Wal-Mart has a PS4 Slim + Spider-Man deal for $200.
So now I own a PS4. I mostly just wanted one for streaming video (since most of the PS3 apps I used are starting to lose support...) but I'll probably play Spider-Man, maybe a few other games here and there.
There are a lot of games on my wish list on sale, but I'm going to skip most since I really don't need more games to play right now.
That being said, 2 games on my wish list are 50% off -- Steamworld Dig 2 and Axiom Verge. And while I'm not in the mood to play another Metroidvania at the moment, if I was going to buy one now to play later, which one would you guys recommend?
Edit: Or maybe I should finally buy Shovel Knight since it rarely goes on sale (though only 20% off) and I've been meaning to play it for several years now...
Hmm, I was just thinking this morning that I'd get Mario + Rabbids Gold Edition is it ever went on sale for super cheap (I only rented the game when it first came out, still wanna check out the DLC), but with Smash coming in two weeks I don't think I need it, I'll be busy with Thanksgiving and finals until then. If this sale had happened in October I'd be all over it!
15% isn't the biggest deal but it is TOUGH to find deals on cards nowadays and remember that 15% stacks with whatever other eShop deals are going on. Apparently there is no limit to how many you can buy at 15% off either. Though that MAY mean they will sell out super fast.
I have a Dollar General a few blocks away so I'm going to check it out and see if I have any luck. I know I want Smash Bros. digital and like a sucker I'll probably get all of the DLC too so it'd be nice to get 15% off on that. And whatever other purchases I make in the near future.
A bunch of their restaurant cards are 15% off as well if you need some cheap food.
Looks like Best Buy is still going to honor the price errors as the five games I had ordered at the error price have shipped out today. Now I just need to hope the postal service doesn't deliver to the wrong place like they tend to do around this time of year, and then I'll have scored these deals:
Valkyria Chronicles 4: $16 Mega Man X Collection Collection: $12 Overcooked! 2: $8 Mega Man Legacy Collection Collection: $4 Street Fighter 30th Anniversary: $4
@Zero It's a pretty decent puzzler originally made for mobile. Very relaxing with a nice ambient soundtrack. You basically pair together shapes of the same colour, which then go on to fill the screen until they hit a different colour, kind of like the paint bucket tool in Photoshop or Paint. The goal is to fill the screen with nothing but the same colour as the image's border colour, so you need to make sure you pair the different colours together in the right order. Here's an early puzzle: