Today’s Best Game Deals: Final Fantasy VII $8, BioShock Collection $15, more

In today’s best game deals, with the release of the upcoming Final Fantasy VII remake scheduled for April 10th, now’s a great time to relive the original. Fortunately, as part of massive ongoing digital sales, the original port for Nintendo Switch and Xbox One is currently on sale. Final Fantasy VII is regularly $16 but can now be downloaded for $7.99 on both the Nintendo eShop and the Xbox digital marketplace. This is the iconic JRPG you know and love with some slight enhancements like “3x speed mode” and the “ability to turn battle encounters off.” But remember, you can play the remake demo for free on PS4 right now, although the orignal is up at full price on PSN. Down below you’ll find the rest of today’s best game deals including Octopath Traveler, BioShock: The Collection, DOOM, Borderlands 3 Deluxe Edition, and many more. That’s all on top of quick links to all the major digital game sales live right now for PS4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch to keep us all busy during self-isolation. 

(Update 3/20 4:45pm): The highly-anticipated Animal Crossing: New Horizons for Nintendo Switch released today at $60 everywhere. But we are already seeing it down at $50.99 shipped from a pair of trusted eBay seller right here and here. While reports suggests some Walmart brick and mortar locations will sell it to you in-store for $40, you might want to call ahead of time or just avoid that entirely in the name of social distancing. Here’s everything you need to know about Animal Crossing: New Horizons.

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