Black Friday 2020 is almost upon us, and GameStop will have a ton of deals to help you find the perfect video game gift for yourself or a loved one. Whether you are looking for some of the newest games like Assassin's Creed Valhalla or Watch Dogs Legion on PlayStation 5 and/or Xbox Series X or an older classic like New Super Mario Bros U or The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening on Nintendo Switch, there will most likely be something waiting for you. These deals will likely continue to pop up throughout the weekend and if we find any we've missed, let us know in the comments section below.

Actually, there is an even more robust selection at GameStop for those of you willing to do a little planning. And would you honestly like to see one of those games as part of a preorder? Collectors Vault and Happy Friday, everybody!

Best GameStop Black Friday Deals

PS4 bundle in New Super Mario Bros U Colors & Supplies for $129.99:

This bundle comes with two hit games already. Nintendo's New Super Mario Bros U has won first place in the PEGI ratings and combined sales currently exceed 2.5 million copies. This means that a $129.99 PS4 bundled with New Super Mario Bros U could possibly or actually be worth your attention. Don't expect these prices to last though since preorder sales drop by as much as 50% on the pre-order price. Meanwhile, these identical bundles go for as little as $149.99, so you'd have to probably know someone who already owns a PS4 and can use that same money for a bonus game sale.

Xbox One with Kinect for $479:

PRICE: $479

RATING: Significantly cheaper than its $499 launch price.

Xbox One Controller/Assets for $19.99:

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