If you're an Xbox owner that is currently struggling with the five-month wait for Red Dead Redemption 2, you can run the risk of treating yourself to the original RDR and spoiling your proverbial dinner later in the year. That said, a copy of Red Dead Redemption - which is not only backwards compatible, but enhanced in 4K for Xbox One X as well - for less than 9 is hard to pass up.

red_dead_redemption

Red Dead is down to 8.24 at the moment, while the Undead Nightmare DLC pack will set you back another 6.75. Worth it just for that Bigfoot side quest.

I'd also never forgive myself if I didn't take the time to point out that you can pick up a backwards compatible copy of the Xbox 360 version of Castlevania: Symphony of the Night for 3.37, arguably the best Castlevania game and absolutely the one with the best/worst voice acting. It also features a sentient sword that shouts 'slash' when it attacks. I mean, come on.

As for Xbox One titles specifically, you can pick up various bits of Fallout 4's DLC from 2.39 per pack, FIFA 18 is down to 19.80, Dirt 4 is 16.50, Limbo is discounted to 1.60 and Inside is only 6.40. If that wasn't enough, you can find Marvel vs Capcom: Infinite for 16.49, Star Wars Battlefront 2 for 24, Farming Simulator 17 for 8, the ill-fated Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 5 for 9.90 and Rainbow Six Siege Advanced Edition for 20.

Let me also direct your attention to the real show-stopper here - Horse Racing 16, which can be yours for a mere 1.20 this very week. Beautiful.

Over at Jelly Deals, you can check out the freshly updated guide to the best external hard drive for Xbox One and save some cash on one while you're at it. You can also check out the batch of yesterday's best deals, most of which are still live, including Blade Runner 2049 for 9.99 on blu-ray and more.

Sometimes we include links to online retail stores. If you click on one and make a purchase we may receive a small commission. For more information, go here.

Jump to comments (18)

About the author

Jamie Wallace

Jamie Wallace

Commerce Editor

Jamie is the Commerce Editor for Gamer Network and can usually be found writing about games, tech and his belief that there were never enough Jet Set Radios.

More articles by Jamie Wallace

Comments (18)

Hide low-scoring comments
Order
Threading

Related