Fancy saving yourself over £7 for a digital copy of FIFA 15? Of course you do, so head on over to CD Keys and don't forget to take advantage of their facebook offer at the top of their page to get a code to knock 5% off, bringing it down to a delicious £22.79.
Thanks to Gooner.
400 Days acts as an inbetween episode for Seasons 1 and 2 of Telltale's The Walking Dead series and can now be picked up for only 82p/$1.24 from this site. It's a Mac store download, but it's also PC compatible.
While 400 Days doesn't star characters from the main series, it plays a minor part in Season 2, so be sure to hook it up with an existing save from S1. This is a super price and should be snapped up immediately if you're yet to play Season 2.
Thanks to jaystan.
Bioshock Infinite's season pass is an essential purchase for series fans and the £3.31/$4.99 price-tag is one of the best prices we've seen. Yes, this is on a Mac store, but the download is PC Steam compatible.
The season pass includes the excellent Burial at Sea episodes that sees you playing as Elizabeth in the infamous underwater city of Rapture. For series fans, it's just pure gold. You can read my review of Episode 2 here. The pass also includes the arena DLC and a few in-game bonuses for the main game. The main draw though is this unique trip to Rapture in it's prime before the splicers ripped it apart. Chilling and beautiful in equal measure.
Thanks to jaystan.
Tesco seem to be getting rid of some PC surplus over the weekend, including Medal Of Honor: Warfighter for an insanely cheap £1.75. Though I chastised this incredibly unambitious shooter in my Medal of Honor: Warfighter Review, much is forgiven at this price, but I can't personally vouch for whether it still has a functional multiplayer community.
Still, PC games tend to retain their player bases far longer than the console versions. And again, this is an incredibly cheap PC deal so long as you click and collect. Thanks to ABrune @ HUKD!
Looking for a cheap package holiday to Columbia? Wait, no, not the country. The floating city brought to life by impossible science.
You'll need to collect in store to avoid paying postage. Definitely check out our BioShock Infinite review, but don't dally as stocks may be limited. Thanks ABrune!
This is one hell of a bundle. Partly because you'll get 15 Steam games for only £1.33, but also because several of them are excellent. AI War is great. Bionic Dues is great. Skyward Collapse is great. Tidalis is great. A Valley Without Wind is divisive... but I think it's great.
Those are all Arcen Games titles, mind, while the rest are all over the place quality-wise. Still an absolute steal for less than 9p a game, thanks jaystan!
Use voucher code 20PERO-FFDIGI-GAMESX for the extra discount!
This cheap PC games deal smashes the £15 barrier wide open, making this decent if somewhat less-than-revolutionary strategy game an absolute bargain. Read Carl's Civilization: Beyond Earth review for all the details!
Forced may look like your garden variety SHMUP or MOBA, but it really ain't. Rather, this innovative indie effort is a cooperative arena gauntlet that's half hectic action and half on-the-fly puzzler, providing 2-4 players with a varied and rewarding experience. You can save a whopping 90% on Bundle Stars by getting the triple pack for £3.30, making every copy worth £1.10.
Yes, there are trading cards before you ask.
Aarklash Legacy surprised me back in 2013. I expected it to be awful -- it's made by Cyanide after all -- yet this brutal and stylish genre hybrid ended up being pretty tasty indeed. Read our Aarklash Legacy review for the details! A bargain at £2.24.
Make sure to use voucher code 20PERO-FFDIGI-GAMESX and read our full Lara Croft And The Temple Of Osiris Review. Thanks jaystan!
This cheap PC games bundle already includes Betrayer, Skara: The Blade Remains, Dark End, Gunspell, Fist Of Jesus and Mountain, along with two further unannounced titles. Primal Carnage is definitely the highlight here though, seeing as this great asymmetrical multiplayer game costs £5.59 on its own even with a recent permanent discount! Also, dinosaurs are cool.
If you already bought the bundle, you should be able to grab your new code.
