The Hostile Reaction Bundle is now live on Indiegala, including 10 Steam games for just shy of £1.
The games include Commando Jack, Eurofighter Typhoon, CT Special Forces, Incoming Forces, Hostile Waters, Platypus, Chernobyl, Glacier 3 and Hyper Fighters. Thanks to jaystan @ HUKD, who beat me by a minute!
Some of these games are good, including Hostile Waters, Platypus and Incoming Forces. Others are mediocre, such as Eurofighter Tycoon. And unfortunately some are horrifically terrible such as the horrendously poor Hyper Fighters, which was my personal pick for worst game of 2014. For a Quid, though, it's hard to complain!
NB. You'll need to use the voucher code HAPPYN-EWYEAR-22OFFG to get it at this price.
We're big fans of Arcen Games heree on Dealspwn, mainly because they keep trotting out incredibly well-designed, genre-defying games that delight and dazzle, and Skyward Collapse is now exception. Check out our Skyward Collapse review for a full critical rundown, but be assured that Skyward Collapse presents a killer twist on the standard God Game formula, and was a steal when it launched at £3.99 let alone 79p.
Call Of Duty: Ghosts now only £5.00 on PC at Amazon. Click here to buy! >>
Or don't. Call Of Duty: Ghosts was voted as last year's most unwanted Christmas present seeing as Advanced Warfare is effortlessly superior, but for a fiver it's still an absolute steal. Aww, look at the cute dog. Aww.
More importantly, remember that you'll need Amazon Prime for free delivery or add it to a £10+ spend. Thanks to ScoobyZ @ HUKD!
Retrobooster is only £10.99 on Steam... but you can pay 17p minimum on IndieGameStand!
This seems to be a new take on the likes of Lunar Landar, putting you in control of an incredibly responsive ship that require subtle movements and fine manipulation in order to control. However, this being 2014, it's full of enthusiastic particle effects and that's fine by us. You can pay a 17p minimum for a DRM-free download, or beat £0.66 for a Steam code - not bad for a game that costs £10.99 at full whack.
Depth only £11.39 on Steam. Click here to buy! >>
If you've ever wanted an asymmetrical sharks versus divers multiplayer game, you're in luck, because Depth exists and its 40% off on Steam. Reviews are good and though I haven't personally tried it, I'm not sure I can resist. Does anyone actually want to play as the divers though?
Thanks to Executable @ HUKD!
The Abstract Bundle is a stonking bargain. For just shy of two quid you'll get Secrets Of Raekiton, Megabyte Punch, Velocibox, Knights Of Pen and Paper +1 Edition, Great Permutator, Meltdown, Pixeljunk Monsters Ultimate, Pixeljunk Shooter, Pulstar and Vangers, which works out at 19p per game. Cheap PC games really don't come any cheaper than that, especially when you factor in trading cards for several (but not all) of these titles. Thanks jaystan!
Who doesn't love a spot of retro gaming, eh? Well, if you're a serious retro fan, then this will probably make your year... unless, of course, ytou end up hopelessly addicted once more to games from your childhood, and ruining everything good and golden in your life thanks to the brilliance of software emulation.
Yes, Champ Man '93, I'm looking at you. You know what you've done.
Anyway, over 2000 MS-DOS titles have been added to the Internet Archive Softare Library, with games such as Bust-A-Move, Boulder Dash, Commander Keen, Cannon Fodder 2, Metal Gear, Duke Nukem 3D, and a whole lot more.
It's not completely smooth sailing, mind, and Internet Archive have been stressing that the in-browser emulator is most certainly still in beta.
But it's free nostalgia. Mmmmmm.
Rockstar reassured fans this week that the hotly anticipated (not least by us) PC version of GTA V has not been delayed and is still very much on course for a January 27th release. "GTAV will be coming to PC on January 27th. We have not announced any changes to this date at this time," announced the company over on their official forums.
Now, normally, we'd advise against pre-ordering, and indeed GTA V on PC could be an absolute shambles. Rockstar haven't exactly covered themselves in glory when it comes to GTA Online, after all. But, it's a re-release of sorts, and we know that there'll be plenty of you who'll want to jump into this as soon as possible, so here's a roundup of the cheapest prices around for pre-ordering GTA V on PC at the time of writing.
For a digital copy, you might want to hit up CDKeys, who have the game listed at £32.99. You can drop that down to £31.34, though, by using the 5% off Facebook voucher.
For physical copies, your best bet is Simply Games, who are offering pre-orders on GTA V PC for £32.85.
If you do pre-order from Simply Games, remember that all players who pre-order the game will receive $1,000,000 in-game cash to spend across Grand Theft Auto V and Grand Theft Auto Online.
This is one of the bleakest games I've ever played in my entire life. Though The Cat Lady is no stranger to indie bundles -- make sure to check your backlog! -- it's a harrowing, chilling, disturbing and very adult adventure that will stay with you for a while. Great voice acting and a story that pulls no punches while dealing with very real themes.
