The Moneysaver: Bioshock, Tomb Raider, Crysis, Gears, more on sale.

Basically every major release of the past several months is on sale today, and for every platform. Jump in to save on whatever you missed.

On the PC, you can grab Bioshock: Infinite or SimCity each for $10 off, or save 10% by pre-ordering FEZ, which is finally breaking free of LIVE exclusivity. Don't miss out on the Green Man Gaming sale on EA games either, which has titles like Mass Effect Trilogy marked down to $24.

Things are even better on the console front. Infinite, Tomb Raider, Crysis 3, Dead Space 3, Dishonored, and Gears of War: Judgment are all on sale, just to name the newest releases. All of the price points are great, with several hitting historic lows.

Scroll down to your respective section to start saving.

One more thing...

Amazon is giving $20 bonus credit on $20 or more worth of games, consoles, or accessories traded in. This is the first bonus credit on games Amazon has ever done. Ends April 27. Read our full coverage here.

Blu-rays

The Moneysaver: Bioshock, Tomb Raider, Crysis, Gears, more on sale.

via Daily DVD Deals
The Avengers [Blu-ray/DVD] ($19.99) | $40 list price
Firefly: The Complete Series ($19.99) | $40 list price
Prometheus 3D [Blu-ray/DVD/Digital] ($20) | $50 list price
Green Lantern 3D ($14.99) | $45 list price
The Goonies ($8.75) | $15 List Price
The Sandlot ($9.99) | $20 list price
The Amazing Spider-Man 3D [Blu-ray/DVD/UltraViolet] ($19.99) | $56 list price
Resident Evil: Retribution [Blu-ray/UltraViolet] ($17.99) | $36 List Price
Star Trek: The Next Generation - Season One ($52.49) | $130 List Price
Star Trek: The Next Generation - Season Two ($52.49) | $130 List Price
Louie Seasons on sale.
Smallville Seasons on sale.
The Big Bang Theory Seasons on sale.
The National Parks: America's Best Idea [Blu-ray/UltraViolet] ($51.49) | $130 List Price
Kiss of the Dragon ($5) | $20 List Price
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Movie ($9.99) | $15 list price

The Dark Knight Rises [Blu-ray/DVD/UltraViolet] ($19.99) | Amazon via Dealzon | $36 list price

The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey 3D [Blu-ray/DVD/UltraViolet] ($27.99) | $45 list price | Non-3D version also on sale.

Argo [Blu-ray/DVD/UltraViolet] ($19.99) | Amazon via Dealzon |$36 list price

ESPN 30 for 30 Collector's Set [Blu-ray] ($43.40) | Amazon | $100 list price

A Clockwork Orange [Blu-ray] ($9.99) | Amazon | $15 list price

Total Recall - Mind-Bending Edition [Blu-ray] ($9.49) | Amazon via SlickDeals | $15 list price

3:10 to Yuma [Blu-ray] ($5) | Amazon via SlickDeals | $20 list price

Tech

Razer Hyrda PC Gaming Motion Sensing Controllers ($40) | woot! via Reddit | Normally $100

Today Only Seagate GoFlex 1TB Thunderbolt Portable Hard Drive ($150) | Best Buy via 9to5Toys | $200+ elsewhere | Use code EARTHDAY22

Refurbished Samsung Smart Blu-ray Player w/ Wifi ($45) | All4Cellular via 9to5Toys

The Wirecutter's NEW best exercise headphones. Here's the Gizmodo review. Update: Lifehacker also just highlighted them.
Adidas OCX 685i Sennheiser Sports Earphones ($59.14) | $80 list price

The Moneysaver: Bioshock, Tomb Raider, Crysis, Gears, more on sale.

GoPro HERO3 Silver Edition 1080p Camera ($233) | eBay [New] via Deals | Normally $300

• FREE Year of Unlimited CrashPlan Online Backup | CrashPlan via Deals

OfficeMax 20% off entire purchase | OfficeMax via FatWallet | Use code SAVE20

Seiki 4K 120hz LED HDTV ($1200) | TigerDirect via Dealzmodo | Normally $1500 | Use coupon code TJM88351 | This is a Gizmodo-exclusive offer, see their coverage here.

Windows/Mac

Bioshock Infinite [Physical] | Amazon | Normally $60

SimCity [Origin] ($39.99) | Amazon via Reddit | Normally $60

The Walking Dead All Episodes [Steam] ($10) | Origin via Reddit | Normally $25 | Yes, it's an Origin purchase that provides a Steam code.

• Pre-order FEZ ($8.99) | GOG.com [DRM-free] or Steam | Normally $10

The Moneysaver: Bioshock, Tomb Raider, Crysis, Gears, more on sale.

