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There are many reasons to like the holiday season: food, family, movies, sports, and so on. But between the highlights, there’s often a lot of time to fill. Here are some fun products at MakeUseOf Deals that should keep you entertained through the holidays, now with up to 93% off. Be quick — these Cyber Week prices expire tonight.
Graphics are great, but nothing can compete with classic gameplay. This NES lookalike lets you enjoy over 600 retro titles on any HDMI display. The console comes with two controllers for multiplayer fun, and it’s portable enough to take on the road. Normally $299.99, the console is now just $44.99 — and use code CMSAVE20 for an extra 20% off.
There’s nothing better than sharing a mission with your buddies, and this FPS classic lets you wage warfare through the holidays. The single player mode takes you around the world on a campaign to stop ultranationalists and civil war. Worth $19.99, Modern Warfare is now $9.99 for a limited time.
The world’s leading railroad simulator is back, and it’s packed with amazing new content. The Platinum Edition includes 16 new routes, three bonus train sets, and much more besides. In addition, train lovers will relish the extensive editing features and realistic physics. Worth $327, this bundle is now $19.99 with this deal.
What better way to spend the holidays than learning about electronics? With parts and step-by-step instructions for 35 projects, this Raspberry Pi starter kit should keep you busy well into 2019. Along with a Raspberry Pi 3B+, you get 37 sensors and useful accessories. You can get the kit now for $129.99, saving $20.
If music is your salvation, the 1MORE headphones should be on your wishlist. With dual drivers inside each aluminum alloy earpiece, they deliver rich sound with amazing clarity. In addition, these headphones are beautifully designed. The ergonomic shape makes them comfortable to wear, and the Kevlar-core cable should last for years. They’re worth $59.99, but you can grab them today for $45.99.