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Best Deals At GameStop In The US This Week
You'll find a wide range of gaming deals this week.
GameStop always has deals going, and this week is no different. A handful of big franchises are on sale for substantial discounts. Some of the biggest price cuts are on 2K games. Specifically, you can get WWE 2K18 and NBA 2K18 for half off, or $30 each.
In his WWE 2K18 review, GameSpot's Richard Wakeling wasn't overly thrilled with the quality of the game, giving it a 5/10. He wrote: "WWE 2K18's in-ring combat is fundamentally flawed, and will be as divisive as it often is. Yet there's no denying the inherent joy derived from performing your favorite Superstar's signature moves." But with Wrestlemania 34 around the corner, you may want to try your hand at the Undertaker-John Cena match.
Our NBA 2K18 review was more favorable, with Seth Macy scoring it 8/10. He wrote, "This year's entry is incredible in so many ways, from graphics, to soundtrack, to the different modes and ways to play hoops. It becomes clear early on that the fastest and easiest way to progress is by spending real money, slightly marring an otherwise tremendous experience."
This week you can save on The Sims 4 and Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy, which currently cost $30 each. Also on sale are Madden NFL 18, NHL 18, UFC 3, and Call of Duty: WWII, all of which cost $40 instead of their usual $60.
GameStop is running a Lego game promotion for Powerup Rewards members this week. If you buy a select new Lego game (Lego City Undercover, Lego Worlds, Lego Marvel Superheroes 2, or Lego Ninjago Movie Video Game), you get $10 off the purchase of your next Lego game.
If you're looking to leave the real world, GameStop has PlayStation VR and Vive headsets at their new permanent prices, which are $100 less than they used to be (not a GameStop-exclusive deal). PlayStation VR The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Bundle now costs $350 and comes with the camera and two Move controllers. If you already have a PS4 camera, you could get the basic PSVR headset package for $200. PC owners may be interested in a Vive headset, which is now available for $500.
In pre-owned game news, if you find four used games you want for under $5 each, you can scoop them all up for $10. And don't forget you can still save big on Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus Collector's Edition ($35 instead of $100). And if you're looking to upgrade your Xbox One or PS4, you'll get bonus trade-in value for your consoles through April 15.
See the full lineup of gaming deals at GameStop's website.
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