Dealmaster: Take $20 off the new Spider-Man game for PS4

Amazon and Walmart, which is $20 off its usual going rate and a decent value for a blockbuster title released less than three months ago.

Coincidentally, the Dealmaster is in the middle of his  play-through right now—and nope, he’s mad at himself for paying $60 for it. Not at all. Anywho, for the unfamiliar, here’s the skinny: if you ever liked the Batman: Arkham games but thought, “man, I wish this was Spider-Man instead,” this is the game for you. It’s a lot like a Marvel film in that way: it won’t challenge your intellect or stir your emotions like, say,  or a Metal Gear Solid game, but it’s consistently fun and polished. It’s good entertainment. Plus, the web-swinging is as good as it’s been since . You can read our full review for more.

If that doesn’t have your Spidey senses tingling, though, we have a few other excellent deals in today’s roundup, including a better-than-Black Friday discount on the Oculus Rift, an Amazon Gold Box sale covering tons of board games, deals on the Xbox One X and Sonos One smart speaker, and much more. Have a look for yourself below.

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