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Some console deals include a mega bundle for Xbox One

Xbox One 500GB console with exclusives bundle for £379.
This Xbox One comes with FIFA 16, Rise of the Tomb Raider, Forza 6, Halo 5: Guardians, Gears of War: Ultimate Edition, a custom Halo 5 controller, a 12-month Xbox Live Gold membership, £5 Xbox Live credit and a Max: Curse of the Brotherhood download code. That's an amazing deal by any standards.

Nintendo Wii U 32GB Mario Kart 8 and Splatoon Premium Pack for £229.99
Two strong titles and the premium version of the Wii U, at a good price.

Sony PlayStation 4 Console with Lego Batman 3: Beyond Gotham and The Lego Movie
This PS4 bundle is on offer for just £309.99, which is a bargain in anyone's book.

Update: this is an old deal. Check out all the Black Friday game deals for 2018.

Blue Nintendo 3DS XL with Mario Golf: World Tour for £99.99.
Do keep in mind that this is the original 3DS XL and NOT the New 3DS XL, but still plays the vast majority of 3DS titles and is a superb gaming machine.

There's also plenty of gaming and TV-related, bargain-shaped goodness going on, so check these out too:

8-bit Modern Mario amiibo for £8.99
Wahoo! etc.

F1 2015 for Xbox One, only £28.99
A superb handling model, 60fps and great AI, makes this a strong racer, even if there aren't many side modes.

Battlestar Galactica Limited Edition Blu-Ray box set (region-free) for £59.99
That's over £100 off, and Battlestar Galactica is amazing. Ask anyone.

Indiana Jones: The Complete Adventures Blu-Ray box set for £12.99.
Call him Dr Jones, doll.

Xena: Warrior Princess Ultimate Collection on DVD for £44.99.
This is a lightning deal, so get it before a wizard magics it away.

Be sure to keep an eye on our Best gaming deals of Black Friday 2015, which we'll keep updated throughout the Black Friday period. For more gaming and tech deals, TechRadar has also got you covered.

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Justin Towell
Justin worked on the GamesRadar+ staff for 10 whole years. Imagine that. Now he is a contributor, specialising in racing games, retro, and Sanic.