Don't do anything without reading our detailed The Crew review first, though! What should have been great is sadly fairly mediocre due to unnecessary and unwelcome problems, but a reasonably fun core remains.
Also, bear in mind that Ubisoft have been banning some stolen Uplay keys recently , but CDKeys are one of the most legitimate resellers around.
You'll get Shadow Warrior (2013), Shadow Warrior Classic, Hotline Miami, Serious Sam: The First Encounter and Serious Sam: The Second Encounter alongside ten indie films from multiple genres. It's a saving and a steal, though naturally value decreases sharply with each game you already own and each film you couldn't care less about.
Remember that you have to tick everything to get the discount - the prices in the screenshot only apply when you buy the entire bundle!
This is an insanely cheap PC games deal for Ridge Racer Unbounded, the black sheep of the Ridge Racer family. It has more in common with FlatOut and BurnOut, promising plenty of destruction and vehicular carnage.
You can read our Ridge Racer Unbounded Review for all the details. Thanks alasdairgray and Turkey at HUKD!
Note that online services and servers will go offline on February 28th, however. Still a bargain regardless.
Let's get this out of the way so we can move on: Citizens Of Earth is a love letter to EarthBound. It's an RPG that finds the humour, horror, wonder and weirdness lurking behind everyday life, a skewed perspective on American culture with wry left-field jabs and groan-worthy puns aplenty. As the Vice President of Earth, you'll recruit an army of followers to fight against an otherworldly invasion within the picket fences of your home town, coffee shops, the big city and realms beyond, encountering some bizarre and hilarious foes in traditional first-person turn based battles.
So Citizens Of Earth owes a lot to Mother 2, then, but there's more to it than that. It feels like a painstaking fan project developed by someone who loves the source material and JRPGs...but doesn't have much experience in actually making them.
Because that's exactly what it is. Eden Industries have never made a JRPG before, but in fairness there's a first time for everything. No-one attempted to create an execution puzzler based on light waves until Eden had a crack at it, and Waveform turned out great. As such they approached the marathon task of creating an enormous RPG by throwing everything they had at it, along with some new ideas of their own.
The result is infinitely more than just an EarthBound homage, yet simultaneously the sort of game I hate to review above all others. A game that's packed with clear passion and enthusiasm that I desperately want to love, but makes a number of basic mistakes I just can't ignore.Click here to read more...
This is an insanely cheap PC deal for an enjoyable MMO, even if it does become stale after a while. £3.85 will buy you one hell of a month of exploring, gunning and mobile combat, though. Thanks Turkey!
This is a seriously cheap PC deal for a seriously hardcore strategy game. Even I, Dealspwn's designated 'Grand Strategy Guy,' can't quite find the fun in this mess of nested menus and spreadsheets, but people I respect tell me that it's brilliant if you put in the time.
It might be a good primer for Hearts Of Iron IV - click here to read our latest preview!
Make sure to use voucher code 20PERO-FFDIGI-GAMESX for the extra discount! This cheap PC deal includes the original game and its three expansions, giving you a lot of bang for your buck even when compared to previous discounts.
Hyperdimension Neptunia was a cheeky, racy and often genuinely hilarious game industry parody, but the original game was saddled with terrible combat, pacing and other issues on PS3. Thankfully the Vita remake -- Hyperdimension Neptuna Re;Birth 1 -- was absolutely brilliant and this new PC version improves things further with 1080p visuals!
It's 50% off during launch week, which is an absolute bargain. "Hyperdimension Neptunia Re;Birth 1 is an excellent remake, 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." I hope it works just as well on PC.
Credit to Stefarno88 @ HUKD, who posted this in the wee small hours!
I've got a lot of love for Pix the Cat. In my review of the PS4 version, I called it "a joy to play -- a heady, thrilling mix of bitesized, speedy, spatial puzzling that'll keep you coming back time and time again." You can snap it up on the cheap if you head over to Green man Gaming and punch in the voucher code 20PERO-FFDIGI-GAMESX, which has been extended until Monday at 4PM.