Here's another chance to get the latest wrasslin' game for £30, beating the next best price on current-gen systems by a fiver. Included with the purchase is the ability to add the Terminator (no, you read that correctly) to the roster of available wrestlers. There's been some positive noise from this year's edition thanks to changes to the AI and reversal systems, although it comes at the price of inconsistent visuals. That said, you can also play through Stone Cold Steve Austin's career, so you'll probably be too busy raising some hell to care. Thanks to daddyblake @ HUKD!
Here's another chance to get hold of the Special Edition for £23 if you missed last week's offer. You'll get an hours worth of extra missions with the Special Edition, although that's a drop in the ocean considering how much else there is to do. We called Syndicate a return to form for the Assassin's Creed series in our review, thanks to its back-to-basics approach and the exceptional world building of its Victorian-era London. Plus, you know, you get to hit people with a sword cane whilst wearing a top hat. That right there is worth the price of admission. Thanks to oUkTuRkEyIII @ HUKD!
Be sure to check out our Assassin's Creed Syndicate review for more details.
UPDATE: An even cheaper listing has appeared, so we've updated our post with the new price. Cheers for Buzz for the heads-up!
It's one of the cheapest prices we've seen for the console version, and at the time of writing these Special Edition listings works out cheaper than the best offers for a standard copy. You'll get an hours worth of extra missions with the Special Edition, although that's a drop in the ocean considering how much else there is to do. We called Syndicate a return to form for the Assassin's Creed series in our review, thanks to its back-to-basics approach and the exceptional world building of its Victorian-era London. Plus, you know, you get to hit people with a sword cane whilst wearing a top hat. That right there is worth the price of admission. Thanks to oUkTuRkEyIII @ HUKD!
Be sure to check out our Assassin's Creed Syndicate review for more details.
With most other listings being over £30 at the moment, it makes these listings for The Taken King on current-gen consoles worthy of a highlight. As we point out in the review, The Taken King does enough to bring Destiny back on course thanks to a streamlined progression system and renewed focus on story. While newcomers will get the most value out of this (as the base game is included) former players will find this the right time to rejoin the fight as well. Thanks to Iqs @ HUKD!
Be sure to check out our Destiny: The Taken King review for more details.
Here's one of the lowest prices we've seen for the Definitive Edition on console, beating the next best offers elsewhere by a few pounds. Better performance and additional DLC make this a worthwhile pick up if you're after a fast-paced and satisfying brawler. The high level of replayability doesn't hurt either, so long as you can stomach the issues with the campaign's pacing. Thanks to oUkTuRkEyIII @ HUKD!
Be sure to check out our DmC: Devil May Cry Definitive Edition review for more details.
With all of the additional heists that have been added over the years, this actually works out as being one hell of a bargain. Sure, it doesn't come with a bunch of DLC like the Crimewave Edition does, but with the festive Steam Sale no doubt round the corner you could pick up the bits you want for next to nothing. As for the game, Payday 2 has been refined significantly over time to become a fantastic co-op shooter. While there was some idiocy regarding pay-to-win boosts recently, Overkill have admitted fault and said it won't happen again. So, if you've got some friends who fancy some virtual crime, get hold of this one. Thanks to ddv @ HUKD!
Be sure to check out our Payday 2 review for more details.
This isn't as good a deal as the ridiculous Black Friday offer Argos were doing last week, but at the time writing it's the cheapest price on current-gen systems by a fiver. Included with the purchase is the ability to add the Terminator (no, you read that correctly) to the roster of available wrestlers. There's been some positive noise from this year's edition thanks to changes to the AI and reversal systems, although it comes at the price of inconsistent visuals. That said, you can also play through Stone Cold Steve Austin's career, so you probably won't care as you'll be too busy raising hell.
Here's a great offer those those who have yet to jump to the current-gen and have also yet to play the latest Dark Souls title. You'll be saving as much as you're spending with this offer compared to the next best deal elsewhere. While its revised version in Scholars of the First Sin refines the overall experience, I enjoyed exploring the expansive and varied world of Drangleic in the first edition of the game. It's also a much more accessible entry point to the series compared to its predecessor, although let's face it - it's still a Dark Souls game, and you will die. Thanks to sm182 @ HUKD!
Be sure to check out our Dark Souls II review for more details.
While we've seen cheaper Wii U premium bundles in the past, this is the lowest price for one that includes two of the best games for the system right now. With the best offer for both titles currently coming in at around £50 overall, it makes this particular bundle very tempting for those that have yet to get hold of one. Thanks to heartyparty @ HUKD!
This is probably the best value package you'll find today, and it's all thanks to this record low price. With 30 games bundled together for just a tenner, including Perfect Dark, Banjo-Kazooie, Killer Instinct Gold, Battletoads, Viva Pinata and more, it should keep those of you after some retro gaming action busy for a long, long time. Thanks to oUkTuRkEyIII @ HUKD!
