The Directors Cut of Wasteland 2 arrives next month, adding a whole host of new features and brand new dialogue options to the game. While owners of the PC version will be able to upgrade their standard editions for free, current-gen console owners can pre-order the whole package for under £30, saving a few pounds over the next best offer elsewhere. However, it should be noted that you will be charged immediately and not upon dispatch with this offer. inXile Entertaimment and Obsidian Entertainment managed to meet the expectations for the long-awaited sequel, delivering an excellent old-school RPG experience. Thanks to Tee_Doff23 @ HUKD!
We could talk about Football Manager all day long, how lives have been ruined due to input of silly hours into games like this and the famous Championship Manager, but the real question is: Are you prepared to sell your soul for less than a tenner?
Football Manager 2015 simultaneously makes navigation easier thanks to a revamped UI, while making other aspects more convoluted. Its match engine offers greater interaction, and yet somehow seems more opaque. But in spite of its contradictions, FM15 does a fine job of delivering a vastly deep, and more integrated and collaborative experience of football management, with some scouting overhauls that make finding diamonds in the rough more rewarding than ever before. This year's game has its faults, and doesn't reinvent the wheel, but it'll still steal your life away if you let it. - Football Manager Review - Part 2 | Match Day
Murdered: Soul Suspect isn't one of the best games you will ever grace your Steam library with the presence of but at £2.39 you may as well.
I wanted to love this game so very much, and the ideas behind it are innovative and interesting and far too good to deserve a mediocre showing such as this. But sadly that's exactly what Murdered: Soul Suspect is to be honest. Pretty mediocre. - Murdered: Soul Suspect Review | Valar Morghulis (4/10)
Credit lays with FantasyDeals on HUKD for the heads up.
Call Of Duty: Ghosts is a surprisingly tough sell on current-gen consoles, and wastes the opportunity to push the franchise forward in any meaningful way. Though still a solidly-built shooter that offers the kitchen sink, the Xbox 360 and PS3 versions lack players and features compared to both the next-gen editions, PC and even - most damningly of all - Black Ops II.
It's galling to see a sequel offer less, not more, than games we already own. We'll review the next-gen versions as soon as we can. - Call Of Duty: Ghosts Current-Gen Review | The Old Kitchen Sink (6/10)
So, what exactly do you get with the Hardened Edition? Let me tell you:
Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition is currently £10.49 for PS+ members on the Playstation Store. If however you prefer your games to actually exist in the form of physical media then 365Games have both the Xbox One and PS4 versions for only £13.49.
"11 months on and Tomb Raider has lost none of its initial magic. In fact, it's just walked in and took the crown for the best action game on the PS4 or Xbox One. The new experience-enhancing controller features and voice-commands on the PS4 and the often startlingly-gorgeous visuals do indeed make this the Definitive Edition of one of the all-time greats." - Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition Review - The Best Yet (10/10)
Sitting at only £14.29 this is definitely the cheapest we have seen Final Fantasy Type-0 HD for the Xbox One with the Limited Edition Steelbook thrown in. Jon reviewed the game for us back in March asking if the PSP legend that is Final Fantasy Type-0 HD could survive on the next generation consoles:
"The fact that Final Fantasy: Type-0 HD is enjoyable on PS4 and Xbox One proves how magnificent the PSP original must have been. Its fantastic real-time battle system holds the entire game together, while the ending more than makes up for the confusing mess of jargon that precedes it.
Unfortunately the jump from last-gen handheld to current-gen machines was a little too ambitious. The compromises that made Type-0 work on PSP hold it back from being great on home consoles, but there's still much to love here for patient dedicated fans. Set realistic expectations to avoid disappointment." - Final Fantasy: Type-0 HD Review | Can A PSP Legend Survive On Consoles? (7/10)
I have to start by just pointing out that the Batman Arkham Knight Season Pass currently sits over on the Steam Store at a seriously questionable £32.99.
Now the price comparison is out of the way we should talk about what actually comes with the Season Pass:
An all new prequel story expansion in an entirely new location where you play as Batgirl for the very first time in the Arkham series - check out the first render of Batgirl.Click here to read more...
£7.99 is the lowest we have ever seen this game drop for a Steam key (in fact on any format). Shadow of Mordor is absolutely fantastic and must have for any Lord of the Rings fan.
"A fantastic start for what we hope will become a fresh Tolkien franchise. There are some solid (if not borrowed) foundations and the Nemesis surpasses our expectations by providing a fresh experience to enemy design. Improvements next time should see a little more variety added to the combat brawls, but you’re going to love taking advantage of an enemy’s weaknesses from afar with the rich range of underhanded subterfuge tactics. Well played, Monolith." - 8/10 (Oct. 2014)
Given that many eBay sellers have the Sackboy Bloodborne keyring listed at around £6 it's fair to say paying around £19 for LittleBigPlanet 3 is a reasonable price, you have to admit that £24.99 for LittleBigPlanet 3 and the cute yet weird Sackboy Bloodborne keyring is an absolute steal!
Get LittleBigPlanet and the Sackboy Bloodborne keyring from 365Games for only £24.99!
If however the Bloodborne keyring doesn't quite do it for you, LittleBigPlanet 3 is available from XV Marketplace for £16 preowned using code 20XVMOFF!