We just love the word free! IndieGala are offering us iBomber Defense for diddly squat, all you have to do is insert your email address into the box as shown below:
and IndieGala will email you instructions for your Steam key instantly! They're good like that the guys over there.Click here to read more...
It's always nice to get that little extra for your money. The latest deal from CDKeys gets you a £50 Microsoft gift card for only £39.98.
As always you will need to get that discount code from their Facebook page to grab it at the listed price.
A plethora of Call Of Duty: Black Ops 3 details have been leaked ahead of tomorrow's Worldwide Reveal. Amongst the leaked Black Ops 3 details, Treyarch's new Zombies narrative gameplay has also been revealed!
A Call of Duty Campaign unlike anything before it.
To celebrate the NBA playoffs you can play NBA 2K15 free all weekend on your Xbox One console. The free playtime will end at 00.01 am on Monday morning. You can access the free download on your Xbox One dashboard now.
Thanks to wrigzefc @ HUKD for the heads up.
If you're a PC gamer, chances are that you've noticed the storm clouds swirling around Steam over the last 48 hours. Valve have finally allowed mod creators to charge for their wares and let publishers control the cut, resulting in a flurry of premium modifications onto the store.
It's a real mess out there.
Though we love the idea of hard-working content creators to earn money for their efforts, it seems that Steam's first foray is hitting some serious stumbling blocks and fierce resistance both from customers and the community. Seeing as Steam are already still struggling to stop the rising tide of shovelware and Early Access tat from engulfing the quality and deserving titles, there's a case to be made that this is yet another area in which they're throwing quality control to the wind.
All while developers are being paid as little as 25% of the revenue they generate. Is this a great new feature with teething troubles or a disaster waiting to happen?
The answer, I suspect, lies somewhere in the middle.Click here to read more...
The collection includes: Dead Island, Dead Island: Riptide, Dead Island: Riptide - Fashion Victim & Dead Island: Riptide - Survivor Pack.
Thanks to Webhead at HUKD for the find.
Word has it that Smyths Toys are installing e-shop stations in their stores this coming week and according to HUKD member clkirk3 the Mario Kart 8 DLC Bundle Packs which includes both pack 1 and 2 will be available for £9.99 (currently £11.00 on the Nintendo Store)
We reviewed Mario Kart 8 in June last year and gave it a 9/10.
"Mario Kart 8 is a great example of how to keep a 20-odd year old franchise relevant.Click here to read more...
If you head over onto the Indie Gala website you can now get yourself a Steam key for Killer Is Dead: Nightmare Edition on PC for just £3.30. This is the cheapest the game has been to date and is currently selling for £19.99 on the Steam store.
Thanks to rtd30 @ HUKD for the heads up.
Discover the true meaning of fear in Alien: Isolation, a survival horror set in an atmosphere of constant dread and mortal danger. Fifteen years after the events of Alien, Ellen Ripley's daughter, Amanda enters a desperate battle for survival, on a mission to unravel the truth behind her mother's disappearance.
The Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor Premium Edition includes both the base game and the season pass and is an absolute steal at only £12.99!
Season Pass Includes:
As always with the CDKeys purchases the price is based on the assumption of that little 5% discount from a quick 'Like' on Facebook.
Brendan reviewed Shadow of Mordor scoring it an 8/10 and stating:Click here to read more...
The Saints Row Ultimate Franchise Pack is full of content....and I mean seriously! It has 3 Saints Row games and a shed load of DLC....
You can add Victim of Xen to your Steam library for just 39p over on the Greenman Gaming site. We all love a bit of Japanese RPG gaming so at this price you would be mad not to. The game currently sits on the Steam Store for £1.99 so there is a big saving to be made.
Embark on a journey across continents in the Role Playing Game, Victim of Xen. Follow Will as he becomes a victim of circumstance, after the frivolous royal witch, Xen, turns him into a girl. As you search of a way to reverse the spell, you'll get pulled into something much more treacherous. Explore a dynamic story set in a rich world full of war and intrigue, with a dash of quirkiness. Fight monsters, complete jobs to earn coin, and get ready for adventure!
This weekends sale at the Humble Store sees focus on racing titles.
It’s a good job I hadn’t finalised my review until now. Had I drawn a line under my experience last week my opinions would have been very, very different. You see, it has only been in the last 72 hours that the PC port of Grand Theft Auto V has shown me its strengths. It’s beautiful, beautiful strengths. Up until that point the experience in San Andreas has definitely been a good looking, but had been marred by frame rate drops that killed the enjoyment both in the single player campaign and in GTA Online.
Thankfully, those issues have been sorted, and I can now comfortably say that the PC version really is the definitive version of GTA V.
As someone who last played the game on their Xbox 360, the jump in performance has been significant even without touching the 4K visuals that Rockstar have added. Then again, I didn’t really have to state that – there are videos out there that highlight this is the case, but seeing it in action for myself really hammers home how much work has gone into this version of the game. Of course, the big question is if the PC version is worth getting if you’ve previously played the game, and I aim to answer that by the end of this review.Click here to read more...
Amazon are throwing a PS4 and Xbox One promotion this weekend that grants you a discount if you pre-order two games from a wide selection of titles including Star Wars Battlefront, Rainbow Six: Siege and The Division. Specifically, you can get any two games for £80, with discounts applied at checkout.
It's an interesting offer that echoes a similar Tesco deal, but it also comes with a number of caveats. First of all: it's possible to get many of these games for under £40 elsewhere, making for a false saving. Secondly, some of these games are still months from release and may well get cheaper down the line. Either way, now you know the facts, the choice is yours.
Friday Special Bundle over at IndieGala today......and it's a big one. 12 Steam keys in total all for a maximum (voluntary) £1.69!
(Steam pricing used)
Pay $1.00 or more to get these Steam games!
Pay $2.49 or more to get this bundle full of Steam games before price increases!Click here to read more...
Nintendo have one of the most impressive legacy games libraries of any publisher or console manufacturer, but they're also astonishingly bad at letting us buy them. The Wii U virtual console is full of holes and if new reports from a third-party partner are accurate, they may have now completely lost interest in bringing new SNES games to Wii U to focus on other platforms.Click here to read more...
Murdered: Soul Suspect is now available on PS3 for just £6.
In Murdered: Soul Suspect you play a dead detective solving his own murder. This is more of an old-school adventure game, a bit like LA Noire, but without the action bits. It's not had the best of reviews to be honest, but this is a tempting price nonetheless, especially as it's even cheaper than the last-gen versions. You'd be able to give this a go and sling it up on eBay when you're done and probably recoup most of your money.
Thanks to oUkTuRkEyIII.
For all our mixed feelings about Watch Dogs, we can't deny it's worth a look. And at £9.99 for a pre-owned PS4 or Xbox One copy, you'll have a lot of fun.
For the length of Watch Dogs' story, the unique hacking opportunities will keep you hooked, as there’s nothing else quite like it out there. But outside of the hacking, police chases go on too long, side-missions feel repetitive, the audio diaries or home hacks aren’t that interesting and never try to form a bigger picture of the story a la Assassin’s Creed’s extras. It’s a shame, as the game undoubtedly breaks new ground with the hacking opportunities both behind the wheel or when sneaking around on foot. Much like the first Assassin’s Creed, the game has struggled with its own hype, but as history shows, Ubisoft are more than capable of turning this into an essential series if they can make the world and the gameplay around the hacking more interesting too.