While the most exciting deal of GameStop’s 2015 Black Friday sale is letting employee’s take all of Thanksgiving off, $299 PlayStation 4 and Xbox One bundles, $80 used PS3 and Xbox 360 systems and the best possible Wii U bundle aren’t too shabby either.
Nintendo may have an all-new console coming out in justa few weeks, but that's not going to stop them from tempting folks to pick up a Wii any way they can. The company just announced two new bundles for their aging hardware, one of which is designed to get rabid toy collectors like Kotaku's own Mike Fahey shell out…
Have you purchased add-ons like controllers, headsets, or glowing balls-on-sticks for the PlayStation 3 in the weeks leading up to Christmas? Why would you do that? Didn't you know Sony's Play Days sale was coming?
While we still await official word on the pricing on Microsoft's Kinect, Walmart has started selling preorder bundles for the camera controller, packing in a game of your choice and a $30 gift card for $199.
Steam kicks off its massive "Perils of Summer" sale today, with daily sales, ridiculous discounts on game bundles, and slashed prices in every genre, all aimed at making sure you don't go to the beach and get eaten by sharks.
If you planned on doing any Xbox 360 purchasing this weekend, it might behoove you to cool your jets for at least a few more days. Amazon is listing a new Xbox 360 Elite bundle that's a solid deal.
Answering a question we posed last week, Nintendo has officially announced two DSiWare-packed DSi bundles for Black Friday, available only as long as supplies last.
What would you do if Capcom bundled together Lost Planet, Devil May Cry 4, and Dead Rising into one release at a lower price? Capcom is hoping you'd buy it.
Kotaku has confirmed with several Target locations that a new 80GB PlayStation 3 Greatest Hits bundle will be available on March 29th, with Motorstorm and Resistance thrown in for free.
PC gamers eager to get their hands on Capcom's Street Fighter IV will have to wait until this summer, with Capcom pondering the possibility of bundling the game with arcade controllers at retail.
SOCOM: Confrontation will be hitting North American stores and the Playstation Network on Oct. 14 for $40 to $60, depending on the bundle you choose.