The Ongoing Buy One, Get One Sale of GameStop Includes a Handful of Great Games

The ongoing buy one, get one sale of GameStop includes a handful of great games. Additionally, there is still some time for you to save on the colorful bias lighting of Govee, a MagSafe-ready battery pack, and lastly, the steam deck.

Buy One Get One Sale GameStop

Buy One Get One Sale GameStop

most times it feels as though we get to encounter a buy two, get one sale every other month or so, whether it that is on video games, keycap sets, or other pieces of tech.  The latest promo of GameStop allows you to get two for the price of one, however, thus letting you to pick up an assortment of Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 5, and even Xbox games at a really steep discount but for a limited time.

The List of Available Titles in the Sale

The full list of available titles as you should know is pretty staggering, with many of the best BOGO deals in question being on Switch titles like The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword HD, the ever-moody Metroid Dread, and lastly, Live A Live, the last of which is really just a playable short story collection that is masquerading as an old-school RPG. That being said, you should know that the current promo also applies to next-gen standouts such as the fantasy epic Elden Ring as well as the deluxe edition of Street Fighter 6, a newer fighting game that is really worth it for the terrific campaign alone.

It is however very much important to note that the usual disclaimers also apply here. The ongoing promo in question doesn’t extend to preowned titles, for example, and the second title in question needs to be of equal or lesser value in order for you to get it for free. And still, even with the caveats, there are many titles that are worth considering.

Valve Selling Certifies Refurbished Steam Decks

It is now official as Valve is currently selling “certified refurbished” Steam Decks kicking things off at $319. Valve has stated that the refurb models are “fully tested at Valve facilities” and they come with the very same one-year warranty just as a new Deck, thus making now a really good time to get your hands on the handheld gaming PC if it is that you don’t mind picking up a used model. Each unit in question has received a complete factory reset as well as a software update as part of the whole refurb process, alongside extensive testing in a bid to ensure everything is functioning just as it should.

Sadly, the 64GB base configuration is sold out at the moment, but you can however still get the Switch-like handheld with 256GB of storage for $419 ($110 off) or the one with 512GB of storage as well as an anti-glare screen for $519 ($130 off).

It’s very much relatively easy to upgrade any of the models that are with a larger SSD, too, so which model you get to go with ultimately depends on just how much storage you want out of the gate. All of them as you should know will be able to utilize the impressive levels of customization of the Deck alongside an ever-expanding roster of compatible PC titles.



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