Best Buy has some great video game deals going on right now, with many of last year’s biggest games getting price cuts. And with these first few weeks of April being relatively quiet in terms of major game releases, now’s a great time to catch up on any games you missed at launch.
As always, the deals are even better for members of Best Buy’s Gamers Club Unlocked program. A two-year membership costs $30 and gets you 20% off of pre-orders and new games. Best Buy’s definition of “new” is pretty loose, so it applies to nearly every game in stock.
Nintendo’s big games rarely go on sale, but Best Buy is selling Super Mario Odyssey for $50 this week ($40 for Gamers Club Unlocked members). Also on Switch, Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 is $40 ($32) and the motocross game MXGP3 is $30 ($24).
On the Xbox One and PS4 side of things, you can get Call of Duty: WWII for $40 ($32). The newly released Burnout Paradise Remastered is down to $30 ($24), while Dragon Ball FighterZ is on sale for $50 ($40).
If you want to catch up on the Kingdom Hearts series before part 3 is scheduled to come out later this year, you can pick up Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 + 2.5 Remix for $30 ($24). PS4 owners who are feeling nostalgic for PS2-era JRPGs may want to pick up Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age, on sale for $30 ($24). Xbox One owners interested in slaughtering zombies can grab Dead Rising 4 for $25 ($20).
Lots of other games are on sale as well, so check out Best Buy’s sale page to see the full list.