Project Cars is easily the best multi-platform racing game available on both PS4 and Xbox One, not that the competition is huge. This is the best price we've seen it for on the new-gen machines too. £27.99 is a great way for the game to mark its debut under that £30 barrier.
Project Cars likes to sit more on the simulation side of the track, but there are plenty of driving aids to ease newcomers into the experience and it's incredibly satisfying as you slowly adapt and turn more of them off when you tame the wild vehicles. A worthy alternative to the likes of DriveClub and Forza. Check out Jon's review for more information.
Thanks to oUkTuRkEyIII.
Dishonored: Definitive Edition is out now and should be on the radars of anyone that didn't play the original last-gen. There's a new video showing the difference between the old and new versions, which may tempt a double-dip purchase from first-time players. The inclusion of all the DLC is sweet incentive too. We've found the best PS4 and Xbox One prices for you.Click here to see prices and comparison video.
Despite being over a year old, Mario Kart 8 is one of those first-party Nintendo titles that simple refuses to go cheap. So much so, it's actually worth highlighting when you can get it for less than £30, like in this £29.95 deal.
On the other hand, you are paying for one of the best racing games of the last few years and an essential title if you didn't get it in a bundle already. Find out more in our extensive Mario Kart 8 Review. You'll definitely want to check out the super fast 200cc options too.
Been waiting for a hot deal for The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited on PS4? GC's hot offer is still in stock somehow at just £21.95. Xbox One owners are looking at £27.95 for the best offer today, but we've seen it for less before, so maybe hold on.
Don't worry about online subscription fees, they were dropped long ago for this title. There's plenty to do in the main game, but when you're done, take a look at the Imperial City DLC. Still not sure? Take a look at Jon's console review.
Despite being a brand new product, there's already an Extended Edition of Until Dawn. On the plus side, this retailer's price is even cheaper than the best deal we can find for the standard edition, making this the clear choice for horror movie fans wanting to see how Sony's long-awaited game holds up.
Until Dawn has been coming for years. Originally a PS3 Move title, the game has ditched the motion controller for DualShock 4 support on the PS4. It's looking like a lot of fun too and early reviews have been largely positive. This spin on the slasher horror movie has a bunch of teens trying to escape a masked murderer in what looks like Scream meets Heavy Rain. It's a bit of a quick-time-event fest, but with choices leading to possible perma-deaths of characters, replay value could be high. Want to know more? Then check out Jon's Until Dawn hands-on preview and keep an eye out for our full review whenever my postman gets his act together.
Short on time? Just want a roundup of today's cheap game deals? Well here you go, all our latest deals that are still in stock (at the time of writing). Stay tuned though, we might add a few on top of this article as we aim to bring you the best gaming prices the net has to offer around the clock.Click here to read more...
Hold onto your hats Amiibo fans, these two won't last long. These 8-bit 30th Anniversary Edition Mario Amiibo are available to preorder now for £13.95, which is admittedly slightly more than the regular RRP. Then again, it's nothing compared to the eBay prices we'll see later on. There are two variations, one with classic colours and another with the modern ones.
Order now for the release on September 11th.
That's a seriously heavy discount right there. For just £59.49 you can pick up a wireless Turtle Beach Ear Force Limited Edition Gaming Headset with Call of Duty: Ghosts branding. That's a massive £55 saving over the next best deal we can find. Hell, Amazon are still selling them for close to £200.
Note: This price will reduce to this price once it's in your basket, scroll down the listing page to see.
Thanks to BuzzDuraband.
Need a bit of traditional survival horror to hide away from all this summer sunshine nonsense (or torrential downpours)? Well, it's a good thing we've found a cracking PC deal for The Evil Within then.
The Evil Within is a return to traditional survival horror values with an unforgiving difficulty curve and a serious lack of ammo. Sounds harsh? That's the way the Resident Evil games used to be yanno (before all the zombies got motorbikes and machine guns). If Dark Souls was your introduction to tough gaming, you'll get a kick (and maybe a chainsaw to the face) from The Evil Within, be sure to check out the HD remake of the original Resident Evil too.
Thanks to greysquaill.
There's still three months to go until the latest COD title arrives, but if you're looking to secure a PC copy ahead of its release this deal is the best around by some margin. So far Black Ops III has been making some rather positive noises, with the multiplayer looking like good fun, the inclusion of 4-player co-op in the main campaign, and the promise of larger maps to accommodate for the increased player count. You can learn more about the changes in our article from earlier this year. Thanks to KarnageCentral @ HUKD!
