Injustice 2

The best deals on Xbox One for the week ending August 26

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Aug 23, 2018

Are you set to go back to school? Is it time to get those notebooks and backpacks out of storage? Are you ready to hole yourself up in the library with a stack of books, computer at the ready, taking notes and pushing your glasses back up your nose? Aw, come on now. Some of you still have a few weeks of summer vacation left to go. Maybe you just need a break from the day to day working grind and you’re feeling envious of all those kids still getting to sleep in. Order up some tasty snacks for delivery and fire up that Xbox One. We’ve got the best deals for you on the system for the week ending August 26. Make summer last a little bit longer!

This week Xbox One is having a huge DC franchise sale. Marvel who? This is a huge blowout, featuring both movies and games. Let’s start with the big screen stuff, shall we? If you want to catch up on where the DCU is going these days before the new crush of films come out, it’s all here for you. You can pick up Justice League plus bonus features for $19.99. Of course, you can watch the entire lead up to the gang getting together with the Justice League 3-Film Collection featuring Man of Steel, Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice and Justice League for $28.99. Even better? Get the DC 5-Film Collection featuring Man of Steel, Batman v Superman, Wonder Woman, Justice League and Suicide Squad for $53.99. You want Wonder Woman. You know you do. Right now you can get the film, complete with bonus features for $19.99. If you want to check out Batman v Superman, you can do it for $10.99, or you can get the extended and theatrical cuts in the Ultimate Edition for $9.99. Seems like the better deal. Green Lantern is $9.99 if you want to see what Ryan Reynolds was joking about at the end of Deadpool 2.

Want to go a little quirkier? You can get Suicide Squad, the extended and theatrical cut for $9.99. Of course, there are a bunch of animated films from DC that you might want. You can check out Batman Ninja for $19.99, and you can also get it with English subtitles on the Japanese audio for $13.99. Or you can get Batman Ninja the English version with Batman: The Killing Joke together for $14.99. If you feel like going back in time a bit, you can nab Batman: Gotham by Gaslight with bonus features for $19.99, or DCU: Justice League vs. Teen Titans for $9.99. Suicide Squad: Hell to Pay is $19.99. Justice League Dark is only $8.99, and if you get the DC Universe 3-Film Collection, you can get that, Suicide Squad: Hell to Pay and Batman: Assault on Arkham for $29.99.

Want to go old school? Superman: The Movie Special Edition from 1978 is on sale for $6.99, and 1981's Superman II is $6.99. The Richard Donner cut of the film is on sale for $6.99 as well. You can get Superman III from 1983 for $6.99, or Superman IV: The Quest for Peace for $6.99. And if that isn’t enough, you can get 2006’s Superman Returns for $6.99. Want something with a bit more bite? You can check out the theatrical cut of Watchmen for $8.99, or you can get Zack Snyder’s cut of the 2009 film for $8.99. This is one instance where the director’s choices make the difference.

On to the games! Injustice 2: Legendary Edition allows you to battle with your favorite DC superheroes for $30.00, down from the original $59.99, or you can save $16.00 on the regular version of the game. You can save $19.99 on Batman: Arkham Knight Premium Edition, or save $9.99 on the regular game, with the season pass down $9.99. Want to play Batman: Return to Arkham? You can save $9.99 on that one as well. Injustice 2: Ultimate Pack is on sale for $20.00, down from $39.99, and it gives you the Power Girl premium skin, fighter pack, the Atom, Sub-Zero, Raiden, John Stewart premium skin, Reverse Flash premium skin and the demon shaders pack.  

In more of a silly mood? LEGO DC games are on sale as well. You can pick up LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham for $17.50, down from the original $34.99. The season pass is on sale for $8.99, down from $14.99. 

You know you want to check out some DC action this weekend! Which games and films are you picking up? Let us know in the comments!