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System Shock 2 on PC is only 69p

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Brendan Griffiths
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System Shock 2 on PC is only 69p

As a part of yesterday's Humble Store Spring 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.

Star Wars: Battlefront on PC only £24.99

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Brendan Griffiths
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Star Wars: Battlefront on PC only £24.99

Wanting to start your Star Wars May the 4th celebrations early today? How about getting in a cheap PC preorder for Star Wars: Battlefront then? 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.

DICE's upcoming remake has been on our most wanted lists for some time now and the recent trailer certainly raised our expectations. Take a look at the trailer and our latest team impressions here.

Thanks to rudy691.

Metro Redux has two fantastic games for £14.99 on PS4/XO

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Brendan Griffiths
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Metro Redux has two fantastic games for £14.99 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.

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 oUkTuRkEyIII.

Shadow Warrior now only £9.85 on PS4 or £10.27 on XO

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Brendan Griffiths
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Shadow Warrior now only £9.85 on PS4 or £10.27 on XO

Get wang! Yeah, we're never going to tire of those jokes with Shadow Warrior. And when we can see discounts from £9.85 on PS4 and Xbox One, why would we?

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!

Is Evolve worth a shot at £23.76 on PS4?

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Brendan Griffiths
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Is Evolve worth a shot at £23.76 on PS4?

PS4 gamers can now pick up a new copy of Evolve for £23.76 thanks to the voucher code below. But is that cheap enough for you?

Evolve generally reviewed quite well , but here at Dealspwn, we seriously questioned the value for money on offer at full price, especially for what seems to be rather a shallow experience. Take a look at Jon's Evolve review for more on the subject. That said, if you enjoyed the alpha and beta test sessions and have a group of friends you'll want to play it with regularly, dive in and take advantage of this front-runner deal which offers better value for money.

Thanks to ShannonAirey96.

Call of Duty: Black Ops III gets ridiculously fun trailer

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Brendan Griffiths
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Call of Duty: Black Ops III gets ridiculously fun trailer

The brand new gameplay debut trailer for Call of Duty: Black Ops III from Treyarch just landed and it's pretty damn awesome if we're honest.

You'll have fun spotting some of the 'influences' from other hit games. So far we can see reminders of the likes of Vanquish, Titanfall, Deus Ex: Human Revolution, Binary Domain and wait,,, Haze? We can't wait to get our hands on the game as it looks set to continue in a similar manner to the highly enjoyable Advanced Warfare, despite development reverting back to Treyarch.

We didn't see exo-suits, but enhanced movement like speed thrusts, wall-running and knee slides certainly seem to be in. Along with Deus Ex-style upgrades and robotic enemies and mechs as seen in the likes of Vanquish and Binary Domain. We're certainly not complaining, mash up all these influences and you have the potential for a fantastic shooter. Advanced Warfare was the boot up the arse the series needed and Black Ops III looks like it may speed things up even more. We most certainly approve.

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Darkness II: Limited Edition is unmissable at £3

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Brendan Griffiths
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Darkness II: Limited Edition is unmissable at £3

The Darkness II is usually lurking around at a wallet-friendly price, but today it's practically throwing itself at you for £3 on the 360.

The Darkness II is a fine example of how to improve on an average first game. We love the new comic-noir art style that perfectly complements this grim tale of a mob boss battling rival mobs and cults who want to steal his powers. The Darkness of the title enables Jacky to use two serpent-like arms that sprout from his shoulders to attack his enemies. Using these attacks in conjunction with guns provides the ultimate in quad-wielding bloodbaths.

Thanks to sethjee.

Sniper Elite III should be in your sights for £16.98 on PS4/XO

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Brendan Griffiths
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Sniper Elite III should be in your sights for £16.98 on PS4/XO

Sniper Elite is another strong entry in the series and is available for just £16.98 today on PS4 and Xbox One. That's £9 cheaper than most sites

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 defqon.

