bundles Stories January 5, 2016

Microsoft unveils new Xbox One Bundles w/ Tom Clancy Rainbow Six Siege and pick your own game options

Update (1/15 10:30am): Amazon has now launched pre-orders for the Tom Clancy 1TB console deal. Additionally, the standalone game is available for pre-order for $47.99 (Reg. $60) as a part of Amazon’s Prime discount program on select times.

Microsoft is announcing a couple of new Xbox One bundles for the new year that offer greater flexibility in what games come with a new console. First up is the Tom Clancy Rainbow Six Siege 1TB Bundle that includes a copy of the new game plus digital downloads of Six Vegas and Vegas 2. The last two coming way of backwards compatibility. Microsoft has priced the Tom Clancy bundle at $399 with availability beginning today.

Next, Microsoft has a new 500GB Name Your Game Bundle that allows shoppers to choose one of four titles as a digital download. Those options include Forza Motorsport 6, Rise of the Tomb Raider, Gears of War: Ultimate Edition and Rare Replay. To maximize your value, you’ll want to choose Forza or Tomb Raider as the other two games typically go for around $25 or less. The Name Your Game Bundle will carry a $349 price tag and is slated to be available on January 12.

As usual, you’ll find all the best deals across every platform in our daily gaming roundups. And don’t miss out on January’s Games with Gold freebies from Microsoft.

Source: Major Nelson

bundles Stories July 15, 2015

If you want to start a career in web development, or just build your own custom website, the Pay What You Want Web Hacker Bundle  valued at $1,043 (currently <$5) is a good place to start.

The deal amounts to seven courses which provide a comprehensive introduction to both front-end and back-end development. On the design side, you learn how to produce responsive sites efficiently with the Bootstrap framework, by taking on ten projects. The courses on Javascript/jQuery and PHP/MySQL take a similar format, and in each case, you are shown neat ways to add dynamic content to your sites. In terms of higher level programming, the bundle includes tracks on Python/Django and Ruby on Rails, both of which are capable of supporting major platforms. You can also learn about deploying apps with Docker, and the data-management capabilities of Apache.

  • Learn Docker from Scratch ($99)
  • Learn Apache Cassandra from Scratch ($99)
  • Learn Web Programming in Django and Python ($149)
  • Learn Bootstrap Development by Building 10 Projects ($199)
  • Projects in JavaScript and JQuery ($149)
  • Projects in PHP and MySQL ($199)
  • Learn Ruby on Rails by Building Projects ($149)

You can pay whatever you like for the first two courses; beat the average price paid to unlock the full bundle – add it to your cart now.

bundles Stories June 19, 2015

Microsoft is going full force following a big week at E3 2015 in Los Angeles. Beginning on Sunday, gamers will receive any Xbox One title valued at $59.99 or less with the purchase of a new console. This is big news for gamers looking to buy a Xbox One after a convincing showing at E3, head below for full details. expand full story

bundles Stories June 2, 2015

E3 2015, the biggest event in the gaming world, is just around the corner now. The event is generally rife with new game debuts, hardware upgrades and even price drops. While major publishers and gaming companies try their best to keep the wraps on the biggest announcements (The Last Guardian???), some early hardware details from Microsoft and Sony have started to leak out: expand full story

bundles Stories April 17, 2015

With mounting pressure from online television streaming services such as Netflix and Sling TV, today Verizon Wireless announced a new option for FiOS subscribers. The telecommunications company will now offer a “skinny” bundle with additional add-on packages that can be interchanged regularly depending on the needs of the customer.

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bundles Stories October 18, 2013

Update: It looks as though GameStop has made some slight revisions since its Black Friday flyer originally leaked. Most notably, Battlefield 4 will be available for $25, when the store opens at 12:01 am Nov 29.

It looks as though the November deal season is coming a little early this year. GameStop’s Black Friday deals have leaked and look to be bringing some deep discounts on games, console bundles and accessories.

All 12 pages of GameStop’s Black Friday flyer have leaked with sales beginning November 29 at midnight. Some of the highlights include Battlefield 4 for $30 $25, Assassin’s Creed IV for $40 and Call of Duty: Ghosts for $10 off. We’ll also see titles like Red Dead Redemption, Borderlands 2, and Skyrim, along with 2013 game of the year contender Bioshock Infinite at 50% off.

You’ll also be able to pick up Dishonored GOTY edition and Splinter Cell Blacklist on Xbox 360 and PS3 for $25 each. Even though Watch Dogs and Drive Club are mentioned in the listings, the flyer is likely subject to change as both titles were officially delayed until next year. While GameStop has officially confirmed the leak, there is a possibility these deals could change before the end of November.

As far as console bundles go, there’s a 250GB PS3 bundled with The Last of Us and Batman: Arkham Origins, along with a 250GB Xbox 360 that comes with Halo 4 and Tomb Raider, both priced at $200. That’s anywhere from $30 to $70 off compared to similar bundles.

Be sure to keep an eye on 9to5Toys through November, as we will be covering the best deals in gaming and tech all month long. You can take a quick look at some of the leaked GameStop flyer below.

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