FIFA 15 on PC has dropped again! This is the first time ever that the popular football franchise has dropped under £10. CDKeys have it listed at just £10.45. If you like the CDKeys Facebook page you can get a 5% discount voucher which will bring the price down to just £9.99.
FIFA 15 brings football to life in stunning detail so fans can experience the emotion of the sport like never before. Witness the intensity of crowds chanting and cheering like on match day, and listen to commentators guide fans through the story of the game with dynamic match presentation. For the first time ever, all 22 players on the pitch are connected with emotional intelligence – now players will react to opponents and teammates within the context, and relative to the narrative of the match.Click here to read more...
CDKeys have Mortal Kombat X on PC (Steam Redeemable) at just £19.45. If you like the CDKeys Facebook page you can get a further 5% discount bringing the price of the game down to just £18.49. The premium edition includes the base game and the kombat pack which will enable you to unlock klassic kombatants and iconic guest characters.
Mortal Kombat X combines unparalleled, cinematic presentation with all new gameplay. For the first time, players can choose from multiple variations of each character impacting both strategy and fighting style.
The Bioshock: Infinite season pass comes three additional DLC packs and also includes early bird special pack which is only available to season pass holders.
BioShock Infinite: Burial at Sea - Episode One
Come back to Rapture in a story that brings Booker and Elizabeth to the underwater city on the eve of its fall from grace. Developed by Irrational Games, the studio behind the original BioShock and BioShock Infinite, this DLC features Rapture as you’ve never seen it before—a shining jewel at the bottom of the ocean, built almost entirely from scratch in the BioShock Infinite engine. The combat experience has been rebalanced and reworked with a greater emphasis on stealth and resource management to give the player an original BioShock combat experience that merges the best parts of BioShock and BioShock Infinite. It includes a new weapon, an old favorite weapon from the original BioShock as well as the return of the weapon wheel, a new Plasmid, new Gear, and Tears.
Explore the city when it was at the height of its beauty, meet some old “friends,” and make some new ones, all through the eyes of Booker DeWitt. Why are Booker and Elizabeth in Rapture? What was the city like before everything fell to pieces? The answers to these questions and more will be found in BioShock Infinite: Burial at Sea – Episode 1. This pack is included in the BioShock Infinite Season Pass and will contain new Achievements.Click here to read more...
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Fight for control of Tokyo-to, mark your turf with graffiti, tag walls, billboards, and even rival gang members! Perform tricks and flips on magnetically driven in-line skates, but watch out for the local police force!
From the makers of Sid Meier’s Civilization comes a game about civilization’s last stand. As the commander of an elite paramilitary organization known as XCOM, you control Earth’s defenses against a terrifying alien invasion.
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The Deus Ex Collection includes the complete library of Deus Ex titles ever released for PC, including the Game of the Year Edition of the original masterpiece, as well as the Director's Cut version of the applauded Deus Ex: Human Revolution.
The games included are:
It's been a great day for Star Wars fans as many of us had breakfast while hitting repeat on the new Star Wars: The Force Awakens trailer, and now we have the first proper trailer for Star Wars: Battlefront. It looks like we'll get to play the game before the new movie too as EA announced a November 20th release date in the UK and November 17th in US for the game PS4, Xbox one and PC.
If you've missed out on earlier details on Star Wars: Battlefront, we'll catch you up before you watch the trailer below. Up to 40 players will do battle as two teams across famous environments of the original Star Wars trilogy. Players will be able to switch between first and third-person perspectives while on foot or when controlling vehicles. Oh yes, those iconic vehicles like AT-ATs, X-Wings, speeder bikes and more are back and set to be ridiculous amounts of fun. There will also be hero/villain gameplay opportunities where players will get to control legendary characters like Darth Vadar and walk around the Battlefield with almost godlike powers.
Sounds almost perfect, but we're a little disappointed that there will be no space battles (local atmosphere aerial battles are still a thing). Being able to go from the battlefield to space in one fight would have been great though, and we were kind of expecting it as a next-gen feature to be honest. DICE General Manager Patrick Bach told IGN: "The core of Star Wars battles — the Endors, the Hoths, et cetera — you want to take that to perfection. You want to do it right. Space is hard, right? Not from a [development] perspective, but from a logistical perspective. Is that fun? For us it doesn’t make sense to create a battle above you if you’re fighting other players who are not there to fight. Our focus is to do planetary battles." We're not entirely sold on that excuse, but given how poorly DICE's choppers handle in Battlefield 3 and 4, we might be better off. Anyway, aren't you the best for reading through all this first? Enjoy the trailer!Click here to read more...
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.
Challenging and fast-paced with a modern twist on old school RPG battle systems, QuestRun is unlike anything you have played before. A J-RPG inspired tactical game with rogue-like elements and deep engaging gameplay. You love RPGs but can go without in depth dialogues and scenario based text? QuestRun is for you - taking you to battle in various themed dungeons. Progress as far as you can with your chosen heroes, die in agony and try again! Apply new strategies, try new heroes, choose new perils and die anyway! Untimely, premature deaths await!
The games up for grabs are all Steam redeemable onto your PC. Here is what they have:
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F1 2015 has emerged from the pits gleaming and ready to race. Sporting a brand new engine, it's rebuilt from the ground up, both in terms of visuals, content, handling, AI and presentation.
