Save $60 on the outstanding Xbox Series S!
As you already know, this is the low-cost alternative to Microsoft’s monster: the Xbox Series X. It packs a 3.6-GHz AMD Zen 2-based processor with 10GB of RAM, a 4-teraflop AMD RDNA 2 GPU with 20 compute units, and 512GB of storage.
Our own Jason England is still a huge fan of the pint-sized console after almost two years of having it alongside his PS5, which you can read about in his Xbox Series S long-term review. If you want to make the most of it, read his guide about how to transform it into one of the best emulators you can get.
With Xbox Game Pass you will never run out of new and classic games to play on the Xbox Series S and currently available for just $239 on Amazon (opens in new tab) this is one of the lowest prices we have ever seen on the base console with a controller and an HDMI cable.
Yikes! You can already get Sonic Frontiers for half price
Now I get it. It’s a little weird that we’re starting this live blog with a game that I, personally, didn’t like. But it has been fascinating to see just how divisive this game has been in the final reviews — from those who felt the same as me, to those who found plenty of enjoyment.
It’s clear a lot of people are loving it, and I’d be wrong to let my judgment cloud what is, on paper, a good deal. Though it may sting for those who paid the full cost under two weeks ago, when this game launched.