Here's a great way to jump onto Microsoft's latest console if you want all the football. Included with the Xbox One console is a copy of FIFA 16, and there's even some tokens thrown in for use with the FIFA Ultimate Team. On top of that, there's also a free month of EA Access, meaning you'll be able to play the games currently in the Vault, gain access to new EA titles before anyone else, and get a 10% discount on all digital purchases. Cheers to Buzz for the heads-up!
If you've been swayed by the thought of playing Halo 5 or Rise of the Tomb Raider this Christmas, and want to make sure you have plenty of hard drive space, this offer is a great one to consider. It might not come with any games, but it's the cheapest deal by £50, which is a huge saving. With plenty of well received games already out, and even more on the way in 2016, now might be the opportune time to grab one. Thanks to oUkTuRkEyIII @ HUKD!
Surprisingly, the price for this listing is a fairly good deal compared to other listings, and it's made even better by the fact all 4 DLC episodes are thrown in as well. That said, Dead Rising 3, while fun, wasn't the best entry in the series, and the DLC failed to do anything new or even interesting. Still, it's a great price considering the amount of content you get, and as an over-the-top zombie slaying sandbox it can be rather fun. Thanks to stevenball10 @ HUKD!
Be sure to check out our Dead Rising 3 review for more details.
This is one of the cheapest prices we've seen for MGS V, and beats the next best offer by around £6. Did it deliver a satisfying conclusion to the MGS saga? Not really, but as a stealth sandbox it was an amazing achievement. With Metal Gear Online now available as well (although access to the servers has been... temperamental) this could be the right time to get hold of a copy. Thanks to oUkTuRkEyIII @ HUKD!
Be sure to check out our Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain review for more details.
Here's another chance to get hold of Gears of War: Ultimate Edition for under £20, with this listing beating the next best price by a few pounds. While we're a little disappointed that only the first instalment will be given the remaster treatment, promising a slick visual makeover, concept art, and new content should make the Ultimate Edition excellent remake of what we'd consider to be the best game in the series (mainly because of the Cole Train's rap.) Thanks to oUkTuRkEyIII @ HUKD!
Announced last week, we quite liked the look of the Black Ops III limited edition console, but we felt the price was ridiculous for what was essentially a fancy paint job. Thankfully, one brave retailer has decided to offer pre-orders at a more sensible price, netting you a massive saving of £55 overall. In addition to the console and its orange-infused paint job, you'll also get a copy of the game and access to the bonus NUK3TOWN multiplayer map, which makes its return to the series. Cheers to Buzz for the heads-up!
You can learn more about the changes in our article from earlier this year.
Watch Dogs has received a bit of a love / hate reception from the fans who were massively hyped up regarding the release of the game by Ubisoft. Regardless at only £18.99 on Xbox One for the Vigilante Edition it's pretty hard not to be tempted don't you think?
The listing does state Nordic which is a tad strange as the same listing also refers to the pack language and game language as English.
Watch Dogs Vigilante Edition includes:Click here to read more...
Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag is a wonderfully harmonious game. It's enormous, packed with more things to see and do than ever before, but Ubisoft have managed to make every little thing mean something in tangible, impactful terms. Black Flag is a wonderful piratical romp that manages to revive the stealthy focus of earlier series instalments, whilst delivering an outstanding naval sandbox, an excellent setting and story, and lashings of swashbuckling action. Unmissable. - Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag Review | Brilliant Buccaneering (9/10)
£14.95 is a brilliant price for this considering all the extra booty you get thrown in with it:
It's always handy to have an additional controller just incase a mate comes round or simply for the fact you decided to throw yours at the wall in a fit of rage.
This combination also comes with 14 days Xbox Live and I must point out that Mortal Kombat X is a digital download.
Watch Dogs was hyped massively in the build up to its release just over a year ago. It's now regarded as what I would refer to as a marmite game, some really hate it, some just love it. £19.99 for the Vigilante Edition is a brilliant price when you take into account it comes complete with:
You have choices in the world and considerations of Sunset Overdrive on the Xbox One are no different. You can with one hand grab the 3 hours free trial to see how you get on, or ultimately go all out, live a little and buy a full blown copy for only £13.95. I dare you.
"Sunset Overdrive brings the fun. Though Insomniac's inexperience with open-world games leads to inconsistent mission design and a few oversights, its infectious energy, breathtaking traversal, silly weapons and violently colourful playground make for a brilliant way to blow off steam." - Sunset Overdrive Review | Xbox Fun (8/10)