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The world is stressful right now, and we all need ways to unwind. If video games are your go-to for relaxation and healthy escape, we've got some great news: For Memorial Day, Amazon and Walmart are cleaning house, with some epic price drops. No matter what major console you use — Nintendo Switch, PS5, PS4, or Xbox — there are mega-deals to be had.
From a galaxy far, far away to the dance floor in your own home, you'll enjoy great escapes are incredible savings. Scroll for our list of the biggest Memorial Day video game sales across the internet! Add to cart fast. With savings of up to 67%, these picks will sell fast.
Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga for Nintendo Switch, on sale today for $47, down from $60, gives you the chance to play through all 9 Star Wars films, seamlessly traveling to any planet, in any order, at any time. The game features hundreds of playable characters, including heroes like Luke Skywalker, Chewbacca, Leia Organa, and Poe Dameron — and villains like Darth Vader and Kylo Ren.
"I’ve spent almost 50 hours on this game, and I haven’t even completed 1-3," raved one five-star reviewer. "I have played almost all the Lego games available on the Switch. This is seriously one of the best, if not the best...The free play is a blast, but doesn’t distract too much from the main story. The player will want to keep progressing to unlock new areas and planets, as well as new characters and abilities."
Check out more great Nintendo Switch deals below:
Mario Golf: Super Rush for Nintendo Switch, $50, walmart.com
"Hut, hut, HIKE!" Madden NFL 22 for PlayStation 5 is on sale from $70 to a ridiculous $29 for Memorial Day. Enjoy literally every part of the game. You have control over players on the field and behind-the-scenes action too; thanks to an expansive new set of features across the redeveloped Franchise Mode, you can go beyond the gridiron and control the intricacies of management. Yes, that means winning Super Bowls and hiring coaching staff!
"Awesome graphics and good gameplay," reports one satisfied player. "Still playing first franchise season and [it's a] fun gaming experience...recommend for anyone who likes any Madden [game]."
Check out more great PS5 deals below:
NBA 2K22 for PlayStation 5, $20 (was $70), amazon.com
Elden Ring for PlayStation 5, $50 (was $60), amazon.com
WWE 2K22 for PlayStation 5, $55 (was $70), amazon.com
Lead epic Viking raids against Saxon troops and fortresses with Assassin’s Creed Valhalla for PlayStation 4, a super-popular game (with 10,900 five-star reviews on Amazon) that you can snag right now for 67% off, down from $60 to just $20! Relive the visceral fighting style of the Vikings as you dual-wield powerful weapons and confront the most varied collection of enemies ever within the Assassin's Creed franchise. Stretch your legs (figuratively, of course) by exploring the Dark Age open world — from the harsh shores of Norway to the beautiful kingdoms of England.
One huge fan calls this game an "epic Nordic adventure.... Valhalla feels like more of a cinematic EXPERIENCE, [rather] than just a cinematic GAME."
Check out more great PS4 deals below:
NBA 2K22 for PlayStation 4, $20 (was $60), amazon.com
Far Cry 6 for PlayStation 4, $25 (was $60), amazon.com
Looking to get the party started? Family favorite Just Dance 2022 for Xbox is on sale now at a sweet 60 percent off! Just Dance is the ultimate at-home group activity: Enjoy it with up to six players. But it's also super-fun solo. There's nothing better for the body and soul than dancing your heart out. You can even set a personalized custom playlist. The 2022 version includes hits by Olivia Rodrigo, Billie Eilish and Taylor Swift. Get the whole crew in on the action.
Reports one reviewer: "Always buy every year for my kids! Great game, great family time!"
Check out more great Xbox deals below:
The reviews quoted above reflect the most recent versions at the time of publication.
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