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GameStop’s Black Friday secrets revealed in leaked ad

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Patient gamers could be rewarded this Black Friday.

A newspaper circular for GameStop’s holiday deals has leaked onto the web -- and if' you're in the market for an Xbox 360 or PlayStation 3, the retailer has some terrific deals in store. Zelda fans, meanwhile, will be able to get their hands on a bundle they've only been able to admire from afar.

A special 3DS XL bundled with The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds is the biggest surprise in the ad. Previously announced only for Europe, the gold system (which has a TriForce etching on the cover) will be available for $219.99, if the ad is indeed correct.

GameStop also plans to offer impressive bundles for current-generation consoles. Shoppers can pick up a 250 GB Xbox 360 along with Halo 4 and this year's Tomb Raider for just $199. Already have one of those? No problem -- the same price will get you a 250 GB PS3 along with Game of the Year contender The Last of Us and Batman: Arkham Origins.

Not surprisingly, there aren't any discounts on Xbox One and PlayStation 4 hardware or software. If, however, you're bypassing the next generation for now, you'll be able to load up on plenty of great deals on recent titles.

Need a copy of Just Dance 4? It's marked down to $20 on Black Friday. Battlefield 4? The Xbox 360 version will run you just $30. Call of Duty: Ghosts -- a franchise that's almost never discounted on Black Friday -- will reportedly see a short term price cut to $50.

If your Xbox Live subscription is about to expire, you can pick up a gift card for three more months for $15, a savings of $10. And if you missed last year's Assassin's Creed III, it will run you just $15.

GameStop also plans to pump up its used game business. The flyer includes a coupon for 30 percent extra in-store credit when you trade items toward a purchase. Buy any two used products and you can get a third for free.

Finally, in an attempt to clear out inventory, GameStop will be offering deals on used Wii hardware systems. If, by chance, you don't have one yet -- or feel the need to pick one up -- you can do so for just $40.

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