Halo: The Master Chief Collection now only £16.99

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Brendan Griffiths
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Halo: The Master Chief Collection now only £16.99

Bought an Xbox One, but just want to play old games? Well, you may as well play through some old favourites with Halo: The Master Chief Collection, which is now available preowned for £16.99, which is £8 cheaper than the new version.

This collection includes the Anniversary editions of Halo and Halo 2, Halo 3 and Halo 4. Add in a 60 frames per second makeover and multiplayer modes that involve over 100 maps. Mmm, that's a lot of maps. The multiplayer has been a bit inconsistent online so far, but a massive update has fixed most of the issues, so maybe it's finally safe to get involved.

Thanks to oUkTuRkEyIII.

Far Cry 4 is only £17.99 on PS4

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Brendan Griffiths
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Far Cry 4 is only £17.99 on PS4

Far Cry 4 deals haven't been great since launch, which is a shame as we really want you to buy it and enjoy the good times. Thankfully, it's now available for just £17.99 for a preowned copy!

Far Cry 4 takes the action to the Himalayas and once again proves to be one of the greatest names in open-world gaming out there. 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 oUkTuRkEyIII.

Borderlands 2 is only £3.49 on PC

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Brendan Griffiths
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Borderlands 2 is only £3.49 on PC

Borderlands 2 is possibly the best £3.49 you'll spend this weekend. It'll give you less of a headache than the bottle of White Lightning you've got your eye on for the park if the weather holds up. That's right, I read your mind.

Borderlands 2 is a huge RPG FPS monster will an ungodly number of unique boomsticks for you to find any carry for hours until you're levelled up enough to use them. It's best enjoyed with friends online as it can be a tough slog on your own. We expect Gearbox to announce Borderlands 3 during this summer's expos, so now is a good time to catch up.

Thanks to Fantasy Deals.

Tower of Guns Review | Run n' Gun Fun

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Brendan Griffiths
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Tower of Guns Review | Run n' Gun Fun

The roguelike genre has been spreading through the videogame genres over recent years in everything from RPGs to platformers, but now we have one for the FPS genre too. And it's an absolute delight for anyone that remembers shooters before aiming down the sights was a thing.

The graphics-style may appear dated, but for the most part the controls are incredibly smooth and the twitch-handling is a fond throwback to older shooters; the responsive controls are fantastically fluid as you strafe enemies or nip between the hail of slow but thick storms of enemy fire. It has to be said though, there's some awful slowdown in the larger rooms when they try to pack in too many enemies at once. It's not a regular thing though.

Tower Of Guns' premise is simple; you must fight your way through the eponymous Tower of Guns with one life to make it through multiple procedurally generated (random) rooms. That's right, one life. You begin with a truly awful pistol too; even the game mocks its firepower. Enemies are all mechanical and often canon-based. So expect rows of turrets, floating tanks, flying mines, buzz saw turrets and the like.

Tower of Guns Review | Run n' Gun Fun

If I'm honest, enemy variation isn't great and the small number of bosses repeat and grate very soon. But this really isn't the sort of game you're meant to play for hours on end. It's a fun shooter to play when you have an hour or so to kill. Although, some runs will certainly end sooner if you don't keep an eye on that health bar.

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Wolfenstein: The Old Blood is only £8.99 on PC!

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Brendan Griffiths
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Wolfenstein: The Old Blood was only announced a few weeks ago, but retailers are all ready offering discounted pre-orders for the standalone expansion. The best PC price is currently just £8.99 ahead of the May 5th release date with a facebook discount applicable via the link at the top of the retailer's page. £8.99?! That's nuts!

Wolfenstein: The New Order was one of the best games of 2014 and the recent surprise announcement of this standalone expansion prequel was just the best. Taking on the infamous Castle Wolfenstein is an adventure we most certainly welcome. The game's eight chapters sounds like a fairly decent runtime for a fraction of the cost of a usual full fat release. Congrats to Bethesda and Zenimax for keeping a lid on this one for so long. You sly dogs you.

