For this week only you can grab Mass Effect on PC from the Steam store for just £1.99. Mass Effect is without a doubt one of the most popular games of all times so if you are yet to play it you should grab it before the 75% discount ends.
Thanks to Jaystan @ HUKD for another great find.
Shopto have extended their pay day sale and also discounted a couple more games. The one that stuck out for me was Toukiden: Kiwami on the Playstation Vita for £21.85, the game also comes bundle with exclusive armour DLC at no extra cost. For people reading who are new to the series then the first game Toukiden: The Age of Demons is also included with the game.
We think the complete Thief Collection for £6.59 is an utter steal at only £6.59 given that it includes:
At long last, one of the Early Access darlings has left the comforting bosom of beta and entered the big wide world of v.1.0. Kerbal Space Program has launched and we already know it's brilliant.
What you might not know is that you can save an absolute packet with this voucher code deal. Green Man Gaming's £22.49 launch sale price can be brought down to a tasty £18.00, which is a seriously impressive saving considering that it commands a £29.99 RRP.
Good luck building and launching your own rockets! I suppose that we'd better review it now, then.
As Shopto's Payday sale has been extended, Along come more great offers! Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate is no exception at £19.85!
Monster Hunter, as ever, feels like no other series out there in terms of tone. We find ourselves in a fantastical land of dinosaurs, talking cats and brave townships clinging to life on the edge of a wild and deadly frontier. Believable and coherent art design ties everything together, allowing us to believe in the low-tech tribal setting, yet loads of colour and cheeky humour permeates every aspect of the game; taking itself only as seriously as it has to and feeling totally unique in the process.
Check out our review, We gave it a worthy 10/10!
It's a seriously good haul, containing eight Steam games for just $1.99. Here's what you'll get:
Have you been answering questions you don't really care about for free money on your Android device? I have and now have the perfect excuse to spend it all. SNK are holding a sale on both Google Play and the Apple App Store for some extremely good classic titles.
Call Of Duty: Black Ops III broke cover over the weekend, as I'm sure you know. The hype train is already rolling in advance of its November 6th launch following the reveal trailer, news of a beta and loads of leaked intel about what Treyarch's third game plans to bring to the table.
To be frank, we're really rather excited.
Professional detachment and Treyarch's past form aside, Black Ops III is making some very encouraging noises and seems dead-set on fixing one of the biggest problems with the series so far. The singleplayer campaign.
Call Of Duty is famed for its multiplayer, of course, but many players have forgotten that COD 4: Modern Warfare also delivered one of the most impressive FPS campaigns of the last console generation. It may have been bombastic and intense, but it also delivered a uniquely thought-provoking perspective on war, focusing on the personal cost in some unforgettable and surprisingly intimate sequences. Coupled with some sensational set pieces (All Ghillied Up will remain a timeless classic), it was an underrated component of a deservedly lauded shooter.Click here to read more...
It's that time again. The IndieGala Every Monday Bundle for this week is now live!
Pay $1.89 (£1.25) or more to get these Steam games before price increases!
In all honesty there is a couple of positively reviewed games in their with some mixed feelings across the others. The general mindset with One Late Night is pretty much not to touch it with a barge pole, but hey it's £1.25 for 6 Steam keys, so as always.....I'm in.
You can grab the Every Monday Bundle at this special price for the next 24 hours.
Green Man Gaming have launched a new voucher code, which knocks 20% off of all digital games (not including VIP deals).
So DiRT Rally is happening, then.
Without any warning, Codemasters have deployed the latest DiRT title onto Steam Early Access with a £24.99 price point, promising that there will be no microtransactions as the game evolves with feedback from the community over the coming months.
We've got all the details and debut trailer below.Click here to read more...
If you head over to the Mspoints store via Rakuten you can get your hands on some very cheap Xbox Live points. You will need to use the Rakuten 15% discount code to get the discounted prices. Click the links below to be taken to the store page for the amount you would like to buy.
For today & tomorrow the 15% discount code is APROFFERDAY1&2
Nintendo has revealed this week's clutch of 3DS and Wii U digital deals, and they're actually well worth a look.
Chief among them is the mighty Sin & Punishment: Successor of the Skies. This sensational shooter is getting a new lease of life on the Wii U eShop, and will cost a meagre £13.49 during launch week before rebounding back up to £17.99. It's utterly superb, so don't miss your chance to save a few quid!
