The usual go-to deal price for this one is a pound more, so this listing for L.A. Noire is worth highlighting. Along with the main game you also get all of the DLC in the Complete Edition, meaning 5 additional cases and several suits which provide enhancements to certain gameplay mechanics. Of course, L.A. Noire isn’t a perfect game, but the overall experience (as long as you’re not expecting an action-fest) is superb. Thanks to Buzz for the heads-up!
Be sure to check out our L.A. Noire (PS3) review for more details.
Alright then folks, you know the drill by now. Steam have given us nine more deals on their front page, and we’ve got the best of the bunch highlighted below for your convenience. Check them out below!
The standard edition is currently going for a fiver in this sale, but for £1.24 extra you can get the entire collection of DLC to go with the main game. The game itself may falter during the action sequences, but the rest of the experience is definitely worth a look, especially at this price.
Yowzer. With the exception of Shogun II, this Mega Pack contains ever Total War game that has been released, including their expansions. That’s a lot of war for under a tenner.
The tough-as-nails platformer gets a hefty reduction in today’s listings, and at £3 it is worth every penny. Also on sale is the soundtrack, so if you fancy being reminded of the torment after you’re done it will only set you back £1.24.
It’s all change in the indie department once again. Your five offerings today are Avadon: The Black Fortress, Dungeons of Dredmor, Q.U.B.E., Vessel, and Zombie Driver.
If you didn't pick up L.A. Noire when it released earlier this year (I must admit, I was late to the party), your apathy has been rewarded by the complete edition that contains all of the DLC cases.
And now, like the great big gaming silverback that it is, Steam has thrown its weight behind a massive deal that brings the PC version down to just over £6.
If you didn't pick up L.A. Noire when it released earlier this year, your apathy has been rewarded by the new complete edition that contains all of the DLC cases. Coolshop has the cheapest price around for the PC version (saving you a few quid), so it might be worth getting involved before they shift the last of their stock.