Black Friday Video Game Deals Guide

Posted: Nov 10 2010, 9:22am CST | by , Updated: Nov 25 2010, 2:39pm CST , in Black Friday 2019


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With the launch of Kinect for the Xbox 360 and the Sony Playstation Move the battle between the video console makers has heated up again this holiday season. This is great news for Black Friday shoppers as Microsoft, Sony and Nintendo will be offering exciting deals through their retail partners to increase their market share. The Kinect sensor already shows shortages two weeks after its launch. Kinect could become very hard to find getting closer to Christmas.

We already learned about two special Black Friday release bundles from Sony that provide exceptional value. The Sony PSP Holiday Pack containing PSP-3000, Little Big Planet game, Karate Kid UMD and 1GB Memory Stick will be on sale on Black Friday for under $130. Amazon is already taking pre-orders now at $169.99 (with pre-order price guarantee). On Black Friday a new Sony PS3 Holiday Bundle will also be released.

The Sony PS3 Holiday Bundle contains the new 160GB PS3 console, the Uncharted 2 Game, the Karate Kid Blu-ray movie and a download voucher for PixelJunk Shooter. The best price we have seen so far is $299.99.

It remains to be seen if Microsoft will also release special holiday Xbox 360 bundles or if we just see Gift Card deals.

Nintendo has updated their standard Wii Bundles (available in white, black and limited edition red) with new Wii Remote controls and has added a second game. Nintendo is releasing two new Nintendo DSi bundles in orange and green on Black Friday. You can pre-order the new Nintendo DSi Bundles on Amazon Now.
There is also a special edition Nintendo DSi XL bundle with Mario Kart DS on top of three pre-installed games for $179.99 available this holiday season.

Below we have listed the best Black Friday video game deals that are available now or are upcoming on Black Friday.

Black Friday Video Game Deals:

Xbox 360:

4GB Xbox 360 Kinect Bundle with 12-month Xbox Live $324.99

4GB Xbox 360 with 2 Controllers on Target $239.99

4GB Xbox 360 with free $50 Gift Card on Target $199.99 (Black Friday)

4GB Xbox 360 with COD: MW2 and Mass Effect 2 on Walmart $199.99 (Black Friday)

4GB Xbox 360 with Black Ops on Kmart $199.99 (Black Friday)

250GB Xbox 360 with free $50 Gift Card on ToysRUs $299.99 (Black Friday)

Sony PS3:

160GB Sony PS3 with free Controller $299.99

160GB Sony PS3 Holiday Bundle on Sears $299.99 (Black Friday)

160GB Sony PS3 with Uncharted 2, Medal of Honor, $10 VUDU on Walmart $299 (Black Friday)

Nintendo Wii:

Nintendo Wii on Amazon with $50 Game Credit (HOT!)

Nintendo Wii on Best Buy $169.99 (Black Friday)

Nintendo Wii at Walmart $199.99 + Free $50 Gift Card

Nintendo Wii at Meijer $199.99 + Free $50 Gift Card

Nintendo DS:

Nintend DSi on Target $119

Nintendo DS Lite on Walmart $89 (Black Friday)

Nintendo DSi Orange and Green Bundles on Amazon $149.99 +Free $25 Credit (Black Friday)

Nintendo DSI XL Special Editon Red on Amazon $179.99

Sony PSP:

Sony PSP Holiday Bundle on Amazon $130 (pre-order now, Release: Black Friday)

Sony PSP go on Best Buy $149.99 (Black Friday)

Disclaimer: The prices are subject to change and there are no guarantees that these prices are correct.

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