Best Buy’s not waiting for the turkey to cool to push out their best Black Friday deals; a whole bunch of them are available right now.
Video game store horror stories are so plentiful I had to round up a whole new batch to share all the best ones readers sent in. There’s the typical stock of pre-order bullshit, but these stories span ridiculous levels of rudeness.
At $180, the newly-released Logitech G910 Orion Spark mechanical gaming keyboard is clearly designed for serious PC gamers, and if you’ve been waiting for a deal to pick one up, today’s probably the best you’ll see for a long time.
Best Buy is currently offering the PlayStation TV for a ridiculously cheap $40, matching a few previous deals from GameStop and Amazon.
The PS4 may be winning this round of the console wars, but you can get some really fantastic deals if you opt for an Xbox One. Today you actually have two options to choose from.
Best Buy cancelled a number of pre-orders for the limited edition Majora's Mask 3DS tonight, informing customers via e-mail that the demand had "exceeded the quantities made available" to the retailer.
We see deals on iTunes credit pretty often, but Google Play gift cards almost never go on sale. Snap these up while you can.
While a lot of retailers offer basically the same stuff at basically the same prices on Black Friday, Best Buy had quite a few advertised deals that were head and shoulders above the pack, and you can get them right now.
Best Buy and Target have kicked off some impressive pre-Black Friday video game promotions today, and Kohl's has an insane stackable coupon deal on the Xbox One if you're in the market for a new console.
Having trouble deciding between Pokémon Alpha Sapphire and Omega Ruby? Now you can just buy both in one box, with a download code for 100 potions for each game to boot.
Remember that time you walked into a big chain store with a shopping bag full of games, thinking you were going to cash out big time, only to leave with a gift card housing barely enough credit to grab even one new game? Of course you do; we've all been there.
So, let's get this straight. In Canada this weekend, take any Xbox 360 or PS3 game—good, bad or ugly; GOTY or shovelware—trade it in, and get a free copy of Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag, Call of Duty: Ghosts or Battlefield 4. Is that right? Is someone smoking crack up there? Not you, mayor ...
Hey, that's not what the main character of Assassin's Creed IV looks like!
In line for Nintendo's booth, Terence Polk checked his smartphone and chitchatted about what he'd come to review. "Super Mario 3D World," he said, because he was skeptical—not because he was thrilled by what he'd seen in Nintendo's presentation. It was the second day of E3. In Winston-Salem, North Carolina.
Nintendo just released the list of more than 75 U.S. cities where Best Buy stores will be holding public, playable demonstrations of games the company will be showing off at E3. The demos will take place during four-hour blocks on two different days during the week of E3.
Reddit user ipoopinthesink, an employee at Best Buy, says he was handed a rather strange item to recycle as part of the retailer's "Renew Blue" program, where people's old electronic gear can be brought in and disposed of properly.