You're buying Smash Bros. for Wii U, so get a free Amiibo while you're at it. Must add both to cart to see deal. [Smash Bros.]

Lots of great discounts today on Wolfenstein, inFamous, Mordor, DriveClub, and more.

preorder Saints Row: Gat Out of Hell ($16) | Gamefly | Use code OCT15OFF

Wasn't expecting to see much of this one again, especially not discounted. [LE Xbox One Advanced Warfare Controller]

Akira is one of the most important anime films ever made and one of the most popular blu-rays we've ever listed. Get the 25th Anniversary Edition today for $15. [Akira]

Attack on Titan, Part 2 ($25) | Amazon

Ghostbusters / Ghostbusters II ($16) | Amazon

Pee Wee's Big Adventure (1985) Beetlejuice (1988) Batman (1989) Batman Returns (1992) Mars Attacks! (1996) Corpse Bride (2005) Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (2005) [ The Tim Burton Collection]

"If you experience eyestrain, they are probably worth it." - Lifehacker

I've never worn my Gunnar Optiks for gaming, and probably never will. "Eye strain" is a subjective and also somewhat vague concept. What I know is that if I'm tired (and my eyes are tired by extension), that my Gunnar Optiks make my experience in front of a monitor exponentially better. I'm wearing them as I type this. -Shane


Often checking in at $100, the Wi-Five Full Rim Onyx frames are among Gunnar's most expensive, but today, you can get a pair for just $65. [Gunnar Optiks Wi-Five Full Rim Onyx Computer Glasses, $65]

Don't want to spend quite that much? The Intercept frames are also cheaper than usual today. [Gunnar Optiks Intercept Full Rim Computer Glasses, $51]

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While it maxes out at 720p, this Acer projector is The Wirecutter's favorite sub-$500 projector, and it's marked down to only $400 today. [Acer H380BD 720p Projector, $400 with promo code RDY4WRLRD11]

Samsung's 4K monitor is one of the best deals in tech, and it's an even better deal than usual right now. Unlike most budget-minded 4K panels, this one actually runs at 60Hz over DisplayPort. [Samsung 28" 4K Display, $550]

If you don't have the cash for a 4K display, or the hardware to drive it, a 2560x1440 QHD monitor is pretty great compromise. [ WASABI-MANGO QHD275 Dual HDMI 27-Inch LED 2560x1440 S-IPS QHD Monitor, $270]

This Kensington laptop lock uses words instead of numbers, so it should be easier to remember your combination. This is Amazon's #1 selling model, and it's never been cheaper. [Kensington WordLock Portable Combination Laptop Computer Lock, $13]

$55 is about as good as it gets for a 1TB external from a reliable manufacturer. [ Toshiba Canvio Connect 1TB External USB 3.0 Portable Hard Drive, $55]

If your older car lacks Bluetooth, USB, or even an AUX jack, this FM transmitter may be your best option for playing your smartphone's audio through your speakers. It even includes a pass-through USB port to keep your phone charged as well. [iClever IC-F27 In Car Universal Wireless FM Transmitter with USB Car Charger, $14 with code AKQFRD2N]

We posted this on Twitter over the weekend, and a lot of colors have sold out since then, but you still have time to get a refurbished KitchenAid Artisan Series stand mixer for $200. [refurb KitchenAid Artisan Series All Metal 5 Qt. Tilt Head Stand Mixer, $200]

Anyone who enjoys the great outdoors has heard of LifeStraw, and now its filtering technology is built into a water bottle. [ LifeStraw Go Water Bottle with Integrated 1000-Liter LifeStraw Filter, $30]

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