Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel has never been cheaper than this on consoles. £14.86 is a tenner cheaper than the competition and console gamers find themselves in new territory today as this price is actually cheaper than the PC version.
The upcoming Handsome Collection on PS4/XO will include a next-gen version of the Pre-Sequel and Borderlands 2, but most pre-orders are around the £40 mark, which is all sorts of grim for old rope with a smidge of polish. Whereas picking up this version will save you loads, especially if you've already played the hell out of Borderlands 2.
Thanks to ventoo.
Resident Evil 6 is pretty balls if you're looking for a classic survival horror experience (buy The Evil Within instead). However, for less than £3 it might well be worth picking up if you fancy a bit of cathartic shooting-zombies-in-their-ugly-faces.
And at least it's better than Resident Evil 5, right?
Read our Resident Evil 6 Review here. Cheers greyfox112 for the tip!
Heads up, RPG fans! You can grab Dragon Age: Inquisition from £19.85 in the ShopTo Pay Day Sale on last-gen systems. Bear in mind, too, that this listing also includes the Flames of the Inquisition armour exclusive DLC.
DAI is an excellent, enormous RPG. I've been playing it for well over 100 hours now, and I'm still yet to finish my first playthrough. You can read Carl's Dragon Age: Inquisition review here.
ShopTo are holding a massive sale today if you hadn't realised already, and Bioshock Infinite is now just £4.85 on PS3/Xbox 360.
Though perhaps not quite as breathtaking as the original game, Bioshock Infinite still has a lot going for it as one of the most thought-provoking FPS titles of the last generation, and it's super cheap right now.
Minecraft is only £10 on Xbox 360 and PS3 (including Vita) at Grainger Games, saving you about 73p on Xbox and £1.89 on PS3.
Stocks are limited, so get on it. As far as I know, the PS3 version also allows you to download the Vita version for free via a cross-buy offer. Thanks Turkey!
Sony have revealed the new PlayStation Plus Instant Game Collection games heading to PS4, PS3 and PS Vita on February 6th. It's a decent haul headlined by excellent strategic action RPG Transistor, which I described as "beauty and brains in one smart razor-sharp package" in our full review. Meanwhile the PS3 gets Yakuza 4 and the disappointing Thief reboot that will still be worth checking out for the bargain price of absolutely nothing.
Rogue Legacy will also be free on all platforms since it's a cross-buy title. If I was a cynic, I'd suggest that this might be a sly dig at Microsoft, since the excellent indie rogue-lite platformer was only recently confirmed for an Xbox One launch.
And more besides. Check out the freebies below! Special thanks to SamKimish @ HUKD, who spotted these on the German PlayStation Blog!Click here to read more...
TT Games have revealed this year's slate of LEGO games, including one massive surprise that could prove to be one of the most hilarious tie-ins yet.
Clever girl.Click here to read more...
The Guardians Of The Galaxy, Avengers and Spider-Man are twenty quid each, a price that we've only rarely seen matched, and that's a significant saving versus RRP. Be aware that the playsets are completely cross-platform. Thanks NotSoProBenny!
I was impressed by Disney Infinity 2.0's figurines and sandbox mode, but criticised the playsets in our full review. Click here to find out why!
If you've already purchased and registered FFXIV, but maybe got bored and wandered off, or otherwise deactivated your account, Square Enix are offering lapsed and wayward sons and daughters the chance to check out what's new in the recently released Patch 2.5.
The Free Login Weekend will take place from Friday 30th January (08:00 GMT) to Monday 2nd February (08:00 GMT) and will be eligible to "players who have previously purchased and registered Final Fantasy XIV and whose service account is set as inactive during the campaign period."
There are some cracking PS3 bargains to be had over at GAME right now, with titles starting as low as £1.49. The list, as you might expect, is a bit hit and miss, but games like Binary Domain, Deus Ex: Human Revolution Limited Edition, the Battlefield: Bad Company and Resistance titles, and Killzone 2 are all well worth picking up if you're yet to play them.Click here to check out the full list of games >>
Save yourself a few quid with this deal for Kingdom Hearts 2.5 HD Remix for £17.99 on PS3. That's a lot of Disney/Square-Enix mashup for your money.
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. I’d be surprised if Kingdom Hearts III arrives this year, but even so, you better get cracking. Oh and Square, feel free to include Pixar stuff over Frozen, that snowman twerp is not joining my party.
£14.99 is arguably the cheapest price I've seen for Tales of Xillia. This deal is a fiver cheaper than the next best price too.
Tales of Xillia is an action-orientated JRPG with lots of magic-infused melee combat with a tactical edge as you team up with party-members for unique attacks. This is the perfect tonic to soothe the pain left by Square's fumbled FFXIII series. Check out my full review here.
