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PES 2015 is a bargain at £9.99 on Xbox One

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Brendan Griffiths
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PES 2015 is a bargain at £9.99 on Xbox One

This belter of a deal is way cheaper than other sites, seeing last year's PES 2015 come off the bench for just £9.99 on the Xbox One. Sure, the new one is just around the corner, but if you're not bothered about minor gameplay tweaks and updated rosters, this is a fine deal.

The licenses are still a mess (Man U are the only Premiership side *spit*), but PES (or Pro Evolution Soccer) has found its form and hit the ground running on the new-gen consoles after a torrid few years last-gen. Konami held off a new-gen release in 2013 and the extra dev time has really helped the on pitch action offer more depth than ever before. Frankly, it leaves FIFA 15 for dead.

Thanks to BuzzDuraband.

Pro Evolution Soccer 2015 - Digital Exclusive Edition from £10.99 on PSN

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oUkTuRkEyIII
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Deals
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Football games, PES 2015, PS3, PS3 games, PS4, PS4 games

Pro Evolution Soccer 2015 - Digital Exclusive Edition from £10.99 on PSNAs part of this weeks PlayStation Network sale you can get PES 2015 - Digital Exclusive Edition for just £10.99 on PS3 or £15.99 on PS4. The digital edition comes with 1 player from UEFA Team of the Year, 10 recovery points and 10,000 Game Points and Mario Goetze FREE as part of the bundle.

PES 2015 now only £19.99 on XO

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Brendan Griffiths
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Deals
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Football games, PES 2015, Xbox One Games

PES 2015 now only £19.99 on XO

This belter of a deal is way cheaper than other sites, seeing PES 2015: Day One Edition come off the bench for just £19.99 on the Xbox One.

The licenses are still a mess (Man U are the only Premiership side *spit*), but PES (or Pro Evolution Soccer) has found its form and hit the ground running on the new-gen consoles after a torrid few years last-gen. Konami held off a new-gen release in 2013 and the extra dev time has really helped the on pitch action offer more depth than ever before. Frankly, it leaves FIFA 15 for dead.

Thanks to oUkTuRkEyIII.

PES 2015 only £20 on PS4 or Xbox One

Author:
Brendan Griffiths
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Deals
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Football games, PES 2015, PS4 games, Xbox One Games

PES 2015 only £20 on PS4 or Xbox One

This belter of a deal is way cheaper than other sites, seeing PES 2015 come off the bench for just £20 on both the PS4 and Xbox One.

The licenses are still a mess (Man U are the only Premiership side *spit*), but PES (or Pro Evolution Soccer) has found its form and hit the ground running on the new-gen consoles after a torrid few years last-gen. Konami held off a new-gen release in 2013 and the extra dev time has really helped the on pitch action offer more depth than ever before. Frankly, it leaves FIFA 15 for dead.

Thanks to robtallica.

PES 2015: Day One Edition on XO for £24

Author:
Brendan Griffiths
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Deals
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Football games, PES 2015, Xbox One Games

PES 2015: Day One Edition on XO for £24

This belter of a deal for PES 2015: Day One Edition and is considerably cheaper than other sites. For £24, we'd certainly bring this one off the bench.

The licenses are still a mess (Man U are the only Premiership side *spit*), but PES (or Pro Evolution Soccer) has found its form and hit the ground running on the new-gen consoles after a torrid few years last-gen. Konami held off a new-gen release in 2013 and the extra dev time has really helped the on-pitch action offer more depth than ever before. Frankly, it leaves FIFA 15 for dead.

PES 2015 in giant killing form on Xbox One for £19.18

Author:
Brendan Griffiths
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Deals
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Football games, PES 2015, Xbox One Games

PES 2015 in giant killing form on Xbox One for £19.18

This belter of a deal is a tenner cheaper than other sites, seeing PES 2015 come off the bench for just £19.18 on Xbox One.

The licenses are still a mess (Man U are the only Premiership side *spit*), but PES (or Pro Evolution Soccer) has found its form and hit the ground running on the new-gen consoles after a torrid few years last-gen. Konami held off a new-gen release in 2013 and the extra dev time has really helped the on pitch action offer more depth than ever before. Frankly, it leaves FIFA 15 for dead.

