Today's flash deal at The Game Collection is Saints Row IV: Re-Elected / Gat Out Of Hell on the Playstation 4 for just £14.95 delivered. The game includes a remastered version of Saints Row IV which includes all previously released DLC and a brand new game Gat Out Of Hell which takes place after the space faring antics of Saints Row IV.
Here it is folks, leaked a few hours earlier than we were expecting, the first proper gameplay trailer for Just Cause 3. It certainly doesn't disappoint and is packed with that wonderful grappling hook, ridiculously dangerous attitudes to vehicle safety and more explosions than a Michael Bay montage. In short, it looks like the most fun game of 2015. Take a peek and see for yourselves.
Also, stay tuned to Dealspwn as I'll be bringing you a feature article later today on some of the finer points that'll have you wanting Just Cause 3 even sooner.Click here to see the trailer.
This is a great price for a digital copy of Child of Light, especially seeing as it comes with the Dark Aurora and Golem DLC packs. To get a 5% discount, 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.
Child of Light turned out to be an excellent RPG experience thanks to its old-school approach and unique UbiArt watercolour stylings. The game proves that cheap downloadable RPGs can be done right after all. Visually enchanting and featuring a clever twist on classic turn-based combat, this puts many full-sized RPGs to shame. Even with painful rhyming dialogue and generic story, you'll find yourself hooked to the end.
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It's worth setting up a US PSN account to get this stunning discount. The Last of Us: Remastered is only £9.49 or around $14.45 for US buyers today and you're looking at around £30 for a physical copy. Here's our simple guide to setting up a US PSN account from the UK. To get a 5% discount, 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.
With Remastered, you're getting the slickest visuals and a higher framerate than on PS3 and the Left Behind DLC. In fact, if you bought the original PS3 game and the DLC today, you'd be paying a hell of a lot more than £9.49, so this price is even sweeter.
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Call Of Duty: Black Ops III broke cover over the weekend, as I'm sure you know. The hype train is already rolling in advance of its November 6th launch following the reveal trailer, news of a beta and loads of leaked intel about what Treyarch's third game plans to bring to the table.
To be frank, we're really rather excited.
Professional detachment and Treyarch's past form aside, Black Ops III is making some very encouraging noises and seems dead-set on fixing one of the biggest problems with the series so far. The singleplayer campaign.
Call Of Duty is famed for its multiplayer, of course, but many players have forgotten that COD 4: Modern Warfare also delivered one of the most impressive FPS campaigns of the last console generation. It may have been bombastic and intense, but it also delivered a uniquely thought-provoking perspective on war, focusing on the personal cost in some unforgettable and surprisingly intimate sequences. Coupled with some sensational set pieces (All Ghillied Up will remain a timeless classic), it was an underrated component of a deservedly lauded shooter.Click here to read more...
Using today's voucher code you can get the cheapest price yet for Dark Souls II: Scholar of the First Sin on PS4 and Xbox One - £28.04.
If you've been enjoying Bloodborne lately, there's every chance you'll enjoy Dark Souls even though you may originally have skipped the series last-gen. This new-gen edition includes lots of DLC, superior visuals, faster frame-rate and remxied item/enemy placements to throw off the veterans too. Be sure to take a look at Jon's review.
Sleeping Dogs: Definitive Edition is incredibly tempting at £13.80 thanks to today's voucher code.
Wei-Shen’s undercover exploits in Hong Kong was an absolute blast first time around and ensured the new IP was a genuine contender in a genre dominated by GTA and Saints Row. The graphical upgrade isn’t huge, but at least there’s the bundled DLC to look forwards to, which includes the expansion packs. If the idea of running round Hong Kong as an undercover cop infiltrating gangs sound like fun, that's because it really is. Wei Shen kicks some serious ass and isn't afraid to bend the rules to get what he wants. We say bend the rules, we actually mean hack them into kibble with a meat cleaver.
P.T., the interactive demo and teaser for Silent Hills, is generally hailed as one of the most terrifying and atmospheric experiences to hit consoles in years. Don't take our word for it: that's our ex-senior editor cacking himself while playing it in the video above.
It's currently free to download, but not for much longer. Konami will be removing PT from PSN this Wednesday, so if you want to check it out, download it now or lose it forever.
Sadly it appears that Silent Hills has been cancelled, too, following the recent spat between Konami and Kojima. We'll bring you all the details so far very soon.
The latest trailer for Batman: Arkham Knight has hit the net, somewhat ignominiously due to a leak rather than an official announcement, but frankly Warner Bros have nothing to worry about seeing as it looks fantastic. Dubbed "All Who Follow You," it gives us a cinematic taste of the city before getting up close and personal for some brutal combat and crazy Batmobile tank battles.
Let us know what you think ahead of its launch in June. If you can't wait to get involved, you can pre-order Batman: Arkham Knight for just £35.57 on PS4 and Xbox One using voucher code APROFFERDAY1&2.
Every time someone on the internet mentions Destiny, I hear people grumbling. "Why are you writing all these Destiny articles?" "Are people still playing Destiny?"
Well, yes, they are. We are still playing Destiny. Despite its disappointing storyline and repetitive structure, it's an engaging and convenient social experience that allows you and a few mates to play on your terms, both cooperatively and competitively, all while earning persistent upgrades. You're a bit late to the party, guardian, but if you want to get involved you can grab a current-gen copy for just £18.57.
I actually found myself warming to it this year as I changed my play habits. Find out more in Forgiving Destiny: why my Biggest Disappointment Of 2014 is winning me back.
