If you're a player in (slightly) older games, this is a very nice week. We have collected some of the best deals of the week here. Among the still available models:
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Grand Theft Auto V for $ 20 : Yes, this game has always been around. But the online extensions keep things fresh.
Titanfall 2 for 5-7 US Dollars : This entertaining Mech Shooter – a forerunner of Apex Legends – is again greatly reduced.
Red Dead Redemption for $ 13 : ] The Xbox One-enhanced version of the original Open World Western is available at Walmart.
$ 20 off Red Dead Redemption 2 : One of the 2018 best games has dropped 33 percent.
: Take off Star Wars Battlefront and Metro titles for as little as $ 5.
: Get a switch with one of five Mario games for $ 30 from now until March 16. (The Best Buy and Walmart offers are actually better now than they were the week before.)
Details and direct purchase links are listed below. The only "catch" here is that many of these games are in disc format rather than digital (unless stated otherwise).
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Originally published on March 11th.
Update from March 16: All offers are still active.
Updates, March 14: adds NBA Live; RDR rose from 11 to 13 dollars at Walmart. Verified other offers are still active and available. March 12 : Call of Duty WWII failed because it is no longer discounted; Added GTA-V deal.
NBA Live 19 All-Star Edition for $ 4-6
OK, the latest installment of the NBA Live series has not really knocked anyone off. With only four to six dollars for the digital version, this is a simple lay-up. This includes the latest All-Star uniforms and Ultimate Team Packs.
See NBA Live 19 (PS4 Digital) at the PS Store
See NBA Live 19 (Xbox Digital) at the MS Store
more: NBA Live 19 at GameSpot
Grand Theft Auto V for 20 US Dollars
It's hard to believe that most players do not yet own this 2013 open-rock classic from Rockstar Games. But hey –. Yes, you can still play the amazing single-player story but this "Premium Online Edition" contains a million dollar game currency to drive the online experience that is constantly growing and changing with the modes like the smuggler run and the Doomsday Heist. All for $ 20 – about $ 10 of what you would normally pay at Best Buy (albeit a little less than the usual Amazon price).
See GTA V (Xbox) at Amazon
See GTA V (PS4) at Best Buy
Read more: Grand Theft Auto V at GameSpot
Titanfall 2 for $ 5- $ 8
Why would you do that? Are you interested in this 2016 Mech Shooter? Well, it's 1) really funny and 2) in the same universe as the new multiplayer hit "19659038" Apex Legends . Unlike Apex, this is a solo campaign. My only complaint was that the game was a bit short – but at this price, that's not even a problem. For some reason, the PS4 disc version seems to go for $ 7 while it costs $ 5 for the Xbox One. However, the digital version is $ 7.49 for both consoles.
See Titanfall 2 at PS4
See Titanfall 2 at PS Store
See Titanfall 2 at Walmart
Read more : Titanfall 2 at GameSpot
Red Dead Redemption for $ 13
Red Dead Redemption 2 (see below) was released almost universally in praise last year. But this game is actually a prequel to this 2010 original, which is also an amazing open world world. The Xbox 360 version of this game was added a year later in a "Game of the Year" issue with nice graphical enhancements for the Xbox One. (Sorry, PS4 owners – sometimes no backward compatibility bites.) At Walmart it's $ 13, versus $ 11 earlier in the week. Read more: Red Dead Redemption on GameSpot
Read More: Red Dead Redemption: Edition of the Year Edition at GameSpot  Red Dead Redemption 2 for $ 40
was largely a throw between RDR2 and . And while this game can go into hard repetitions, it's still fascinating to impress the fans with its deep single-player game and the evolving (if controversial) multiplayer game. This costs $ 40, but that's one third of the list price for a game less than five months old.
See RDR2 (PS4) at Walmart
See RDR2 (Xbox) at Walmart
See RDR2 (PS4) at Amazon
See RDR2 (Xbox) at Amazon
Dead Redemption 2 review
Read more: Red Dead Redemption 2 on GameSpot
Editor's note : Grand Theft Auto and the Red Dead Redemption games are released by Take Two Interactive. Strauss Zelnick, the CEO of this company, is currently the Chairman of the Supervisory Board of CBS, the parent company of CNET.