Inside the world of Microsoft’s Xbox One, the most expensive games ever made

Inside the worlds of Microsofts newest console, the Xbox One S, and its $500 price tag, we’ve found a few surprising gems.

Here are the best deals in video game history, with some caveats: 1.

Xbox One X, $1,500 or $1.5K, from Amazon for $1-2,500, and a $150 Amazon gift card.

A $150 gift card can buy you a full Xbox One console with everything you need to play all the games.

The Xbox One xbox is the Xbox’s largest console, and you’ll want to take advantage of the most powerful gaming hardware you can find.


Fallout 4, $50 or $60, from Steam for $50.

It may seem like a bargain, but this game is really worth the price.

The game is just as much about crafting and exploration as it is about playing a badass Vault Hunter.


Fallout Shelter, $60 or $70, from GOG for $60.

Fallout: Shelter is a sandbox game that takes a lot of inspiration from The Witcher 3.

The world is large and sprawling, with plenty of options for exploring, but it also has plenty of danger and traps.

You’ll want the best survival gear you can get your hands on. 4.

The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited, $80, or $90, from Origin for $80.

This is a fantastic deal for a $80 download.

This subscription service will allow you to play the game without paying any subscription fees.


Resident Evil 7: Biohazard, $20, or, $25, from Best Buy for $20 or $25.

It’s a great deal, and the PC version of this game comes out on February 15, which is a great time to get this game for under $30.

The $20 price tag will let you play the survival horror game for as long as you want.


Super Meat Boy, $5, or even $6, from Xbox Live for $5.

If you’re in a hurry and want the latest and greatest in video games, this is a bargain.

It features a new and improved game mode, so it’s worth checking out the new update.


Resident Sirens: The Movie, $6 or $7, from Vudu for $6.

This game comes to Steam for free and is one of the first big releases for the Steam store.


Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel, $10, or or $11, from EA for $10 or $12.

This deal will let players jump in and play the first game in the Borderlands series before the series goes on to the sequel.


Final Fantasy XV, $12, or more, from Square Enix for $12 or more.

You’re probably wondering how much you can save, and Final Fantasy X is the game that makes the most sense.

The final chapter of the series is still a few months away, so you’ll need to wait for the game to hit the market, but you can still get the best game ever made.


Dead Rising 3, $15, or less, from Rockstar for $15 or less.

The PS4 version of the game is only available for a few weeks, but the Xbox version is available for as little as $5 or $6 on February 18.

This isn’t a deal for the average fan, but if you’re a fan of the genre, this game will still be worth checking it out.


Battlefield 1, $16, or over, from Microsoft for $16.

You could play a multiplayer match of Battlefield 1 with your friends or family, and this is one game that’ll make the most of the best hardware.


Resident 4: The Complete Collection, $24, or better, from Bandai Namco for $24 or better.

You won’t find this game on the PlayStation store, but there are several online options that will make it a great purchase.


Grand Theft Auto 5, $30, or higher, from Ubisoft for $30 or higher.

Rockstar’s newest entry in the GTA series, the sequel to GTA IV, hits stores on February 14.

You can play the GTA Online version for as much time as you like, but for the most part you’re better off playing the regular GTA games.


Super Mario Odyssey, $40, or all-inclusive, from Nintendo for $40.

Super Smash Bros. Melee for Wii U is available now for free, and there are also free online play options.


Batman: Arkham Origins, $45, or on-demand, from Warner Bros. for $45.

The Arkham Origins story will keep you entertained for hours, and Arkham Origins is also available on Steam for a cheap price.


Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection, or for a fraction