And here comes another one.....honestly I don't think anybody this week has had any excuse to not purchase the console they want!
Pixel Electronics are doing the New Nintendo 3DS for only £110.50 using the current Rakuten code MARCHSALEDAY4 today, or if you need a little more time to make up your mind then your always free to use MARCHSALEDAY5 tomorrow.
You have to love the price of consoles when Rakuten start throwing the codes around, earlier in the week we saw a Playstation 4 up for grabs at £266.95, today sees an Xbox One Console at £235.45 and now Pixel Electronics are offering us a Wii U Premium Console with Mario Kart 8 for only £175.06!
Remember to use code MARCHSALEDAY4 today or MARCHSALEDAY5 tomorrow to purchase this at £175.06.
With so many Sega sales going on at the moment, It's pretty hard working out which way to turn to get the best prices, I can assure you that if you are looking for Alien Isolation your best bet is Funstock Digital, who have beaten both Steam and Gamersgate (off the top of my head) with their pricing on Alien Isolation
Remember to use code #FUNISHOT to reduce the price from the listed £7.99 to £6.39!
Day four of the Rakuten sale sees a new code in use, MARCHSALEDAY4 has added an extra 5% to the previous codes giving us a total of 15% discount on any product on Rakuten (minimum £5 spend).
The most notable product is the Xbox One Console that Simply Games have listed for only £270.
Using the current discount code would make this an extremely tempting £235.45.
Alienware PCs don't come cheap, but they do look the business, are built well and optimised nicely. If you fancy one, you can currently save an extra 7% with their new voucher code.
Click here to browse the latest official Alienware 'deals.' Alternatively, consider building your own PC on a budget! Our new guide shows you how.
Who doesn't want a right nice Lara Croft mini figure, an art book, a map and the Season pass for Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris Gold Edition?
If you don't then you could always get the standard edition of this game from Shopto for £10.85, but let's be realistic for the extra £3.14 we are all safe to agree that this price for the Gold Edition is nothing shy of a bargain.
We always like to be on the cutting edge, but you can't forget the greats. If you fancy going retro, seeing what all the fuss was about or just bringing something incredibly awesome to your next local multiplayer session, you can now buy an N64 with Goldeneye 007, controller and all the cabling for just £54.99 boxed.
It's used, naturally, but the seller is reputable and the hardware is tested. You'll need to grab another controller (preferably three more) for the full deathmatch experience though!
SEGA more your speed? You can pick up a used Dreamcast for £49.99, though these are a dicier pre-owned proposition as the lasers can be jogged out of alignment or require calibration. Have a great weekend!
Crush3D is a nuanced and tricky little puzzler, allowing players to switch between a 2D and 3D world to solve increasingly brain-shredding challenges. The 3DS' stereoscopic display is used to great effect, but be aware that there's a stiff difficulty curve to contend with.
GAME are willing to part with a copy for just shy of £3.00 in their Easter Sale, which is exceptionally cheap for the physical version no less!
The New 3DS is a fantastic piece of kit and may actually be better than the XL for many gamers. It's incredibly comfortable, functional, boasts groovy cover plates and increases the original 3DS' screen size while still offering the super-stable 3D, enhanced processing power, C-Stick and other awesome perks. Read our full review for all the details.
You can now get one for £117, which means it's probably time to get off the fence and onto Monster Hunter 4!
There'll be a new voucher tomorrow (presumably... MARCHSALEDAY4?)
The Order: 1886 is gorgeous, short and barely interactive in parts, but at least you can get a copy for £27.99 on PS4.
You need to be aware that the price does come with a caveat: this is the Spanish version, so UK resale value will be limited. However, the game itself runs perfectly in English.
The Order: 1886 is visually astounding throughout, but the actual game is crushingly average -- and that's when it lets you play it! That said, the shooting sections are fun and the Thermite Rifle is superb. Brendan reckons that the level of detail elevates what could have been a terrible game into one that's worth checking out so long as the price is low enough. £27.99 is a good start, though we'd prefer £18.88. Read our The Order: 1886 review for more details.
Oh who are we kidding. You're already playing Bloodborne, aren't you?
I reviewed Pillars Of Eternity yesterday and quite frankly I wish I was still playing it now. "Pillars Of Eternity is a masterpiece and nothing less than essential for anyone who's ever heard of the Infinity Engine," I wrote, dribbling all over the keyboard with barely-surpressed lust. "Superbly written, expansive yet rich and detailed, tactical and thought-provoking, it's the sort of roleplaying experience that we've been dreaming about for years."
