Tesco have seriously slashed the prices on their range of Skylanders figurines, with individual figures going from £2.50. Click here to check out the range of Skylanders at Tesco >>
The figurines will work with any of the Portals of Power, and so it doesn't matter what platform you're playing the game on. See anything that takes your fancy? Cheers to Biboboy for the tip!
Nintendo's amateurish attitude towards stocking their flagship items has actually served to make Amiibo figures fairly valuable propositions. Fox is one of the more regular figures, but he'#s a steal at £9.22 given that the figures normally retail for £10 and up.
You can also use the Video Game Box voucher code "VGB5" to get an extra 5% off, bringing the price down to £9.22.
I have a love/hate relationship with Gamerabilia. On the one hand, it's a store I can spend hours browsing, furtively coveting pretty much each and every item, mapping out shelf space for all of the collectibles and trinkets and limited edition figurines and OHGODWHEREDIDALLTHEMONEYGO?!
Let me rephrase that: I love Gamerabilia...but my wallet doesn't.
Thankfully, though, the folks over at the site have launched a voucher code for the start of April that'll knock 10% off of your basket (pre-orders excluded) meaning that you can finally get that Zelda bag you always wanted.
All you have to do is use the discount code "APRILCOOL" to get 10% off your next order at Gamerabilia (redeem code on Shopping Basket page, not valid on pre-orders). Just make sure you do it this week as the offer expires at midnight on Monday 7th April.
Let us know if you snaffle anything up!
Here's a great deal for all you Bioshock fans out there that gives you the chance to get your hands on a Little Sister's Big Daddy toy and/or a precious Eve Hypo that you can pretend to replenish your plasmids with.
Play have cut their prices for both of these exclusive replicas, down to £8.99 for the Big Daddy toy and £7.99 for the Eve Hypo, which should make them pretty irresistible to collectors, especially as the alternative seems to be picking them up on ebay for around the £20 mark each once you've factored in the postage charges.
The Big Daddy toy stands at around 7 inches tall and resembles the formidable Bouncer, coming equipped with a corkscrew arm and baseball head, and was featured in the early trailers for Bioshock 2.
The Eve Hypo is approximately 8 inches long, and whilst it initially appears to have been drained of its useful contents, there's a built in LED that restores its healthy blue glow, which in-game at least makes searching for them a little bit easier.
Now that the prices for both items have dropped to below £10, it makes the decision to add a few new pieces of memorabilia to your collection that little bit easier.
Thanks to SeeBell @ HUKD
This is a pretty sweet deal for anyone that likes collectible nick-nacks. Only 1250 of these statues were made and they were originally sold for £89.99. Play seems to be the only retailer in the UK that has the statue in stock and on ebay it goes for at least £69.99, while international retailers' prices start at around $100.
The statue is 7 inches tall and depicts Ocarina of Time's adult Link in his Goron tunic which protects him from the extreme heat of Death Mountain Crater. It is made of high quality, weighty polystone, hand-finished and hand-painted.
A friend of mine has the original version of the statue, which is identical to this one except for the colour of Link's outfit and it's a really nice and well made model. It's got good customer reviews all round and seems well worth grabbing at this price; with such a limited production Play are going to run out at some point! However if you already have the original version or the zora tunic edition then it's probably not worth it as it's just the same model with a different colour scheme.
Thanks to Rhys135 at Hotukdeals!
A little bit of a left-field entry today, but for those of you dismayed at not having managed to snaffle up a copy of the Veteran Edition of Modern Warfare 2, which came packaged with a rather nice ornamental paperweight carved out to look like the Kevin McKidd-voiced hard man, it would appear that you can now sleep well in the knowledge that GAME and Gamestation are now offering consumers the chance to buy the little homage to gruff, clinical violence separately. Hit one of the links below to get your own slice of MW2 in tangible form for just £9.99.
To be honest, there's absolutely no need for something like this. This falls squarely into the 'Impulse Buy' category of your mind where cheap pieces of tat can be reconstituted by the brain into objects of ultimate desire. But that's the beauty of it - I can't find a single piece of justification for buying this, and yet I kind of want one. And I'm betting that there are a few others out there as well. There are three sets of interchangeable weapons, from the dual .45 calibre pistols to the classic M14 rifle and not forgetting, of course, the excruciatingly painful icepicks. It's quite heavy though, so try not to drop the Soap.
Thanks to robinkurosaki at HUKD