Become the football manager you were born to be with FM15 from only £14.25

Author:
Matt Gardner
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Deals
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Football games, Football Manager 2015, Management sims, PC games, Sports Games

Become the football manager you were born to be with FM15 from only £14.25

Football Manager 2015 can be had for just £14.25 via CDKeys. Click here to buy >>

Football Manager 2015 is a damn fine game. I rather like what they've done with the UI. It feels cleaner, crisper, and more easy to navigate between the most important screens. It's been patched up a bunch since release, though the match engine still isn't quite perfect.

Nevertheless, the feeling of watching your detailed tactics come off is unparalleled, and FM15 reaffirms that most ruinous legacy of the games that have come before it, nonchalantly sucking you in and making you forget about work or school or other people. It's just as addictive as it has ever been.

Remember to enter in a new CDKeys FB voucher code to get the game at this price. Simply click here and enter your email address to get a new code.

Keep checking in for more #gamedealalerts on Dealspwn.com and follow us over on Twitter and Facebook for by-the-minute updates, and bookmark our games deals stream for further savings!

Kiss your social life goodbye with Football Manager 2015 for £14.89

Author:
Matt Gardner
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Deals
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Football games, Football Manager 2015, Management sims, PC games, Sports Games

Kiss your social life goodbye with Football Manager 2015 for £14.89

Football Manager 2015 can be had for as low as £14.89 via CDKeys. Click here to buy >>

Remember to use the 5% off voucher code to get the game for under £15.

Football Manager 2015 is a strange beast. It's full of little contradictions, you see. 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.

Basically, 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.

Click here to read my full Football Manager 2015 review. Cheers Gooner!

Pro Evolution Soccer 2015 only £14 on PC at GAME

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Matt Gardner
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Pro Evolution Soccer 2015 only £14 on PC at GAME

PES 2015 now just £14 on PC at GAME. Click here to buy >>

Vastly improved systems on the pitch make PES 2015 the undisputed king of footballing depth on the pitch this year. It still can't quite match up to FIFA in terms of that televisual presentation, but PES 2015 is outstanding where it counts -- one of the most rewarding football games in years. Cheers davieg1!

Lose months to Football Manager 2013 for 99p

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Matt Gardner
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Football games, Football Manager 2013, Management sims, PC games, Sports Games

Lose months to Football Manager 2013 for 99p

Football Manager 2013 is just 99p at Amazon. Click here to buy >>

If you don't really give a badger's chuff about roster updates, and let's face it those can be patched in because PC gaming is awesome, there's no excuse for not getting on Football Manager 2013 for less than a quid. Do be warned, though, it will almost certainly steal what little free time you have away, and probably impinge on your work/study/relationship/social activity unless you have the resilient willpower of a block of granite.

Check out our Football Manager 2013 review here. Cheers srw985!

Football Manager Classic 2014 only £6.19 on PSN

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Matt Gardner
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Deals
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Football games, Football Manager Classic 2014, PS Vita games, Simulation games, Sports Games

Football Manager Classic 2014 only £6.19 on PSN

Football Manager Classic 2014 only £6.19 on PSN. Click here to buy >>

Sony have kicked off their huge January sales already, and this little gem is one of the best deals on PSN right now. Football Manager Classic on Vita is a comprehensive game, but poorly optimised. If you're looking for a step up from FM on mobile, then this is it, but do be aware that it's a little fiddly.

Read our FM Classic review here, and check out the full PSN sale here.

Keep checking in for more #gamedealalerts on Dealspwn.com and follow us over on Twitter and Facebook for by-the-minute updates. Cheers Turkey!

Looking for a last-minute FIFA 15 deal? Only £24.69 at CDKeys on Xbox One

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Matt Gardner
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Deals
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FIFA 15, Football games, Sports Games, Xbox One Games

Looking for a last-minute FIFA 15 deal? Only £24.69 at CDKeys on Xbox One

FIFA 15 just £24.69 at CDKeys on Xbox One. Click here to buy >>

Just a few weeks to go until Christmas, and any footy fans around looking for a last minute cheap FIFA 15 deal would do well to take note of this one. It's a digital download, so no hard copy, I'm afraid at this price, but it's a steal on the rest of the retail market for what is bound to be a popular Boxing Day staple for many gamers. Just remember to nab your 5% voucher code from CDKeys' FB page.