It's amazing. Amazing.
So basically, you need to get on it. Hard. Currently it's available on Steam and Green Man Gaming, though today only you can grab the Pillars Of Eternity Champion edition for just £18.89. Use the CDKeys Facebook voucher code for the £1 discount, which you can get by clicking the widget at the top of the store page. You'll get plenty of extras into the bargain.
We described Kid Icarus: Uprising as "a triumphant and emphatic return to form for Nintendo" in our 9/10 review. "It contains more innovation, more personality and more unabashed fun than we've seen over the last two years from the beloved company; creating a unique, gorgeous, unfailingly competent and staggeringly replayable portable epic."
"Uncomfortable controls stop Uprising from securing perfect marks, but be in no doubt, this absolutely has to become part of your collection."
Seeing as you can now buy Kid Icarus: Uprising for £19.85, there's no excuse.
As far as Dark Souls goes, you'll struggle to find anyone at Dealspwn that dislikes it more. But here I am, working my way through Bloodborne. From Software's latest title is essentially a spiritual successor to the incredibly tough Souls series. These are the joys of being the only full timer with a PS4 (until Jon bought one today!).
But screw it, I almost enjoyed the Alpha and Beta versions I played in recent months. So perhaps the tides were turning and I was going to start warming to the infamous brand of hardcore gaming that has built up such a large following since the early days of Demon's Souls. Incidentally, that game was the last one I played.
There are plenty of reviews and reports from seasoned players, but we thought we'd provide a perspective from a relative newcomer, as we imagine there are a few of you out there that didn't fancy (or flat out disliked) the Souls series, but are keen to see what all the fuss is over the PS4's biggest exclusive yet. So here I am, recovering the day after the oh so bloody night before. Here's how I earned my Bloodborne Hangover.
The first thing you'll do in Bloodborne is create a character. I didn't spend much time on this, as I figured I'd be covering them up with as much armour as possible the first chance I got. When selecting body build, I went for the slimmest option as it doesn't affect any stats. I figured the less of me there was to hit the better.Click here to read more...
Titanfall is still a magnificent shooter. Accessible yet deep, ridiculously fun and empowering, mechanically peerless, it's well worth getting into even if the player count is now admittedly rather low. It's also an incredibly important game, directly responsible for the rush to include exciting vertical mechanics we see in most next-gen FPS titles these days.
If you want to get involved, you can buy a new Xbox 360 copy for £14.86. Remember that the DLC is free to download!
Alternatively you can buy Titanfall on Xbox One for £11.99 used.
If you are a fan of torches, creepy enemies and some location in America called Arizona then you will just love Alan Wake's American Nightmare (it also helps if you like the name Alan).
The story is pretty simple, you are Alan, you have awoken in some weird altered reality and you are in pursuit of the bad guy, in this case Mr. Scratch (cue laughter).
Anyway, at £1.09 using Greenman Gamings current 22% code 22SLIC-KDEALS-EXCLUS I personally feel it's a must have for anybody yet to try it.
We are honestly seeing some really good prices for PC gaming today (well we do most days), Earlier we saw Skyrim dropped to only £2.00 over at Greenman Gaming, and equally on par as one of my best games of recent times Funstock Digital are now offering us Tomb Raider : Survival Edition for only £3.35 using the code #FUNISHOT.Click here to read more...
Ready to unleash your creativity? LittleBigPlanet 3 is now £16.00 pre-owned on PS4.
Use XV Marketplace voucher code 20XVMOFF for the 20% discount!
A cracking game, if not quite the generational leap for the series that we might have hoped for, LBP 3 is brimming with potential, with oodles of charm, and a much more accessible approach to creation. Plus, if making things isn't your bag, there are millions of pre-existing levels from all three main LBP titles just waiting to be explored.
Read our LBP 3 review here!
XV Marketplace are running a new voucher code that knocks 20% off videogames and movies.
Evolve is about to receive its first major DLC in the form of the Behemoth monster. This massive bruiser weighs more than twice as much as an Easter Island statue, can roll up into a ball of death and can throw up massive rock walls to trap its prey.
The DLC is released on March 31st, and you can get ahead of the curve by buying Evolve and the Monster Expansion pack for just £27.85 on PS4 and Xbox One.
Before you do anything, though, make sure you read our Evolve review because I can't wholeheartedly recommend buying it.