This is a great price for the Tales from the Borderlands Season Pass. Usually, you're looking at £15.99, but today's offer sees the game slashed to £7.99 for PlayStation Plus subscribers (£9.59 without), marking the best price yet on PS platforms.
Thanks to Moonmonkeys.
If you're still getting your money's worth out of your PS3 and want to play the latest MGS title, this is the cheapest deal around by far. It beats the next best offer by a tenner, which is a significant saving. Did it deliver a satisfying conclusion to the MGS saga? Not really, but as a stealth sandbox it was an amazing achievement. Thanks to Buzz for the heads-up!
Be sure to check out our Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain (PS4) review for more details.
If you're looking to get hold of the recently released BlazBlue: Chronophantasma Extend, you should probably head over to Rice Digital. They already have some of the cheapest prices across all platforms, but you can save an additional 15% by using their voucher code, making their listings the best around by some margin.Click here to read more...
Get the fancy Deluxe Edition of Child of Light from as little as £9.89 if you use a new account and the discount code 'WELCOME'. Even without at the code at £10.99 it's the cheapest price on the net.
Child of Light turned out to be an excellent RPG experience thanks to its old-school approach and unique UbiArt watercolour stylings. A direct download will cost you £11.99, making the £9.89 asking price for the packed Deluxe Edition very reasonable for collectors out there. You'll get a keyring, an artbook, a poster, a new outfit for Aurora and the Golem party member. Instead of a disc, you get a cross-buy code which gives you a download of both the PS3 and PS4 versions. I'd get on this now before the price goes back up and you're left with a pricey eBay alternative.
Thanks to mixmixi.
Sometimes a game is just so bad, you have to try it. The reviews for this one are full of scorched-earth fury at such shoddiness and essentially an offensively bad game. But like Duke Nukem Forever, sometimes you have to see a wreck for yourself. If you can handle the stench, it's only £3 at this site today.
You have been warned!
Well folks, this is what you've been waiting for, the full lineup of October's Instant Game Collection for PlayStation Plus subscribers.
These are the games coming from October 6th and you can see a roundup trailer below.Click here to read more...
This is comfortably the best price yet for Kingdom Hearts 2.5 HD Remix on the PS3. There's a serious amount of game here for just £9.99 in this Disney/Square-Enix mashup.
Like the first collection, we’re getting the fancy pants versions of the games that were previously not seen on these shores. So you can look forward to Kingdom Hearts II Final Mix and the formerly PSP-only Kingdom Hearts: Birth By Sleep Final Mix. A compilation of HD’d (yes, it is a word) cutscenes from the Nintendo DS title Kingdom Hearts Re:coded (not a word) has also been included to attempt to bring you up to date with the complex branching plotlines as the series has spread like wildfire across numerous consoles and handhelds. When you're done with this, you'll want to check out the upcoming Kingdom Hearts HD 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue announced at TGS 2015.
Thanks to GamingDevil.
This is a great way to try out the series if you're not sure about laying down extra cash on the Handsome Collection for PS4/XO.Borderlands 2 is possibly the best £2.89 you'll spend this weekend. It'll give you less of a headache than the bottle of White Lightning you've got your eye on for the park if the weather holds up. That's right, I read your mind.
Borderlands 2 is a huge RPG FPS monster will an ungodly number of unique boomsticks for you to find any carry for hours until you're levelled up enough to use them. It's best enjoyed with friends online as it can be a tough slog on your own. We expect Borderlands 3 to land sometime next year , so now is a good time to catch up.
Thanks to oUkTuRkEyIII.
With the recent announcement of Hardware: Rivals getting a reboot on PS4, we take a look at Sony's extensive back-catalogue of franchises and IPs to see what we'd most like to see make a comeback on the PS4 or PS Vita.
And you thought that right analogue stick was reserved for moving the camera around in third-person games? Not in the world of Ape Escape. The stick was used for numerous inventive tasks as you tried to capture gangs of very cheeky monkeys. Early on, you'd use the right stick to lash out with a net to catch them. Before long you'd be tweaking it to track them via radio signals, or row oars on a boat, pull back your ammo in a catapult and many more features. Despite some well-received adventures on PS1 and PS2, the only appearance on PS3 was a disappointing on-rails PS Move title.Click here to read more...
This year's FIFA is arriving in just a few days time - on September 24th, to be exact - and so we thought we'd round up the cheapest deals for those looking to join the action from day one. Along with the latest squad listings and all manner of graphical improvements, the big new additions this time around are the FUT Draft mode, an improved Career mode, tutorial indicators for newcomers, and the inclusion of international female players.Click here to read more...
Tales of Zestiria isn't far away now, and this new trailer is packed with battle scenes. The Tales of games are more action-orientated than most JRPGs, but they're far from simple. Once you get rolling though, the fluid moves are a lot of fun, as I found when reviewing Tales of Xillia.
It's great to see a trailer show so much gameplay, instead of random story points that have no meaning without the context (like most JRPG trailers). Take a look, and if you like what you see, how about one of these cheap Tales of Zestiria PS3 or PS4 preorders?Click here to see the trailer.
