No denying November is here. This is the best day of gaming deals so far this year.


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Walmart isn't waiting for Black Friday to kick off one of their best gaming deals; a Nintendo 2DS for $79.

Great discounts from GreenManGaming's VIP page today:

Titanfall is just $10 today on Amazon.

Better return on investment than a $5 shake. [ Tarantino XX: 8-Film Collection, $60]

Ghost in the Shell's 25th Anniversary Blu-ray release is just $14 today. [Ghost in the Shell]

Double the Naga deals, double the fun.

If you don't want to fuss with streaming boxes, this 48" TCL TV has Roku software built right in. [ TCL 48-Inch 1080p Smart LED TV with Roku TV, $398]

If your 1080p monitor isn't cutting it for you anymore, this Philips 4K display is down to its lowest price ever today. [ Philips 28" 4K Monitor, $580]

Samsung's similar 4K monitor is also $578 today, though it has been cheaper at times.

Need a lot of storage in a tiny package? [ PNY Turbo 256GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive, $100]

The Kindle Fire HDX isn't the newest or fastest tablet out there, but it's still a great deal at this price. [refurb Kindle Fire HDX 7", $119]

The Sony A5100 is one of the smaller mirrorless cameras on the market, but still packs advanced features like hybrid autofocus and the advanced ISP from the step-up A6000. Today's $100 discount is the first significant deal we've seen.

Sony a5100 Interchangeable Lens Camera with 3-Inch Flip Up LCD and 16-50mm Lens ($598) | Amazon

Sony a5100 Interchangeable Lens Camera Body with 3-Inch Flip Up LCD ($448) | Amazon

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