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Black Friday Chopping List: 10 Best Horror Video Game Deals

Black Friday

Black Friday is fast approaching, and that means that stores everywhere will be flooded with people looking for the best deals! We’ve taken the liberty of seeking out the best video game deals from major retailers (Best Buy, GameStop, Walmart, etc.) and sharing them with you! The 10 games listed below will be selling at prices lower than they ever have before. You don’t want to miss out!

Doom

The reboot to the classic game (read our review), whose single player (not the dreadful multiplayer) got rave reviews when it was released back in May is one of the best video game deals you’ll see this holiday season. Your best bet is to seek it out at Walmart where it’s priced at just $15!

GameStop: $19.99

Walmart: $15.00

Toys R Us: $20 off

Target: $25.00

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Mortal Kombat XL

The latest entry in the classic fighting game series (review) is marked down to $20 at most retailers for Black Friday. The best part about the XL edition is that it comes with tons of downloadable content included on the disc. This means that you’ll get to play as Jason Voorhees, Leatherface and the Predator from the start!

GameStop: $19.99

Best Buy: $19.99

Toys R Us: $20 Off

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Dying Light: The Following

While it wasn’t the critical darling many were hoping it would be, Techland’s Dying Light (review) is still a zombie game worth checking out. Now that GameStop has it priced at $19.99 there’s no reason not to give it a shot! Dying Light: The Following includes the original game, the expansion pack and all downloadable content as well. Not a bad deal at all!

GameStop: $19.99

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Dark Souls III

The conclusion to Bandai Namco Entertainment’s notoriously difficult franchise is also seeing a steep drop in price from its original $59.99 price (it now usually goes for $39.99). Most retailers have it for $19.99, but Walmart has it for a minuscule $15. You’d be a fool not to pick this one up!

GameStop: $19.99

Best Buy: $19.99

Toys R Us: $20 Off

Walmart: $15.00

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7 Days to Die

The Fun Pimps’ survival horror game 7 Days to Die has been around since 2013 via Early Access on Steam, but Telltale Publishing (the brains behind The Walking Dead episodic series) brought it to consoles earlier this year. While reviews would suggest it should be priced lower, GameStop’s $19.99 rate is still a pretty reasonable price for a video game.

GameStop: $19.99

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