While this isn't the lowest price we've seen for the Xbox One version, this listing is currently the cheapest around by over £3. Best of all, if you're still not sure you can now download a co-op enabled demo direct from Xbox Live (as well as the PSN) to help make your mind up. In our review we called Techland's latest "a diamond in the rough that really empowers you to revel in the design aspects of its zombie-infested sandbox," so to grab it for just over £20 isn't too shabby. Thanks to oUkTuRkEyIII @ HUKD!
Be sure to check out our Dying Light review for more details.
If you're a fan of the Resident Evil series and are currently subscribed to PlayStation Plus, you can show off your fandom by getting hold of this Character Avatar Pack for free. Just head to the PSN store, add them to your basket, and they're yours for as long as the subscription remains active. Thanks to Buzz for the find!
Well, that was quick. Then again, we're not too surprised considering how good its predecessor was. Having started a Kickstarter campaign for Divinity: Original Sin 2 yesterday, its developers Larian Studios were surprised to find that gamers are willing to throw money at a developer that keeps to their word and makes fantastic games. The campaign has raised over $600,000 so far - beating their target by $100,000 - and there's 34 days left to go.Click here to read more...
Here's yet another example of The Game Collection undercutting their own listing and making it £1 cheaper on eBay. Here's the big question, though - is that £1 reduction enough to feed your curiosity and find out if Knack really was that bad? Matt certainly didn't think so back in 2013, but many have jumped out in defense of the game since then. For £9 you could find out for yourself, or hope that Sony eventually decide to put it on PlayStation Plus, but who knows how long it'll be until that happens. Thanks to Buzz for the find!
Be sure to check out our Knack review for more details.
In a weird move, The Game Collection have decided to undercut the listing on their own website and make it cheaper over on eBay. Still, cheaper is cheaper, and that's fine with us. As for the game, it ended up being more of a tech demo than a definitive FPS experience, but the multiplayer is still a good romp and for just a pound it's definitely worth adding to your PS4 library. Cheers to Buzz for the find!
While we've seen bundles at a similar price in the past that come with a game and / or a small memory card, this deal is currently the cheapest around by about £20. So, if you're looking to experience the extensive 3DS game catalogue on the cheap, or want to buy a device that the kids won't be able to break the hinges on, this is is definitely worth considering. Thanks to Buzz for the heads-up!
Short on time? Just want a roundup of today's cheap game deals? Well here you go, all our latest deals that are still in stock (at the time of writing). Stay tuned though, we might add a few on top of this article as we aim to bring you the best gaming prices the net has to offer around the clock. We also have a review of One Piece: Pirate Warriors 3, Carl tells us why now is the time to check out The Secret World and we have a first look at Funcom's, The Park.Click here to read more...
Apparently, asking for just over £20 wasn't good enough a deal, so here's a sub-£20 offer for a year's worth of Xbox Live Gold. For those that don't know, a Gold subscription allows you to play Xbox 360 and Xbox one games online, gives exclusive discounts and even some freebies with the Games with Gold promotion - the latest of which are Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes, How to Survive: Storm Warning, and Metro: Last Light. Cheers to Buzz for the heads-up!
Be sure to bookmark our Xbox Live account deals guide to stay up to date with the latest cheap prices!
Last week I finally revisited The Secret World. After reviewing it at launch, calling it “a brave new world worth spending time in,” I gradually had less and less time to play it. This was despite former colleague Jon falling head over heels for it, proclaiming his love it again, and again, and again. I could only watch from the sidelines as the intrigue and mystery of its storyline evolved, new systems added to its class-free combat, and new dungeons opened, filled with brutal bosses to beat.
Last week, Funcom released Issue #12: To The Dark Tower Below. The new patch not only added in a new dungeon and open world content, but included new social features, a revamped currency system and daily rewards program. It’s not ground-breaking for the genre, but it’s an important step for The Secret World. You see, it not only gives former players a reason to return, but provides newcomers with the more accessible way to experience the game, as well as catch up with the rest of the community.
Basically, with Issue #12 live on the servers, now is the time to experience one of the most unique MMO properties on the market, and I’m going to explain why.Click here to read more...
Here's a fantastic price for the Limited Edition of Far Cry 4. Yes, when you click through the listing looks like the standard edition, but it's been confirmed you'll get the Limited Edition with this digital purchase. Best of all, you'll be saving a tenner over the next best offer, which is quite the bargain. The Limited Edition comes with the Hurk's Redemption missions, which apparently provides an extra hour of gameplay and a harpoon gun. Despite not quite matching its predecessor, we felt that Far Cry 4 was a "gorgeous, systems-oriented playground that provides endless hours of entertainment. And exploding elephants." Thanks to mrsusan74 @ HUKD!
Be sure to check out our Far Cry 4 review for more details.