The latest in the long-running Tales series is currently on schedule to land later this year on PS3 and PS4. There's a sizable discount if you're content to play on PS3, but the PS4 price isn't bad for a new release either.
We don't expect the graphical upgrade on the PS4 version to be particularly noticeable given the animated style, so that cheaper last-gen version is looking pretty tempting. While you're here, have you seen the new Tales of Zestiria combat trailer?
[UPDATE: Very are now out of stock]
As regular visitors will know, finding a good deal for PlayStation Plus is pretty rare these days, but we've finally found a way to get a year's subscription for under £25. There's a bit of leg-work involved, though, but we'll guide you through it. All you need to do is buy a £40 voucher for Very from Groupon for £20. Once you have that, head over to the listing below and use it to buy a that PS+ sub. However it should be noted that the voucher offer is for new Very customers only, so you will have to set up a new account to take advantage of this deal (thanks to alex186787456 for the heads-up!)
Yes, the delivery charge is ridiculous for what is basically a code in a box, but let's not ignore the fact that this is the cheapest deal we've seen for PlayStation + in a long, long time. Not only will this grant you access to all of PlayStation's online features - including PS4 multiplayer and cloud save storage - but you'll also gain access to the Instant Game Collection. You can check out September's offerings in our round-up. Thanks to timo3y @ HUKD!
We've not seen any spectacular prices for 12 month PlayStation + subscriptions for a while, but it's always worth pointing out the best prices we can find as they're always cheaper than the default £39.99 RRP. We have two options for you today, both a similar price. I've used both sites before without any problems. *To get a 5% discount on the first link, 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.
Want to learn more about PlayStation + or stay up to date with the latest prices? Bookmark this page then: PlayStation + and PSN Gift Cards cheap deals guide. Take a look at the current lineup of free games in the PlayStation Plus Instant Game Collection for September.
Despite the fact Ground Zeroes gave us a vertical slice of what would be on offer, I wasn’t really prepared for what The Phantom Pain ended up delivering. The scale of the game – be it the size of its maps, the scope of the gameplay, and the challenges available – overtakes anything we’ve previously seen from the Metal Gear Solid franchise. You could even say it’s the logical conclusion to Kojima’s work in terms of gameplay and accessibility, with the end result being something that stands head and should above anything else remotely similar.
In short, Kojima has effectively re-written the rulebook on stealth games yet again, but is it the perfect game? That’s a question that isn’t so easy to answer.
Trying to fully explain the story would take far too much time than I can afford to spare here, so here’s a brief summary. After Mother Base is destroyed at the end of Ground Zeroes, Big Boss returns nine years later take revenge on those that nearly killed him, and rebuild his army without a nation. Cue lots of ridiculous plot twists, robotic arms, and fights with supernatural beings in the chapter that fills the gap between the eras of Big Boss and Solid Snake.
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You've gotta love these cheap prices for older games on PC and £1.27 for Pandemic's The Saboteur is a fine bargain. I've dug out some cheap preowned deals for the game on consoles too.
This third-person action title sees you taking on the Nazis in WWII-era Paris. In a unique twist, occupied areas are are saturated of all colour, save for Nazi insignia. Push Fritz out though and colour returns to the neighbourhood. There's so much to do in the game's world and plenty of new skills to unlock by performing entertaining feats. You'll not find better for so little.
Thanks to hungry_goliath.
Fallout: New Vegas is great value for money, especially at £3.99 on PS3.
If you've never played a Fallout title and are super curious about Fallout 4, this is a cheap way to try out the FPSRPG series and see if you want to look into the new version. Not that you'll have seen all there is to do in this one by November.
Thanks to mixmixi.
Once again, PlayStation owners can get hold of Child of Light at a fantastic price thanks to CDkeys (and that's before you even take into account their voucher code.) With it being a cross-buy purchase, it means you'll be able to play it on either PS3 or PS4. In addition to main game, the Deluxe Edition also comes with the Dark Aurora Customization Pack and the Golem Pack DLC, providing more content for this beautifully presented and highly enjoyable turn-based RPG. Thanks to jack831 @ HUKD!
Be sure to check out our Child of Light review for more details.
We're only days away from the first big release of 2015's silly season, with Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain launching next Tuesday. To mark its impending release, series creator Hideo Kojima has directed a brand new launch trailer that's special for two reasons. Firstly, it's incredibly nostalgic as it takes a look back at all the major instalments over the last 17 years. Secondly, this is (almost certainly) the last Kojima-directed Metal Gear trailer we'll ever see. As such, we've got both the launch trailer, and the cheapest prices for all systems, for you to check out after the jump.Click here to read more...
Well folks, this is what you've been waiting for, the full lineup of September's Instant Game Collection for PlayStation Plus subscribers. We already knew one of them from earlier today, the winner of the Vote to Play initiative, Grow Home. Let's take a look at the others.Click here to read more...