The 10+ best June video game deals — up to 75% off
Gamers, start your engines — or suit up and make your way through a post-apocalyptic hellscape. Your choice! There are a lot of great deals right now that you don't want to miss. Catch deep discounts on first-person shooters like Halo Infinite for just $37 (was $60), or take a city and build it up with Anno 1800 — it's down to $20 (from $60). Want something slower and more touching? Give Spiritfarer a shot for a mere $15. Ready? Scroll on to grab the best deals for Nintendo Switch, Playstation and Xbox.
'Syberia 3' for Xbox One$6 $50Save $44
'Cris Tales' for Nintendo Switch$15 $40Save $25
'Need for Speed: Heat' for Xbox One$14 $60Save $46
'Anno 1800 Standard Edition' for Xbox Series X$20 $40Save $20
'The Callisto Protocol' for Xbox One$20 $40Save $20
'Grand Theft Auto V' for PlayStation 4$20 $42Save $22
'New Tales From the Borderlands Deluxe Edition' for Nintendo Switch$15 $50Save $35
'Star Ocean: The Divine Force' for PlayStation 5$30 $60Save $30
'Spiritfarer' for PlayStation 4$15 $30Save $15
'Crash 4: It's About Time' for PlayStation 4$35 $60Save $25
'Halo: Infinite' for Xbox$34 $60Save $26
'Syberia 3' for Xbox One
Syberia 3 is a narrative-heavy puzzle game. It's more focused on telling a story than presenting the player with challenges, but it's still a worthwhile adventure that differentiates itself from the first two games in the franchise. At for just $6, what do you have to lose?
'Cris Tales' for Nintendo Switch
Cris Tales is a stylish love letter to Japanese RPGs, and it has everything you'd expect: powerful magic, incredible animation and a plot about time travel. I can see influences from Final Fantasy and Chrono Trigger just from that description alone.
'Need for Speed: Heat' for Xbox One
When it comes to racing games, few are as intense as Need for Speed. The game is not only fast-paced and absolutely gorgeous to look at, but the vibrant colors pop off the screen. Race during the day for cash, or bolster your reputation with illegal street races at night. The choice is yours, but know there are consequences if you get caught during an after-hours event.
"This game is amazing. The gameplay is incredible, from just playing adventure mode, to racing online with friends. The graphics are super awesome, multi-platform cross-play–compatible," said one adjective-happy gamer.
'Anno 1800 Standard Edition' for Xbox Series X
If you're itching for an in-depth city builder, you can't find a better game than Anno 1800. Plan out huge cities and logistic networks as you expand your towns and settle new lands. You can dominate opponents through warfare or with your mercantile prowess. This is designed for console play, so it's not nearly as demanding as the PC version — but it's just as fun.
"I love games like this. The graphics are stunning, conversion from mouse and keyboard to controller is seamless and done extremely well. The gameplay will provide countless hours of fun. Brings me back to the days of Sierra games with games such as Pharaoh and Cleopatra. Highly recommended," one player said.
'The Callisto Protocol' for Xbox One
The Callisto Protocol was a highly-anticipated game that a lot of people missed out on, but right now, it's 50% off. This is the perfect chance to try it out for yourself and enjoy having the pants scared off of you. Be warned: It's a gore-fest, so it's not suitable for kids or those with weak constitutions.
One player said, "Great graphics, good storyline. If like Dead Space, you'll like this."
'Grand Theft Auto V' for PlayStation 4
Grand Theft Auto V is a popular game, but take note: it's absolutely not for kids. It throws players into the criminal elements of a fictionalized city, letting you explore the seedy underside and even become a crime lord yourself.
"I fully understand that this game is now pushing 10 years old, but it's still a marvel. The upgrade to the graphics and smooth gameplay are definitely worth the upgraded version for the new-generation consoles. Although it doesn't fully make use of the consoles' power, given that it's an older game, it's still one of the cheapest options out there for PS5 games. If you haven't played in a while, or ever, give it a shot, especially if it's on sale," urged one player.
Borderlands is best known as a looter-shooter, but New Tales is a narrative-driven adventure that lets you dive deeper into the tales of your favorite characters. The choices you make will influence the story, and a series of branching paths means that each playthrough can be different. Right now this game is 60% off!
"As someone who is fairly new to trying the Borderlands games, I wasn't sure what I should expect," related an enlightened player. "After all, looter-shooters are not my usual preferred game style. That said, this game pleasantly surprised me, and the fact it included both Tales games was even better... It has a good sense of humor, fun to play and you don't have to be a FPS pro to enjoy either game."
'Star Ocean: The Divine Force' for PlayStation 5
I've played almost every Star Ocean title before this one, and The Divine Force is one of my favorites. Between the bombastic story and lovable characters, the game will suck you in. The new ability to fly around the map makes exploration more fun than ever before, and of course, there are tons of side quests and extra content to explore once you finish the main story.
Fans say this is a great comeback for the series: "Great game plot, game play and story. It’s reminiscent of the best Star Ocean games in the series."
'Spiritfarer' for PlayStation 4
Spiritfarer is a cozy game about death. You take on the role of Stella, a girl who makes the idea of passing over as comfortable as possible. Ferry spirits around on your boat, fish for their favorite snacks (or hidden treasure) and so much more. But fair warning — this game can tug at the heartstrings.
"I have only owned this game since early December and have fallen in love with the atmosphere, art style and character design. The premise reminds me of The Wind Waker with an indie style. If you are a fan of games that present philosophical ideas with a cast of diverse characters full of personality, then this game is for you," said one fan.
'Crash 4: It's About Time' for PlayStation 4
All your favorite heroes (and villains) from the beloved Crash Bandicoot series are back, and there are even more characters to play as too. Try out new abilities, explore familiar and never-before-visited worlds, and so much more. The title is right — it's about time a new entry in this series came out.
"This is the one you've been waiting for," one gamer wrote. "I'm actually a bit astounded by how much of the spirit of the original is intact. ... The amount of content in the game so far (I'm not even close to done) is rather shocking. The new playable characters get their own stages, the new mask abilities are a lot of fun, the 'flashback' challenge stages are extremely challenging and are a great test of your dexterity and jumping puzzle-solving skills."
'Halo: Infinite' for Xbox
Ah, Halo: Infinite — simultaneously one of the most celebrated and scorned games in the franchise. While fans can't agree on what they think of it, one thing is for sure: Movement in the game feels smooth, and there's an array of new weapons to choose from and vehicles to drive.
One fan said, "Definitely the best Halo since Halo 3! ... If you take your time and do all side missions and such, playing in two- to three-hour increments, it took me almost five days to do everything in the campaign!"
The reviews quoted above reflect the most recent versions at the time of publication.