We bashed DriveDlub at launch for its missing features and broken features, but several months on, Sony's maligned racer has apparently improved in terms of the netcode, challenges and amazing new dynamic weather. This stuff should never have needed to be patched in, but we're glad it's there. So, perhaps this cheap PS4 deal might be worth a look for £14.99 pre-owned if you don't want to wait for the PS Plus edition at less than fifteen quid.
Some of our regulars and peers seem to think so. Do you? Thanks oUkTuRkEyIII!
Saints Row IV is as brilliant, anarchic and deceptively clever fun now as it ever was. If you want to buy the new PS4 version that includes all the DLC and the new Gat Out Of Hell expansion, Zavvi are already dipping beneath the magic £30 mark, so long as you're not waiting until the magic £25 or £20 mark that is. Thanks benrelics!
Valkyria Chronicles only £7.49 on Steam. Click here to buy ! >>
This is a fantastic price for a fantastic strategy RPG that finally made its way to PC, not before time. 50% is a big saving that's valid until 18:00 this evening. Thanks BurningToxic!
2015 is set to be an incredible year for the PS4, with the likes of Bloodborne, Uncharted 4 and more on the way. If you're not worried about a bundle or have a stock of Instant Game Collection titles raring to go, Simply Games are back in stock with one of the cheapest PS4 prices on the internet. Thanks to reindeer333 @ HUKD!
Bundle Stars are no slouch when it comes to cheap games deals, and their Killer Bundle makes a welcome return as part of Bundle Fest X2. £3.99 will net you ten Steam games including STALKER: Shadow Of Chernobyl, Pixel Piracy, Year Walk, Pixel Piracy and... unfortunately... Alone In The Dark. Oh well.
The full list of games runs as follows: S.T.A.L.K.E.R: Shadow of Chernobyl, Demonicon: The Dark Eye, Pixel Piracy, Year Walk, Alone In The Dark, Albedo: Eyes From Outer Space, Kraven Manor, FATE: The Cursed King, Loren: The Amazon Princess and Real Boxing. STALKER is naturally the highlight of the package, so if you don't already own it, the rest of the package makes for great value.
SimplyCDKeys have launched an Xbox One games sale this weekend.
Effectively they've price-matched or slightly undercut CDKeys, except you won't have to mess about with the Facebook voucher. You'll get download codes. Thanks Syzable!
The GOG.com weekend sale is live. Click here to browse! >>
This week's Good Old Games sale sees a slew of great adventure games slashed down to size. Of particular note should be the Blackwell Bundle for £2.99, A Golden Wake for £2.99, the Sam & Max games for £1.99 apiece. Primordia and Gemini Rue are also both fantastic, but they're no stranger to bundles and you'll likely have a chance to grab them again down the line -- if they're not already in your backlog. Cheers FantasyDeals!
Nintendo has announced that the fully-evolved Generation V starters are coming to Pokemon Alpha Sapphire and Omega Ruby courtesy of some in-game download codes!
First up, Serperior, the aptly-named "Regal Pokemon." This grass-type royalty can be yours by entering POKEMON497 into the code section.
Codes for Emboar and Samurott will follow on January 29th and January 31st via Pokemon.com and the trainer's club newsletter. Click here for the details. Thanks puddleuk!
Use voucher code #FUNRICE for the extra discount, courtesy of the fine folks at Rice Digital.
If you're a fan of Naruto Shippuden and didn't buy Naruto Ultimate Ninja Storm 3, the Full Burst Edition will suit you down to the ground. It's just like the anime: amazing fight scenes, gorgeous animation and ten billion hours of tedious angsty exposition delivered by uneven inconsistently-written characters. Which sounds terrible, yet somehow the series works and so does the game, especially in multiplayer. £3.35 is a steal since the RRP is a whopping £19.99!
Hyperdimension Neptunia Re;Birth 1 is brilliant. Compile Heart finally managed to back up their trademark cheeky style, titillating art and unbridled fanservice with true quality, turning a shonky cult classic with a great story into a complete package. The result was an excellent handheld JRPG and the perfect opportunity for Idea Factory to reboot the series from a position of strength.
Unfortunately they decided to remake Hyperdimension Neptunia Mk2 instead. This unnecessary sequel managed to completely miss the point in several key areas when it released in 2012, so Re;Birth 2's massive improvements to combat, graphics and gameplay flow can only go so far.
We return to the parody world of Gamindustri, in which four nations based on console manufacturers (Planeptune, Lastation, Leanbox and Lowee) battle for shares and market dominance in a quirky sci-fantasy universe. However, the champions of each nation's console -- our heroines from the original game -- have been kidnapped by the evil piracy organisation ASIC and its overlord Arfoire, meaning that it's up to their little sisters to put things right. In steps Nepgear, loosely representing the Game Gear, who has to team up with the game's own developers and other handheld console avatars to save the world.Click here to read more...
You'll need to use voucher code: WENEEDMONEYTOBUYABEANBAGSFORTHEOFFICESOISIMONCANTAKENAPS. No, really.