That's a good thing too, because we had to bring out the Safety Car for F1 2014. "To be honest you're best off ignoring it and investigating next year's effort instead," we wrote in our review, criticising its recycled content and lousy GamePad controls. There was fun to be had with the right racing wheel, but it's clear that Codemasters had their work cut out.
Now that we've been able to get hands-on with "next year's effort," I'm delighted to report that F1 2015 is a very different beast. Though there's work to be done, it's clear that Codies are dead-set on finishing in pole position and are well on the way to doing just that.
Seeing as we're talking about a racing sim, it's only fitting that we start with the engine. F1 2015 is powered by EGO 3, which is brand new and built entirely from scratch. Every asset is therefore completely original, from the models and textures to the re-recorded engine sounds for each manufacturer and even the race engineer banter, which will now burst forth from your DualShock 4 if playing on PS4. Lighting and frame rate has been boosted across the board with PC and current-gen systems in mind. Booting up the Singapore circuit during a vicious midnight rainstorm, I was keen to put Codies' boasts to the test.Click here to read more...
The GamesPlanet Spring Sale is in full swing with bargains galore.
You've still got a few hours to pick up today's selection, which includes Alien Isolation for £6.99, Naruto: Ultimate Ninja Storm 3 for £4.99 and the BioShock Triple Pack for £7.48. However, there'll be a new selection to enjoy over the weekend, which you can find below...Click here to read more...
Steam are legendary for their cheap deals, but you can make your money go further by grabbing discounted store credit ahead of time. Right now you can buy £50 worth of Steam Wallet funds for only £42.75 courtesy of CDKeys, so long as you like them on Facebook and use the 5% voucher code.
Just click the widget at the top of the store page and follow the instructions.
The Charnel House Trilogy is out now: an eerie adventure of buried secrets and truths mired in doubt. Join Alex Davenport and Dr. Harold Lang, two strangers aboard an ominous train, grasping at fragments of memories and confronting pasts perhaps best left forgotten. Point! Click!
If you fancy getting involved, Green Man Gaming have the cheapest price around, which you can knock down even further with our Dealspwn voucher code!
The world’s greatest fighting game evolves to a whole new level with Ultra Street Fighter IV. Continuing the tradition of excellence the series is known for, five new characters and six new stages have been added for even more fighting mayhem, with rebalanced gameplay and original modes topping off this ultimate offering. Get Ultra!
Naruto Ultimate Ninja Storm 4 is shaping up brilliantly -- make sure to check out our PS4 preview -- but you can catch up on the series with this incredibly cheap deal for its capable predecessor.
If you're a fan of Naruto Shippuden and didn't buy Naruto Ultimate Ninja Storm 3, the Full Burst Edition will suit you down to the ground. It's just like the anime: amazing fight scenes, gorgeous animation and ten billion hours of tedious angsty exposition delivered by uneven inconsistently-written characters. Which sounds terrible, yet somehow the series works and so does the game, especially in multiplayer. We've seen it cheaper in shortlived voucher offers, but £5.00 is still a steal.
Project CARS has suffered its share of delays and setbacks over the last few months, but it's finally nearing the chequered flag. Slightly Mad Studios' anticipated racer is now locked down for May 8th on PC, PS4 and Xbox One, but even though we've attended plenty of preview events, we've never caught sight of the elusive Xbox One version, let alone tested it.
Until now. Bandai Namco brought the latest build along to Level-Up 2015, where we were able to put it through its paces.
The bad news is that Project CARS will only run at native 900p on Xbox One, but the good news is that it's still a very handsome and surprisingly scalable racer that's shaping up very nicely.
Project CARS' handling, as ever, helps to set it apart from the pack. Painstakingly tweaked with input from real racing drivers including Nicholas Hamilton, Oliver James Webb and former Top Gear Stig Ben Collins, every car, track, surface and weather condition feels unique and exceptionally authentic. Thrashing about in a ridiculous supercharged Le Mans prototype feels delightfully nervy as you wrestle to keep control of a twitchy thoroughbred powered by a nuclear reactor, whereas a friendly little Focus RS can be chucked about like nobody's business. Every corner, every bump, has been tested by one of Slightly Mad's trained racing drivers and altered according to what they know happens based on their years of experience.
Though scalable and intuitive, the handling takes a little getting used to if you've been playing a lot of arcade racers, seeing as cars actually handle as they do in real life as opposed to just plugging raw data into the physics engine. The Xbox One's impulse triggers also help connect you to the road, while a quick jab of the D-Pad allows you to tab through some astonishingly comprehensive real-time metrics.Click here to read more...
Four new bundles have gone live on GOG.com as the Bundle Tower promotion rolls on. They're pretty tasty to boot.
Two movie compilations are also available at massive discounts:
"Hyperdimension Neptunia Re;Birth 1 is an excellent remake of a flawed JRPG, retaining the quirky parody story of the original Hyperdimension Neptunia while bringing everything else up to date," I wrote in my 8/10 review. "Enhanced combat, visuals and gameplay systems make for a great portable RPG." It's well worth a play even if it's a bit on the risqué side (to say the least), and you can now grab a Steam code at a 50% saving.