In today’s best game/app deals, we have Star Fox Zero + Star Fox Guard on Nintendo Wii U for $36.82 with free Prime shipping or in orders over $49. That’s almost 40% below the original listing, the lowest Amazon has offered it for and the best we have tracked. “Players use the GamePad to control their Arwing spaceship and see the view from the cockpit, while the TV shows the overall context of the full battlefield.”
Next up, Amazon is offering WWE 2K16 on Xbox One and PS4 for $29.99 with free shipping for Prime members or in orders over $49. That’s 50% below the original listing, matching the Amazon all-time low and the best price we can find.
Other notable deals include The LEGO Movie Videogame from under $15 Prime shipped (Reg. $17+), Evolve on Xbox One for $9.99 Prime shipped (Reg. up to $20), and Guitar Hero Live from under $26 Prime shipped (Reg. $40+).
The Steam Summer Sale is live from now through July 4th. We are seeing a massive collection of titles on sale here including deals on BioShock, Outlast, FTL: Faster Than Light for under $3 and many, many more. Be sure to double check as some are only for PC and not Mac as well.
Here is the new Free App of the Week, Ticket to Ride hit its lowest price yet, don’t forget to celebrate Sonic the Hedgehog’s 25th Anniversary w/ free game downloads and Runtastic Bike GPS app went free this morning. Down below you’ll find today’s best iOS/Mac including Metro Last Light, Death Worm, Adventures of Mana, Secret of Mana, and more:
Ongoing game deals/promotions:
- Mirror’s Edge Catalyst at its all time low: $39.99 (Reg. $60)
- HORI 8 amiibo Figure Travel Case $7.20 Prime shipped (Orig. $25)
- Tom Clancy’s The Division for $40 (matched at Walmart, Reg. $50)
- Amazon Prime Pre-order deals 20% off: Dark Souls III, Uncharted 4, many more
- All of the best trailers, info, gameplay demos and more from E3 2016
These days there is a myriad of choices in the smart lighting category, highlighted by the Philips Hue products. Most of them offer some pretty interesting control, as far as color and smartphone functionality, but can also cost a pretty penny. In my search for something similar and more cost efficient, I came across these Vansky USB powered LED light strips for a fraction of the price.
Apple has now handpicked Give It Up! 2 as the App Store’s new Free App of the Week. The rhythm based platformer usually sells for $1 and has now gone free for the first time since its release back in October 2015. While fairly light on reviews, it is the sequel to the 4+ star rated (from nearly 2.500 gamers) original: Give It Up!.
Head below for more details and some gameplay footage: