Today's Best Gaming Deals: Thrones Monopoly, $10 Final Fantasy, & More

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The new Game of Thrones Collector’s Edition Monopoly only went on sale on Amazon a few weeks ago, but it’s already gotten a nearly 25% discount off its $60 initial price. I call playing as the White Walker. [Game of Thrones Monopoly, $46]

Update: Price has gone up to $50


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If you haven’t tried out Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn, it’s only $10 today on PS4, PS3, and PC. If you need any prodding, check out Kotaku’s review. [Final Fantasy XIV: A REALM REBORN, $10]


Humble’s latest bundle brings back eight of the most popular indie games they’ve ever featured, including Super Meat Boy, Limbo, Braid, Risk of Rain, and more. As always, you name your own price, a portion of the proceeds go to charity, and some games are locked behind a paywall. But you already knew all of that, so dig in! [Humble]


In case you missed it earlier, Microsoft just announced a slightly revamped Xbox One with a headphone jack-sporting controller, a 1TB hard drive, and (for a limited time) a copy of Halo: Master Chief Collection.

The bundle will retail for $399 while the 500GB model officially drops to $349, but the new model is available directly from Microsoft for a limited time with a $50 store credit that you can spend on games and accessories. Assuming you have a use for it, that’s basically like getting the new Xbox One for the price of the old one. [Xbox One 1TB + Master Chief Collection + $50 Gift Credit, $399]


If you just saw Mad Max and were overcome by a desire to play some Borderlands 2, its GOTY edition is cheaper than ever on PC today. [Borderlands 2 GOTY, $8]


In case you missed it last time, here’s another chance to save 20% on iTunes credit, courtesy of eBay. If you pay for iCloud storage, apps, movies, books, TV shows, or music from iTunes, this is basically free money. Unfortunately, this card isn’t eligible for eBay’s $15 off $100 deal, so don’t bother trying. [$50 iTunes Gift Card, $40]


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