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The big highlight from today's offerings on Gamersgate comes in the form of several bundles for some of 2K's biggest franchises. First up is a repeat of the Civilization V bundle from earlier this week, while second on the list is the BioShock Triple Pack containing all three main entries in the series. The third bundle brings XCOM: Enemy Unknown and its Enemy Within expansion together, and the fourth provides the GOTY Editions of Borderlands 1 & 2.
Admittedly, some bundles are more of a bargain than others, and there's a chance for better savings in the coming Christmas sales, but these are still attractive prices if you've yet to play any of these games.
If you never played the original this is well worth a shot as it comes with all the DLC from the co-op shooter hit. The cell-shaded world of Pandora gave the PS3 and 360 its first proper FPSRPG and we absolutely loved it here at Dealspwn. It can be hard work on your own, but when played in co-op it becomes an essential experience. Just try not to fight over who gets the guns when you find a box full of them.
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This week, Sony has lined up a seriously impressive little deal. The GOTY edition of Borderlands, containing all of the DLC, is down to an exciting £11.99 - which is very competitive at the moment.
That's your lot in terms of deals, but there's a fair bit of new content to report. Crysis is probably the most exciting, followed by Eufloria and NBA Jam: On Fire as Trial & Unlock titles. Several PSOne classics are also headed to the EU marketplace.
Check out the full list after the break - courtesy of the EU Playstation Blog.Click here to read more...
I’m not going to beat around the bush with this one; if you haven’t played this game you are missing out on a real treat. Gearbox’s FPS/RPG hybrid follows the travels of 4 treasure-seeking “Vault hunters” on the desolate world of Pandora. Choose your class, your skills, your favourite from millions of customised guns, and then head out into the wastes to shoot convicts, wildlife, and anything that is generally trying to rip you a new one. While the game has enough to keep a solo player entertained the real experience comes from the 4 player co-op. Included in the Game Of The Year Edition are all four of the DLC expansions and you even get to join the Duke Nukem Forever First Access Club. Not bad for less than £15 I’d say.
It's Christmas in less than a day. That's sort of frightening. If you've got one last gift on the pending list, then why not take up Simply Games' on their offer for the Game of the Year Edition of Borderlands, now just £14.85 on both the 360 and PS3. We had the normal edition up the other day for a fiver less, but the Game of the Year Edition comes packed with content, like The Zombie Island of Doctor Ned and The Secret Armory of General Knoxx. If you factor in the price of the game with the cost of this premium content, this is quite a decent saving, so I wouldn't fret about the extra five quid. It could be more. Borderlands is great by the way, and the DLC packs enjoyed a very good reception.