Command and Conquer Ultimate Collection [Origin] ($14.99) | Amazon | Normally $30

• FREE Infinite Pull [Desura] | Desura via Reddit

Green Man Gaming | Use code GMG20-GGN5D-FC3NA
Mass Effect Trilogy [Origin] ($24) | Normally $60
Chivalry: Medieval Warfare [Steam] ($6.80) | Normally $25
Mercenaries 2: World in Flames [Origin] ($2) | Normally $10
Medal of Honor Ultimate Digital Collection [Origin] ($7.20) | Normally $30
The Saboteur [Origin] ($4) | Normally $20
Shank 2 [Origin] ($4) | Normally $10
Need for Speed: The Run [Origin] ($4) | Normally $20
Swords and Soliders [Steam] ($2) | Normally $10
Awesomenauts [Steam] ($2.71) | Normally $10
Warp [Origin] ($4) | Normally $10

Today Only Sleeping Dogs [Steam] ($11) | Gamefly via Reddit | Normally $40 | Use code SLICKAPR10

Today Only Hitman: Absolution [Steam] ($16) | Gamefly via Reddit | Normally $40 | Use code SLICKAPR10

Binary Domain [Steam] ($4.99) | Amazon via Daily Game Deals | $25 list price

• DLC Battlefield 3 Ultimate Shortcut Bundle ($10) | Amazon via Daily Game Deals | Normally $40

• DLC Mirror's Edge Pure Time Trial [Origin] ($2.50) | Amazon via Reddit | Normally $5

This is a bundle of games being considered for Steam Greenlight. 7 of the 9 games are on Desura, and 7 of the 9 are also Mac-compatible. If the games are greenlit a Steam key will also be provided. Choose which games you want, minimum of 2.
• Bundle Build a Greenlight 2 (Charity, min. $1.50) | Groupees

Playstation 3

Bioshock: Infinite ($49.99) | Amazon | Normally $60

Tomb Raider ($39.99) | Groupon via SlickDeals | Normally $60

Crysis 3 ($32.99) | Groupon via SlickDeals | Normally $60

The Moneysaver: Bioshock, Tomb Raider, Crysis, Gears, more on sale.

Dead Space 3 ($32.99) | Groupon via SlickDeals | Normally $60

Dishonored ($29.99) | Amazon via Reddit | Normally $60

Dark Souls ($19.50) | Amazon | Normally $40

Batman: Arkham City GOTY Edition ($16.89) | Amazon via DealNews

NBA 2K13 ($39.99) | Amazon | Normally $60

Xbox 360

Bioshock: Infinite ($49.99) | Amazon | Normally $60

Tomb Raider ($39.99) | Groupon via SlickDeals | Normally $60

Gears of War: Judgment ($49.99) | Amazon | Normally $60

Crysis 3 ($32.99) | Groupon via SlickDeals | Normally $60

Dead Space 3 ($32.99) | Groupon via SlickDeals | Normally $60

Dishonored ($29.99) | Amazon via Reddit | Normally $60

Dark Souls ($19.99) | Amazon | Normally $40

Batman: Arkham City GOTY Edition ($17.83) | Amazon via DealNews

NBA 2K13 ($36.27) | Amazon | Normally $60

2000 MS Points for the price of 1600 ($20) | Best Buy via Daily Game Deals

Wii U

Kirby's Adventure [Virtual Console] ($0.30)

Wii U Basic ($269) | eBay (go4computers) via TechBargains | Normally $300

Playstation Vita

Go grab that Soul Sacrifice demo.

3DS

Paper Mario Sticker Star ($19.99) | Best Buy via Daily Game Deals | Normally $40

The Moneysaver: Bioshock, Tomb Raider, Crysis, Gears, more on sale.

Kingdom Hearts 3D Dream Drop Distance ($19.99) | Amazon via Daily Game Deals | Normally $30

3DS XL ($179.99) | Target via SlickDeals | Normally $200

iOS

• FREE Video Game Collection Database | iTunes via SlickDeals | Normally $10

• FREE Galaxy on Fire 2 HD | iTunes via Reddit

Just Added FREE FX Photo Studio HD [iPad] | iTunes via 9to5Toys | The iPhone version is also free.

Android

Kemco RPG's on sale | app-sales.net via Dealzmodo

Inventory

Insta-buy.
FEZ Remixed Soundtrack ($5) | Disasterpeace via Kotaku

Check out Gizmodo's coverage of this cool all-purpose lantern.
Energizer Light Fusion LED Lantern (29.99) | Amazon | Normally $35

ThinkGeek T-Shirt Sale | ThinkGeek via TechBargains

Gerber Carry Hook Knife ($12) | Amazon via Deals

Digital Pocket Gram Scale ($8.50) | Amazon via Dealzmodo | Normally $23

Fenix LD22 Flashlight ($44.96) | Amazon | Normally $84

The Moneysaver: Bioshock, Tomb Raider, Crysis, Gears, more on sale.

Samsonite 5 Piece Nested Luggage Set ($87.78) | Amazon via SlickDeals | Normally $250

• April 22-26 FREE National Parks Admission

Today Only Shoes.com 15% off sitewide | Shoes.com via FatWallet | Use code EARTH

• FREE "I Want a New Drug" Song by Huey Lewis & The News | Google Play

Today Only FREE Starbucks coffee or tea if you bring your own tumbler or container. If you don't bring one, Starbucks will sell you one for 20% off. If you don't want to buy one, they'll give you the coffee or tea for free in a "for here" cup. Save ten cents per drink any day of the year by bringing your own tumbler.

• Boom, FREE Pepsi Next | via Dealzmodo

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