What would £2.48 get you these days? Short answer: not a lot. Well today it will get you the Magicka Mega Bundle from Indie Gala which incredibly contains:
(Steam link - £34.99)
The fortune teller had turned white as a sheet. Josh had only visited her as a joke that day at the fairground, crossed her palm with a few coins and asked "what is the future of videogames?" He hadn't expected the convulsions, the screams, the eye-rolling, or was it just part of the act? Either way, the elderly woman across from him was shaking still but now mercifully quiet.
"DLC," she eventually whispered, a single genuine tear rolling down her cheek. "DLC without end or shame. Evolve is getting a second season pass."Click here to read more...
Pillars Of Eternity is still one of this year's very best games and we're delighted that it's getting an expansion pack. The White March will add a new story campaign as well as a host of new features that you can watch and read about below.Click here to read more...
Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate is still my personal Game Of The Year so far, especially since it keeps getting better with free DLC delivered every month. June brings us an amazing haul of new missions, gear, armour, equipment, weapons, Palico gear, companion, guild cards and items, many of which are deliciously based on fan-favourite franchises.
We've got the trailer and details below.Click here to read more...
Activision has officially announced the third Call Of Duty: Advanced Warfare map pack, entitled Supremacy. Expect four maps that focus on well-known global landmarks, including the Houses Of Parliament, alongside a new EXO Zombies stage starring Bruce Campbell.
Trailer above, details below.Click here to read more...
I love Destiny, but I have to laugh at how it relies on pompous nonsense to artificially create a sense of wonder and history. Or in simpler terms: Bungie gives things silly names to make them sound important.
House Of Wolves goes one step further by using flowery wordplay to create the illusion of meaningful content. The Prison Of Elders, Trials Of Osiris, Vestian Outpost and Skolas The Kell Of Wolves may all sound like incredible value for just £19.99, but in reality you're getting an arena horde mode, a weekend-only multiplayer event, tiny new social hub and a villain you'll only pursue for a few short recycled missions.
Indeed, most of the real 'content' comes courtesy of a few multiplayer maps, the aforementioned arena, a single new strike and the recent patch v1.20 (which is free for all, of course). So it's a good thing that House Of Wolves is so much fun, then.
The Queen is betrayed. Her pet Wolves have turned against their mistress and she is not happy. Throwing open The Reef to Guardians, she puts out an open call to arms for all those willing to pursue and break the Fallen traitors.Click here to read more...
DriveClub owners can now take the DS Survolt out for a spin for the bargain price of £0.00. This gorgeous Citroen concept car is entirely powered by electricity and is yours to download from the PlayStation Store.
Make sure to check out our cheap PlayStation + deals guide for some decent PSN wallet credit ahead of tomorrow's store update.
Season Pass content can be tricky to navigate, especially when you're not sure how a piece of paid content is going to work out. At Dealspwn we always advise waiting for some coverage or reviews before putting any extra cash down, especially for season passes. We really enjoyed Mortal Kombat X at launch and have been impressed with the variety of characters already on offer. So how about the DLC ones? Well, here's our review of the first to arrive, the infamous, Jason Voorhees.
The indestructible star of the Friday the 13th movies (yes, except the first one) initially seemed a rather odd choice for the series, as he's never been known for his pace and the idea of him performing combos seems a bit absurd. Thankfully, NetherRealm have given him a generous injection of pace and a decent skillset with linkable moves, while maintaining his sinister style.
As with all the characters in Mortal Kombat X, Jason has three different fighting styles to choose from; Slasher, Relentless and Unstoppable. Let's start with Slasher, the simplest stance to learn and the only one that sees Jason wielding his beloved machete throughout.Click here to read more...
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Tell you what, I'll leave the puns to you this time and stick to the basics: Battlefield Hardline has detailed its first DLC pack. Entitled Criminal Activity, you can expect four maps, two vehicles and plenty of unlockables including a nailgun.Click here to read more...
Sony boss Shuhei Yoshida has confirmed that a Bloodborne expansion is on the way.
Just when we thought it was over, Yharnam always seems to drag us back in...Click here to read more...