In other news, there's also new Super Smash Bros Mewtwo DLC with a discount for buying on both platforms, a cross-platform Kirby promotion and some deals from Activision. As always the store will update on Thursday night, so why not prepare by picking up some cheap eShop credit?Click here to read more...
Using today's voucher code you can get the cheapest price yet for Dark Souls II: Scholar of the First Sin on PS4 and Xbox One - £28.04.
If you've been enjoying Bloodborne lately, there's every chance you'll enjoy Dark Souls even though you may originally have skipped the series last-gen. This new-gen edition includes lots of DLC, superior visuals, faster frame-rate and remxied item/enemy placements to throw off the veterans too. Be sure to take a look at Jon's review.
Black Ops 3 may have broken cover, but if you want to catch up with the first game in the trilogy, you can now grab a Steam code for just £5.69 today.
For me, Treyarch's games deliver the best singleplayer campaigns since the original Modern Warfare, and Black Ops was brilliant. Amazing set pieces and a powerful storyline, though respawning enemies can annoy.
As paid Steam mods continue to evoke a passionate reaction both for and against, Gabe Newell has finally spoken out to defend the controversial new scheme while confirming that Valve won't be doing any policing or curation themselves... but will it satisfy the 120,000+ gamers who signed a petition against the new program over the weekend?Click here to read more...
You can now get The Witcher 3 and GTA V for free with a graphics card that should be capable of crushing both of them. The ASUS Strix GTX 970 is a great piece of kit, making this an impressive deal if you're not holding out for a price drop.
As pointed out by charliegilmanuk on HUKD, who originally spotted this offer, you'll need to click the 'bundle' tab in order to add GTA V to your basket for free. Then send your name, order number and email address to [email protected] to claim your free copy of The Witcher 3.
Save yourself a few quid with this deal for Kingdom Hearts 2.5 HD Remix for £12.70 on PS3 - the cheapest price I've seen in a while yet. That's a lot of Disney/Square-Enix mashup for your money.
If you're yet to pick up Kingdom Hearts 1.5 Remix, you can pick it up at for £11.65 by using the same code.
Like the first collection, we’re getting the fancy pants versions of the games that were previously not seen on these shores. So you can look forward to Kingdom Hearts II Final Mix and the formerly PSP-only Kingdom Hearts: Birth By Sleep Final Mix. A compilation of HD’d (yes, it is a word) cutscenes from the Nintendo DS title Kingdom Hearts Re:coded (not a word) has also been included to attempt to bring you up to date with the complex branching plotlines as the series has spread like wildfire across numerous consoles and handhelds. I’d be surprised if Kingdom Hearts III arrives this year, but even so, you better get cracking. Oh and Square, feel free to include Pixar stuff over Frozen, that snowman twerp is not joining my party.
Thanks to Sheogorath.
Happy birthday, Games Republic! To celebrate their first year of trading, they've thrown a massive sale with party bags for everyone.
Here's how it works. If you register a new account you'll get Anomaly: Korea for free. If you buy anything you'll get Anomaly 2 for free. Note that the free game codes will be emailed later today as opposed to instantly added to your account. Here are the highlights, courtesy of the legendary jaystan @ HUKD.
Bad news for horror fans over the weekend as we discover that Silent Hills has been caught in the crossfire between Konami and Kojima. According to actor Norman Reedus and director Guillermo Del Toro, the project has now been cancelled outright or shelved indefinitely, with everyone involved now drifting in the wind.
Konami has confirmed that Reedus has been cut loose, but still haven't officially confirmed or denied whether Silent Hills is dead in the water. Considering that they're removing interactive teaser PT from PSN this week, though, we reckon the gun is pretty much smoking at this point.
It's a damn shame too, because we (and gamers in general) were rather looking forward to this exciting collaboration. The three of us have put our heads together in an effort to process the situation -- so here's what we made of it.
With all the talk of Kojima being pushed out the Konami doors after Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain is complete, it comes as no surprise to hear that Silent Hills is dead. Konami haven't officially said the game is cancelled, but they have expired their contract with actor Norman Reedus and Guillermo del Toro has been quoted as saying Silent Hills is "not gonna happen." Konami have said they will continue to work on the Silent Hill series, but they make no mention of their intentions with Silent Hills in a Q&A with Eurogamer.
With the P.T. teaser demo being pulled from PSN this week, it looks like Konami are clearing house, like the project never happened. To be honest, we don't really know how far along the game's development was and we understand it would be a different experience than the P.T. demo. Fans are understandably disappointed though as the demo was one of the most well-received horror experiences in gaming for years.Click here to read more...