Bandai Namco Cyber Monday

The Monday after Thanksgiving (or November 26 for those outside of the US) means two things. First off, a groggy start to the workweek, but more importantly, it means sales on everything gaming. Steam is currently in the midst of its Autumn sale, Amazon has a host of deals on PC parts and games, and even developers and publishers are hosting their own Cyber Monday deals. Bandai Namco is one such company hosting a Cyber Monday sale, and it’s a perfect opportunity to pick up some choice titles without hurting your wallet.

Practically all of Bandai Namco’s games are on sale today, and while the list of titles isn’t as huge as GOG’s during its Black Friday sale, there are still plenty of noteworthy games here. Starting with the most heavily discounted games, Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot is 60% off, offering an excellent Dragon Ball experience for cheap. Those looking for more of a challenge can also pick up most of the Dark Souls titles for low today as well. Dark Souls 3 has had 75% of its price slashed off, as has Dark Souls 3 Deluxe Edition. While Dark Souls 2 is absent from this sale, the first entry in the series isn’t and is currently 50% off.

 

Fighting dreamers

This Cyber Monday sale from Bandai Namco also presents one of the best sales on fighting games to date. Dragon Ball FighterZ is a whopping 84% off, Tekken 7 is 80% off, Naruto to Boruto: Shinobi Striker Deluxe Edition is also 84% off and SoulCalibur 6 is 75% off. For those looking to get into the wide, wonderful world of fighting games, today’s sale presents the perfect opportunity.

Bandai Namco Cyber Monday

Owners of any of these games can also benefit. A number of season passes have also had their prices slashed, so make sure you check for any Bandai Namco games in your library. Bandai Namco’s Cyber Monday sale doesn’t have an end date listed, but one could assume that it will only last until the end of today, so don’t wait to pick up any of these games for just a few bucks.

Otto Kratky
Otto is a games journalist with a few different homes. When he's not writing news, he's likely hundreds of hours into some massive RPG, playing punk on his beat-up guitar, or nose deep in a new Batman comic book.

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