Thebesplayers : Gaming Deals: $170 PS Vita Borderlands Bundle, 10% Off Games and Systems

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Today’s best deal is the –less than the system alone normally costs.

Also from Newegg on eBay is the .

Target Cartwheel (the company’s mobile coupon app) is , a discount that applies to both video games and video game systems.

. If you’d prefer to buy from . And .

Best Buy is offering an Xbox One controller for . The store will also when you buy any Xbox 360 or Xbox One.

Below you’ll find the rest of today’s best deals divided by platform:

PlayStation 4

Walmart has the .

Staples is offering that same .

The sixth week of Sony’s Spring Fever event has begun, and it’s focused on Dragon Age games and DLC. PlayStation Plus members can get and for $10 each, as well as for $36. You can find the .

Other PS4 game deals:

  • — $40 (Amazon)
  • — $50 (Amazon)
  • — $20 (GameStop)
  • — $38 (Amazon)
  • — $41 (Amazon)
  • — $49 (Amazon)
  • — $38.45 (Amazon)
  • — $30 (Amazon)
  • — $20 (Amazon)
  • — $51.54 (Amazon)
  • — $40 (Amazon)
  • — $46.48 (Amazon)
  • — $50 (GameStop)
  • — $40 (Amazon)
  • — $40 (Best Buy)
  • — $28.46 (Amazon)
  • — $30 (Amazon)
  • — $36.70 (Amazon)
  • — $38 (Amazon)
  • — $35 (Amazon)
  • — $20 (Best Buy)
  • — $30.77 (Amazon)
  • — $18 (Amazon)
  • — $30 (Amazon)
  • — $26 (Amazon)
  • — $24.11 (Amazon)
  • — $27.85 (Amazon)
  • — $24 (Amazon)
  • — $20 (Amazon)
  • — $20 (Best Buy)
  • — $18.95 (Amazon)
  • — $30 (Best Buy)
  • — $15 (Amazon)
  • — $19.50 (Amazon)
  • — $25 (Best Buy)
  • — $40 (Best Buy)
  • — $39 (Amazon)
  • — $30 (Amazon)
  • — $35 (Amazon)
  • — $15 (Amazon)
  • — $28.73 (Amazon)
  • — $41 (Amazon)
  • — $16.68 (Amazon)

include , , and , and are available now.

Xbox One

GameStop has launched a new offer where you canwhen you trade in a select PS3 or Xbox 360.

Walmart has the for $389.

Best Buy is offering a .

Get .

through today, April 10.

Microsoft has two sales running simultaneously: its and the . Between the two, you can get for $48, ‘s season pass for $10, ‘s season pass for $15, and much more. The Spring Sale has also , bringing down to $11.55 and to $30.

Other Xbox One game deals:

  • — $40 (Amazon)
  • — $50 (Amazon)
  • — $37 (Amazon)
  • — $37.67 (Amazon)
  • — $29.59 (Amazon)
  • — $39 (Amazon)
  • — $15 (eBay)
  • — $20 (Amazon)
  • — $38.96 (Amazon)
  • — $36.80 (Amazon)
  • — $47.82 (Amazon)
  • — $50 (GameStop)
  • — $39.29 (Amazon)
  • — $40 (Best Buy)
  • — $30 (Groupon)
  • — $35 (Amazon)
  • — $38.52 (Amazon)
  • — $40 (GameStop)
  • — $39.60 (Amazon)
  • — $40 (GameStop)
  • — $18 (Microsoft Store)
  • — $40 (Amazon)
  • — $54 (Best Buy)
  • — $30 (Amazon)
  • — $36.87 (Amazon)
  • — $19.59 (Amazon)
  • — $35 (Amazon)
  • — $20 (Best Buy)
  • — $39.64 (Amazon)
  • — $25.87 (Amazon)
  • — $20 (Amazon)
  • — $20 (Best Buy)
  • — $25 (Amazon)
  • — $20 (Amazon)
  • — $25 (Best Buy)
  • — $40 (Best Buy)
  • — $30 (Best Buy)
  • — $15 (Amazon)
  • — $30 (Amazon)
  • — $42.50 (Amazon)
  • — $19.90 (Amazon)
  • — $25 (Amazon)
  • — $44 (Amazon)

The are available now and include on Xbox One and on Xbox 360. 360 owners will be getting twice as many games as usual this month, with a .

