Today's Best Gaming Deals: Uncharted Collection, Firefly Board Game, and More

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Sony just started bundling download cards for Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection with new PS4 consoles, which means they’re now flooding the secondary market for bargain bin prices. Lucky you. [UNCHARTED: The Nathan Drake Collection, $35 $39]

Update: Up to $39

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The Wii U Pro Controller is actually a pretty great gamepad, and if you want to use it on your PC, this $15 dongle will make it possible. [Mayflash Wireless Wii U Pro Controller to PC USB Adapter, $15]

If you missed out on the excellent DMC: Devil May Cry on the previous generation of consoles, the updated Definitive Edition is down to an all-time low $20 today on PS4 and Xbox One. [DMC Devil May Cry: Definitive Edition, $30]

The most popular cancelled-after-one-season show in the entire Verse has its own board game, and it’s down to $32 today, which is near an all-time low. I can’t say I’ve played it, but it does has fantastic user reviews. Here’s what you can expect:

In Firefly: The Game, players captain their own Firefly-class transport ship, traveling the ‘Verse with a handpicked crew of fighters, mechanics and other travelers. As a captain desperate for work, players are compelled to take on any job - so long as it pays. Double-dealing employers, heavy-handed Alliance patrols and marauding Reavers are all in a day’s work for a ship’s captain at the edge of the ‘Verse.

Sounds pretty shiny. [Firefly: The Game, $32]

To celebrate Halloween, Amazon is giving away over $70 in premium Android apps for free today. Highlights include LEGO Star Wars, Bridge Constructor, and Runtastic Pro, but be sure to head over to Amazon to see the full list.

Of course, you can download as few or as many as you want, but you might as well “purchase” everything, even if you don’t see an immediate use for them. Once you’ve tied to your Amazon account, and you can always go back and download them later. [Amazon Halloween App Sale]

Clearly, there’s no need to wait for Black Friday to score a great deal on an Xbox One. If you really want Kinect (which is awesome for saying “Xbox, Pause,” but not a whole lot else), then the Amazon bundle is one of the best we’ve ever seen. Otherwise, the Walmart deal with an extra controller and game is really terrific.

Xbox One Gears of War Console Bundle with Bonus Controller and Choice of Game ($349) | Walmart

Xbox One 500GB Console with Kinect - 3 Game Bundle ($399) | Amazon

With active backlighting, an excellent upscaling engine, and smart apps that deliver 4K content, it’s easy to see why Vizio’s M-series TVs earned a Wirecutter recommendation. So if you’re ready to upgrade, you can score 50-70” refurb for $580-$1500 today on Groupon. [Refurb Vizio M-Series 4K UHD Smart LED HDTV, $580-$1500]

At $23, this gaming keyboard obviously doesn’t include mechanical key switches, but you do get customizable backlighting and six programmable function keys. It’s waterproof too, for some reason! [Etekcity Scroll K9500 Professional Gaming Keyboard, $23 with code KEYBOA22]

It’s not hard to find an Xbox One controller for $50, but I don’t think we’ve ever seen it for that price bundled with a Play & Charge kit. Yes, the controller should have been rechargeable out of the box, but what can you do? [Xbox One Controller with Play & Charge Kit, $50]

Your newly-mented favorite portable hard drive is down to just $50 for a terabyte today. [WD My Passport Ultra 1TB, $50]

Need more space? This WD Elements drive only has a one-year warranty, compared to the Ultra’s three, but the price is hard to beat. [WD Elements 2TB Portable External Hard Drive, USB 3.0, $66]



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