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Shadow Warrior is cheesy fun and only £5.99 on PS4

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Brendan Griffiths
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Deals
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FPS games, PS4 games, Shadow Warrior

Shadow Warrior is cheesy fun and only £5.99 on PS4

Get wang! Yeah, we're never going to tire of those jokes with Shadow Warrior. And when we can see discounts down to £5.99 (£7.99 if you don't have PS+) on PS4, why would we. This is at least £10 on disc, so there's a decent saving for digital.

Shadow Warrior is an old school FPS, that relishes in retro mechanics. It says 'pish' to regenerating health in favour of guns that are slightly awkward to aim and basic visuals. On the plus side it gives you a ruddy big sword to hack enemies to kibble with and the humour is great compared with all the po-faced modern day shooters.

Read our Shadow Warrior review, and make sure to bookmark us for more cheap PS4 games deals and Xbox One games deals!

Thanks to stevenjameshyde.

Take a ride along with Battlefield: Hardline for £22.99 on PS4/XO

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Brendan Griffiths
Category:
Deals
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Battlefield: Hardline, FPS games, PS4 games, Xbox One Games

Take a ride along with Battlefield: Hardline for £22.99 on PS4/XO

Battlefield: Hardline turned out way better than we originally hoped and stiff competition this year has seen the price drop rather nicely. So much so in fact, you can get Hardline on PS4 or Xbox One for just £22.99.

Unlike Battlefield 3 and 4, Hardline has a rather decent campaign mode putting you in the shoes of an LA Cop in a faux-episodic take on the shooter series. Sure you can spot every back-stabbing a mile off, but the performances from some reassuringly familiar faces ensures you'll stick with it until the end. The multiplayer side of the game lacks that huge open-ground feel of the usual Battlefield games, but there's some co-ordinated cops vs robbers modes to enjoy in teams and the vehicular hotwire mode is heaps of fun. Check out Battlefield: Hardline Review - Campaign brings home the bacon for more details.

Thanks to Irah.

Metro Redux is a great double-header from £13.99 on PS4/XO

Author:
Brendan Griffiths
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Deals
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FPS games, Metro Redux, PS4 games, Xbox One Games

Metro Redux is a great double-header from £13.99 on PS4/XO

Metro Redux offers great value for money by giving two fantastic shooters from last-gen and giving them a loving remaster and more as listed below. This is a great excuse to catch up on the series, especially for PS3 owners that may have missed out when the first game only visited the 360. PS4 owners can get it for £13.99, while the XO version is £1 more.

More than just a visual facelift for the series, Metro Redux has put some extra effort in to tempt a spend. Metro 2033 has extra animations (such as the mask wipe from the sequel) and the weapon handling has been reworked too. Both games are now playable in Ranger and Survival modes too for a harsher challenge. All the Season Pass content for Last Light is included, adding an extra ten hours of single player content. This is well worth a look if you missed out on the games last gen.

Thanks to oUkTuRkEyIII.

Call of Duty: Black Ops III only £34.99 on PS4/XO

Author:
Brendan Griffiths
Category:
Deals
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Call Of Duty: Black Ops III, FPS games, PS4 games, Xbox One Games

Call of Duty: Black Ops III only £34.99 on PS4/XO

Preorder prices for Call of Duty: Black Ops III are bound to be high, as per usual with the series. So when you see an offer like this you should act fast. This code stacking deal is a fiver cheaper than the next best deal. Use the three codes below (enter them separately in the order below) to pay just £34.99. Act fast, as the site could remove the code stacking at any time if it's a mistake.

Black Ops III is looking like another hit from Treyarch and has a killer triple strike in the form of a futuristic campaign (with four player co-op!), new zombies mode and the ever-green multiplayer. Stay tuned to Dealspwn, we'll have some coverage of the game later this week.

Thanks to Biboboy.

Battlefield 4 is an essential shooter at £5.49/$8.47 on PC

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Brendan Griffiths
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Deals
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Battlefield 4, FPS games, PC games

Battlefield 4 is an essential shooter at £5.49/.47 on PC

Battlefield 4 had a rough start, but after extensive patch fixes it's a formidable shooter in the online arena. £5.49 (or $8.47) is an outstanding price too for a digital key. To get a 5% discount, go to the retailer's Facebook page and click the link. You don't have to enter an email address, just enter any text and press enter for a code.