Thanks to Buzzduraband.

Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel only £12.99 on PS3

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Brendan Griffiths
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Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel only £12.99 on PS3

At just £12.99, Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel is down to its cheapest price yet on PS3.

The new Handsome Collection on PS4/XO will include a next-gen version of the Pre-Sequel and Borderlands 2, but most prices are around the £40 mark, which is all sorts of grim for old rope with a smidge of polish (but loads of DLC to be fair). Whereas picking up this version will save you loads of money, especially if you've already played the hell out of Borderlands 2.

Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare drops to £17.99 on PS4/XO

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Brendan Griffiths
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Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare drops to £17.99 on PS4/XO

£17.99 for a used copy of Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare on your PS4 or Xbox one is a great price and about £8 cheaper than a new copy. 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.

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 oUkTuRkEyIII.

Is Destiny all hype? Find out for £15 on PS4/XO

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Brendan Griffiths
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Is Destiny all hype? Find out for £15 on PS4/XO

This is the cheapest price I've seen for a new copy of Destiny on the PS4 or Xbox One. Today's price is £10 cheaper than most outlets too.

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.

Bioshock Infinite only £3.90 on PC

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Brendan Griffiths
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Bioshock Infinite only £3.90 on PC

Bioshock Infinite is now impossible to ignore for £3.90. And to think we regularly spend over £30 on games on release, only for them to fall to this price. Maybe I should work on 'the pile' a bit before picking up the likes of Witcher III and Batman. Yeah, like that's going to happen.

With one of the most talked about stories in years, Bioshock Infinite deserves a place in any gamer's collection. The roller coaster-like rails to move around the sky-high city are fantastic fun to use as you and Elizabeth try to escape the mad clutches of Comstock and the Songbird. Elizabeth herself is a great character as her powers to pull items through dimensional tears, lockpicking and looting all come in handy. Fans of Rapture may want to check out the Burial at Sea DLC too.

Thanks to Jesse148.

Payday 2 is a bargain at £4.99 on PC

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Brendan Griffiths
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Payday 2 is a bargain at £4.99 on PC

Payday 2 was a huge success and you should take a look for the tiny price of £4.99.

Payday 2 was a massively improved sequel and its influence can clearly be seen by the big dogs making similar games in the shape of EA's Battlefield: Hardline and Ubisoft's Rainbow Six: Siege. Hardline is about £35 too right now and doesn't offer the same levels of rewarding team play. So you might as well see why everyone's trying to take a slice of the Paydaypie by picking up the sequel for under a £3.99 at GMG.

Thanks to Matt.

Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare on PS4 only £17.99

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

Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare on PS4 only £17.99

£17.99 for a used copy of Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare on your PS4 is a great price and about £8 cheaper than a new copy. 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.

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 oUkTuRkEyIII.

Battlefield: Hardline Review - Campaign brings home the bacon

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Brendan Griffiths
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Battlefield: Hardline, FPS games, PC games, PS3 games, PS4 games, Xbox 360 games, Xbox One Games

Battlefield: Hardline Review - Campaign brings home the bacon

Visceral games had a daunting task on their hands when they were given the reigns for the latest Battlefield game. But rather than attempt another military shooter, they've come up with a fresh angle for the series' single player campaign and the online multiplayer by infusing a cops and robbers vibe.

We'll start with the campaign, as it's always nice to get a feel for the guns before hopping online. That said, DICE's last two campaigns in Battlefield 3 and 4 have been terrible, you'd barely know that the same team were behind the excellent Battlefield: Bad Company games. Visceral know their way around a campaign though, having developed the excellent Dead Space series.

Battlefield: Hardline Review - Campaign brings home the bacon

You are Nick Mendoza, a Miami cop on the trail of the newest drug in town. The game plays out in TV episode-like chapters and as such has lots of ideal stopping points if you want to play through it in smaller chunks.

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