No PS4? No Problem: PS3 500GB Console Bundle for $300, Save $15 on GTA V


Happy PS4 launch day, console gamers! Of course, if you're like most of us, then you probably won't have your hands on a shiny new next-gen system until December or later. Today we'll make your wait seem a little less dire with five video game deals you can purchase now. Pick up a previous generation PS3 console bundle for $300, save $15 on GTA V, or buy two games and get a third free.

  1. PS3 GTA bundleSony PlayStation 3 500GB Console Grand Theft Auto V Bundle with a $50 Dell eGift Card
    Store: Dell Home
    Price: $299.99 with free shipping
    Lowest By: $67

    Is It Worth It?: If you're the sort of deal-conscious gamer that only buys previous-generation consoles, then you'll be super excited to upgrade your old PS2 to a PS3. (Also, congrats on being so very patient!) This bundle includes the PlayStation 3 500GB console, copies of Grand Theft Auto V and NBA 2K14, a Sony DualShock 3 Wireless Controller, and a PlayStation Plus 30-Day Membership. Assuming you'll use the $50 Dell gift card that comes with it, this bundle is $67 savings.

  2. GTA VGrand Theft Auto V for PlayStation 3 or Xbox 360
    Store: TigerDirect
    Price: $39.99 via $20 mail-in rebate with free shipping
    Lowest By: $15
    Expires: November 16

    Is It Worth It?: Do you already have a console, but still want to check out the game that IGN calls "an intelligent, wickedly comic, and bitingly relevant commentary on contemporary, post-economic crisis America?" Then check out this Editors' Choice deal on Grand Theft Auto V for the PS3 or Xbox 360. When you redeem the $20 mail-in rebate, it comes at a $15 savings and the best price we've seen on any platform.

  3. Fatal Frame PS3Fatal Frame for PlayStation 3 Downloads
    Store: PlayStation Network
    Price: $3.99
    Lowest By: $17

    Is It Worth It?: Is survival horror more your speed? Download the cult classic Fatal Frame for PS3 and you'll assume the role of Miku. She's searching for her brother in a haunted mansion, her only weapon a magical camera that destroys ghosts — if you can shoot them in time. At $4, this spine-tingling Editors' Choice deal is $17 under the price of a physical copy.

    If you survive the first installment, you can also download Fatal Frame II: Crimson Butterfly for PlayStation 3 for $3.99, which is a $6 price low. If you survive.

  4. Wii U 007007 Legends for Nintendo Wii U
    Store: Amazon
    Price: $16.13 with free shipping via Prime
    Lowest By: $44

    Is It Worth It?: Wii U owners, we didn't forget you! (There's a pun in there somewhere.) Make all of your spy fantasies come to life with 007 Legends, an ambitious video game tribute to the one and only James Bond. This Editors' Choice game boasts a multiplayer mode that makes the title "a must have for any 007 fan's collection" according to Gaming Nexus. You'll save the world and $44.

  5. Assassin's Creed IVBuy 2 Video Games, Get 1 Free
    Store: Target
    Price: Free with free shipping
    Expires: November 16

    Is It Worth It?: Whether your platform of choice is a PS3, an Xbox 360, a Wii U, or something handheld, we've got the video game sale for you. At Target, when you buy two select games, you'll get a third game for free. It's tied as the best video game sale we've seen from Target all year, so you can be guilt-free as you fill out your collection with titles like Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag, Call of Duty: Ghosts, and Batman: Arkham Origins. Better yet, most titles qualify for free shipping.

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