Post patches, Battlefield 4 stands tall as one of the finest multiplayer experience around. The battlefields are huge and the vehicles add a fun element that makes the series stand out from the crowd. Choppers, tanks, ATVs, boats and jeeps are all available. Although if you're ever playing with me, never get in the chopper if I'm flying it - we're going down upside down into the sea within seconds! Take a look at my PS4 review here. The newer Hardline, has a much better campaign mode and some fun multiplayer, but B4's epic scale of warfare makes it the clear winner for multiplayer fans.

Thanks to mrcwtonothy.

Sniper Elite III hits the spot at £12.99 on Xbox One

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Brendan Griffiths
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Deals
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FPS games, Sniper Elite 3, Xbox One Games

Sniper Elite III hits the spot at £12.99 on Xbox One

Sniper Elite III is another strong entry in the series and is available for just £12.99 today on Xbox One which is as cheap a price as I can remember.

Swapping war torn Europe for an African setting hasn't changed the core of Sniper Elite and that's a good thing as it has become the leading sniper series on the market. Not that Sniper Ghost Warrior is the strongest of competition. You need to move around the battlefield a lot in order to remain hidden, which keeps the action feeling fresh rather than settling down in one spot and wiping out dozens at a time. A few glitches can be incredibly frustrating, but they're easily forgiven at this price.

Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel on PS3 / Xbox 360 falls to just £10

Author:
Carl Phillips
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Deals
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2K Games, Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel, FPS games, PS3 games, Tesco, Xbox 360 games

Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel on PS3 / Xbox 360 falls to just £10

Here's one of the lowest prices we've seen for the last-gen console versions of The Pre-Sequel, with Tesco's latest deal working out around £3 better than the next cheapest deals elsewhere. Although it didn't really offer anything particularly new, and the story didn't capitalise upon the potential that was there, it doesn't change the fact The Pre-Sequel is great fun, especially in co-op. Thanks to oUkTuRkEyIII @ HUKD!

Be sure to read our Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel review for more details.

Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare is cheaper than ever at £17.97

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Brendan Griffiths
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Deals
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Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare, FPS games, PS4 games, Xbox One Games

Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare is cheaper than ever at £17.97

£17.97 for a NEW copy of Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare on your PS4 or Xbox One is the best price I've seen for a new copy. A great price and about £7 cheaper than the next best deal. In years gone by, you'd never see the latest COD for under £30 so soon, but don't let the aggressive discounting fool you into thinking this isn't worth a look. Price includes delivery.

Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare has been a grand return and reinvention for the FPS series. The futuristic setting has been the perfect excuse to introduce the exoskeleton which gives players double jump and speed boost dodge skills. The campaign was oodles of fun and had the best of Hollywood (Kevin Spacey) and gaming VO actors (Troy Baker) to keep you hooked throughout. Oh, and the multiplayer is better than it's been in years -head straight to Uplink and Kill Confirmed modes to see why. Here's my full review.

Far Cry 4: Limited Edition from £17.52 on PS4 and XO

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Brendan Griffiths
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Deals
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Far Cry 4, FPS games, PS4 games, Xbox One Games

Far Cry 4: Limited Edition from £17.52 on PS4 and XO

Far Cry 4 deals on consoles have taken a while to come down, but we're seeing sub-£20 more often now. These 'like new' copies of Far Cry 4: Limited Edition include unused online codes where applicable. A PS4 copy is now available for just £17.52. Xbox One copies are slightly more expensive at £18.95. These prices are nearly half the price of brand new copies.

Far Cry 4 takes the action to the Himalayas and once again proves to be one of the greatest names in open-world gaming. Admittedly, many of the mechanics are the same as FC3, but the new setting makes everything feel fresh enough to dive back in. Plus you get to ride elephants into fortresses or play in co-op with a pal controlling the gyrocopter. PS4 owners will find some 'Keys to Kryat', DLC codes* to give to their friends so they can play co-op with them for a few hours, without even owning the game.

Thanks to Neobrown.

Call Of Duty: Black Ops 2 is just £5.95 on Wii U

Author:
Jonathan Lester
Category:
Deals
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Call of Duty: Black Ops II, FPS games, Wii U games

Call Of Duty: Black Ops 2 is just £5.95 on Wii U

Call Of Duty: Black Ops 3 may not be coming to Wii U, but you can buy the second game in Treyarch's trilogy for less than £6. I personally feel that it's one of the best Call Of Duty games of the lot, with a great branching storyline and excellent multiplayer tweaks.

Our review is on hand if you need it.

