This has to be the lowest we have seen a 12 month Playstation Plus subscription for a good while and is just over £7 cheaper than purchasing from the Playstation Store.
If you haven't heard already you might want to check out July's Instant Game Collection for all PS+ subscribers starting July 7th.
Though there are a fair few AAA multiplatform games of note, it's also impressive to see just how many new and exciting experiences have made their way to the platform or are even being adapted from the PC for an entirely new audience.
Ori And The Blind Forest may not be the biggest game of the year, but it's a truly lovely little thing regardless.
It's a magical experience, from its unique platforming gameplay to its emotional story and eyepopping art direction, and shows that the Xbox One is doing its best to provide a true breadth of software. An oft-forgotten gem and one that we weren't able to secure to review back when it first launch. Now, finally, we can do it justice.Click here to read more...
I think some people get a little nervous and apprehensive at the thought of navigating a website with a different language content than they are generally used to. There is absolutely no reason to guys, with the help of Google Chrome and Amazon's convertor it's a breeze and as simple as ordering from Amazon.co.uk.
If you use Google Chrome then their inbuilt translator will unscramble all that Italian text into plain English for you and Amazon even display the GBP price delivered before you click that all important 'purchase' button. Honestly, it's as easy as that.
Despite the limitations of its aging engine, Telltale have managed to replicate the world of Westeros in its cel-shaded art style. More than that, the dangers and intrigue from Game of Thrones are there, and if Iron From Ice is any indication, we could be in for an enjoyable yet emotional charged journey to save House Forrester. - Game of Thrones Episode 1: Iron From Ice Review | “The North will remember that”
Please note: Requires a Telltale Games account to play. Code provided after purchase is redeemed on Telltale Games' website.
I would definitely urge you to check out more of Carl's Game of Thrones reviews including:Click here to read more...
We've seen it at £18.99 recently before it took a rather upsetting rise back up the monetary scale. We don't care though because it is definitely worth Base's £18.99 asking price twice over.
Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate is utterly magnificent. Newfound vertical freedom, extraordinary new monsters and native 3DS multiplayer makes for the best game in the series to date, coupled with a much more compelling storyline and some killer new features.Click here to read more...
Gamestop, Tesco, Sainsburys and Amazon have all had their chances to show us just how low they can drop the price for the Dualshock 4 controller. Enter Game with today's daily deal...
Obviously you're going to be able to drop these even further if you have Game reward points just sat there doing nothing on your account.
Thanks for FantasyDeals on HUKD for the find.
[UPDATE] 22:00: PSN is now showing as 'All Services are up and running'
It seems to be a growing trend does this situation, whenever there is a public holiday in the US we can always expect the Playstation Network to also take one. Unfortunately the Playstation Network is currently down with all services apart from 'PlayStation®Vue' showing a red light status.
Sony have responded to the issue with a Tweet letting us all know that they are aware of the situation and are investigating it.
We're aware that PSN is experiencing connectivity issues. Thank you for your patience as we investigate. http://t.co/0H0knwwmPY
— Ask PlayStation (@AskPlayStation) July 3, 2015
As it's Friday night and the PSN is down you may as well take to Twitter with the rest of the angry mob and share your own personal feelings, or you could tell us below in a more calmer fashion. Your choice.
The Wolf Among Us: Episode 1 grabs us by the throat, shakes us out and leaves us begging for more. A superb detective story with shocking twists, complex characters and meaningful choices galore, brought to life in Willingham's daring and imaginative Fables setting. Though we can't get the full measure of the series until we can experience it in its entirety, we suspect that this could be the start of something truly magnificent. - The Wolf Among Us: Episode 1 Review | Shrek For The Drive Generation
It's not often you see a deal across four consoles at the same price. Happy days for all concerned.
If you fancy checking up on the rest of Jon's reviews for The Wolf Among Us please do feel free to check out:Click here to read more...
It's day one of the Humble Store's DRM-Freeeeeedom sale with some great titles on DRM free games (don't worry, they come with Steam keys also).
Watch Dogs has received a bit of a love / hate reception from the fans who were massively hyped up regarding the release of the game by Ubisoft. Regardless at only £18.99 on Xbox One for the Vigilante Edition it's pretty hard not to be tempted don't you think?
The listing does state Nordic which is a tad strange as the same listing also refers to the pack language and game language as English.
Watch Dogs Vigilante Edition includes:Click here to read more...
It's Independence Day tomorrow over in the good 'ol United States of America which is generally better for us than it is them given the conversion rates....winner!
Retroism have just launched their July 4th Independence Sale with a fair few titles and bundles on offer:
IndieGala have launched a new bundle, but embarrassingly they seem to have misspelled "independence." Never mind, though, because you'll get eight indie...
...oh. Now I get it. Indiependence. How drôle. Anyway, you'll get 8 Steam indie games and 2 DLC packs for £1.27, which is a bargain and a half.
Thanks to jaystan @ HUKD!Click here to read more...
GOG.com's weekend sale is now live, imaginatively titled 'come out and play.' And no, The Warriors isn't included. Put those empty bottles away.
You might not know this, but Nintendo actually hired Sony to create a new console and CD-based storage solution for them many years ago... before Ninty stabbed them in the back and partnered with Phillips at the eleventh hour. Sony then took their ideas and turned it into the original PlayStation, but there must have been some prototypes knocking around back when the two companies were working together.
Apparently one of these prototypes has now been found.Click here to read more...
Stock is low on this one guys so I won't beat around the bush. Get to Tesco and buy it now.
Link Between Worlds is a fantastic game that most definitely needs your time and money. Despite its sequel status it brings plenty of new ideas to the table, the majority of which work very well, and some are truly inspired. The item loan system is the only blemish on an otherwise perfect scorecard that stop it from reaching the upper echelons of Zelda greatness. - The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds Review | A Tribute to the Past
Horizon: Zero Dawn was one of the biggest highlights of Sony's E3 2015 press conference, seeing as it looks utterly incredible. And stars massive robot dinosaurs.
Guerilla Games have now released a new version of the trailer with commentary from the team, breaking it down to reveal more details and gameplay features. Check it out below!Click here to read more...
There's a difference between a good deal and a good game, so let's put our cards on the table. Motorcycle Club is astonishingly cheap on PS4 at less than a tenner, which is a fantastic price and a big saving. However, it's also really, really bad. Go in with your eyes open on this one, folks.
It's worth pointing out that CEX will give you £14 worth of vouchers if you trade-in.
People keep telling me that the PlayStation Vita is dead. Hell, even Sony referred to it as a "legacy platform."
I've said it before and I'll say it again: you're wrong!
Now we're halfway through the year, it's the perfect time to look back at an exceptional six months of handheld gaming. Though we've already covered the Top Ten PS4 games of 2015 so far, I had to combine the 3DS and Wii U to bulk out yesterday's list.
The Vita, conversely, can easily carry one all by itself thanks to a range of exquisite localised Japanese titles, cross-play greats and more. Naturally we've linked to our reviews and the best prices on the internet for your convenience.
Steins;Gate is a true modern classic, not just as a videogame or visual novel, but as a work of fiction and a story for the ages regardless of medium. You owe it to yourself to pick up Steins;Gate, and when you do, buy it on Vita. The new handheld version is the best of the bunch due to its gorgeously crisp screen and built-in convenience features.
Steins;Gate presents a truly captivating and uncompromising storyline with exquisite characters, powerful themes and often heartbreaking choices to make. It's a beautiful, essential thing. - 10/10 reviewClick here to read more...