The title says it all, really. Watch me crush some AI hunters, destroy their ship and eradicate the humans from Shear in this new gameplay video, playing as the brand new Wraith Monster in the newly-announced Evacuation Mode.
Then click here to read our Evolve preview.Click here to watch our new Evolve gameplay footage >>
Watch your back, Hunters.
It might be easy to spot a rampaging Goliath or a menacing Kraken as it hovers overhead, but Evolve's newest monster is the stuff of nightmares. She'll hunt you in the shadows, pick you off one by one and rip an unprepared hunting party to pieces with massive bladed scythes before melting into the mists. The Wraith completely changes the way you play, whether the hunter or the hunted, and adds a nervy new dimension to Turtle Rock's shooter.
Last week I attended a lengthy hands-on preview session to personally test out the Wraith in action, as well as the newly announced Evacuation campaign that adds some much-needed value to the package. Though Evolve is still a tough sell, there certainly seems to be a lot more bang for your buck now.Click here to read more...
The Crew (Limited Edition) is £24.99 at GAME & Amazon.
But don't do anything of the sort until you've clicked here to read our The Crew review! The massive open world may be an incredible achievement, but the game perpetrates a huge number of unnecessary mistakes and nasty design decisions. Make sure to bookmark our gaming deals stream!Thanks to Bure11 and mranderson1971 @ HUKD!
LittleBigPlanet 3 might be lacking a bit in terms of developer-created levels, but the creation suite is the best it's ever been, with loads more tools and tutorials, making it both the deepest and yet most accessible LittleBigPlanet game to date. The Game Collection's £34.95 deal is a good price, but remember you can get LBP 3 for around £24 if you set up a US PSN account. Click here for more details on that.
Do you like weather? I mean , do you really like weather? Do you dream about pixel perfect reproduction of individual raindrops when it comes to your games? Do gorgeous sheets of precipitation get you all kinds of wet? Does the Pope do his business in tree-stuffed areas?
I got lost.
Driveclub is for you! It's a pretty average driving game, but boy is it pretty thanks to the recent update. Cheers mreriksen!
We might have been a little disappointed by Destiny, but there are plenty out there still having lots of fun with Bungie's shooter, and whatever your position on it, this is a cracking little sub-£300 PS4 package from Tesco.
Alien: Isolation (Ripley Edition) and Alien Anthology Blu-Ray now just £29.99 on PS4 and Xbox One from GAME.
Definitely one for Xenomorph fans, this one. The Ripley Edition of Alien Isolation will net you two bits of DLC -- Last Survivor and Crew Expendable -- along with the full Alien Anthology on Blu-ray (normally around £12-15 by itself). You can also pick up the PS3 and Xbox 360 versions, again with the Blu-Ray anthology, for £24.99.
The Black PlayStation 4 bundled with FIFA 15, Drive Club, and a download code for The Last Of Us Remastered is now just £349.99 from GAME - Click here to buy!
While it isn't as good value as yesterday's now-expired Rakuten / ShopTo deal, it's still a fine price and a good selection of games to go with it. Thanks to wipeout1319 @ HUKD!
You'll need to use the latest Rakuten voucher code to get it at this price. Just enter spend350 at the checkout.
A PS4 with The Last Of Us Remastered, LittleBigPlanet 3, DriveClub and Watch Dogs is now £349.99. Click here to buy it! >>
You'll need to use the latest Rakuten voucher code for the discount. Just enter spend350 at the checkout - make sure you have a full account as guests can't apply the voucher. Thanks BuzzDuraband!
PS4 with GTA V, FIFA 15, and The Last of Us: Remastered just £349.99. Click here to buy >>
You need to make use of that Rakuten voucher code for this one. Just enter spend350 at the checkout.
Click here for more console bundle deals, and make sure you've bookmarked our games deals stream. Keep checking in for more #gamedealalerts on Dealspwn.com and follow us over on Twitter and Facebook for by-the-minute updates. Cheers preparationiskey!
Christmas is fast approaching, so this is your last week to grab some cheap Xbox One games deals before last postage on December 19th. In case you haven't managed to grab some bargains and Christmas presents yet, we're here to help with a special last-minute version of our annual console buyer's guides packed with useful advice, cheap console bundle deals and the best games bargains for the hottest software.
The PS4 has been flying off the shelves this past year on the strength of its beefy specifications, best-in-class controller, affordable pricing, nifty features and the promise of more quality first-party exclusives. Unfortunately we'll have to wait until next year for big hitters like Bloodborne and Uncharted 4, but the PS4 makes up for it with canny third-party deals, superb indie games and an impressively varied lineup of software big and small.
In this guide we'll discuss the hardware, software and then the cheapest way to get up and running.
For those who want a taste of both new and old, GAME are currently running a PS4 bundle with The Last Of Us Remastered, DriveClub and FIFA 15 for £349.99. You can get it either in black or white. Thanks to preparationiskey @ HUKD!
