No real theme to this week's deals, but that means there's a wide array of cheap stuff being offered out there - some of it meh, most of it good.

Hardware
• 360 console update: Best Buy has the Elite with free Madden NFL and an extra controller ($76 bonus value, ends this Sat. 1/30), Buy.com's Elite plus a $50 gift card deal ends Sunday, and the Arcade is $179 at Amazon. [Dealzon]

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• The PSPGo can be had for $40 off - $209.99 - through NewEgg. Available in pearl white. [TechDealDigger]

Software
• The Beatles: Rock Band Premium Bundles, which include a Höfner Bass controller and Beatles branded drums, launched at a premium price of $249.99 in September. Now you shouldn't pay more than $200. Best deal is Amazon: $179.99, free shipping through Feb. 28. PS3 and 360 only, folks. The Wii version is scarce and pulling up to $300 on eBay. [Dealzon]

Deanbmmv passes along this U.K. special: Dragon Age: Origins (PS3 and 360 versions) is £19 (regularly £40) through Grainger Games. Price is good in-store or online.

• Darksiders (Xbox 360) is $42.99 shipped from Amazon and Newegg. $57 and up elsewhere. [Dealzon]

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• Steam's sale this weekend is banana republic simulator Tropico 3, for $13.60. It's normally $40. [Steam]

• Direct2Drive is offering Red Faction: Guerrilla for $4.95, which is 75 percent off. [Cheap Ass Gamer]

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• If you prefer more teamwork than the U.S. military advertises, Amazon has the new Army of Two: The 40th Day (PS3, 360) for $44.99 plus free shipping. Next best is $53 shipped from Best Buy. [Dealzon]

• Curious combo of PS3 games popped up on Amazon. NBA Live 09, The Bigs and The Chronicles of Narnia Prince Caspian can all be had for $19.99. Upside is it's $15 less than these games bought separately ($35.05); downside is Amazon's motive probably has something to do with no one buying these games since they came out in '07 and '08. [Dealzon]

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As always, smart gamers can find values any day of the week, so if you've run across a deal, share it with us in the comments.