£18.79 is absolutely crazy for 12 months of Xbox's Live subscription, to put it in short its £1.56 per month. We're not going to see better than that anytime soon. Add to that the upcoming lineup for September's Game with Gold and its quite easy to see how much of a guaranteed winner Xbox owners are onto.
It hasn’t been a smooth launch for its multiplayer component, and the single player campaign still won’t win any awards, but the latest effort from DICE is certainly the best Battlefield experience we’ve seen for a quite a while. Thanks to a rather shiny Frostbite 3 engine, and an array of social features with Battlelog, Battlefield 4 on PC might well be one of the best multiplayer titles of the year. - Battlefield 4 Review | Locked & Loaded (PC)
I say it over and over, nothing will ever live up to the multiplayer fun of Battlefield: Bad Company 2, but if something was to have a great attempt it would be Battlefield 4. If you own a PlayStation 3 but don't own Battlefield 4, at £5 now is the time to rectify that.
When we're discussing the pricing of a PlayStation 4 console, we generally want to be looking around the £250 mark for the solus, which is what currently makes this purchase a bargain. The supermarket's site is currently offering the PlayStation 4 plus two games from a great selection of either:
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FIFA 16 releases for console this upcoming September 15th (check out the lowest available prices). With FIFA, comes unfortunately high levels of frustration. So we think its best to always have a spare Dualshock 4 controller for when RapidSkillz010101 is hammering you 5-1 and you uncharacteristically launch your DS4 towards the wall at accelerated speeds. We're caring like that.
Alternatively, if you want something a tad more limited edition, then Gamestop also have a listing for the 20th Anniversary Edition DS4 at only £44.97, which is a nice £5 saving on the next best price.
Credit to duncthow and spark on HUKD for the heads up.
Graphically-speaking, Until Dawn is already looking gorgeous, especially when it comes to facial expressions and character models. We'll need to genuinely care about the cast in order to want to keep replaying the campaign, so it's very much a case of graphics serving gameplay as opposed to meaningless technical one-upmanship. A breezy preview is nowhere enough hands-on time to make a value judgement, but it is enough to know that Until Dawn is headed down an interesting track. We love the idea of its branching narrative and eminently replayable structure, but whether it actually delivers is another matter entirely. - PREVIEW | Until Dawn lets you choose who dies
Granted, it's a bundle copy, but £33.99 for a game released yesterday is definitely a must have, assuming bundle copies don't bother you so much.
Keep your eyes peeled for the Dealspwn review of Until Dawn coming soon.
Consider Mortal Kombat X your first essential fighting game of the new generation of consoles. It's best enjoyed with local friends thanks to the easily memorised combos and buckets of gory X-Ray moves and finishers. The story and lengthy Tower options will pad out the single-player experience, but the online match ups are reserved for the more hardcore player. - Mortal Kombat X Review | Gore galore
Its Mortal Kombat X's lowest price yet and an absolute bargain when compared to its £34.99 Steam Store pricing. Remember to head over to the CDKeys Facebook page to grab that 5% discount code. It may only be a 26p voucher saving, but, a saving is a saving!
To show its age, FIFA 13 was a launch title on the Wii U and is the only FIFA available on the Nintendo platform. Regardless of your love for football games, its most definitely worth pointing out that even if you don't intend to play the game, it will: A: bolster up that Wii U game collection and B: award you some extremely cheap points for your soon to be closed Club Nintendo account.
Check out Jon's FIFA 13 On Wii U At Launch article for more info detailing the gameplay modes and features of the Wii U's FIFA 13.
We wanted more. We wanted bigger. We wanted better, brasher, bolder and badasser. Borderlands 2 takes care of business. - Borderlands 2 Review | MOAR!
I'd be surprised if there was a gamer on the planet yet to play Borderlands 2, and if there is, you really should be ashamed of yourselves. Fear not though, all can be rectified now at only £2.39 using discount code AUG-DEALS-MAIL25.
Be prepared to put “just one more turn” back into your vocabulary as the King of strategy games returns to its throne. Beautifully crafted and additively fun to play, its few minor flaws are overshadowed by the playability of its new simplified UI and gameplay in a sequel well worth the wait. - Sid Meier's Civilization V Review
£3.69 for the base game of Civilization V alone would be a crazy price, add to that the game of the year content and you are seriously getting a great amount of gaming for such little cost.
