The well awaited Black Friday is right around the corner and the majority of stores is already offering tons of pre-event discounts. If you were planning to get some new titles to play during your Christmas break, computer parts or even a brand new laptop/PC, this might be your chance to find the best gaming deals for a good price.
Ready to write down your shopping list? Let’s go!
Hardware and accessories
Ryzen is an AMD brand for multi-core processors made specifically for gaming. Newegg has a few of these packages on sale along with motherboards and full computers or laptops.
As you can see almost all of the linked products are made by Corsair, one of the best brands for computer parts on the market and highly recommended for their quality. Amazon currently has a Black Friday Deals Week active with an interesting corner sponsored by it as well, like this amazing Tempered Glass Mid-Tower Case (shipping price may vary depending on your Country) and M65 Pro RBG – FPS Gaming Mouse.
Among their general sponsors we can also find Zotac, which offers a good selection of GeForce GPUs.
Origin PC is a great site related to PC gaming and now affiliated to PewDiePie as well. If you want to get a good gaming computer this is no doubt one of the best places for you to check. You can currently find a very nice nice rig for a price you usually see on weaker machines, with high end components and a great build. What are you waiting for? Check out this incredible Black Friday promo!
You can also follow Origin PC on Twitter and take part in the many computer related giveaways they run every now and then.
The Black Friday could also be a good occasion to buy some titles as an early Christmas present for our gamer friends or relatives. I don’t know about you, but personally I would never say no to a beautiful wrapped up game that I can enjoy on holiday! 😍
When it comes to video game deals it can be unfortunate though, because new ones are released quite frequently and thus you may already have the majority of games you wanted. Sometimes, however, some of these new products may be included in a sale event sooner than expected, while some older games are still as expensive as they were on day one despite their date.
Here’s a few options:
World War II, deep horror, teenage issues mixed with unexplicable events, quest for the Chicken Dinner with friends, superheroes… which one do you choose?
Recently I’ve been asked if there’s any specific gaming Apple computer or laptop. As far as my knowledge goes I can tell the answer is technically no, since Apple machines are not crafted for gaming but mostly graphic/web design, photo editing, movie making and general content creation. I actually took some time to look around and the best Apple deals I could find are the Pro MPTR2LL and iMac MNDY2LL/A. Although their components seem to be stronger than a standard iMac or Macbook, considering the value for money I do not recommend those to play games.
Still, if you already own a Mac computer this may interest you; I discovered a place where you can buy a lot of specific games ported for OS X. MacGameStore is directly connected to WinGameStore and offers alternative digital downloads to already existing Windows titles.
What do you think guys, anything you like? Are you excited for the upcoming Black Friday? 😀