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We still have a month until Black Friday, but the big gaming deals seem to be coming early. From Twitter user Wario64 we’ve recently seen postings for deals slated to go up on Best Buy and Target starting November 9.

Target will reportedly offer a “buy two, get one free” offer on all games for the week of November 9.

Meanwhile, Best Buy will offer a “buy one, get on 50% off” for all 3DS games.

On the PC side, Steam, is currently holding a Halloween-themed sale full of deals on zombie, monsters, and other horror themed games. You can check out the full page here, which includes a LOT of games but a few highlights include:

  • Original Dead Space for $ 4.99
  • Plants vs. Zombies GOTY Edition for $ 2.49
  • Don’t Starve for $ 7.49
  • Brutal Legend for $ 3.74
  • The Amnesia Collection for $ 8.74
  • Costume Quest 2 for $ 7.49

Overall, it’s a good time for deals, and we haven’t even gotten into the crazy pre-, during-, and post-Black Friday period! Keep in mind that you can also pick up an Xbox One starting from November 2 to December 31 for $ 250 or a PS4 for $ 275 from now until November 9 (when you trade-in a PS3).

Anything you’re planning to pick up?

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October’s PlayStation Plus free games are on the way out, and Sony has finally revealed their replacements for November. Starting Tuesday, November 4, PlayStation Plus members in both the US and UK will have access to the following games:

PlayStation 4

  • The Binding of Isaac: Rebirth — A remake of The Binding of Isaac that includes new chapters, new characters, and a new ending.
  • SteamWorld Dig — A Western-themed action-adventure platformer

PlayStation 3

  • Frozen Synapse Prime — Turn-based strategy set in a bleak dystopian future.
  • Luftrausers — A shoot-em-up from the creators of Ridiculous Fishing

PlayStation Vita

  • The Hungry Horde — Take control of a group of wandering zombies and increase your ranks by biting wayard humans while avoiding armed guards and tanks
  • Escape Plan — A black-and-white puzzle game that takes advantage of the Vita’s gyroscopic controls

Even if you don’t own one (or any) of the systems above, it’s still worth adding the games to your account by going through the PlayStation online store, just in case you pick up a new console up later down the line. And for even more PlayStation deals, Sony is holding a week-long sale on horror-themed games and you can see that full list here.

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Electronic Arts is currently giving away copies of 1995 game Crusader: No Remorse as part of the “On the House” promotion for Origin. The game normally sells for $ 5, but you can get it free today.

EA’s On the House games don’t come with any strings attached, but there is no saying when the deal will expire, so you’re encouraged to act quickly if you want to pick up a free copy.

Crusader: No Remorse was developed by Origin Systems and originally launched in August 1995. You play as a “Silencer,” an elite enforcer who works for the World Economic Consortium, but later joins the rebellion. “Now, your former employers better watch their backs because you’re coming after them with all the firepower at your command,” reads a line from the game’s description.

This is an old game, so your current computer shouldn’t have any issue running it. But just in case you’re wondering, here are the minimum system requirements:

MINIMUM SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS:

  • Windows XP or Windows Vista
  • 1.8 GHz Processor
  • 512MB RAM (1 GB recommended)
  • 3D graphics card compatible with DirectX 7 (compatible with DirectX 9 recommended)
  • 2 GB HDD
  • Mouse, keyboard

EA launched the On the House promotion in March with Dead Space. Other past freebies have included Wing Commander III: Heart of the Tiger, Dragon Age: Origins, and Bejeweled 3, among others. EA says the goal of the On the House promotion is to show off Origin and “provide a great gaming experience” to players. The publisher also runs Game Time, a promotion where gamers can play titles, usually newer ones, for free for a period of time–often 48 hours.

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