"Now the citizens of Super Earth can join the epic fight against the enemies of humanity with a physical edition of the game including all DLC add-ons and expansion packs.
The Helldivers are the scalpel of Super Earth's military might. Squads of up to four of these elite soldiers are deployed deep into enemy territory in Hellpods - individual re-entry capsules fired from command ships in orbit."
Although fully appreciating the movement for most to the next generation of consoles, we can’t help but highlight this collection of God Of War games. It’s maybe time to dust off that trusty Playstation 3 console and return to these great games of old.
When you talk about Enemy Unknown at the £3 mark you are usually referring to a deal on a cheap Steam key you have found for the popular title. You don't expect to see a Playstation 3 version delivered for that price.
XCOM: Enemy Unknown is a sensational game and a truly exquisite reboot. Fans will fall in love with the series all over again, while the classic turn-based formula has been blown wide open for new players to consume and enjoy. You'll have the freedom to make many terrible choices over the course of countless non-linear campaigns, but make the right decision from the start by buying this outstanding return to form. - XCOM: Enemy Unknown Review | The Right Decision
It’s not quite Battlefield 4, and let’s face it, I’m not sure anything could top Bad Company 2. Hardline is the latest instalment from EA in the Battlefield franchise, and at only £20 on last gen consoles and £24 for current consoles, four months after it’s release it’s going to be quite difficult to resist.
The US Playstation store has just started a flash sale which includes some great prices. Borderlands: The Handsome Collection on PS4 can be yours for just £19.23 and the Mass Effect Trilogy games starting from just £2.88 for PS3. Full prices are listed below.
The Last of Us tells a cracking story, but it does so in such a heavy-handed way that it's difficult to feel totally engaged come the conclusion. Well paced, superbly written, and boasting some of the best visual and audio work of this generation, Naughty Dog have once again produced a fine game. This is linear blockbuster gaming at its best, and it dazzles the senses. even if the form disappoints the mind a little given the genre. - The Last of Us Review | A Grim Swansong For The PS3
The Last of Us is gaming brilliance. Although I found it to become slightly repetitive after such a short time, the story line and graphics are enough to keep any gamer going.
It's time for the Playstation Store update. There are some cracking titles on sale this week, Sony have also managed to chuck in some laughable ones (Yes, you, CoD!).
Remember to check out our PlayStation + and PSN Gift Cards cheap deals guide for all the latest and best PSN credit and PS+ subscriptions.
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Please remember that we just try to find you the best current prices, we can't be held responsible for the end product.
Have you played Motorcycle Club? What are your thoughts?
365Games.co.uk has dropped the prices on J-Stars Victory VS+ on PlayStation consoles in their weekly deals. Starting with the lowest price you can get the game on PS Vita for just £21.99, PS3 for £24.99 and just £32.99 on PS4.
2The game invites fans and gamers to play with their favourite manga/anime’s characters and progress in the JUMP World through different environments recalling One Piece, Naruto,Dragon Ball Z and other’s memorable moments. For every manga and anime fan, J-Stars Victory VS+ is without doubt a must-have for long hours of nervous and amazing battles in a unique atmosphere"
The Wolf Among Us: Episode 1 grabs us by the throat, shakes us out and leaves us begging for more. A superb detective story with shocking twists, complex characters and meaningful choices galore, brought to life in Willingham's daring and imaginative Fables setting. Though we can't get the full measure of the series until we can experience it in its entirety, we suspect that this could be the start of something truly magnificent. - The Wolf Among Us: Episode 1 Review | Shrek For The Drive Generation
It's not often you see a deal across four consoles at the same price. Happy days for all concerned.
If you fancy checking up on the rest of Jon's reviews for The Wolf Among Us please do feel free to check out:Click here to read more...
So long, summer drought. The Saints are back in town, and they're firing on all cylinders! Volition have built a fantastically cohesive superpowered sandbox stuffed with plenty to do, some outstanding performances, and all of the tools for some outrageous virtual fun. It's the purple-tinted lovechild of Prototype and GTA, but with all of the Saints' own character and charisma . And it's bloomin' brilliant! - Saints Row IV Review | Superpowered Sandbox (9/10)
Both formats will be available at this price until midnight tonight as a part of The Game Collection's daily deal.
Can't go wrong with a cheap set of cans for only £23.86 (I'm not quite sure why I decided to roll with the use of cans!).
It's honesty time, I have absolutely no idea if there is any difference between the usage of headsets on the PS3 and PS4 as I haven't used one since Battlefield: Bad Company 2!
Dark Souls II: Scholar Of The First Sin is the definitive version of a masterpiece. Surprising for veterans yet deceptively welcoming to newcomers, this rebalanced remaster proves as deeply impressive as it is brutally compelling. Tempting for fans, utterly essential if you've always wanted to get into the Souls series, a pleasingly complete package either way. Prepare to die, definitively. - Dark Souls II: Scholar Of The First Sin Review | School Of Hard Knocks (9/10)
Call Of Duty: Ghosts is a surprisingly tough sell on current-gen consoles, and wastes the opportunity to push the franchise forward in any meaningful way. Though still a solidly-built shooter that offers the kitchen sink, the Xbox 360 and PS3 versions lack players and features compared to both the next-gen editions, PC and even - most damningly of all - Black Ops II.
It's galling to see a sequel offer less, not more, than games we already own. We'll review the next-gen versions as soon as we can. - Call Of Duty: Ghosts Current-Gen Review | The Old Kitchen Sink (6/10)
So, what exactly do you get with the Hardened Edition? Let me tell you:
Three Batman games for only £10.79 seems like a bit of a no brainer to us. The Batman Arkham Collection consists of:
If you're really good you have about four days to get these all played and completed before the Arkham Knight next Tuesday. I must point out that £10.79 is purely on the assumption you hold an active PS+ subscription, otherwise it is £11.99.
I ultimately urge anybody that doesn't own Borderlands 2 on the Playstation 3 to jump right in and make this purchase immediately! In fact, even if you do own it at £3.49 it makes complete sense to have a backup of one of the best created games of the past 10 years.
The purchase is with Base through their Amazon storefront and as it is sent directly from them there is no messing about with that minimum £20 spend malarkey. If for some reason of insanity you feel the need to check out a review of Borderlands 2 before taking this no brainer plunge then make sure to check out our Borderlands 2 Review.
Credit to mixmixi on HUKD for the find.
Todays daily deal at Game sees reductions for The Evil Within Limited Edition on the Playstation and Xbox Consoles.
"The Evil Within is a good game, an assembly of Mikami's best work and a rather pointed lesson in classic survival horror that Capcom would do well to note, but it's also unashamedly rooted in bygone years. As such, it'll pleases nostalgic fans yearning for a shinier, bloodied love letter to the creepy classics of yesteryear, but it doesn't really deliver anything particularly new. Greatest Hits albums are usually stuffed with goodness, and The Evil Within certainly has its moments, but they're also usually put out by bands with nothing more to say, I can only desperately hope that's not true of Shinji Mikami and Tango Gameworks." - The Evil Within Review | Shinji Mikami's Greatest Hits (7/10)
The guys over at Rice Digital have returned from this years MCM in somewhat of a happy mood. They have a selection of wonderfully priced titles available for us with an extra 10% off available using code 'RICEMCM10'.
You can check out these great offers and more over on the Rice Digital MCM deals page and remember to use 'RICEMCM10' for that added 10% discount.
This weeks Playstation Store discounts have gone live with the focus aiming more towards the amazing savings on the Telltale Games series (oh and some Saints Row titles).
Telltale Games library (ends 17th June 2015)