Slightly cheaper than the deal I posted at 1am today you can now order a PS4 copy for just £22. We're surely looking at a hot contender for Game of the Year here. Find out why.
There's a lot of free DLC to download right now, and the expansions are looking like great value for money as I discussed here: Are Fallout 4 and Witcher III a turning point for Season Passes? The game picked up one of our Editor's Choice awards in my review: "While the decidedly average combat and alarming number of technical gremlins are disappointing for a title that's been in development for so long, The Witcher III: Wild Hunt is still a must-buy title for genre fans. The Northern Kingdoms is vast and beautiful setting, packed with unique adventures and touching tales that you'll find away from the beats of the main story. A title to truly lose yourself in."Click here for more Witcher 3 articles.
ShopTo's eBay store currently has a great Xbox One console bundle. For just £223.99 you can get the console along with Rare Replay and Ori and the Blind Forest. Act fast as stock is already limited.
Thanks to millarcat.
Lego Jurassic World is bound to be a much-requested movie this Christmas, but this game will last much longer. £22.86 is one of the best deals we've seen in a while for the PS4 version. You're looking at at least £27 elsewhere.
There are some infuriating bugs in Lego Jurassic World, especially Trophies not pinging for player two or invisible QTE buttons, but there's well other 30 hours of game here with the inclusion of action from all four movies. Don't expect much innovation, but Telltale have done a great job of giving a Lego makeover to memorable scenes from all the movies. Take a look at my Lego Jurassic World review for more.
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This new version of Destiny is packed with value as it includes the base game, the original Season Pass expansion content (House of Wolves and The Dark Below) as well as the new expansion The Taken King. Today's sale price is comfortably cheaper than the competition too. Amazon are selling the PS4 version for just £26.
There are some radical changes to the way the XP system works in Destiny too when The Taken King arrives. Essentially, the annoying Light system that forced you to equip certain items if you wanted the level boost is being replaced with something similar to the way you levelled up on the way to Lv.20. These are exciting times and it looks like Bungie are making a solid effort at bringing lapsed players back and giving them all the content in this edition seems like a smart move as it's only about £10-£15 more than the base game now. If you want to know more about Destiny's changes and what they mean for players, check out Carl's Destiny: The Taken King review.
Tearaway was one of the finest titles on the PS Vita and we're delighted to see the game given a PS4 remix, if not a little sad we're not getting a Vita sequel. This deal is the cheapest price yet.
Here's a sample of my review: Tearaway Unfolded has found a new home on the PS4 and contains plenty of new ways to use the DualShock 4 for unique in-game interactions. It's still worth owning if you've played the Vita version too. Difficulty is nicely balanced for players of all abilities and there are lots of collectibles for completionists to find.
You can now get a used copy of Rise of the Tomb Raider for just £24.99. The same site has it on offer for £29.99 new, which is cheaper than anywhere else.
[UPDATE: Zavvi have the game in stock at £27.99 new]
Lara's latest adventure is another fantastic entry in the series. The world is bigger than the last game too and there are many more optional tombs to explore. The story is pretty poor, but there's no faulting the action as you're generally free to approach combat with all guns blazing, or opt for a stealthier approach.
Thanks to oUkTuRkEyIII.
Bought an Xbox One, but just want to play old games? Well, you may as well play through some old favourites with Halo: The Master Chief Collection, which is now available for £17.86 via the voucher code below.
This collection includes the Anniversary editions of Halo and Halo 2, Halo 3 and Halo 4. Add in a 60 frames per second makeover and multiplayer modes that involve over 100 maps. Mmm, that's a lot of maps. The multiplayer has been a bit inconsistent online so far, but a massive update has fixed most of the issues, so maybe it's finally safe to get involved.
PES 2016 (or Pro Evolution Soccer) is out now and is a fine alternative to FIFA 16. Better yet, this Xbox One deal is miles cheaper than the best deals for EA's game.
Try the demo first if you like. The critics have been largely favouring Konami's latest over FIFA though. Unlike FIFA, PES doesn't have an inexplicable Jordan Henderson appearance on the front cover. It's the little things.
Thanks to BuzzDuraband.
Let's not hang about, as stock is already low on this hot PS4 console bundle.
It's ridiculously expensive going to the cinema nowadays and there hasn't been a decent horror film in ages. Instead, you'd be much better off spending the money on a copy of Until Dawn, it's one of the best PS4 games of the year.
Not sure? Then check out my Until Dawn review. This interactive horror movie is heaps of fun and packed with moments that'll have you and anyone watching jumping out of their skin. Being able to kill off characters you don't like is more fun than you'll want to admit. You'll definitely want to play it more than once too to put the cast through hell again and again.