PC

, and offers select games (including ) at any price. Pay $10 or more, and you’ll get several more games, including , , and .

There’s also a new featuring digital versions of tabletop games like and . However, if you spend $32 more, you’ll get a physical Humble Tabletop Box that consists of playing cards, dice, and more.

Rockstar games are featured in a Humble Store sale, bringing , the , , and more.

Blizzard’s online store is offering , and the .

Green Man Gaming is currently offering discounts on orders for some of the year’s biggest releases. You can get for $46.79, for $43.79, for $50, for $11.24, for $46.79, or for $30. You can find all the discounts in Green Man Gaming’s , for which you can sign up for free.

You can get 22 percent off at with the code: SAVE22-OVERHO-LIDAYS

The original is .

Other PC game deals:

  • — $40 (Amazon)
  • — $10 (Steam)
  • — $81 (Steam)
  • — $5 (Steam)
  • — $5 (Steam)
  • — $3.39 (Steam)
  • — $10 (Steam)
  • — $3.74 (Steam)
  • — $3.74 (Steam)
  • — $34.53 (Amazon)
  • — $41.55 (Amazon)
  • — $40 (Best Buy)
  • — $30 (Amazon)
  • — $50 (GameStop)
  • — $15 (Amazon)
  • — $0.89 (Steam)
  • — $1.87 (Steam)
  • — $2.49 (Steam)
  • — $1.74 (Steam)
  • — $2.49 (Steam)
  • — $3.74 (Steam)
  • — $8.74 (Steam)
  • — $30 (Amazon)
  • — $20 (Best Buy)
  • — $40 (Amazon)
  • — $40 (Amazon)
  • — $20 (Amazon)
  • — $16 (Amazon)
  • — $20 (Amazon)

Wii U

Nintendo has kicked off the , discounting a variety of eShop games: is $28, is $42, is $5.59, and more.

If you don’t mind a refurbished system, Nintendo’s online store has a , or .

  • — $44.96 (Walmart)
  • — $48 (Amazon)
  • — $25 (Best Buy)
  • — $20 (Best Buy)
  • — $13.93 (Amazon)

3DS

Nintendo’s also includes 3DS games: is $21, is $24.49, is $24.49, and more.

Walmart is . Alternatively, the retailer has a . Eligible games include , , and quite a few more.

Get .

  • — $30 (Newegg)
  • — $33.59 (Amazon)
  • — $30 (Newegg)
  • — $32.93 (Amazon)
  • — $25 (Amazon)
  • — $25 (Amazon)
  • — $25 (Amazon)
  • — $33.49 (Amazon)
  • — $12 (Best Buy)
  • — $15.32 (Amazon)
  • — $10 (Best Buy)
  • — $10 (Amazon)
  • — $15 (Best Buy)
  • — $20 (Amazon)
  • — $20 (GameStop)

PS Vita

Amazon is selling the .

  • — $20 (Best Buy)
  • — $5 (Best Buy)
  • — $10 (Amazon)
  • — $10 (Best Buy)
  • — $35.82 (Amazon)
  • — $67.49 (Amazon)

Hardware

  • — $23.70 (Amazon)
  • — $25 (Best Buy)
  • — $41 (Newegg)
  • — $101 (Amazon)
  • — $126 (Amazon)
  • — $121.23 (Amazon)
  • — $40 (Amazon)
  • — $30.49 (Amazon)
  • — $50.39 (Amazon)
  • — $50 (Amazon)
  • — $33.28 (Amazon)
  • — $75 (Microsoft Store)
  • — $200 (Best Buy)
  • — $140 (Best Buy)
  • — $70 (Amazon)
  • — $50 (Amazon)
  • — $60 (Amazon)
  • — $1,700 (Amazon)
  • — $45.62 (Amazon)
  • — $50 (Best Buy)
  • — $100 (Amazon)
  • — $200 (Amazon)
  • — $40 (Amazon)
  • — $59 (Amazon)
  • — $69.49 (Amazon)

Amazon prices are accurate as of publishing, but can fluctuate occasionally throughout the day.

GameSpot’s gaming deals posts always highlight the best deals we can find regardless of retailer. We also occasionally use retailer affiliate links, which means that purchasing goods through those links helps support all the great content (including the deals posts) you find for free here on the site.

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