Make sure to use Rakuten Voucher Code FEB15%OFF.
The Legend Of Zelda: Majora's Mask has dropped another quid since yesterday, and it's a game that's well worth experiencing whether you're a Zelda neophyte or series veteran. For my money, Majora's Mask is a richer and more interesting game than Ocarina -- and though I'm not going to get on any Christmas card lists for saying this, it has certainly aged much better than its predecessor too. Thanks maverikk!
We love Kirby, the adorable ravenous serial cannibal, and Kirby & The Rainbow Paintbrush is a fantastic idea. Using the Wii U GamePad, we'll create clay ropes for Kirby to swing around on and blast enemies away, finally using the touchscreen for more than just browsing.
It reviewed well Stateside, and if you want to pre-order, you can buy Kirby and Kirby and the Rainbow Paintbrush for just £26.95 at The Game Collection.
There's some confusion about whether the game is called Kirby and the Rainbow Paintbrush or Kirby and the Rainbow Curse, since the title differs depending on your side of the Atlantic. Thanks Gamer_U!
Final Fantasy Type-0 is out next month, and I'm actually more excited for the game itself than the Final Fantasy XV demo everyone seems to be so obsessed with. Type-0 is generally hailed to be a fantastic game that was cruelly never localised for the West, with great characters and surprisingly enjoyable combat, meaning that the fact we get to play it has to be worth celebrating.
That said, it should be on Vita. Porting a PSP game straight to new-gen consoles seems...ambitious.
We'll have a full review nearer the time, but for now, I daresay that plenty of you are looking for the cheapest pre-order price around, whether you're mainly waiting for the game or just see it as a wrapper for the juicy demo. You're in luck, as you can now get involved for just £27.92.
Make sure to use Rakuten Voucher Code FEB15%OFF. Thanks to uwantsum @ HUKD!
If you're big into Zelda and covet the limited edition box set of hardcover Prima Strategy Guides complete with collector's box and certificate of authenticity, you can now save the best part of £40 with this new deal.
Definitely one for the well-heeled Zelda elite, but a great price regardless. Thanks to ruiabreu @ HUKD and NeoTrix for the tip!
Arcadeart.co.uk specialise in creating gorgeous framed prince recreated pixel-by-pixel from original arcade cabinets.
"Every frame is custom made to fit the original aspect ratio of the artwork and each one is produced completely in-house, from the pixel-by-pixel restoration of original scanned artwork through to printing, assembly, glazing, packaging in its custom box and choosing the right company to make sure your print gets to you on time and in one piece." If you're a fan of classic coin-op gaming, chances are you'll find something you like here.
You can currently save 10% on all orders using a new voucher code.
Want to get into Skylanders: Giants, but don't need a portal of power? Get the Skylanders: Giants: Booster Pack for just £7.99 on PS3 & Xbox 360 at Xtra Vision.
This contains the PS3 or Xbox 360 game, 1 Tree Rex Skylanders Giant, 1 Character Poster, Sticker Sheet with Secret Code and Trading Card. Thanks Gooner!
Alternatively Toys R Us will let you Click & Collect for £4.98... if you can find anywhere in stock. My nearest store with stock is 31 miles away, but it's worth checking just in case.
Our little birds tell us that Green Man Gaming are running a massive SEGA Classics sale tomorrow, with dozens of games available for £1.00 apiece... or 80p using voucher code B1CYB0-CLSSD1-ARAAGM (live tomorrow at 16:00).
Here's the complete list:
Thanks to our little birds... I mean Gooner!
This is a great price for an utterly superb game. Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate deserves respect, building on every aspect of the franchise by adding more freedom, detail, verticality and personality, and is practically essential at £26.99.
However, you might well hate it. I certainly do from time to time. Occasionally I have wild fantasies about snapping the cartridge in half due to its stern difficulty and odd design quirks. But I'm not far off reviewing it now... and currently I might have to hand out a perfect score.
Stop the presses. Microsoft has announced that Fable Legends, the asymmetrical multiplayer next chapter of Lionhead's parody RPG franchise, will be free to play on Windows 10 and Xbox One.
No, not just available as a demo. F2P.
"You’ll be able to play Fable Legends from beginning-to-end without spending a penny," proclaims the announcement. "That means you’ll have access to the entirety of Fable Legends’ storyline and all of the quests we release this year and forever. Everything in Fable Legends that affects gameplay can be earned by simply playing the game."
There will of course be a premium currency, but otherwise you're free to take on the role of hero or villain for nothing.
Which is absolutely fantastic news, because to be perfectly honest we'd completely lost interest.Click here to read more...
Rejoice, JRPG fans, because Dragon Quest Heroes has been confirmed for a Western release on PS4.
In the first action-RPG to bear the series' name, players must rise up against insurmountable odds, challenging swarms of enemies and conquering gigantic monsters designed by world-renowned artist Akira Toriyama. Interestingly, Omega Force (the team responsible for many Samurai Warriors titles) will also be helping out with development, bringing their expertise with hack & slash action to the party.
It's been years since a full-fat Dragon Quest title came West (heck, we've pretty much had to make do with DQIX: Sentinels Of Starry Skies on DS) and frankly we can't wait.
This is fantastic news. Obviously. But the more I think about it, the more I can't help but ask a couple of niggling questions. Why now? Why this game in particular: the first hack & slash title in the franchise rather than Dragon Quest XIII or X? Is this actually the game we want? The answer, perhaps, is that Square Enix are using it to test the waters -- and to test us in particular.Click here to read more...