UPDATE: We've been made aware that the listing from Rice Digital previously highlighted wasn't the cheapest price, and have updated our post accordingly.
While we have seen slightly lower prices in the past, this is the cheapest price at the time of writing. Overall it beats the next best offer elsewhere by £2.50. In addition to the main game, the Day One Edition comes with the Slime Weapon Pack, which includes 5 Slime weapons for you to use in-game. While it may be yet another Warriors-style game from Omega Force, the consensus is the Dragon Quest world works well with the hack-and-slash combat. So long as you don't have 'Warriors fatigue', you may end up enjoy this one if you're a fan of the Dragon Quest series. Thanks to MaffewVG for the heads-up!
Here's the first time we've seen the remastered version of Gears fall to the £15 mark, with this listing beating the next best price by a a fiver. While we're a little disappointed that only the first instalment will be given the remaster treatment, promising a slick visual makeover, concept art, and new content should make the Ultimate Edition excellent remake of what we'd consider to be the best game in the series (mainly because of the Cole Train's rap.) Thanks to oUkTuRkEyIII @ HUKD!
We've seen TESO fall to around the £20 a few times, but this is the cheapest price we've seen for Bethesda's now-subscription-less MMORPG. From what I've played of it, there have been numerous improvements from its condition at launch, making it more MMO-like and more Skyrim-esque, but it still doesn't quite hit the mark of either. Still, new content is being added all the time - including the Orsinium DLC that was released yesterday - so for £18 you can decide for yourself and fight back the forces of Molag Bal. Or spend the entire time stealing things. Either or. Thanks to oUkTuRkEyIII @ HUKD!
Be sure to check out our The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited review for more details.
This isn't the lowest price we've seen it, but it is the best offer around at the time of writing. It beats the next cheapest deal elsewhere by a few pounds. As for the game itself, we said that Killzone: Mercenary set "a new benchmark for handheld first person shooters" in our review, and that still remains the case today. If you pick up a Vita on the cheap in the next few months, we'd recommend this one wholeheartedly. Thanks to oUkTuRkEyIII @ HUKD!
Be sure to check out our Killzone: Mercenary review for more details.
If you're looking to get into the current-gen of consoles right now and are on a budget, this bundle may be worth a look. The refurbished console may have some light cosmetic damage, but Sony promise it will work like a brand new console (with 12 months warranty thrown in just to be sure.) With the price of the games included, you're basically getting the console for around £200 overall, but that's not all. Also included is a voucher booklet with £100 worth of savings, but it should be noted that most of them are £5 off specific games.
Here's a mighty fine bundle for those of you that are looking to get a PS4 with a trio of current games. When you base it on the current prices for the games included, you're basically getting the console for around £260, which isn't bad going. There's also the 3 months of Now TV thrown in for good measure, so you'll now doubt be entertained for some time with this bundle. Thanks to hiws2k @ HUKD!
This is the lowest price we've seen for the Occupied Edition on consoles, and is surprisingly cheaper than most listings for the standard edition. Considering you get a 20-page travel guide to occupied Britain, a travel card holder, a set of three postcards, and access to the Doom Beta (whenever that starts) along with a copy of the game, it's a bit of a no-brainer. Harnessing old school gameplay and pairing it up with a sense of style, we felt that The New Order a glorious return for the Wolfenstein franchise in our review. It also proved that single-player-only FPS games still have a place in modern gaming. Oh, and there are killer robot dogs. So plus points all round, basically. Thanks to oUkTuRkEyIII @ HUKD!
Be sure to check out our Wolfenstein: The New Order review for more details.
If you're not too fussed about a game being brand new and want to catch up on some of the recent AAA titles, this might be worth a look. GAME have issued a voucher code that works with select pre-owned titles across all platforms. You can see the full list of games on offer by hitting the link below.
Thanks to Buzz for the heads-up!
If you're in the market for some PC accessories, GAME are running a promotional code which knocks 15% off the asking price of select items. Headsets, keyboards, mice and even joysticks are among the listings from SteelSeries, MadCatz, and Thrustmaster. Cheers to Buzz for the heads-up!
Much like with last week's deal with Watch Dogs, GAME are selling pre-owned copies of Killzone Shadow Fall for just £1. All you have to do to get it at this price is spend £10 on pre-owned titles at your local store. Unfortunately, the website has run out of stock already, but we've got the link below for you to check out just in case they do manage to find some more stock somewhere. Just do bear in mind that unlike the in-store offer - where you can spend £10 on any pre-owned game - there are only select titles on offer via the website.
As for the game, it ended up being more of a tech demo than a definitive FPS experience, but the multiplayer is still a good romp and for just a pound it's definitely worth adding to your PS4 library. You can read more about it in our Killzone Shadow Fall review. Thanks to adamguest1985 @ HUKD!