This is an odd deal in that you'll get a Steam code for an alpha that's currently in early access, and has racked up nearly as many negative reviews as positive. As such, we'd actually suggest waiting for the finished product rather than buying in now, but if you're already planning on getting into this space colony building game on the ground floor, this is currently the cheapest way to do so (saving you nearly £6).
Good morning! Today brings us an eclectic selection (an eclection?) of headlines, from Microsoft looking into PC Xbox One streaming (i.e. the right way round to make the console truly all-in-one) to APB: Reloaded making a surprise jump to new-gen consoles. You can also get a good look at Dying Light, Grow Home and the upcoming Dead Rising film.
The MCV award nominations have been revealed, showcasing all the industry's best marketeers, hypemongers and retailers, while Sony have deployed their 10% off 'we're sorry' voucher.
As reported earlier this week, Sony are issuing a 10% off PSN voucher code to apologise for the server outages over Christmas. Unfortunately they neglected to tell us what the code actually was, but now they're ready for action.
Note the following: "To recap, some exceptions do apply, including subscriptions for PS Plus, Music Unlimited, rental video content, pre-orders and transactions made on PlayStation Store via the PS Vita, PlayStation TV or PSP content (if you want to purchase PS Vita or PSP content, you can do so via the webstore). The 10% promo will stack on top of existing sale discounts, as announced this Wednesday."
The discount will be valid until 9.00am GMT on 26th January, so get on it! Let us know what you're buying.
Guild Wars 2 is fantastic. An enormous world with numerous factions, great PVP, a strong personal story that can be soloed right up until the final boss, but encouraging you to organically meet up with other players with dynamic events and enormous collaborative battles. What's more, it can be yours for a ridiculous £8.79 this weekend (from Saturday January 24th), and it's buy to play!
That's right. No subs. Just £8.75 and you're in, forever. Thanks to Just Wondering @ HUKD, and to @DelTorro on Twitter for clarifying the start date!
As someone who still logs in from time to time (look out for Byssk on the Desolation server!), I'd definitely suggest picking this up. The amount of entertaiment you'll get, even solo, is insane.
The latest Humble Weekly Bundle is raising money for the Freedom Of The Press foundation. 64p will net you Type: Rider, Finding Teddy and Little Big Adventure, while £4 will also secure Far Sky, Strike Vector and the Homeland audiobook. Thanks FantasyDeals!
Click here and enter your email address to get a 5% discount code. The special edition includes Breakthrough Pack: Vehicle Expert Pack, Untouchable Pack: Chicago Outfit and Tommy Gun, Cyberpunk Pack: Gun and Skin and Club Justice Pack: Driving Boost and Chicago South Club Skin DLC. Thanks Quikfinder!
"Iron Fisticle nails it: an uncomplicated and deeply wholesome fusion of Robotron and Gauntlet that absolutely delivers where it counts. Hectic action, a fantastic arsenal, deceptively deep moment-to-moment action and an addictive progression system that makes each game over a little victory of its own. It's not going to change the face of the industry, but it's bloody good fun." - 8/10 Iron Fisticle review
To celebrate a major new patch that adds extra depth, tweaks and features (details here!), Confused Pelican have slashed prices by 30% over the weekend.
If you've yet to get into the Saints Row franchise, the Bundle Stars Saints Row Bundle lets you experience how the franchise turned from zany gangland warfare to all-out craziness by including Saints Row 2 and Saints Row: The Third with all the DLC for under £4. It's seriously cheap, so be sure to thank FantasyDeals @ HUKD!
Beware that the Steam codes are region-locked if you usually buy from Bundle Stars using a VPN (i.e. don't do it this time).
Cassia is magnificent. Cast into a dismal oubliette and left to die with only a Machiavellian 'how to rule' handbook and a thousand venomous spiders for company, this betrayed noblewoman emerges horribly disfigured and horrifically insane from years of literal and figurative poison. Seeking violent revenge, she rallies the dregs of society and lawless mercenaries to her cause, marching across the lands and stopping at nothing to finally seize the throne for herself -- including murder, torture and worse -- both directing battle and directly bringing it with sword and spells.
We've seen plenty of female villains like her over the years... but in the twisted and morally bankrupt world of Blackguards, Cassia is our hero. The lesser of two evils, depending on how you play her, that is.
She's a great and compelling new character carry a sequel, providing a solid emotional core to build two dozen hours of punishing hex strategy around. Blackguards 2 improves, expands and smartly cuts down upon its predecessor in a number of smart ways. Unfortunately, while you could describe Cassia as the 'Queen Of Bugs,' that's arguably a fitting label for the game itself too.Click here to read more...
World Of Warcraft: Warlords Of Draenor expansion + character boost only £23.75 at CDKeys. Click here to buy! >>
If you're ready to get back into World Of Warcraft and boost your character straight up to level 90 to enjoy the new content, CDKeys are selling Warlords Of Draenor for a cheap £23.75 today. Click here and enter your email address to get your extra 5% off voucher code!