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Mapping numerous attacks to the face buttons is yet another departure from classic turn-based gameplay, but it seems to be giving the combat a slick feel and it may well offer more depth than the last two XIII games, which bored even the most dedicated fans to tears on the battlefield. When playing XIII-2 my PS3 died and I Iost my save file from the last boss stage of the game. Instead of the blind rage that I felt at losing my progress in my other games, it felt like a relief that I wouldn’t have to play XIII-2 anymore to be honest. Call me a glutton for more punishment and heartbreak, but I find -again- I’m willing to give the XIII series another chance. - Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII Hands-On Preview
Q.U.B.E really is brilliant and a must have for any gamer. Honestly, regardless of your love for puzzle games I can't urge you enough to try Q.U.B.E. The game was originally released back in 2011 with a Director's Cut released just this year that added a new storyline and soundtrack to the game.
"Q.U.B.E. is unquestionably fun, it's simplistic and it's addictive. Unfortunately the addiction soon becomes Q.U.B.E.'s downfall as the increasing desire to have 'just one more go' soon turns Q.U.B.E. into a 4-5 hour game. Can its £7.99 price tag really be justified for that?" - Q.U.B.E. Director's Cut Review | Thinking outside the box
There is unquestionably no mistaking the intended direction of Toxic Games’ FPS puzzler release Q.U.B.E. From the moment you jump into the game it’s hard to hide from the fact its instant comparative similarities to the Portal series.
Last year’s release of the Director’s Cut addition to Q.U.B.E. introduced a whole new storyline with a different soundtrack and added puzzle depth to its original 2011 release. It’s an incredibly entertaining puzzle game, which will quite effectively satisfy most gamers and has now made its way to the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
The game in itself is straightforward; you awake in a futuristic room, progressing through various rooms using the four different cube types available to manipulate each room’s environments helping you progress into to the next room. Red cubes act as a simple extendable platform, yellow cubes act in the same way that a three tiered stairway would, blue is utilised as a springboard mechanism, with purple cubes allowing you to rotate the position of structures such as walls.Click here to read more...
We challenge anybody sat on the fence with the Nintendo Wii U to resist this beauty of an offer. At only £124.99 this is the lowest price we have seen the console available from a UK retailer (apart from the freak £99 flash offering from John Lewis last year).
Thanks for b_nar on HUKD for the tip off.
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. - The Witcher III: Wild Hunt Review | An unpolished classic?
The Witcher 3 is worth double this asking price and is a must have for all gamers. £14.25 is currently the lowest we have seen this drop to on the PC. Make sure to head over to their Facebook page to grab that 5% discount code.
In the market for a Playstation 4 camera? Then look no further. This offer from Gamestop sees the PlayStation 4 camera listed at £7 cheaper than the next best competitive price.
There isn't an overly massive amount of things you can do with the PlayStation 4 camera apart from unsuccessful attempts at Just Dance or maybe a few voice commands for switching weapons in Tomb Raider.
A must buy for pool fans at a very reasonable £4.99. The AI is ridiculously tough from the start, but if you play your own game there’s lots of pool table action to be had. The user-friendly trick shot implementation raises Pool Nation high above the competition. Keep your fingers crossed for a Vita version soon too. - Pool Nation Review | The Real Hustle King?
It's definitely a Steam title that we see come up on sale quite a lot as games, but at only £1.25, I think we have seen the lowest (split) price for this amazing game to date.
Hump Day is upon us again. This week's Indie Gala Hump Day Bundle #8 brings us 12 Steam games from as little as £1.85.
Pay $1.00 (67p) or more to get these Steam games!
Pay $2.89 (£1.85) or more to get this bundle full of Steam games and SAVE OVER 96% before price increases!Click here to read more...
Todays sees more games added to the ever growing list of titles available in this years Playstation Summer Sale.
Remember to bookmark our PlayStation + and PSN Gift Cards cheap deals guide for all the latest and best pricing on Playstation wallet credit and PS+ subscriptions.
We know commitment isn't for everybody, and we fully appreciate that. But, 12 months Xbox Live Gold subscription on the CDKeys website is priced at £21.84 (using the Facebook code), today's daily deal will net you (on assumption of a double purchase) 14 month's Xbox Live Gold for only £20.90! Try arguing with that.
Of course, as always. Remember to head over to their Facebook page to pick up that 5% discount code.
Club Nintendo will unfortunately close it's doors on September 30th, but don't worry, it's going out with somewhat of a bang. The above 5 trophies have now been added to the Stars Catalogue for all gamers with the 5000 stars asking price to purchase (that sadly doesn't involve me).Click here to read more...