The cast of characters for Zombie Army Trilogy has just been doubled in size, with all 8 playable characters from the Left 4 Dead series joining the roster. While the banter between them probably hasn't made the trip over (which is a shame, because Ellis) I suspect players will get a thrill out of scoring a slow-motion headshot with some of the genre's most iconic characters. To celebrate the collaboration between Rebellion and Valve, Steam are holding a weekend sale that knocks 66% off the price for both a single copy and the 4-pack. Considering how the game shines in co-op (especially with friends) I'd recommend finding 3 other zombie-slayers and sharing the carnage. Thanks to jaystan @ HUKD!
Be sure to check out our Zombie Army Trilogy review for more details.
FIFA 16 is getting much closer now, so we've rounded up the best prices for you on PS4, Xbox One and PC. Sure, we'd like them to be lower, but EA's footy series seems to hold its price very well around launch, so this may be as good as it gets. Still on the fence about FIFA 16? We have another trailer for you entitled Sights and Sounds, which goes into detail about some elements of the game's presentation. Everything from stadium settings, to crowd chants.Click here to read more...
Castle of Illusion HD starring Mickey Mouse is now only £2.50 on PC today.
Sega's HD remake ruffled a few feathers (well, mine) by daring to add 3D sections to the classic side-scrolling platformer from the glory days of the Sega Mega Drive. That said, this is a nostalgic blast, even if the final boss will make your rage-bleed from your eyes. Those with a calm disposition should give it a go, especially seeing as GetGamesGo are have knocked 75% off their price. For the rest of us, keep your fingers crossed Sega remake the two player World of Illusion without trying to use their imagination as much.
Thanks to jaystan.
[UPDATE: Buying a code actually gives you access to three beta keys for your platform of choice, so you can pass some onto your friends]
If you're not keen on putting some cash down on a Call of Duty: Black Ops III preorder just yet, but still want to try out the beta, this site are selling keys for just £2.85. The keys will be compatible with the PS4, Xbox One or PC betas. The PS4 versions is currently underway and runs until Sunday night. 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.
Note: This is not a key for the full game. Check out the latest multiplayer trailer.
Thanks to BuzzDuraband.
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. Previously only available to PC gamers via Steam, a number of online retailers are now selling Steam keys. While they are going at the RRP of £14.99, GMG's voucher code drops the price down to under £12. With the latest patch adding new matchmaking features & spectator mode, along with the new DLC offering new cars and customisations, now is the right time to get in on the action. If you need more convincing, why not check out myself and GMG's Matt Gardner showing off our incredible (and no way flukey) skills?
The dungeon crawler video game genre really does owe it all to 1985's Gauntlet. The top down multiplayer title has been copied ever since with similar titles in the action/RPG genre, most notably the new genre king, Diablo III, which has built upon Gauntlet's sturdy foundations.
So yes, if you're a retro fan or recently found yourself absorbed by the world of Diablo III on PC or consoles, there's certainly fun to be had with this PS4 update of the recent PC remake. The graphics are slightly shinier than the PC version and there are new items to unlock, but realistically, there's no reason to double dip unless your mates never wanted to play on PC.
As ever, Gauntlet works best with friends, either online or with local co-op. Characters include the typical tropes. The muscled warrior, the charging Valkyrie, the arrow-slinging elf and the spell-casting wizard. The warrior and Valkyrie are your close range bruisers while the other two are much more comfortable at range (terrible at close quarters).Click here to read more...
If you're reading this, chances are you're still waiting for your 12GB PS4 beta for Call of Duty: Black Ops III to download. Well, grab those snacks and energy drinks and fuel up for the night while watching this 12-minute video from Treyarch that tells you everything you need to know about the new beta which is live now through Sunday.
We're going to get stuck in too, so we'll be sure to let you know how we're getting on.Click here to read more...
With Jon now well and truly off in the sunset, I’m afraid you’ll have to put up with me and my Handsome Jack fandom while we finish off the review process for Tales From The Borderlands. Chances are that if you’re reading this you’re already up to speed, but just in case you can check out our reviews for Episode 1: Zer0 Sum, Episode 2: Atlas Shrugged, and Episode 3: Catch A Ride.
Episode 3 provided a high point for the series for many reasons, so the pressure was on for Episode 4 to build upon what we called the best episode so far. In truth, Escape Plan Zero suffers from yet another slow start, but as soon as the introduction begins and To The Top blasts out the speakers you can tell what’s about to happen is going to be something special.
In fact, what we get is nothing short of an emotional roller coaster.
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Zombi (formerly ZombiU on the Wii U) has just landed on PS4, Xbox One and PC platforms and offers updated visuals for the new release. If you never played the original version and want to learn more about the game, take a look at this informative trailer where a Jason Statham-alike geezer talks you through the harsh world and gameplay of Zombi. If you enjoy Dark Souls and Bloodborne, you're bound to get a sadistic thrill from this.Click here to see the new trailer.
Today's daily deal over on the CDKeys website sees Titanfall on PC drop to just £5.70. We feel this is an extremely impressive price for a now under-rated first person shooter. It should also be noted that all DLC for Titanfall has previously been made available completely free of charge, ultimately making this Titanfall Complete for only £5.70. Bargain.
