Today's Best Gaming Deals: Devil May Cry, GMG Summer Sale, and More

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If you missed out on the excellent DMC: Devil May Cry on the previous generation of consoles, the updated Definitive Edition is down to $30 today on PS4 and Xbox One. [DMC Devil May Cry: Definitive Edition, $30]

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If you missed anything you wanted from the Green Man Gaming Summer Sale, dozens of the best deals are getting a limited time encore to close out the sale. Plus, take an extra 20% off with code ENCORE-ENCORE-ENCORE. [Green Man Gaming Encore Sale]

Today only, Amazon’s blowing out a ton of popular Logitech computing gear as part of a Gold Box promotion. Everything you see is at or near its all-time low price, but the prices will expire at midnight PT, and a lot of the most popular gear will likely sell out early.

My favorites include the $55 MINI BOOM, which is the little brother of Gizmodo’s favorite Bluetooth speaker, The MX800 combo, which includes the insanely popular Performance Mouse MX and K800 keyboard for just $105, and the 5.1 channel Z906 speaker system. The full list though is below, so be sure to grab your favorites before they’re gone. [Amazon]

We see a lot of really good Xbox One bundle deals, but this is one of the best pure cash discounts we’ve seen to date. [Xbox One Halo Master Chief Collection Bundle, $300]

Dying Light is the game we all wanted Dead Island to be, and you can get it for $30 on Best Buy today, an all-time low.

The 38” model of one of your favorite sound bars is only $150 shipped today from eBay, if you don’t mind a refurb. We’ve seen this deal a few times in recent weeks, but if you haven’t taken advantage yet, I really can’t speak highly enough of it.

While the “bar” itself is great, what really makes this system special is its wireless subwoofer and satellite speakers, giving you true 5.1 surround sound at an incredibly cheap price, and with no A/V receiver required. Basically, the subwoofer sits in the back of your viewing room, and the rear satellite speakers hook into that, rather than a receiver below your TV. So the setup isn’t entirely wireless, but it does eliminate the need to run a wire from your TV to the back of the room, which is usually more than half the battle. I purchased this exact system a couple months ago, and I can’t believe how great it sounds, or how easy it was to set up.

The VIZIO 3851w normally sells for $200 refurbished, or over $230 new, and has great reviews no matter where you look. [Refurb Vizio 3851w-D4 5.1 Sound Bar with Wireless Subwoofer, $150]



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