This is a crazy Xbox One console bundle deal. Asda are basically giving away and Xbox One with Kinect and Titanfall for under £300 because the box is a bit tatty.
Here's the disclaimer from Asda's website: "Damaged Packaging - Please be aware that the product packaging for this item is damaged. Actual product is in original manufacturer's condition." If you can brave a broken box for one of the best console bundle deals around, I'd say go for it. Cheers arthurd123!
Battlefield 4 is excellent fun. I can say that now, over a year since its launch. It's now cheap, cheerful, and mostly consistent. In fact, it's one of my favourite shooters of this year, but only because it took months for DICE to get the game working reliably. Still, better late than never.
One thing you can guarantee with Battlefield, though, is community retention, which is why, for £15, it's still worth a punt.
I'll be honest, the Redux doesn't add a huge amount to Last Light, so if you're not too worried about the spit an dpolish of the Redux version, it's well worth looking into picking up the last-gen version on the cheap. Speaking of which, ShopTo are doing Metro: last Light Limited Edition for under a fiver.
The Limited Edition features a new Ranger Mode along with an extra rifle and military grade bullets. Cheers jimladahah!
For those of you who aren't subscribed to EA Access, this is a great deal to get hold of Get Plants Vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare on Xbox One. GAME's offer beats the next cheapest price by almost £10.
We described Garden Warfare as "a fun, fresh and friendly new take on the tired old multiplayer shooter" in our review. Any issues are easily overcome by the sheer fun factor and charm the series is known for, and at this price the value for money is definitely high. Thanks to TOMBOY25360 @ HUKD!
For today's offering in GAME's Advent Calender Sale for PC titles, it's all things Borderlands 2 and the recently released Pre-Sequel. You can get the GOTY Edition of Borderlands 2 for £7.50 which includes everything DLC-wise. As for the Pre-Sequel, the £20 price point provides a saving of around £8. All purchases are redeemed and player via Steam.
Those of you who are missing bits and pieces of DLC will find this an opportune time to complete the experience, as add-ons like The Mechromancer class and Tiny Tina's Attack on Dragon's Keep are under £2 each. You can see all the listings by clicking the banner at the top.
There's a good reason as to why this review has taken a while to get here. Kyrat is massive, there are simply so many things to do in Far Cry 4. As soon as the first introductory mission had passed, I ignored the story completely, jumped into Little Nellie and took to the skies, cackling and running down honey badgers from the air. hunting things is actually the best way to start Far Cry 4, to be honest. The ammo pouches and loot sacks you have to begin with are rubbish, and so skinning the various species of creatures roaming the Asian forests and mountains provides the only way to expand your arsenal. And believe me, you'll want to expand you're arsenal.
The other day I went for a swim in a serene lake. A glimmer caught my eye and I swam below to find a cornucopia of rare treasures and a shiny new gun. Then a pair of massive Demon Fish decided they wanted to eat me for lunch, and I panicked and mashed some buttons and fled the scene with the barest sliver of life left, retiring to dry land and a hut where a demonic mask sang foreboding songs at me. Then some Royalist punks came by in a red truck, and I set them on fire and stole their things. Truck included.
The things you can do with fire in this game...
There are moments in Far Cry 4, often when you've climbed your way above the skyline -- Kyrat is a mountainous places, far more so than the islands of FC3, and you have a grappling hook to help you traverse the undulating landscape in this game -- when the game takes your breathe away. It's a game still tethered to last-gen, using a last-gen engine and assets, but the development team have done a phenomenal job of making Kyrat look stunning. This is a world that's simply captivating to be in and explore, littered as it is with geographical and architectural wonders, not to mention collectibles that reveal more about the place. Kyrat is a fictional country, but it has elements of Kashmir and Nepal about it, with the Himalayas to the north and the notion of a beautiful, mystical country torn apart by war.Click here to read the rest of our Far Cry 4 review >>
Call of Duty: Ghosts - Hardened Edition has dropped under a tenner at Amazon right now.
The Hardened Edition comes with the following extras:
Today's offer from GAME brings us another chance to get hold of BioShock Infinite for £4. While the listing says it is for Mac, it will work on PC as well due to it being a Steam code. It's also worth noting that that there's a reduction on all the DLC for the game as well, including both episodes of the excellent Burial At Sea. If you're interested in getting that we suggest getting hold of the Season Pass for £4.66, as buying each episode individually will cost over a fiver in the end.
Thanks to nickrm2 @ HUKD!