I've come to love Destiny over these last few months. Despite being crushingly disappointed at launch, I gradually realised that it's a great social experience that fits around your real life and gaming commitments, perfect for a strike here and a daily story mission there followed by a quick blast in the Crucible. Sure, the so-called "Raids" are hilariously repetitive, but Destiny's fun is evergreen and mechanically exceptional.
However, there's no denying that it's crying out for extra content. Which is where House Of Wolves comes in.
A far cry from The Dark Below, which used its Raid as an excuse to flog a pathetic amount of stuff at a breathtaking price point, House Of Wolves is much meatier and rides the crest of a major update. A new social space, new questline, new horde mode, new gear, level cap increase and three/four new Crucible maps certainly seems to be a generous offering, so I double-jumped right in as soon as it launched.
I've had a blast as always, but unfortunately what seems to be a huge wodge of content is far less substantial than it first appears. As is so often the case with Destiny, the emperor has no clothes. Or the Kell has no combat regalia to be more precise.Click here to read more...
Destiny: House Of Wolves releases today, and not before time. The second expansion promises to deliver a massively replayable PvE horde mode, a new questline, new social space, gear and more. Alongside three new Crucible maps that I'm looking forward to especially, even if much of the content appears to have been ready months in advance if not before launch.
It's all set to kick off at 10 AM PDT/ 1 PM EDT/ 6 PM UK.
Note that there are likely to be a few connection issues throughout the day as new updates are rolled out and deployed, but there's still time to scoop up some of the Queen's Bounties if you need to. They're a lot of fun.Click here to read more...
If you bought Project CARS, you can now download a free pack of custom livery designs created by the community! This first DLC pack contains bold creative designs and homages to iconic real-life liveries alongside an accurate recreation of Deadmau5' BAC Mono. Again, it's free, so why not?
Stick a safe on your head and grab your hammer, because The Evil Within's final expansion will let you play as The Keeper.Click here to read more...
Minecraft has just received three new DLC packs on Xbox One and Xbox 360 to celebrate its third birthday on Microsoft systems. The content includes a host of skins, such as a party-themed pack, the original developers and even a hilarious collection of legendary Xbox characters from Halo, Viva Pinata and Rare franchises.
The three packs are only available until May 17th, so get on it ASAP!
Oh, and happy birthday. Think of this as your party bag.
Every decision we've made, every sanity-shredding revelation we've uncovered, every terrifying monster we've slain and augmented reality puzzle we've solved over over the last two years has led to this. The Orochi Tower is open, chuck, and promises to bring the first season of The Secret World's story arc to a breathtaking conclusion.
There's a lot riding on Issue #11, then, and I'm delighted to report that it's potentially one of the most astonishing pieces of content to have ever graced an MMORPG.
I don't say that lightly. Armed with questions and concerns, I delved into the newly-released content pack (available today for subscribers and those who bought the Fall Of Tokyo bundle) with The Secret World's lead designer Romain Amiel and Communications Manager Tor Egil Andersen, who were kind enough to lead me on a guided tour of a huge swathe of the Orochi Tower on a test server. Not only does Issue #11 represent a completely unique venture for an MMO, 21 different stories assembled into a staggeringly replayable tower, but it's also set to bring back our previous decisions in an awe-inspiring if unexpected way. Plus a hint at what's to come in The Secret World's future.
All the screenshots you see here were captured directly from the guided tour. Click to enlarge.
My wisdom flows so sweet. Taste and see >>
The best game of 2015 so far is now getting even better with today's free DLC. Not only will Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate receive even more gratis downloadable quests, but you'll also be able to unlock and equip two of very familiar outfits.
Namely a full suit of Samus' armour and her Zero Suit getup, plus the iconic arm cannon. Seeing as Samus is already the galaxy's ultimate bounty hunter, it sense that she'd be adept at hunting monsters too. If that's not enough, your Palico companions will also be able to cosplay as Chun Li and Mega Man.
Haven't got into Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate yet? Check out our review and click here to buy Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate for £18.99 at Base.com - the cheapest price around at the moment by far.Click here to read more...