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Gaming holiday deals are still available at Amazon

Black Friday and Cyber Monday might be over, but there are still great deals out there.

If you didn't take advantage of the biggest gaming console bundles of the year over the holiday weekend, you're largely out of luck in that category. But that doesn't mean all the discounts have ended. Amazon is currently putting on its 12 Days of Deals promotion, and there are still great discounts on games and gear that, if you don't act now, you'll miss out on. 

Keep in mind:

  • These deals may not last long and are subject to change every day of the promotion 
  • Some deals will only be available for a specific window of time and not the full length of the promotion
  • CNET may get a share of revenue from the sale of the products featured on this page.
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Take your PC gaming on the go with Asus' super-slim gaming laptop.  Asus Zephyrus review

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Games require precision controls, and the Acer Predator Cestus 500 is a great deal right now. It lets you customize the buttons the way you want them and dive into the game. Acer reviews

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Play as mutant monsters, gigantic robots and other dangerous creatures in this board game that has you battling to become the King of Tokyo.