If you head over to the Simply Games store via Rakuten you can pre order a copy of Project Cars on either PS4 or Xbox One for just £33.87 using this weeks Rakuten discount codes. With just over a week before the games launch it is the cheapest price we have seen for the pre order.
Use these codes at checkout to get the discounted price. For the 27th & 28th April use code APROFFERDAY1&2. For the 29th & 30th April use the code APROFFERDAY3&4 at checkout.
The brand new gameplay debut trailer for Call of Duty: Black Ops III from Treyarch just landed and it's pretty damn awesome if we're honest.
You'll have fun spotting some of the 'influences' from other hit games. So far we can see reminders of the likes of Vanquish, Titanfall, Deus Ex: Human Revolution, Binary Domain and wait,,, Haze? We can't wait to get our hands on the game as it looks set to continue in a similar manner to the highly enjoyable Advanced Warfare, despite development reverting back to Treyarch.
We didn't see exo-suits, but enhanced movement like speed thrusts, wall-running and knee slides certainly seem to be in. Along with Deus Ex-style upgrades and robotic enemies and mechs as seen in the likes of Vanquish and Binary Domain. We're certainly not complaining, mash up all these influences and you have the potential for a fantastic shooter. Advanced Warfare was the boot up the arse the series needed and Black Ops III looks like it may speed things up even more. We most certainly approve.Click here to see the trailer.
We're always on the hunt for cheap PlayStation + deals, and today you can book yourself a year-long subscription for just £33.99.
This is an essential purchase for new PS4 owners as you need it to play games online. The main benefit to membership though is a regular plethora of free games. One membership covers PS4, PS3 and Vita. The code is stackable on top of any existing membership. Here's a list of potentially leaked titles for next month. Be sure to bookmark our PlayStation + and PSN Gift Cards cheap deals guide. Xbox fans are covered too: Xbox Live account deals guide: cheap Xbox Live Gold & Xbox Live Gift Cards.
High review scores and strong sales are great for Bloodborne on the PS4, but they also mean that retailer's aren't inclined to lower the price. Most sites are charging over £40, but we've found a deal for less at £38.99. On the plus side, you're still getting great value for money.
From Software's title has blown away the competition this generation and is Sony's first true classic on the PS4. I'd urge non-Souls fans to try it too as I really wasn't expecting to enjoy Bloodborne this much. It's knuckle-gnawingly difficult at times and would rather spit in your eye than point anything out for you. But fending for yourself in the incredibly well-designed environments is a rewarding, empowering and yet humbling experience that gamers will talk about for years to come. Those lengthy loading times have been fixed too.
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Today's daily deal on the CDKeys website is Child of Light: Deluxe Edition for just £8.55. The game is redeemable on the Playstation Network and is cross buy for both PS3 and PS4. CDKeys have it listed at £8.99 but if you like the CDKeys Facebook page then you can get yourself a 5% discount code bringing the price down to just £8.55.
Remember you do not need to be a member on Facebook to like the page. Type anything in the box it doesn't have to be your email address to get the code.
Amazon are throwing a PS4 and Xbox One promotion this weekend that grants you a discount if you pre-order two games from a wide selection of titles including Star Wars Battlefront, Rainbow Six: Siege and The Division. Specifically, you can get any two games for £80, with discounts applied at checkout.
It's an interesting offer that echoes a similar Tesco deal, but it also comes with a number of caveats. First of all: it's possible to get many of these games for under £40 elsewhere, making for a false saving. Secondly, some of these games are still months from release and may well get cheaper down the line. Either way, now you know the facts, the choice is yours.
For all our mixed feelings about Watch Dogs, we can't deny it's worth a look. And at £9.99 for a pre-owned PS4 or Xbox One copy, you'll have a lot of fun.
For the length of Watch Dogs' story, the unique hacking opportunities will keep you hooked, as there’s nothing else quite like it out there. But outside of the hacking, police chases go on too long, side-missions feel repetitive, the audio diaries or home hacks aren’t that interesting and never try to form a bigger picture of the story a la Assassin’s Creed’s extras. It’s a shame, as the game undoubtedly breaks new ground with the hacking opportunities both behind the wheel or when sneaking around on foot. Much like the first Assassin’s Creed, the game has struggled with its own hype, but as history shows, Ubisoft are more than capable of turning this into an essential series if they can make the world and the gameplay around the hacking more interesting too.
Fancy saving yourself over £10 for a copy of FIFA 15 on PS4 or Xbox One? Of course you do, so act fast before this special offer sells out.
FIFA 15 is pretty similar to 14 to be honest, but if you're yet to pick up a next-gen footy title, this is a great place to start. Pro Evo might have just edged it in terms of gameplay, but if you want to see the authentic game with the world's official teams and player names, FIFA's the one for you.
Rainbow Six: Siege is looking tastier every time we see it, and we're growing more cautiously optimistic with each new trailer. As a multinational unit picked from the best of the best, Rainbow Six will allow you to play as operatives from various countries -- and this first trailer showcases the British forces.
Based fairly obviously on the SAS, Brits breach from above and carve a way through target buildings using speed, gas and shock tactics. With luck, this will be a return to form for the long-ignored franchise and for Ubisoft themselves, but naturally we'll have to wait and see.
Minecraft is split into two separate game modes. Creative and Survival. You can play both of them in multiplayer. If you’re mostly interested in making huge structures from scratch with unlimited resources, Creative mode is your best bet. You won’t see any enemies, and you can pull blocks of all shapes and sizes out of thin air. It’s a peaceful world.