Tales of Graces f is tremendous value for money at £10.99 and should keep you going for a while. With most sites still trying to sell the game for over £30, you can probably make your money back on eBay when you're done too.
The Tales of series has excelled on PS3, with a vibrant anime style and action-packed RPG gameplay making for a neat change of pace compared to the genre's usual turn-based battles. Have a look at Matt's review.
As reported earlier this week, Sony are issuing a 10% off PSN voucher code to apologise for the server outages over Christmas. Unfortunately they neglected to tell us what the code actually was, but now they're ready for action.
Note the following: "To recap, some exceptions do apply, including subscriptions for PS Plus, Music Unlimited, rental video content, pre-orders and transactions made on PlayStation Store via the PS Vita, PlayStation TV or PSP content (if you want to purchase PS Vita or PSP content, you can do so via the webstore). The 10% promo will stack on top of existing sale discounts, as announced this Wednesday."
The discount will be valid until 9.00am GMT on 26th January, so get on it! Let us know what you're buying.
Sony has announced this weeks PSN sale on PS4, PS3 and Vita - and they've rather put Microsoft to shame this time around.
On the PS4, Lara Croft & The Temple Of Osiris is a crazy £7.50 (50% off) or £10 with the season pass despite only coming out last month. Read our 8/10 review to find out why this is easily the highlight of the week, so long as you're cooperatively minded. Telltale's Tales From The Borderlands and Game Of Thrones series have also been slashed down to size, much like Lord Stark.
Vita-wise, those of an otaku persuasion should definitely check out Senran Kagura Shinovi Versus at 40% off and a ridiculous 80% saving on Trials clone Urban Trial Freestyle. Finally, PS3 owners have a massive 2K sale to browse, but should remember that Borderlands: The Handsome Collection is coming to PS4. Click below for the full list of savings, and thanks to youseftoma!Click here to read more...
Sony has announced that they'll be distributing a 10% off voucher code to PSN subscribers to apologise for the many outages over the Christmas break.
"The discount will be valid from 9.00am GMT on 23rd January until 9.00am GMT on 26th January," explains the PlayStation Blog. "Simply use the promotion code for a one-time 10% discount off eligible items in a total cart purchase in PlayStation Store on PS3, PS4 or via store.sonyentertainmentnetwork.com." PS Plus subscriptions, Music Unlimited subs and rental video content are not eligible, but game pre-orders and DLC definitely will be.
So what is the voucher code, then? Sadly we have no idea, because Sony hasn't revealed it yet! According to an official comment on the US PlayStation Blog, they'll reveal it on the blogs and social channels nearer the time, so stay tuned.
Today's flash deal from TGC drops the recent HD remake of Kingdom Hearts 2 to one of the lowest prices we've seen. Overall it beats the next cheapest deal by around a fiver. As for the game itself, word from the net suggests it does a fine job of giving the action RPG a new lease of life, giving fans of the series an opportunity to play through the second main instalment and handheld tie-in Birth by Sleep. Thanks to FantasyDeals @ HUKD!
Call of Duty: Ghosts is only a fiver at Tesco right now on last-gen platforms.
Ghosts isn't exactly the best game in the series, and it's significantly better in multiplayer on the new-gen platforms than on PS3/Xbox 360, but it's still worth romping through for a fiver if you've not yet upgraded your machine and fancy some big, dumb, explosive fun. Cheers ViolatorX!
Build your own superhero adventures with the Disney Infinity 2.0 Marvel Superheroes Starter Pack for under £29.86 on PS3. Click here to buy from ShopTo >>
With more accessible creation tools, and an awesome new range of figures, Disney Infinity 2.0 is even easier to get into than the previous iteration (if a little grindy at times), and this Starter Pack on PS3 has everything you need to get going for under £30.
Amazon have also price matched ShopTo. Click here to buy from Amazon >>
Check out our full Disney Inifnity 2.0 Marvel Superheroes review here. Cheers Turkey!
Been tempted by Ninja Gaiden Z: Special Edition? Well, we've found a deal even better than last week, as you can now get it on both formats for £2.86. This version includes a comic book and digital soundtrack.
We have to admit, Yaiba is something of a stain on the Ninja Gaiden series. But if you're desperate for some hack n' slash action, this may be worth a look at such a low price. Hell, it's cheaper than a bad pint of ale. The cel-shaded visuals are a refreshing new look for the spinoff, but we're not sure zombies are the best adversaries Ryu Hyabusa has ever faced off against.
Thanks to oUkTuRkEyIII.