Been waiting for a hot deal for The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited on PC? This £7.59 deal is currently the cheapest price around. To get a 5% discount, go to the retailer's Facebook page and click the link. You don't have to enter an email address, just enter any text and press enter for a code.
Don't worry about online subscription fees, they were dropped long ago for this title. There's plenty to do in the main game, but when you're done, take a look at the Imperial City DLC. Still not sure? Take a look at Jon's console review.
Fancy reliving the Hobbit movies in Lego form and pandering to your obsessive nature over in-game collectibles? Then be sure to pick up Lego The Hobbit on your PC for just £1.99.
The latest Lego effort is one of the more rushed efforts from the overworked Traveller's Tales studio, but it's much more appealing at this price. It's certainly worth a look if you're a series fan. The third film was supposed to be added as DLC when the final film hit cinemas, but has since been cancelled. There's still at least 30 hours of game here if you want to 100% it.
Thanks to goonertillidie.
Need a bit of traditional survival horror in your life? PC gamers can now pick up The Evil Within from just £2.99. PS4 and Xbox One owners can get a copy delivered for £9.99 marking the lowest prices we've seen across all three formats. To make things even sweeter, this is for the Limited Edition of the game.
The Evil Within is a return to traditional survival horror values with an unforgiving difficulty curve and a serious lack of ammo. Sounds harsh? That's the way the Resident Evil games used to be yanno (before all the zombies got motorbikes and machine guns). If Dark Souls was your introduction to tough gaming, you'll get a kick (and maybe a chainsaw to the face) from The Evil Within, be sure to check out the HD remake of the original Resident Evil too.
Thanks to BuzzDuraband.
This is one of the lowest prices we've seen for this one, although it is worth pointing out that this is for a physical copy that is redeemable via Steam. As we point out in our review, Obsidian Entertainment have managed to create an enjoyable and authentic South Park experience thanks to the involvement of Trey Parker and Matt Stone. With a combat system that is surprisingly deeper than it appears, it would seem that The Stick Of Truth has ended up being worth the wait - despite the hilarious censorship issues. Cheers to Buzz for the heads-up!
Be sure to check out our South Park: The Stick of Truth review for more details.
There's a saving of over a tenner on this listing, and it's made even better by using the voucher code above. In some regards, Just Cause 3 delivered more of the same, but when that more of the same is ridiculous carnage over a tropical island, that's no necessarily a bad thing. Unlimited C4 and the new addition of the wingsuit give the action new life, so as long as you can get over the load times you'll have a blast with this one. Cheers to Buzz for the heads-up!
Be sure to check out our Just Cause 3 review for more details.
With the latest Steam sale knocking a massive 80% off the asking price, it means you can relive one of the genre's greatest titles for just over £2. Sure, its mechanics are somewhat dated, and some of its puzzles suffer from "developer logic", but its imaginative story, vibrant world, and unforgettable characters overshadow any grievance I could come up with. Thanks to FantasyDeals @ HUKD!
Be sure to check out our Grim Fandango Remastered review for more details.
The festive voucher code not only brings down the price to the lowest we've seen, but it also works on all of the DLC packs - the Back To The Future car pack, Choas Run DLC, Supersonic Fury DLC, and Revenge of the Battle Cars DLC - meaning there's even savings for existing players. Let's not beat around the bush here - Rocket League is a superb eSports experience that is easy to learn, difficult to master, and a hell of a lot of fun to play. With Season 1 having just kicked off recently as well, now is the time to jump in and score some awesome goals. If you need more convincing, why not check out myself and GMG's Matt Gardner showing off our incredible (and no way flukey) skills? Thanks to Mark43 @ HUKD!
Need to book in 60 days of World of Warcraft action? Well, you'll want to take advantage of this brand new deal that has it flying off digital shelves for just £10. The next best deal we can find is about £16. So you may as well stock up.
Thanks to MizStar.
Ok, so you've been to the cinema to see Star Wars: The Force Awakens and realised that you absolutely need a copy of Star Wars: Battlefront in your life? Don't worry, we've rounded up the best deals from around the net today. The PS4 offers are far better than the XO versions as the Xbox deals seem to be stuck at £40+ at most sites.
*Here's our simple guide to setting up a US PSN account from the UK. To get a 5% discount, go to the retailer's Facebook page and click the link. You don't have to enter an email address, just enter any text and press enter for a code. You'll also need to ensure you buy US versions of the DLC if you want it later on too, but CD Keys are bound to have an offer for that when the time comes.
**Use the aforementioned Facebook code to knock it down to this price.
This ends up being one of the lowest prices we've seen for the PC version, even without the use of the voucher code. In our review we called Techland's latest "a diamond in the rough that really empowers you to revel in the design aspects of its zombie-infested sandbox," so to grab it for under a tenner isn't too shabby. Thanks to kaylanify @ HUKD!
Be sure to check out our Dying Light review for more details.
The saving is pretty much pence at this point, but this is the cheapest deal around at the time of writing. While the price may well creep down over time, I honestly feel you'll get your money's worth even at this stage. The open-world of the Commonwealth is huge, filled with things to do or kill, and features some of the best writing Bethesda have done to date. Then there's the customization options for items and settlement building that will steal your life away. If you call yourself an RPG fan, you really should get hold of it. Thanks to Ag2014 @ HUKD!