FTL is brilliant, and the Advanced Edition makes it even more so, throwing in new alien races, events, weapons, playable ships, and drones. Moreover, there are also additional musical tracks by Ben Prunty, and events by Tom Jubert and guest writer Chris Avellone.
If you're still unconvinced, check out our glowing FTL: Faster Than Light Review. Cheers FantasyDeals!
The Every Monday Bundle is live at Indie Gala, costing £1.21 for 24 hours. Click here to buy! >>
It's an eclectic mix of titles, the highlight being quirky post-apocalpytic RPG Krater and its DLC pack. Click here to read our Krater review. You'll also get Space Salvager, Why So Evil, Eternal Winter, CubeZ (early access) and Claustrophobia: the Downward Struggle, which is a ridiculous steal for £1.21. Cheap PC games don't come much cheaper than this.
Oh my. Amazon have just lowered the price for WildStar even further, making it cheaper to buy than its monthly subscription. It's the lowest price we've seen and includes 30 days of game time as well. While the game is currently facing an uphill struggle to keep its fan-base happy, there's no denying that WildStar is a fun MMO throughout its leveling process. In short, for a fiver it's more than worth a look at what will almost certainly be one of the last theme-park-based MMOs to release for a while. Thanks to Gazimoff for the tip!
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Creepy horror title Outlast is super cheap on PC right now. But maybe invest some of that saved money in some spare pairs of pants. Read our Outlast review by clicking here, and bookmark our gaming deals stream for more money-saving tips! Cheers jaystan!
Talk about your blasts from the past. This bundle contains Duke Nukem 1+2, Crystal Caves, Cosmo's Cosmic Adventure, Hocus Pocus, Secret Agent and Realms of Chaos, which brings back memories and makes me feel very old indeed. I was just a kid when I played most of these, though in fairness Halloween Harry (AKA Alien Carnage) was always my personal favourite. Thanks jaystan, who beat us to the punch once again!
The Storm Warning Edition includes all of the DLC at an astonishing 90% saving, but be aware that the discount ends at 18:00 today! Act fast or miss out. Thanks MrCollective!
If you have yet to play any of Dishonored, or have yet to try out of any of its additional DLC, this is a fantastic opportunity for the price. GAME's current deal puts it near the going rate for the standard edition while beating other GOTY listings by a considerable margin. Basically, if you've ever wanted to possess a fish for murderous purposes, or just want a play a damn fine stealth-action game, then I'd recommend getting on this deal. Thanks to Lomi @ HUKD!
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The Pioneer Bundle includes 8 games for £2.79. Click here to buy! >>
The games in question are Sid Meier's Colonization, Sid Meier's Covert Action, Sid Meier's Pirates! Gold Plus, B-17 Flying Fortress, Silent Service, Dragonsphere (which is free on GOG, admittedly), Command H.Q. and Across The Rhine. Some of these titles are true vintage -- i.e. anything made by Sid -- and some have gone off a bit, but this is still a bargain and a seriously cheap PC deal. Credit to BuzzDuraband @ HUKD, who found this a while back!
No, not Nathan Fillion. Castle (the fortress building and destruction game) releases on Steam this Thursday, but you can make a cheeky pre-launch saving on IndieGameStand first!
You'll need to spend at least 68p for a Steam code, which is hardly a massive expense. It will doubtlessly cost more than this come its official release on Thursday! Otherwise, Desura keys and DRM-free downloads are available too.
The Awesome Games Done Quick Bundle is now live. Click here to buy! >>
This new humble bundle offers some killer games to suit your budget. Spend at least 68p to unlock Duke Nukem 3D Megaton Edition, Shadow Warrior Classic Redux, Oddworld - Abe's Oddysee and Volgarr The Viking. Beat £3.61 to also receive Shantae: Risky's Revenge, SpeedRunners (Early Access), a month of Twitch Turbo subscription and SpeedRunners DLC. Finally, beat £6.52 for Escape Goat 2 and 3 months subscription to something called X-Split.
Great pickings on all tiers, so pay what you can for a good cause. Awesome Games Done Quick are raising money for the Prevent Cancer Foundation by speedrunning great games and are well worth checking out, not to mention a donation. Thanks to vashuclash @ HUKD!
In recent years we’ve written numerous New Year’s Resolutions articles on things we, as gamers, can do to make the most of our gaming. 2014 saw lots of publishers and development studios being rather naughty though. So, just in-case our delivery of coal didn’t drive the message home, we have ten New Year’s Resolutions that developers and studios should follow.
Seriously, we’ll take all the delays in the world if it means we get to buy a game that feels like it’s been finished. 2014 saw way too many broken games released to try and take advantage of Christmas sales. Kudos to the likes of The Witcher III and Arkham Knight for the sensible delays. The Order: 1886? You may need even more time given our recent play tests.Click here to read more...