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US Game Deals: Get a 65" 4K TV for $1,300 less and grab Overwatch at a $25 discount

We're on the eve of Black Friday 2016 week (yes, it's a week now) but you won't even have to wait that long to get some nice savings on gaming goods and a sweet TV to play them on. For this final US daily deals post before the madness truly begins, we have a very nice 65" 4K TV and several great deals on some of this year's biggest games.

Check out all the below offers and don't miss the rest of our best gaming deals.

US deal of the day

Samsung UN65KS8000: 65" 4K Smart TV now $1,497.99 at Amazon

65" | 4K | HDR | LED | Flat screen | 2016 Smart interface

This is the number-one recommended 4K TV from Amazon, and you could say Amazon knows its televisions. Now at a nearly 50 percent discount for savings of more than $1,300, this 65-inch flatscreen has pretty much everything you'd want in an LED TV: HDR support with super-deep black shades, standard 3840x2160p resolution, and a big enough screen to appreciate every one of those tiny little pixels. Your PS4 Pro and future Xbox One Scorpio will love it.

View this deal: Samsung UN65KS8000 65" 4K Smart TV now $1,497.99 at Amazon

US daily gaming deals

Overwatch: Origins Edition for PS4 and Xbox One now $34.99 at Amazon

Titanfall 2 for PS4 now $32.99 at Amazon 

Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain for PS4 and Xbox One now $20 at Newegg

GTA 5 for PS4 and Xbox One now $38 at Walmart

PlayStation VR with Rise of the Tomb Raider bundle now $439.98 at GameStop

PlayStation VR with Batman VR and 2 Motion Controllers bundle now $499.99 at GameStop

Xbox One S 1TB Battlefield 1 green console with Battlefield 1 Collector's Edition now $349.99 at Amazon

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