Be sure to check out our Fallout 4 review for more details.
UPDATE: Well, that one didn't last long!
This deal is worth shouting about for two reasons. Firstly, it's the only sub-£20 listing in stock, with the next best price being £7 more expensive. Secondly, it also includes An Alternative Reality, a documentary about the making of Football Manager. As for the game, there are a bunch of new features in this year's edition, including avatars for managers (that can be seen in-game), more realistic injuries for you to worry about, expanded press interaction to ruin your virtual reputation, and a Fantasy Draft mode that can be played with others. As always, we at Dealspwn do not take responsibility for the destruction of your social life / exam results / career if you do buy it. Thanks to mrcwtonothy @ HUKD!
GOG.com have been giving away a number of titles recently, and Worms Forts is the latest one on the list. All you need to do it log into your account, add the game to you basket, and then go through the checkout process. While the transition to 3D gameplay didn't light the world on fire, Worms Forts certainly had its moments and was filled with the usual charm the series is known for. If you're looking for some ridiculous turn-based multiplayer action you may as well give this a go. After all, it's free! Thanks to Buzz for the heads-up!
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.
Expected sometime before June next year, this is the cheapest price for the sixth expansion to World of Warcraft. As it stands, it works out around £7 cheaper than the next best offer. In addition to the expansion, you'll also be granted a level 100 instant boost, ensuring any existing or brand new character hits is ready for the new content in The Broken Isles. You can learn more about the upcoming expansion by checking out our coverage of the World of Warcraft Legion reveal from earlier this year. Do please note that this is not a standalone product and will require the base game and its previous expansions to work. Cheers to Buzz for the heads-up!
Although it arrives tomorrow, many UK retailers aren't listing a price for this one yet. Thankfully, we do have a price from CDKeys, coming in at under £12. The graphics have had a few touch ups, but it otherwise remains unchanged from the console release. As for the game, it ended up being a decent closer for theFF13 saga, despite an annoying time limit and its leading character not being the most standout the franchise has developed. Still, if you've picked up the previous two PC re-releases, you'll no doubt want to finish the trilogy, and this is a decent price. Cheers to Buzz for the heads-up!
This year's Holiday Surprise Box from Square Enix is here, meaning it's once again time to channel your inner David Mills. For £4.99 you'll receive five PC games that could be anything from Square Enix's back catalogue. It's always a bit of a gamble, especially if you own a number of games published by them, but there's always the chance they will throw in something awesome like Sleeping Dogs: Definitive Edition or Quantum Conundrum. You've got until 18/12/2015 07: 59 AM GMT to decide if you want what's in the box, with the full list of contents to be announced at 3PM later that day. Thanks to FantasyDeals @ HUKD!
We've had more than our fair share of open world sandboxes on the new-gen consoles, but the wait for Just Cause 3 has been a rather long one. After all, nobody quite does explosions like Rico Rodriguez.
Just Cause 3 does so many fun things right, but the number of basic elements that it utterly fails at is truly shocking. My first few hours with the game were not good at all actually. However, as I got used to the rough edges, the fun side of the game eventually prevailed and I found myself reluctantly being teased into having a good time.
The story is mere window dressing to the carnage. Rico is once again tasked with liberating a sun-kissed set of islands from a tyrannical dictator. Rico isn't so much of a character as much as a walking accent. But at least he's not an asshole (hello, Mad Max).
What's the best way to liberate a nation? By blowing up anything with red paint on it apparently. Small towns or settlements are packed with destructible items like propaganda speakers, dictator statues, billboards, fuel depots, generators and the like. Destroy them all and that's another location ticked off the map. With over 100 areas to liberate, you're not going home any time soon. You'll also need to reach various liberation milestones to unlock story missions, so you may as well get stuck into any town you glide past.Click here to read more...
Before we dive into our appraisal of Book Four, here’s our usual bit of housekeeping for our episodic reviews. If you haven’t already, be sure to get up to speed with our reviews for Dreamfall Chapters – Book One: Reborn, Dreamfall Chapters – Book Two: Rebels and Dreamfall Chapters – Book Three: Realms by hitting the links provided. As always with our episodic reviews, our score will be published once the season is finished, reflecting the game as a whole.
Those of you who read my review for Book Three will know that, while it was enjoyable and made some big narrative moves, I felt it to be the weakest episode overall so far. It wasn’t a bad episode at all, and in fact it had some important reveals that have been hanging over The Longest Journey saga for years, but it failed to match the masterclasses that were Books One and Two. In saying this, it honestly felt like I was kicking a beloved and faithful animal that had been following me around for years. I felt terrible.
Absolutely justified, but still terrible.
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Gearbox Software's next title will be with us in February, and this is the best pre-order offer around if you're after the PC version. It beats the next best price by over a tenner. Having revealed its latest character during this weekend's PlayStation Experience presser, this hero shooter will feature team-based multiplayer, and a story campaign that can be played solo or co-op. That's about as much as we can say right now as we've not got hands-on with it, but there's a beta due to begin next month, so hopefully we'll know if it's up to the same standard as Borderlands before release. Still, if you absolutely must get it, this is the best price around. Thanks to Ag2014 @ HUKD!