GameStop is currently offering the PlayStation TV for a ridiculously cheap $40, matching an Amazon Lightning Deal from a few months ago that sold out in under 10 seconds.

The PlayStation TV was a questionable investment when it launched at $99, but Sony’s new reasonably-priced PlayStation Now subscription plans have made it a far more valuable addition to your gaming fleet. Just note that you’ll need a Vita memory card to store your games and content. [PlayStation TV, $40]

Red vs. Blue is a groundbreaking series in both machinima specifically and serialized web video in general, and the first 10 seasons are available in a commemorative Blu-ray packed with extras for just $64 today. [RVBX: Ten Years of Red vs. Blue Box Set, $64]

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The never-ending parade of excellent Xbox One deals continues with the Assassin’s Creed Bundle for $300, with no sales tax for most. That includes the excellent Assassin’s Creed IV Black Flag, and also Unity, which could get you like $5 on Craigslist. [Xbox One Assassin’s Creed Bundle, $300]

If you still haven’t tried out the console version of Diablo III, it’s only $30 today on PS4 and Xbox One, and $20 on previous generation platforms. [Diablo III: Ultimate Evil Edition $20-$30]

If you’re only an occasional PC gamer and don’t want to spend a ton of money on a mouse, this decently-reviewed model from Kingtop is only $9 right now, which is kind of insane. It won’t match the feature sets or quality of your five favorite mice, but for less than you’ll probably spend on lunch today, it’s not so bad. [Gaming Mouse Kingtop 5500 DPI Optical Mouse with 7 Button Side Control, $9 with code X5Q42ZJM]



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