Far Cry 4 available from £15.99 on PS4 and Xbox One

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Brendan Griffiths
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Deals
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Far Cry 4, FPS games, PS4 games, Xbox One Games

Far Cry 4 available from £15.99 on PS4 and Xbox One

Far Cry 4 deals on consoles have taken a while to come down, but we're seeing sub-£30 more often now. Going preowned will save you much more though. A preowned PS4 copy is now available for just £15.99. Xbox One copies are slightly more expensive at £16.99. These prices are nearly half the price of new copies.

Far Cry 4 takes the action to the Himalayas and once again proves to be one of the greatest names in open-world gaming. Admittedly, many of the mechanics are the same as FC3, but the new setting makes everything feel fresh enough to dive back in. Plus you get to ride elephants into fortresses or play in co-op with a pal controlling the gyrocopter. PS4 owners will find some 'Keys to Kryat', DLC codes* to give to their friends so they can play co-op with them for a few hours, without even owning the game.

*Note the as it's a preowned copy. The codes may have already been used.

Thanks to magicmike87.

Dirty Bomb Review | The price of freedom

Author:
Carl Phillips
Category:
Reviews
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Dirty Bomb, FPS games, Free to play, Games reviews, Nexon, PC games, Splash Damage

Dirty Bomb Review | The price of freedom

I really enjoyed Enemy Territory back in the day. It blended the excellent teamwork gameplay of its predecessor, Return To Castle Wolfenstein, with match-specific XP progression similar to that found in modern MOBAs. Hell, I’ll even state on record that I liked Brink, which built upon ET’s foundation and added in parkour traversal. The problem with the latter was that it was an unbalanced mess at launch, and by the time developers Splash Damage fixed the flaws it was already too late. The player exodus had happened and they weren’t coming back.

Not deterred by Brink’s failure and eager to try again, Splash Damage have taken yet another stab at the team-based shooter genre with Dirty Bomb – a free-to-play title with obvious influences from both ET and Brink, yet not quite hitting the mark of either. The end result is something that is reactive, fast and certainly fun when played with friends, but it clearly needs some refining. The Open Beta tag might call for some leniency, but with it quite clearly being a ‘soft launch’ (as Splash Damage and publisher Nexon are now charging for microtransactions) it’s time to decide if Dirty Bomb is worth sticking around for.

Dirty Bomb Review | The price of freedom

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E3 Battleborn trailer shows off gameplay

Author:
Brendan Griffiths
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News
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Battleborn, E3 2015, FPS games, Gearbox Software, MOBA, PC games, PS4 games, Xbox One Games

E3 Battleborn trailer shows off gameplay

The new E3 trailer for Battleborn has been released early and it's looking pretty good. We'll remain cautious until we've got our hands on the new FPS/MOBA hybrid as Gearbox's output in recent years has varied considerably (Borderlands series - ace. Aliens: Colonial Marines and Duke Nukem' Forever - balls.).

It's undeniably pretty though, reminding me of the colourful aesthetic of WildStar. Unlike WildStar though, Battleborn will be coming to the PS4 and Xbox One as well as the PC. With any luck we'll find out how the FPS/MOBA model is going to work out as more details emerge during E3. 

Click here to see the trailer.

System Shock 2 only 99p in the sale on PC

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Brendan Griffiths
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Deals
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FPS games, PC games, System Shock 2

System Shock 2 only 99p in the sale on PC

As a part of the current GOG sale, we thought this game deserved a post of it's own. Especially at this ridiculously cheap price.

Long before Bioshock became the darling of gamers everywhere, PC gamers were catching early signs of Ken Levine's talent with this series. System Shock 2 is widely considered an atmospheric masterpiece and one of the scariest first person shooters around. And for such a lowprice, you may as well give it a shot. Hell, I'm not a PC gamer, but at this price I'm tempted to see if it'll run on my laptop. If you want to see the game in action, be sure to check out Jon and Carl's Game Night video on the game.

Wolfenstein: The Old Blood Review | "Ein Hotdog!"

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Brendan Griffiths
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Reviews
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Bethesda, FPS games, MachineGames, PC games, PS4 games, Wolfenstein: The Old Blood, Xbox One Games

Wolfenstein: The Old Blood Review | "Ein Hotdog!"

The announcement of this standalone expansion prequel to last year's excellent Wolfenstein: The New Order was an excellent surprise and the news that it was only going to cost about £15 was even better. Fast forward a few short weeks and you can pick up a copy for about a tenner. You're looking at the best bargain of 2015, folks.