Thanks to TOMBOY25360 @ HUKD for the heads up
If you have any illegally downloaded games, you may be in for a shock when you push the button on that free Windows 10 upgrade you naughty pirate. According to the terms and conditions or EULA (End User License Agreement), Microsoft will have the right to disable pirated titles they detect on your system. Take a look:Click here to read more...
Another deal on the CDKeys website today sees The Crew drop to just £9.49 for PC. You will need to like the CDKeys Facebook page to get a 5% discount code to get it at the reduced price.
"The Crew is a revolutionary action-driving MMO developed exclusively for next-gen consoles and high-end PCs that leverage new hardware capabilities to connect players online like never before. The Crew takes you and your friends on a wild ride across a massive open-world recreation of the United States that is loaded with exciting challenges. Generous in content and tailored for the connected generation, The Crew is the next-gen game that redefines action-driving."
Thanks to Krissto @ HUKD for the heads up.
Wow, the Mad Max story trailer is all sorts of awesome. You should take a look and then get your preorder deal down. We've dug a fantastic deal for PC gamers at £12.77, saving you a mighty £14 over the next best deal. 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.
Mad Max has been storming down the dusty development highway for years, but it's now only a month away and we'll finally get to see what the Road Warrior is made of. There'll be a mix of vehicular combat, car customisation, RPG upgrades and hand-to-hand scraps to keep things interesting in the wastelands. Keep checking in for more #gamedealalerts on Dealspwn.com and follow us over on Twitter and Facebook for by-the-minute updates, and bookmark our games deals stream for further savings!
Thanks to m3racer123.
Finished The Witcher III: Wild Hunt, but fancy playing it again, possibly opting for wildly different choices? CD Projekt Red have you covered as they are launching a New Game Plus mode today as the final piece of free DLC for the game.
The update is apparently live now on Xbox One and we expect it to go live at some point today on PC and PS4. But what do you actually get in the new mode?Click here to read more...
We're big fans of Cities: Skylines here at Dealspwn, but before the city building sim came out there was Cities In Motion. Green Man Gaming are currently doing a sale on all things in the franchise - including all of its DLC - but you can get everything for under £15. That includes both base games, and all of the many, many, many DLC packs available. Focusing on managing transport systems around a city, the first game was a surprise cult hit, and while the sequel did add co-op play into the mix it didn't quite hit the same heights overall. Still, if you're after a city management title you'll find plenty of content in this collection. Cheers to oUkTuRkEyIII for the heads-up!
"The Escapists provides the opportunity of experiencing a light-hearted insight into everyday prison life and, as is the case with all inmates, the main objective is escape! While under the careful watch of the guards, players will need to go about their daily duties clandestinely secreting useful objects from under their captors’ noses. Potential escapees will learn how to craft seemingly innocuous items into usefultools and even weapons as well as using them to execute cunning diversionary tactics."
Thanks to Jaystan @ HUKD for another great find.
Hate it or love it the time of year is here where a new Call Of Duty game is slowly creeping up on us and this year we see the release of Call Of Duty: Black Ops III. For just £25.55 using the 5% discount code over on the CDKeys website you can pre order your copy now and it will include a beta access code which kicks off on the 26th of August.
"Call of Duty: Black Ops III deploys its players into a future where bio-technology has enabled a new breed of Black Ops soldier. Players are now always on and always connected to the intelligence grid and their fellow operatives during battle. In a world more divided than ever, this elite squad consists of men and women who have enhanced their combat capabilities to fight faster, stronger, and smarter. Every soldier has to make difficult decisions and visit dark places in this engaging, gritty narrative."
Thanks to Krissto @ HUKD for the heads up.
The Walking Dead is a five-part game series set in the same universe as Robert Kirkman’s award-winning comic book series. Play as Lee Everett, a convicted criminal, who has been given a second chance at life in a world devastated by the undead. With corpses returning to life and survivors stopping at nothing to maintain their own safety, protecting an orphaned girl named Clementine may offer him redemption in a world gone to hell.
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"A fantastic start for what we hope will become a fresh Tolkien franchise. There are some solid (if not borrowed) foundations and the Nemesis surpasses our expectations by providing a fresh experience to enemy design. Improvements next time should see a little more variety added to the combat brawls, but you’re going to love taking advantage of an enemy’s weaknesses from afar with the rich range of underhanded subterfuge tactics. Well played, Monolith." - Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor Review | Boromir Was Wrong
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There is unquestionably no mistaking the intended direction of Toxic Games’ FPS puzzler release Q.U.B.E. From the moment you jump into the game it’s hard to hide from the fact its instant comparative similarities to the Portal series.
Last year’s release of the Director’s Cut addition to Q.U.B.E. introduced a whole new storyline with a different soundtrack and added puzzle depth to its original 2011 release. It’s an incredibly entertaining puzzle game, which will quite effectively satisfy most gamers and has now made its way to the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
The game in itself is straightforward; you awake in a futuristic room, progressing through various rooms using the four different cube types available to manipulate each room’s environments helping you progress into to the next room. Red cubes act as a simple extendable platform, yellow cubes act in the same way that a three tiered stairway would, blue is utilised as a springboard mechanism, with purple cubes allowing you to rotate the position of structures such as walls.Click here to read more...