15 Games and Accessories Under $15 to Impulse Buy on Amazon Right Now

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Amazon is teeming with great gaming gear under $15, but it’s also loaded with a lot of weird stuff somehow categorized as “games.” To help avoid having to sift through UMD copies of bad movies and weird PS4 vinyl skins, we’ve gone ahead and separated the wheat from the chaff and presented it here.

There are more than just games to be had for under $15. There are plenty of great accessories to be found, too.

Great Games Under $15


Disney Infinity 3.0 Starter Pack for Xbox One for $9.30

Oh, Disney Infinity, you left us too soon. This is a fun, solid game with some great Disney/Star Wars collectibles you can grab on the super, super cheap. Even if you don’t want to play the game, the toys are so well sculpted they’re worth having just as decoration.



Titanfall 2 for $13.99

Titanfall 2 is the excellent shooter that’s perpetually on-sale. Even though it’s low price would lead you to believe it’s forgotten, there’s still a vibrant community of people playing online, so you don’t have to worry about waiting idly in a lobby for 10 minutes to match up. Plus the single player story is excellent.



Olli Olli 2: Welcome to Olliwood for $13.95

I didn’t even know there was a physical version of this. It’s a super fun skating game that’s part THPS, part SKATE, with some really challenging tricks and stages to master.



Deus Ex: Mankind Divided Digital PS4 Code for $7.49

Now this is a great deal. In our Deus Ex: Mankind Divided review we gave it a 9.2, so there’s that. But that price! Be still my heart.



DuckTales Remastered Digital Code for Xbox One for $14.99

Life is like a lot of things, but in Duckberg, it most resembles a hurricane. The remaster is gorgeous and has all the fun of the original, but with voice acting and Disney-style animation. This is a backwards-compatible title, by the way.



Mass Effect Andromeda for $11.85

Hey look, Mass Effect. Oh, it’s Andromeda. Hmm… now hold on a minute, it’s under $12? OK, fine, I’ll give it a go.



Guilty Gear Xrd -Revelator- for $11.80

Beautiful anime-style graphics and cutscenes make this an excellent choice, but the price makes it a knock-out! (Because it’s a fighting game, I chose to use a term most associated with fighting).



Watch Dogs for $12.76

This one isn’t as great as its sequel, but it’s still really good and if you haven’t checked it out yet, or you’re looking for a way to lose yourself in a game, get ready to hack the planet.

Gaming Accessories


Micro USB Charging Cable 2-pack for $8.99

For me personally, I cannot imagine a scenario in which I could comfortably say “yes, I have enough Micro USB charging cables.” They’re either getting lost, broken, or borrowed. I almost wish Amazon had a subscription or an dash button for USB cables, because I would use it.



Amazon Basics Charger for 3DS for $7.03

Here’s another thing I can’t seem to hold onto: my 3DS charger. For a hair over seven bucks, I might just buy 10. I kid. But I’m also seriously considering it.



10 ft. USB-A to USB-C Charging Cable for Switch for $9.99

Any USB port with enough amperage becomes a Switch charging port if you have a USB-C cable. Same with the Pro Controller. So do yourself a favor and give yourself 10 feet for $9.99. That’s just 0.999 cents per foot.



Nintendo Switch Glass Screen Protectors for $6.97

The first thing I did when I got my Switch was order some glass screen protectors. It sits in the dock slightly more snugly than before, but it’s 100% worth it in my opinion.



Nintendo Switch Carrying Case for $8.49

Protecting your Switch isn’t just something you need to worry about when you’re playing it. It’s like an infant, it requires care and love 24 hours a day. This is like a car seat and bassinet rolled into one, but for your Nintendo Switch and games.



SteelSeries QcK Gaming Mouse Pad for $9.70

You might think because all mice now use laser beams instead of those old ball ones, you don’t need a mouse pad. Incorrect. You can still improve your game with a decent mousepad and calibration software. Trust me.

Seth Macy ordered some stuff during the process of looking for stuff. It’s a disease. Follow him on Twitter @sethmacy.