While the majority of the last game was set in the alternative version of the 1960s where the Nazis won WWII, The Old Blood takes place towards the end of the war in the mid 40s. You're attempting to infiltrate Castle Wolfenstein, an enormous fortress built into the side of a mountain. The word 'imposing' doesn't really do it justice as you approach it via cable car.

Wolfenstein: The Old Blood Review | "Ein Hotdog!"

I'll not ruin any of the main story beats for you, but the pace never slows down to mild crawl that occurred in the middle of The New Order and there's much less chatting, which is what we want really.

Click here to read more...

Wolfenstein: The Old Blood only £9.85 on PS4

Author:
Brendan Griffiths
Category:
Deals
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FPS games, PS4 games, Wolfenstein: The Old Blood

Wolfenstein: The Old Blood only £9.85 on PS4

Wolfenstein: The Old Blood was released at a very cheap price, but you can now get it for under a tenner on PS4!

I ordered this very deal from SimplyGames on Friday afternoon and it arrived Saturday morning, which is pretty damn impressive really. As for the game itself, it's been massive fun so far and provides hours of fun for £9.85. If you enjoyed Wolfenstein: The New Order, you should snap this up immediately. I'll have a  full review ready soon.

Sniper Elite III only £13.56 on Xbox One

Author:
Brendan Griffiths
Category:
Deals
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FPS games, Sniper Elite 3, Xbox One Games

Sniper Elite III only £13.56 on Xbox One

Sniper Elite is another strong entry in the series and is available for just £13.56 today on Xbox One for a 'like new' copy.

Swapping war torn Europe for an African setting hasn't changed the core of Sniper Elite and that's a good thing as it has become the leading sniper series on the market. Not that Sniper Ghost Warrior is the strongest of competition. You need to move around the battlefield a lot in order to remain hidden, which keeps the action feeling fresh rather than settling down in one spot and wiping out dozens at a time. A few glitches can be incredibly frustrating, but they're easily forgiven at this price.

Thanks to oUkTuRkEyIII.

Time to go back to Destiny? It's only £14.95 today

Author:
Brendan Griffiths
Category:
Deals
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Destiny, FPS games, PS4 games, Xbox One Games

Time to go back to Destiny? It's only £14.95 today

If you traded in Destiny not long after launch, you may have regretted it since. On the plus side, it's really cheap nowadays and there's a hell of a lot of extra content to it now, so maybe this is the time to get back into Bungie's online shooter.

Destiny has been great fun so far, albeit a somewhat shallower experience than we were expecting thanks to a gated levelling system that makes it difficult to get past Lv20 without a hell of a lot of work. Don't even get us started on the rotating PVP modes. If you're planning on playing missions with a group of friends though, there's a moreish experience to be found that's unlike anything else on the new consoles. You don't necessarily have to fork out for the new House of Wolves DLC to enjoy the game, as Jon explains in a recent article.

Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare on PS4 only £23.85

Author:
Brendan Griffiths
Category:
Deals
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Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare, FPS games, PS4 games

Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare on PS4 only £23.85

£23.85 for a copy of Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare on PS4 is a great price and  a fiver cheaper than most other sites.

Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare has been a grand return and reinvention for the FPS series. The futuristic setting has been the perfect excuse to introduce the exoskeleton which gives players double jump and speed boost dodge skills. The campaign was oodles of fun and had the best of Hollywood (Kevin Spacey) and gaming VO actors (Troy Baker) to keep you hooked throughout. Oh, and the multiplayer is better than it's been in years -head straight to Uplink and Kill Confirmed modes to see why. Here's my full review.

Thanks to andrewww.

Metro Redux is a fine remaster double bill at £10 on PS4/XO

Author:
Brendan Griffiths
Category:
Deals
Tags:
FPS games, Metro Redux, PS4 games, Xbox One Games

Metro Redux is a fine remaster double bill at £10 on PS4/XO

Metro Redux offers great value for money by giving two fantastic shooters from last-gen and giving them a loving remaster and more as listed below. This is a great excuse to catch up on the series, especially for PS3 owners that may have missed out when the first game only visited the 360. Thanks to the discount code, these preowned copies are at least £6 cheaper than new ones.

More than just a visual facelift for the series, Metro Redux has put some extra effort in to tempt a spend. Metro 2033 has extra animations (such as the mask wipe from the sequel) and the weapon handling has been reworked too. Both games are now playable in Ranger and Survival modes too for a harsher challenge. All the Season Pass content for Last Light is included, adding an extra ten hours of single player content. This is shaping up to be well worth a look if you missed out on the games last gen.

Thanks to FantasyDeals.