big new feature is the Skill-Based Passing system that combines a targeting reticule and passing meter to give quarterbacks control over where the ball goes and the power behind it. It’s a great way to change up the passing game in a way that feels both challenging and rewarding.

NBA 2K23

The NBA 2K series is a go-to choice for sports gamers. It’s a great way to get into the action and it offers a wide range of modes.

This year’s game comes with a lot of new features and a love letter to Michael Jordan. But, it’s also weighed down by predatory microtransactions and cringeworthy product placements.

The franchise’s ‘MyTeam’ mode also gets some big improvements, including era-specific seasons and the removal of contracts that have been a pain point in previous iterations. Moreover, the addition of ‘Clutch Time’ means that players can earn those VC points that are so important for MyTeam without having to constantly mess in menus.

Splatoon 3

Splatoon 3 is a great game that combines a fun and challenging online multiplayer experience with a robust single-player campaign. It’s also packed with a range of other features, including a new card game inspired by Gwent from The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt.

Splatoon 3 offers a fun and exciting take on the shooter genre that’s unlike any other. Using paintball guns to spread ink, players can splat opponents and create puddles of ink that they can swim through.

Splatoon 3 takes the series to a new level, offering a vastly improved multiplayer suite, an incredibly polished and exciting single-player campaign and some quality-of-life upgrades. It’s the best entry in the series to date, and one of the finest titles on Switch.

Metroid Dread

Metroid is one of the most important franchises in Nintendo’s history. It’s long been absent from the home console scene, but Metroid Dread brings this beloved series back into the spotlight with some exciting new features and an oh-so-smooth experience.

With a whole host of new abilities to unlock and quality-of-life improvements, Samus’s movement in Dread is smoother than ever before. She can slide through small crevices like a dream, dodging enemies with a fluidity that rivals her Morph Ball technique in Super Metroid.

However, despite the new moves and physics, it’s not all smooth sailing. There are a few areas where the game forces you to navigate through certain doors that can be opened with specific powers, and they’re incredibly difficult to get right. This can be frustrating, and it adds to the challenge of a game that doesn’t give you an easy mode, but it also makes it a great deal more fun to explore.

Horizon Forbidden West

Horizon Forbidden West, the sequel to 2017’s Horizon Zero Dawn, takes Aloy on a new adventure six months after her defeat of Hades. With the planet’s biosphere in danger, she must travel into the unknown to restore the fabled Gaia system.

With a vast world on full display, Horizon Forbidden West takes advantage of the PlayStation 5’s superior hardware to show off its beautiful graphics at an epic scale. The game’s incredibly detailed environments are also accentuated by the PS5’s HDR support, and haptic feedback from DualSense wireless controllers further adds to the immersion in combat.

Despite some slight incoherence in its story and combat elements, Horizon Forbidden West is an impressive step-up from the first game. As a result, it’s recommended for anyone who enjoys open-world titles.

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