This neat retro PS1-themed wallet sold out super quick last time we posted it, so don't dawdle if you want one. This is also the cheapest price I've ever seen it go for.
The original PlayStation's design lends itself rather well to a wallet design with a bi-fold button-snap flap where the disc cover would be. Inside you'll find a fold for cash, a zipped coin compartment and a few jagged slots for cards, giving you a decent view of what's what rather than a mere slice at the top. It looks like there are some slip compartments underneath the cards and coin areas too. Now, let's see someone do something for the PS2, Xbox and GameCube please.
Thanks to goonertillidie.
Dragon Age: Inquisition racked up a few Game of the Year awards in 2014 and PS4 owners can now pick up a digital copy for just £17.99 in the PSN Black Friday Sale if you have a PS+ membership.
Inquisition proved to be so much more than a way to pass the time before The Witcher III arrived and should be snapped up by any RPG fan (and yes, it's way better than the last game). By the time you've finished this lengthy epic, you never know, The Witcher III may be a bit cheaper too. Keep checking in for more #gamedealalerts on Dealspwn.com and follow us over on Twitterand Facebook for by-the-minute updates, and bookmark our games deals stream for further savings!
For less than the price of two pints there are hours of fun to be had here with Sega's third-person shooter on PS3 via PSN.
The futuristic setting sees you take on a robotic army consisting of basic grunts as seen above and giant mecha-spiders. The procedural damage that each bullet inflicts is a gun nut's joy to behold as you tear chunks of metal from the enemy with each shot. You get to boss around a squad too, including a French robot. Don't ask, just get stuck in.
Been waiting for a hot deal for The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited on PS4 and Xbox One? This excellent price is still in stock somehow at just £17.85.
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.
Thanks to MrShiz.
Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel is down to its cheapest price yet on PS3. £3.99 is a ridiculously hot deal and shouldn't be missed.
The Handsome Collection on PS4/XO includes a next-gen version of the Pre-Sequel and Borderlands 2, but most prices are around the £25 mark, which is all sorts of grim for old rope with a smidge of polish. Whereas picking up this version will save you loads, especially if you've already played the hell out of Borderlands 2.
Thanks to loopylloyd.
Cheers, Base.com. You're now selling Mad Max for less than I'm trying to flog my copy for on eBay. Ass-hats. While I'd certainly advise taking a look at my review before buying, this Mad Max Xbox One price is the best I've seen since the game's release. PS4 buyers are looking at £24.99.
To be honest, I wasn't impressed with Mad Max, as you can see in my review. That said, some fans are really enjoying it so far, and at might be worth a look if you're looking for a new open world title with sand and waiting as main features.
We're surely looking at a hot contender for Game of the Year here. Find out why from just £23.99.
There's a lot of free DLC to download right now, and the expansions are looking like great value for money as I discussed here: Are Fallout 4 and Witcher III a turning point for Season Passes? The game picked up one of our Editor's Choice awards in my review: "While the decidedly average combat and alarming number of technical gremlins are disappointing for a title that's been in development for so long, The Witcher III: Wild Hunt is still a must-buy title for genre fans. The Northern Kingdoms is vast and beautiful setting, packed with unique adventures and touching tales that you'll find away from the beats of the main story. A title to truly lose yourself in."Click here to read more...
Even one year after (re)release, the PS4 and Xbox One version of Grand Theft Auto V annoyingly still sell at close to full price. This £29.99 offer is one of the best prices I've seen for the game in the last 12 months. I know, it's still too bloody high.
This new-gen version of GTA features improved graphics, a new first-person view and tonnes more extra features that make it one of the better remasters out there. It's good to hear that online heists have finally made their way to the game too! Take a look at the recent Freemode updates for the online game.
Like men in underpants acting poorly and slapping each other about? It's ok, we can't let go of the 90s either.
Considering the next best price for this is £38, you should be all over this sweaty pant fest.
Thanks to Conway990.
Black Friday is off to a booming start by smashing a fiver off a deal I posted yesterday afternoon. Let's hope we see more of this. Sure the PS4 version only looks a little better than its PS3 sibling, but they're the same price now. So go next-gen yeah?
Here the short version of my Tales of Zestiria review: Tales of Zestiria is passable in most departments, but it makes no real effort to excel at anything. The combat and visuals aren't aging well and the story and characters are clichéd, even for a JRPG. There's some fun to be found fusing equipment, but overall the series needs to up its game.
Thanks to FantasyDeals.