Theatrhythm is awesome. And prounounced 'theatre-rhythm,' in case you were wondering. Blending rhythm games with RPG mechanics and the legendary Final Fantasy soundtrack, this is basically a must-have for any fan.
Better yet, you can now buy Theatrhythm: Curtain Call for only £12.99 from GAME.
The sequel expands on the original game massively, with a bunch of new gameplay modes, over 200 songs, and 60 playable characters. Another great spot from FantasyDeals!
Make sure to use Rakuten Voucher Code FEB15%OFF. Thanks Gooner!
This is a great deal, but I daresay that some of you are reading this because of the title. Now, let's be honest, Ocarina is a timeless classic that's one of the most important games ever made, but it has also aged disgracefully. Much of it is empty space, a great deal of it is filler material and all of is is slightly clunky. Plus, its once-powerful themes of growing up are much less relevant now we know the full horror of tax returns and the reality of adult life.
In contrast, Majora's Mask has aged very gracefully indeed. The game is somber, melancholy and complex, full of symbolism and deeply thought-provoking lore to piece together yourself. Not only that, but the time-critical gameplay adds an extra sense of threat and urgency, while the major visual upgrades certainly don't hurt either. It's a more mature game in the real sense of the word, and a steal at £26.99. I'll write the review when I have time.
Lara Croft And The Temple Of Osiris PS4 Gold Edition is fantastic cooperative action game that I actually enjoyed more than last year's LEGO title. Check out my review for the details.
Sadly it doesn't seem to have sold all that well... but Square Enix' loss is our gain, because the deals have been coming thick and fast. You can now buy the Lara Croft And The Temple Of Osiris Gold Edition for only £12.85 on PS4!
The Gold Edition includes physical swag, figurine and the season pass, and this cheap PS4 deal undercuts most other sites by a few quid. Thanks Gooner!
This is an outrageously cheap deal seeing as Dance Central Spotlight is a legitimately great dancing game that uses the Kinect 2.0 sensor brilliantly while delivering the same pulse-pounding full-body dance gameplay we expect from the series. The graphics are fantastic, accuracy is impressive and there's a decent number of tracks in the starting version with more available as DLC.
Which you should consume responsibly, of course. Though you're encouraged to spend extra for more tracks, £1.85 is still a stonkingly smart buy.
"The newest, digital-only game in the award-winning Dance CentralTM series focuses on the core dance experience," blurbs the blurb. "With more routines per song and a massive library of additional songs for purchase, Dance Central Spotlight lets you customize your dance sessions more than ever before. Break a sweat with an expanded Fitness Mode including specially authored fitness routines, or use the voice-activated Practice That mode to rehearse difficult moves immediately in-song. And with choreography designed for everyone from new to advanced dancers, anyone can take the stage."
Or in other words, it makes me look very silly but gets some endorphins pumping around my batter stream. I'm sure you trim young things will make it look good. Thanks FantasyDeals!
Carl describes this upcoming undead slaughterfest as "an essential purchase for co-op fans" in our Zombie Army Trilogy hands-on preview, and Base.com have the cheapest price around!
It's £1 cheaper than Grainger Games, plus you'll get a comic book into the bargain. Thanks preparationiskey!
It's official. Following yesterday's rumours, Microsoft has confirmed that Xbox Live Games With Gold will be shifting gears and upping its game, amongst other overused clichés.
BioShock Infinite and Tomb Raider will both be free on Xbox 360 throughout March for Xbox Live Gold Members. Lara will take the first shift until March 15th, at which point Booker takes over for the rest of the month.
Meanwhile, on Xbox One, Rayman Legends will be free to download all March long, while local multiplayer darling #IDARB will remain free.
It's a great haul with more to come, as Microsoft has also announced that they'll be doubling the number of games available on the service. "Next month, you can look forward to four free games on Xbox 360, and two free games on Xbox One," apparently. It looks like Phil Spencer is ready to deliver on his promises of beefing up the service, so here's hoping that the quality matches the quantity.
The Nintendo eShop is coming on in leaps and bounds, offering a growing selection of legacy games, new titles and sales on both Wii U and 3DS. If you're planning on spending a few quid on games and content for your New 3DS, why not hit the ground running by topping up with £25 for only £21.85?
You'll need to use the Facebook voucher code to get the extra saving -- the link is at the top of the store page.
In case you missed it, tonight's Nintendo eShop update includes massive savings on select Rising Star Games titles, including Virtue's Last Reward for £7.99, BIT.TRIP Saga £4.99, Harvest Moon: The Tale of Two Towns for £8.99 and more. Check out the full range of Nintendo eShop deals of the week here!
Heads up, folks. We've learned that Sainsbury's plans to slash a whole host of Xbox One bundles down to £269.99 tomorrow in order to clear out unwanted stock. The sale will run nationally while stocks last.
Consider yourself in the know. It might be worth swinging past your local tomorrow, unless you've already taken advantage of one of the Xbox One console bundle deals online at the moment. Thanks to guildwarschamp @ HUKD!
The only thing better than gaming merch is getting a whole bunch of it delivered to your door every month. Loot Crate does exactly that, delivering a load of awesome geek swag on a monthly subscription plan.
If you like the idea, you can now save 10% with this new voucher code. Thanks Holly1985!