Click here to grab your 5% off voucher code >>

FIFA 14 is just £5 at CEX (preowned) on PS4, £5.99 at Grainger Games

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Matt Gardner
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FIFA 14, Football games, PS4 games, Sports Games

FIFA 14 is just £5 at CEX (preowned) on PS4, £5.99 at Grainger Games

UPDATE: Even cheaper at CEX - click here to buy FIFA 14 for £5 >>

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FIFA 14 is just £5.99 (preowned) at Grainger Games on PS4. Click here to buy >>

Don't give a giraffe's nipple about yearly iterations and just fancy playing a decent game of football this Christmas? Well, FIFA 14 is still a damn fine shout, and it's just over a fiver at Grainger Games if you're happy going preowned.

Make sure you bookmark our gaming deals stream for further bargains!

Keep checking in for more #gamedealalerts on Dealspwn.com and follow us over on Twitter and Facebook for by-the-minute updates. Cheers Mark!

Football fans! Nab a PS4 console bundle with FIFA 15 for £304.99

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Matt Gardner
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Console bundles, FIFA 15, Football games, PS4 games, Sports Games

Football fans! Nab a PS4 console bundle with FIFA 15 for £304.99

Looking for a Christmas gaming present for someone in your life who's football mad? Is that someone you?! Either way, you can grab a PS4 console bundle with FIFA 15 for £304.99 at ShopTo via Rakuten right now. Just remember to use the voucher code GIFT40 to knock £10 off of the price.

Cheers jamesha520!

Grab Football Manager 2015 for £10 (£13.50 delivered) from Macclesfield Town

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Matt Gardner
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Football games, Football Manager 2015, Management sims, PC games, Sports Games

Grab Football Manager 2015 for £10 (£13.50 delivered) from Macclesfield Town

Even the biggest retailers around are coming nowhere near this barnstorming Black Friday bargain for Football Manager 2015. Head over to the Macclesfield Town store and you can pick up a copy of FM15 for a tenner, though if you want it delivered you'll have to add £3.50. Even so, it's still the cheapest price for the game around at the moment.

Nice spot, fonz1987!

Buy PES 2015: Pro Evolution Soccer (Day One Edition) on PS4 / Xbox One for £29.68 from Zavvi

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Matt Gardner
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Deals
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Football games, Konami, PES 2015, PS4 games, Sports Games

Buy PES 2015: Pro Evolution Soccer (Day One Edition) on PS4 / Xbox One for £29.68 from Zavvi

Plumping for PES 2015 over FIFA 15? Well, this fabulous footy deal from Zavvi might be right up your street.

NB. Use the code 10OFF30 to get the games at this price.

The Day One Edition nets you the following extras:

  • 1 Player From UEFA Team of the Year
  • 10 Recovery items
  • 10,000 Game Points

Thanks oUkTuRkEyIII!

Football Manager Review - Part 2 | Match Day

Author:
Matt Gardner
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Reviews
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FM15, Football games, Football Manager 2015, Management games, Sega, Sports Interactive

Football Manager Review - Part 2 | Match Day

A few days ago, I delivered the first part of my Football Manager 2015 review (click here to read it), talking about the tweaks and changes that had been made off of the pitch. The game was in beta, and the match engine clearly still had some work to be done on it, and within hours of part one of my review being posted, Sports Interactive dropped a massive update ringing the changes.

To briefly recap, I've been impressed by the expansive depth available behind closed doors in the world of football management this year. Navigation is smoother than ever before thanks to a revamped interface that better prioritises the screens you'll want to get to. The tactical window is a little cluttered, but it's indicative of a greater emphasis on tactical customisation, and tailoring teams to suit your strategic designs. They won't become comfortable with your methods overnight, but put in the work, and it's clear that you can leave an indelible mark on the way a team performs.

Football Manager Review - Part 2 | Match Day

Broadly speaking, that is.

Click here to read more...

Football Manager 2015 + early beta access just £22.49 at GAME

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Matt Gardner
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Deals
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FM15, Football games, Football Manager 2015, PC games

Football Manager 2015 + early beta access just £22.49 at GAME

Football Manager 2015 is getting tweaked and polished right up until the game's release on November 7th, and at the time of writing, the game is still in beta. However, you can leap into the shoes of your favourite managers right now by heading over to GAME and buying FM15, gaining immediate access to the beta. Better yet, use the codeFMSAVE today and knock an extra 25% off of the price!

