This week’s best game deals: Target’s 4-day gaming event and Watch Dogs 2

Thomas Duff 21 November 2016

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Target is dishing out deals on AAA games and Watch Dogs 2 hits store shelves at a decent price.

Every week, finder searches for the best game deals in Australia. This week Target has you covered, Watch Dogs 2 gets in just before the Christmas rush, and Dick Smith is doing a deal on Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare.

Target 4 day gaming sale

It's that time of the year when brick-and-mortar stores become entangled with out-of-control sales banners. EB Games is generally the one to take the crown when the sales begin to roll around, but this year Target is having a fair crack at it with a 4-day gaming event that starts on 25 November and ends on 28 November.

There loads of amazing deals on the latest games. We're talking Watch Dogs 2, Titanfall 2 and Dishonored 2, all games that have no right being this cheap so close to release.

Here are just a few of the games that will be on sale when the sale begins on 25 November.

PlayStation 4

PS4 1TB Slim Watch Dogs 2 Console Bundle

Christmas is slowly creeping up on us and our wallets. Instead of getting cheap last-minute presents for family members you don’t necessarily like, why not treat yourself?

With the recent release of Watch Dogs 2, Sony has revealed a new bundle that celebrates the young franchise. The latest bundle includes a PlayStation 4 Slim 1TB console, copies of both Watch Dogs and Watch Dogs 2, and a three-month subscription to streaming service Stan. 

Big W is currently selling this bundle for $449.00.

Take advantage of this wallet hack.

PS4 500GB Slim and 3 months of Stan

Target's Christmas sales on video games and consoles are on the mark this year. As part of its mega-saleTarget will be selling the new look PlayStation 4 500GB at just $309.

With that extra cash floating about, you could do worse than treating yourself to additional Dualshock 4 controller which usually retail at $89.95 but are selling for $68 during the sale.

(Thanks, OzBargain)

Xbox One

Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare

Another (terrible) year is nearly over. And, with the year drawing to a close, another Call of Duty game takes its place on gamers' and retailers' shelves.

The latest addition to the Call of Duty franchise takes players into space, have them piloting military space ships, whilst taking part in the standard Call of Duty experience. Once you are done with the single-player, you can jump into the extremely successful multiplayer.When you are sick of 12-year old children saying things about your mother, you can jump into the arcade-style zombie’s mode. 

Dick Smith (yes, still a thing) are currently selling Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare for $49.00.

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Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six: Siege

With the bombastic, large-scale shooters that have taken over the gaming industry, it is nice to have a game that isn’t afraid to get intimate. 

Rainbow Six: Siege ditches the shooter large-scale industry staples in favour of a smaller, tighter, nd more intense style of gameplay. Gamers will get up close and personal with their enemy, carefully creep through each location, and alter the layout of the map in order to gain an advantage. This is a game about precision, tactics and patience. 

Amazon is currently selling Rainbow Six: Siege for $27.95, which is a saving of $40.89.

PC

Battleborn

Another month goes past, and Battleborn receives yet another price-drop. I am almost running out of clever things to say about this title. 

Battleborn is a game that exists and was developed by the folks behind the Borderlands series and the terrible Alien: Colonial Marines (I want my money back, Randy). Players control a variety of different heroes in a MOBA-style game, which is nothing like Overwatch. The story of Battleborn is a sad one, because it's a good game that's absolutely worth playing. Unfortunately, it was just released way too close to the insanely popular Overwatch. 

Ozgameshop is currently selling Battleborn for $20.20, which is a saving of $30.39.

Buy a copy already

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Nintendo

Pokémon Sun and Moon

Sometimes, simplicity is good. I remember when I was a kid (oh god). Cheez TV was on television, the Star Wars prequels hadn’t been released, and there were only 151 Pokémon. Oh, how things have changed. Now, there is a Pokémon that is a literal bag of rubbish.

A few days ago, Pokémon Sun and Moon was released. And, like every release of a new Pokémon game, avid trainers scour the virtual land for rare and legendary Pokémon with the goal of becoming a Pokémon master. 

Big W is currently selling Pokémon Sun and Moon for $46.00, which is about $10.00 cheaper than other retailers.

Check out our full round-up of Pokemon Sun and Moon prices.

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