While PS4 owners can still get a copy for £23.85, PC gamers can get an absolute steal with this deal thanks to the voucher code above. It's the lowest price we've seen for Mad Max, and beats the next best offer by a fair margin. While the opinion among industry critics has been split, gamers everywhere have been raving over Avalanche Studios open-world title. With vehicular combat, car customisation, RPG upgrades, and hand-to-hand scraps in the wasteland, it will will no doubt keep you busy for a while. Not bad for under £8, I'd say. Cheers to udhuk @ HUKD!
Be sure to check out our Mad Max review for more details.
If you missed the earlier deal from ShopTo's eBay store, fear not. With use of the voucher code above you can get it for slightly cheaper, which is fantastic considering you're getting the Uncharted Collection and the latest FIFA with it as well. Cheers to Buzz for the heads-up!
It's on of the lowest prices we've seen for The Old Blood, and is the best price around at the time of writing. Considering how you're getting a 6-hour long campaign that is up to the same standards as The New Order, this is a fantastic offer for the stand-alone expansion that holds is own as one of the best FPS experiences of the year. Cheers to Buzz for the heads-up!
Be sure to check out our Wolfenstein: The Old Blood review for more details.
The PS4 version has held its price fairly well, so this deal is definitely worth highlighting. With the latest squad listings and all manner of graphical improvements, the big new additions this time around are the FUT Draft mode, an improved Career mode, tutorial indicators for newcomers, and the inclusion of international female players.
A source of many a deal on a daily basis, CDkeys are joining in the Black Friday madness with a voucher code. While it will only work on selected products listed on their Black Friday page, it will knock 10% off the asking price. Highlights include Fallout 4 on PC, 12 months of Xbox Live Gold subscription, and Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection on PS4.
Another record low price here, beating the next best offer by a few pounds. While the opinion among industry critics has been split, gamers everywhere have been raving over Avalanche Studios open-world title. With vehicular combat, car customisation, RPG upgrades, and hand-to-hand scraps in the wasteland, it will will no doubt keep you busy for a while.
Be sure to check out our Mad Max review for more details.
Two retailers - one price - no arguement that it's a bargain. It's the cheapest we've seen for the post-apocalyptic RPG, and absolutely worth it at this price. Our review is oh-so-close, but the short of it is that it's a huge, wonderful open world that will steal hours away from your life. Seriously, for under £30 you'd be mad to miss this if you like your RPGs. Cheers to oUkTuRkEyIII & Raz @ HUKD!
Razer peripherals always tend to be on the more expensive side, but this offer brings it to the lowest price we've seen, beating the next cheapest deal by a tenner. Its mechanical keys are reportedly comfortable to use for both gaming and typing, but the big selling point is the Chroma adjustable backlighting. Colour code your layout for certain games, set the whole thing to neon pink, or have a rainbow - it's all up you. Thanks to chrisg123 @ HUKD!
This is probably the best value package you'll find today, and it's all thanks to this record low price. With 30 games bundled together for just a tenner, including Perfect Dark, Banjo-Kazooie, Killer Instinct Gold, Battletoads, Viva Pinata and more, it should keep those of you after some retro gaming action busy for a long, long time. Thanks to oUkTuRkEyIII @ HUKD!
Although there have been some pretty tasty deals already, tomorrow marks this year’s Black Friday, with Cyber Monday following soon after. Some of you may have already begun your Christmas shopping, but Black Friday usually signals the moment when retailers really start pushing their best deals. It can often be a lot to take in, but we’ve set up this guide to help you navigate the internet during this time of flash deals and (hopefully) ridiculous bargains.
Its prominence in the UK rose last year thanks to main high street retailers finally getting involved (and the ludicrous stampedes that occurred) but in case you have yet to learn what Black Friday is we’ve got the lowdown for you below:
What is Black Friday? Black Friday is the first Friday after Thanksgiving (yes, blame the US), and has therefore been a time when many consumers have had the day off and used the freedom to do a spot of Christmas shopping. As a result, many stores began gearing their key sales towards this date, and it's swelled into global retail phenomenon.
Why Black Friday? Perhaps it's because profits start swinging back into the black again around this time of year. Perhaps it's because of the horrors that customer-facing staff see every year as the stampeding hordes approach their doors. Wikipedia posits that the terms originated in Philadelphia, where it was "used to describe the heavy and disruptive pedestrian and vehicle traffic which would occur on the day after Thanksgiving".
