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Last Day For This Week's Xbox One Deals With Gold

Here's what's on sale this week.


Black Friday and Cyber Monday are in the past, but that doesn't mean video game deals have dried up. Microsoft today announced and launched the latest lineup of weekly Deals With Gold offers. And while the lineup is not as extensive or impressive as the Black Friday/Cyber Monday Xbox Live offers, there are still some solid deals to be had. [Update: It's Monday, meaning these deals are set to end soon. Today's your last chance to take advantage of any offers you want to take advantage of before the new round of Deals With Gold are introduced.]

On Xbox One, 2014's puzzle-platform game Never Alone (Kisima Ingitchuna) is marked down to $3/£2.40/$4 AU. With an arctic fox at your side, you play as a young girl from the Alaska native people, the Inupiat. You are on a perilous journey to find the source of an "eternal blizzard" that threatens her people. Almost 40 Inupiat people contributed to the development of the game, which is the first ever to be made with the Inupiat.

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The game's first expansion, Foxtales, is also on sale, marked down to $2/£1.60/$2.68 AU. Additionally, the Never Alone Arctic Collection, which contains the base game and the Foxtales expansion, is discounted this week to $3.60/£2.88/$4.83 AU. Other Xbox One games on sale this week include Mordheim: City of the Damned ($10/£7.50/$15 AU) and Earthlock: Festival of Magic ($7.50/£6/$10 AU).

Switching to Xbox 360, games like Conan, Frontlines: Fuel of War, MX vs. ATV Alive, and The Outfit are all marked down this week. Go to Major Nelson's blog to see a full and complete rundown of this week's Xbox One and Xbox 360 deals. All the deals are good through December 5, and some require an Xbox Live Gold membership.

In other news, you only have a few more days to pick up some of November's free Games With Gold titles on Xbox One and Xbox 360 before they return to their normal prices.

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