Remember to use the code FMSAVE at the checkout, though!

You can check out part one of my Football Manager 2015 review here, and read through yesterday's massive beta changelog here.

 

Football Manager 2015 Review | Part 1 - Off the Pitch

Author:
Matt Gardner
Category:
Reviews
Tags:
FM15, Football games, Football Manager 2015, Management games, Sega, Sports Interactive

Football Manager 2015 Review | Part 1 - Off the Pitch

There was a glorious moment last night when my brave Glovers fought back from a 3-0 deficit to tie a crucial cup game against Ipswich  just before the whistle for the end of regular time. It had been a glorious comeback. Conor Sammon had been terrorising my defence in the first hour of the game, but a fiery team talk, a change in formation, and the introduction of some speed on the wings changed things around. As the ref blew for 90 minutes, momentum was firmly in Yeovil's favour.

And then it all went wrong.

A Hail Mary long ball from Ipswich's full back sailed over the top, but it was too long, Chris Weale would surely get to it, there was no one else around. Sure enough, Weale came forth confidently. Everything was going to be fine.

And then he fell over.

Football Manager 2015 Review | Part 1 - Off the Pitch

This wasn't the staggered trip of a man with his foot suddenly caught in a rabbit hole, or the clumsy scrabble of falling over your own limbs, no. Instead, Weale decided that the best course of action would be to do an impression of a dead fish. This might have been fine had he actually been headed for the ball. His body could still have provided a low-slung blockade for the charge of the oncoming Sammon. Sadly, though, he'd veered off course, heading instead for a shiny thing out towards the penalty spot, and had then been felled by an unseen sniper.

My verbal reaction was deemed unsuitable for print.

The review embargo is up for Football Manager 2015, but I don't feel I can give it a score, and I'd advise you take most of the other "reviews" that have currently been published without any sort of disclaimer with a fat pinch of salt. FM15 is still in beta at the time of writing, hence the calamitous goalkeeping described above, and thus the game that will be out on the 7th may well have tweaks and fixes that today's doesn't. Given that it's not actually out yet, we'll be scoring the game at launch.

That said, here are a few things things to note ahead of part two of my review later this week.

Click here to read more...

FIFA 15 Demo Impressions | Let's Talk About Our Feelings

Author:
Matt Gardner
Category:
Features
Tags:
Demo, EA Canada, EA Sports, FIFA 15, Football games, Games previews, Sports Games

FIFA 15 Demo Impressions | Let's Talk About Our Feelings

The FIFA 15 demo has been out for around a week or so now, and I've been dipping into it in amongst swathes of Destiny, Hyrule Warriors and Bayonetta 2 (do check out Carl's review of Bungie's FPS, and my appraisal of the Zelda/Warriors mashup). As per usual, EA Canada have been showering us with buzzword-heavy promotional sentences largely devoid of any real meaning, and the biggest of the lot for this year's release has been "emotion" -- that is to say player and crowd reactions, presentation tuned to deliver the theatrical and entertaining, and a boost in dynamic atmosphere when it comes to the in-game environment.

Has it worked? Are all of the footballing feels writ large upon this new, super-shiny canvas? Here are a few thoughts are several hours spent playing the demo:

Emotional behaviour is a thing: FIFA's always been a rather emotional game for me, in much the same way as any multiplayer game that you love can be. When winning and bragging rights amongst your friends (or the rest of the online community) are onthe line, matches mean more, and the peaks and troughs of a game matter more than they really have any right to. But this is now reflected on the pitch. In one game where I was playing as PSG, Lucas skipped past several defenders, Ibrahimovic shook his man, but I wanted to get the winger a goal so I ignored the Swede and promptly ballooned a sitter over the bar. Ibra then launched several unintelligible insults Lucas' way.

Players will shove and barge more than they used to, they'll clamour and cheer when you do something awesome, but they'll also let you know when someone's been an arse. After unclean tackles, if those involved are not injured, they'll leap to their feet and start mouthing off and pushing one another. If anything, FIFA 15 has most gloriously captured the notion that footballers are whinging prima donnas, who'll get uppity about anything.

Click here to read more...