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Black Friday is almost upon us, but that hasn't stopped deals like this one appearing early. While it doesn't come with a game, it is the cheapest for a 3DS console and is actually cheaper than the best offer for a 2DS at the time of writing. It's a mighty find saving overall, and it sets you up to be able to play a huge library of fantastic games for the handheld. Thanks to gooner for the heads-up!
While we don't usually highlight mobile deals, this freebie definitely deserves your attention. If you own an Android smartphone, all you need to do is sign up for Amazon Underground, download the app, and then hit the link above to download the full game for nothing. Considering it is not only one of the best Star Wars games ever made, but one of the best Sci-Fi RPGs, this is utterly unmissable if you're able to get hold of it. Thanks to delphinid @ HUKD!
With a saving of over a fiver compared to the next best offer, this is the cheapest price we've seen for this one. It should be noted that while you'll be buying this from uPlay, you will actually be getting a Steam code. Harnessing old school gameplay and pairing it up with a sense of style, we felt that The New Order a glorious return for the Wolfenstein franchise. It also proved that single-player-only FPS games still have a place in modern gaming. Oh, and there are killer robot dogs. So plus points all round, basically. Cheers to Buzz for the heads-up!
Be sure to check out our Wolfenstein: The New Order review for more details.
It's another potential misprice that could be revoked at a moments notice, but if it goes through you'll be getting the latest Halo game for a tenner. At that price it doesn't really matter if the game doesn't quite live up to expectations, because it's Halo 5 for just £10 a month after its release. Do be aware that charges under £50 include an additional £4 charge, but even with that on top this is still a fantastic deal. Thanks to LeedsLeedsLeeds @HUKD!
There's a huge probability that this is a mis-price and so it might not be honoured, but if it is you'll be getting the latest COD for under a tenner. Which is ridiculous. Do be aware that charges under £50 include an additional £4 charge, but even with that on top this is still a fantastic deal. Thanks to Change_Me @ HUKD!
Be sure to check out our Call of Duty: Black Ops III review for more details.
And the price keeps tumbling. This is the best deal we've seen for the Nathan Drake Collection, and it currently beats the next best offer by a huge margin. If you missed out on the Uncharted series during last-gen, or just want to stay busy until Uncharted 4, this is fantastic value. After all, you're basically getting three games at under a fiver each. Don't forget that you'll also get access to the Uncharted 4 beta with this purchase, which is due to kick off next month. Thanks to markt91 @ HUKD!
Be sure to check out our Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection review for more details.
No matter your console of choice, this is the cheapest listing for the latest Guitar Hero title, beating the previous-best listing by a fiver. While some argue that the in-game currency systems are a little convoluted, everything else about Guitar Hero Live hits the mark. Its rotating playlist of songs on GHTV mean there should be something new each week, and the truth is that the rhythm-matching gameplay is just as fun as it was during its initial hey-day. Thanks to BFG2015 @ HUKD!
Well this is a fantastic way to kick off what will be week filled with ridiculous deals. As the title explains, all you need to do is choose two of the three games mentioned above, and you'll be charged just £50. While Halo 5 has been around that price point recently, the fact you can get the latest Forza or Tomb Raider for that price as well is a fantastic deal. Act fast though, as this is (the first of many) a flash deal that will appear over the next seven days. Thanks to Danjw91 @ HUKD!
This isn't the cheapest we've seen it fall it, but it's a still a great price for a unique and surprisingly fun title. In our review we said that it was "a brilliant, anarchic and thoroughly intense way of experiencing this ridiculous grindhouse blasterpiece," and it might improve your typing skills in the process. Go on, slay some undead while you increase your productivity. Thanks to northy666 @ HUKD!
Be sure to check out our Typing of the Dead: Overkill review for more details.
It's only a slight decrease, but it's the cheapest price we've seen for the PC version so far. We called Syndicate a return to form for the Assassin's Creed series in our review, thanks to its back-to-basics approach and the exceptional world building of its Victorian-era London. Plus, you know, you get to hit people with a sword cane whilst wearing a top hat. That right there is worth the price of admission. Thanks to Danjw91 @ HUKD!
Be sure to check out our Assassin's Creed Syndicate review for more details.