Wolfenstein: The New Order is an OTT, riotously old-school shooter that is a damn fine proposition at under £20, and because this is the Occupied Edition, you get a bunch of extras too.
Wolfenstein: The New Order - Occupied Edition includes the game itself, a 20-page travel guide to occupied Britain, a travel card holder (useful for Oysters and other travel passes), and a set of three postcards depicting The New Order's alternative history. Cheers Bure11!
Far Cry 4 is brilliant. I'm finding it more than makes up for the disappointment of Assassin's Creed: Unity, and I've become a monstrous arena fighter, a wingsuited menace for royalist scum, and the bane of honey badgers everywhere.
The Kyrat Edition of the game includes a figurine of Pagan Min, travel journal, propaganda poster, and map of the game world. It also includes the Hurk's Redemption Limited Edition, with three extra missions and the Impaler Harpoon gun. Thanks Pr3mi3r!
You've got until 6PM GMT to snaffle up an Xbox One 1TB COD: Advanced Warfare Limited Edition bundle on the cheap before it rockets back up to its previous £399 price point.
Just to be clear, that's double the normal storage capacity, and it does come with a copy of Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare. No Kinect, though.
Bought a shiny new Xbox One this Black Friday weekend? Well, you'll want something to play on it, I should imagine. How about four remastered Halo games for just over £25?
Sadly, Xtra-Vision's voucher code expired, but Gamestop have Halo: MCC for just a couple of quid more, which is still better than the usual £29.99 price point. Here's hoping Amazon price match. Thanks JohnnyShao1!
If you missed out on the chance to get it last month, here's another chance to get Far Cry 4 on current-gen consoles for under £35. This latest deal from CoolShop will save you around £4 compared to the next best offer elsewhere.
The Limited Edition comes with the Hurk's Redemption missions, which apparently provides an extra hour of gameplay and a harpoon gun. We'll be delivering our official verdict later this week, but considering how impressed Jon was with the way Far Cry 4 goes between the relatively-realistic open world sandbox and a spiritual dimension where you have a tiger at your command, it's almost safe to say that if you enjoyed its predecessor you'll find some fun in this instalment. Thanks to cosmic85 @ HUKD!
Now the dust has settled on Black Friday, there are still some hot deals to be had, like Wolfenstein: The New Order for £19.85. Buying the game also grants you access to the upcoming Doom beta, not that we have any clue when that might be.
Wolfenstein: The New Order has a huge shout at my Game of the Year pick thanks to providing a classic bombastic old school shooter experience. There's an outstanding stealth game in there too if you fancy being a bit sneaky. Fantastic replay value is offered by multiple routes, unique skills and loads of treasure to reclaim from the Nazis. The story is way better than I expected too, with a pleasing mix of emotions and grin-inducing one liners. More of this please! Purchasing this download will also get you a place on the upcoming Doom beta.
The Metro games are two of the finest, most atmospheric FPS titles to come out in recent years, and now you can grab both for less than £7 each at Gamersgate
NB. You'll need to use the code GAMERSGATE-TURKEY to get them at this price. Click here to read our Metro Redux review. Cheers oUkTuRkEyIII!
Missed out on the Xbox One 1TB COD: Advanced Warfare Limited Edition bundle when it was down at £299? Well GAME are listing it again for £319.99, which is still a massive discount on its previous £399 price point.
Just to be clear, that's double the normal storage capacity, and it does come with a copy of Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare. No Kinect, though. Cheers Mark!
Halo: The Master Chief Collection is running much more smoothly now, according to Jon, so treat yourself to the master Chief's legacy for under £25 this Black Friday.
NB. Use code CSFIVEP18 to get it at this price, and you can click here to check out our Halo: MCC review. Cheers RabLewandowski
If you're an Xbox LIVE Gold subscriber, you can but Titanfall: Deluxe Edition for a tenner right now on the Microsoft Store!
It seems a few of GAME's Black Friday deals may have gone live a little early. You can grab the Xbox One Call of Duty Advanced Warfare: Limited Edition 1TB Console for under £300.
Just to be clear, that's double the normal storage capacity, and it does come with a copy of Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare. No Kinect, mind, but who really cares these days?
When it works, which is actually pretty often these days, Battlefield 4 is outstanding. It really is. In fact, if you're not exactly thrilled by the FPS prospects this Christmas, now's a great time to jump into BF 4, and GAME are running a deal ahead of Black Friday that has bumped over a tenner off their previous price.
Thanks for the tip Mark!