We've been cooped up at home for a couple of weeks now, with Target is running a .to give us another month of the same. Thanks to , there's a lot of TV to help us pass the time, but with the exception of oddities like , most of it is hardly interactive or cerebral. So right now might be a good time to stock up on some new games to play, either alone or with the rest of the family. Here's how: From now through April 4,
I see about 1,200 titles in total to choose from, including PS4, Xbox One, Switch and PC games, as well as old tabletop standards ranging fromand to and .
Target isn't partying alone. Amazon has its own limited-time-only sale going on right now, where you can get . You can combine with and .
Amazon's inventory of games is smaller than what you'll find at Target -- there appear to be about 340 games at Amazon, but that's still a respectable selection. Between the two retailers, you can certainly find a few games to keep you entertained. Heck, if you've been biding your time for the right moment to grab the home edition of, now's your chance to play it with the rest of your family.
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