This year Black Friday falls on Friday 24th November and while it might be a way off yet, preparation is key if you want to getting your hands on the very best deals.
For many of us games consoles are a must-have and with numerous set to go on sale across the internet, where is your money best spent?
The latest console from Sony, the PS4 Pro is the most powerful console on the market right now and can output both 4k and HDR Video thanks to its upgraded GPU. While it doesn’t feature a 4K Blu-ray drive much to the disappointment of loyal fans, its 1TB hard drive more than makes up for it.
Uncharted: The Lost Legacy £25,
Crash Bandicoot N.Sane Trilogy, £29.99,
Games Tower and Charging Station £21.99,
PlayStation Camera £39.01,
Xbox One S
You’ll have to wait a few more months for the launch of the upcoming Xbox One X, the Xbox One S is a great alternative for now.
Smaller and lighter than the Xbox One, it has an impressive 2TB of storage and the power unit is built-in. That being said, while the Xbox One S does support 4K resolution, it is currently limited to video playback only.
Agents of Mayhem £44,
Forza Horizon 3 £41.99,
Twin Docking Station £14.99,
Xbox Wireless Controller £41.75,
A handheld/console hybrid, Nintendo’s latest offering can be connected to your TV to play on the big screen, or you can also take it with you on the go as a high-powered handheld.
As the newest launch, it’s game lineup is still growing but it’s also the only console where you can play the latest Mario titles.
Sonic Mania £15.99,
Ultra Street Fighter II £34.99,
Joy-Con Wheel Pair, £14.99,
Accessory Set Splatoon 2 Edition, £18,
Nintendo’s first ever fully high-definition console, the Wii U can be played directly on the GamePad Independently or connected to the television. A console that redefines the dynamic of playing games alone or with your friends or family it’s visuals are a substantial leap from the Wii.
It’s also backward compatible with all Wii software and accessories including Wii remotes, Nunchuks and Balance Board.
Nintendo Selects New Super Mario £19.99,
Resident Evil Revelations £11.99,
Nunchuck Controller £14.99,