GameStop Black Friday deals on Xbox One and PS4 are now available -- at Target, Walmart and Best Buy, too

CNET | 11/18/2018 | John Falcone
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GameStop's Black Friday sale is already up and running. The game retailer is effectively offering the same baseline $199 PS4 and Xbox One deals as every other big store under the sun -- and those same sales are already available at Walmart, Best Buy and Target -- and probably other retailers, too.

So with that caveat -- basically "these deals are great, but widely available elsewhere" -- here are the highlights. Note that:

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Sale prices are available now, unless otherwise indicated and are in effect until Monday, Nov. 26 while supplies last.

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PlayStation 4

As noted above, the same (great) 1TB PS4 + Spider-Man bundle for $199 is widely available elsewhere during Black Friday week.

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GameStop is also offering the PSVR bundle for $249 ($100 off): the PSVR helmet, two Move controllers, the PlayStation camera, Creed: Rise to Glory and Superhot. Again, this one is widely available nearly everywhere, too.

As for titles, it's a pretty nice selection of PS4 games at good prices -- but you should check these versus other retailers, as well as the ongoing digital sale at the online PlayStation Store (God of War is $8 cheaper there, for instance). Some notable recommendations (all PS4 exclusives):

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The Xbox story is much the same. GameStop is offering the same 1TB Xbox One S Minecraft bundle for $199 that is available at nearly every other retailer.

Want the step-up Xbox One X instead? It costs twice as much, but it offers full 4K gaming and 4K Blu-ray support (the latter of which you won't find on the PS4 Pro). Weirdly, GameStop doesn't seem to have the $400 ($100 off) standalone version of the...
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