Argos are also running an amazing PS4 bundle deal at the moment, which includes The Last Of Us Remastered, GTA V and Far Cry 4 for £349.99! Scroll down to see the special offers - you want option 2, which expires tomorrow. Thanks luke-kirk!
Want more? GAME are running some massive £399.99 offers with a Blu-Ray movie to boot.
If you're in the market for a standalone glacier white console, you can grab a bargain at Gamestop for £299.97. Note that their customer service leaves much to be desired, though. Thanks to ahmadfirdausazmi @ HUKD!
Don't mind a refurb? Fill your boots with this crazy cheap solus PS4 for £269 at Tesco! Thanks oUkTuRkEyIII.Click here to read more...
UPDATE: Even cheaper at CEX - click here to buy FIFA 14 for £5 >>
Don't give a giraffe's nipple about yearly iterations and just fancy playing a decent game of football this Christmas? Well, FIFA 14 is still a damn fine shout, and it's just over a fiver at Grainger Games if you're happy going preowned.
Make sure you bookmark our gaming deals stream for further bargains!
Today's instalment of PlayStation's 12 Deals of Christmas is all about zombies and monsters and horrible things. The Evil Within is down to £24.99 and £13.99 on PS4 and PS3 respectively, with The Walking Dead: Season One down to £6.49.
All deals are due to go live at 12.00pm GMT and end at 11.59am GMT 48 hours later.Click here to read more...
Rayman Legends is now £9.99 (preowned) at GAME. Click here to buy one of the finest platformers in recent years >>
Probably one of, if not the best platformer of last-gen, Rayman Legends is a reminder that Ubisoft can do brilliantly crafted, mechanically perfect, riotously fun games when they want to. The new-gen version has few improvements on the last-gen equivalents, but don't let that stop you from picking it up, especially if you fancy a bit of couch multiplayer this Christmas.
If you missed out on GAME's fantastic offers for the Vigilante Edition, this deal from Amazon should definitely be considered. The DedSec Edition of Watch Dogs is currently just £36.53 for the PS4, with a huge saving available over the next cheapest price.
Along with the game itself comes a whole bunch of collectable extras, including some in-game extras such as new missions and weapons, a CD of soundtrack, an artbook, some badges, some AR cards, a map of Chicago, and a statue of Aiden Pierce - all housed in a special collector's box. Thanks to Damrock @ HUKD!
Want to save at least £14 on the upcoming Resident Evil Revelations 2 on PS4? Well, you might want to opt for the digital Season Pass version instead as it's available to pre-order now for £19.99. It makes a nice change to see digital versions considerably cheaper than their physical counterparts. The episodic four-parter will launch on 18th February.
The last Revelations game surprised us all by providing a classic take on the Resident Evil series and had much more in common with the original trilogy than the mutated mess of genres last seen in Resident Evil 6. Is an episodic format a good fit though? We'll find out early next year.
In related deal news. Keep an eye out in your local HMV, where they may be flogging copies of Resi 6 for a fiver with any purchase. I almost picked one up, then remembered I couldn't be bothered finishing the demo because I was so bored.
Thanks to oUkTuRkEyIII.
You can now pre-order Dark Souls II: Scholar of the First Sin on PS4 or Xbox One for just £34.18. That may sound a bit pricey for a remaster, but this edition does at least come with all three DLC expansion packs and a brand new world in the shape of the frozen landscapes of Eleum Loyce. Online features have been rebalanced and tweaked too. Head on over to this site and you can use a voucher code to get an additional 10% off. To get the code to work, you may need to sign up with a fresh email address. Note: You can use the code on multiple games in the same transaction, so keep an eye out for our other deals to get some more hot prices.
Thanks to oUkTuRkEyIII.
COD's price has traditionally stayed high for ages in the months after release and with Advanced Warfare selling and scoring so well, you can bet the pattern will continue. Head on over to this site and you can use a voucher code to get an additional 10% off. To get the code to work, you may need to sign up with a fresh email address. Note: You can use the code on multiple games in the same transaction, so keep an eye out for our other deals to get some more hot prices.
Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare has been a grand return and reinvention for the FPS series. The futuristic setting has been the perfect excuse to introduce the exoskeleton which gives players double jump and speed boost dodge skills. The campaign was oodles of fun and had the best of Hollywood (Kevin Spacey) and gaming VO actors (Troy Baker) to keep you hooked throughout. Oh, and the multiplayer is better than it's been in years -head straight to Uplink and Kill Confirmed modes to see why. Here's my full review.
Thanks to oUkTuRkEyIII.
Diablo III: Ultimate Evil Edition has held its value incredibly well since release, but this is one of the cheapest prices I've seen for it, On the plus side, I'm 70 hours in and yet to get bored. Awesome fun in local co-op too.
Thanks to asterix2000.