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PRICE CUT! Samurai Warriors 4 on PS4 slashed down to £17.99

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Carl Phillips
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PRICE CUT! Samurai Warriors 4 on PS4 slashed down to £17.99

Samurai Warriors 4 on PS4 is now just £17.99 from Base - Click here to buy >>

Looks like the price war for Samurai Warriors 4 just heated up some more, as Base have undercut the earlier deal from VideoGameBox by almost £7. With it now falling below the £20 price mark, the enjoyable hack-and-slash action just became even an more tempting proposition for fans of the genre. Thanks to oUkTuRkEyIII @ HUKD!

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NHL 15: two free Ultimate Team Gold Packs for all players!

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Jonathan Lester
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Deals
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NHL 15, PS4 games, Sports Games, Xbox One Games

NHL 15: two free Ultimate Team Gold Packs for all players!

If you're big into ice hockey and are plugging away at NHL 15's Ultimate Team mode, you should know that you can currently get two free gold packs on all platforms.  Each pack  contains twelve items, all gold, with four rare Gold Items and one rare player item guaranteed. You've got until this Wednesday (January 28th) to redeem your freebies.

You can find out the details here or continue reading below. Thanks to spitdis @ HUKD for the tip!

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Samurai Warriors 4 hacked & slashed down to £23.70 on PS4

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Jonathan Lester
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Deals
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Action Games, PS4 games, Samurai Warriors 4

Samurai Warriors 4 hacked & slashed down to £23.70 on PS4

Samurai Warriors 4 only £23.70 on PS4 at VideoGameBox. Click here to buy! >>

Hack. Slash. Repeat and grin like a maniac. Samurai Warriors 4 is brutally satisfying as ever with a massive range of characters, and this cheap PS4 deal is one of the best prices we've seen in ages. Note that ShopTo apparently have the exclusive art card edition on back order for £19.85, though, so bear that in mind if you're willing to wait for an unknown amount of time.

Is DriveClub worth a second chance at £14.99 pre-owned?

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Jonathan Lester
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Deals
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DriveClub, PS4 games, Racing Games

Is DriveClub worth a second chance at £14.99 pre-owned?

Driveclub now £14.99 at Grainger Games (pre-owned). Click here to buy >>

We bashed DriveDlub at launch for its missing features and broken features, but several months on, Sony's maligned racer has apparently improved in terms of the netcode, challenges and amazing new dynamic weather. This stuff should never have needed to be patched in, but we're glad it's there. So, perhaps this cheap PS4 deal might be worth a look for £14.99 pre-owned if you don't want to wait for the PS Plus edition at less than fifteen quid.

Some of our regulars and peers seem to think so. Do you? Thanks oUkTuRkEyIII!

Saints Row IV: Re-Elected only £27.98 on PS4

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Jonathan Lester
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Deals
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PS4 games, Saints Row IV, Sandbox games

Saints Row IV: Re-Elected only £27.98 on PS4

Saints Row IV: Re-Elected Edition only £27.98 at Zavvi. Click here to buy! >>

Saints Row IV is as brilliant, anarchic and deceptively clever fun now as it ever was. If you want to buy the new PS4 version that includes all the DLC and the new Gat Out Of Hell expansion, Zavvi are already dipping beneath the magic £30 mark, so long as you're not waiting until the magic £25 or £20 mark that is. Thanks benrelics!

Resident Evil HD Remaster PS4 Review | Still Number 1

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Brendan Griffiths
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Reviews
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PS4 games, Resident Evil HD Remaster, Survival Horror Games

Resident Evil HD Remaster PS4 Review | Still Number 1

The original survival horror brand is back and for once we're not rolling our eyes at another HD makeover. Rather than an unnecessary PS4 port of Resi 5 or 6, this is a HD makeover of the 2002 GameCube exclusive remake of the 1996 PS1 Resident Evil. For those of you yet to play the GC version, this will be a remarkable experience if you enjoyed the original game.

The remake was extremely faithful to the original, meaning lots of fixed camera angles and pre-rendered backgrounds. There's no need to worry about the dated 'tank' controls as there's an option to switch to modern analogue movement rather than having to spin on the spot before moving. The different camera angles as you move onto a new screen can still have disastrous results that see you accidentally turn around and run straight back into a zombie's bitey embrace though.

Resident Evil HD Remaster PS4 Review | Still Number 1

Depending what difficulty you choose will affect how conservative with your ammo you are. Although it makes sense to save ammo when you can run past a zombie that you know will keep coming back later. The game is notably tougher than you'll remember if you're coming from the PS1 game thanks to the inclusion of Crimson Head zombies that reappear in older areas if you don’t burn corpses and they move much faster than their shuffling forebears. Defensive items like knives and tasers can be used to retaliate against bite attacks, ensuring that you're not as reliant on green herbs or health sprays.

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Minecraft on PS4 only £10.85

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Brendan Griffiths
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Minecraft, PS4 games

Minecraft on PS4 only £10.85

You'll either know and adore Minecraft already or you'll have an active and healthy social life. If you'd like to change the latter, then Amazon are selling the new PS4 version of the online phenomenon for £10.85.

Thanks to the_hukd_noob.

Disney Infinity 2.0 Starter Pack finally under £30 on PS4/XO

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Brendan Griffiths
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Deals
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Action Games, Disney Infinity 2.0, PS4 games, Xbox One Games

Disney Infinity 2.0 Starter Pack finally under £30 on PS4/XO

This is the best price I've seen for Disney Infinity 2.0 on the PS4 or Xbox One. £29.86 gets you the Marvel Super Heroes Starter Pack including the base game and figurines for Iron Man, Thor and Black Widow. This hot deal saves you between £10 and £20 over the competition, so don't expect stock to last long.

The starter pack should last you a while with an Avenger's themed playset giving you a base game based around the movie's characters. Once you're done with that, you could make your own levels with the updated Toy Box editor. Or maybe put some extra cash down for the Guardians of the Galaxy playset.

Thanks to russellwyatt1.

Dragon Age: Inquisition only £36.86 on PS4

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Brendan Griffiths
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Dragon Age: Inquisition, PS4 games, RPG Games

Dragon Age: Inquisition only £36.86 on PS4

Dragon Age: Inquisition has racked up a few Game of the Year awards recently and PS4 owners can now pick it up for £36.85. The deal is made all the sweeter by the inclusion of the Flames of Inquisition armour DLC. So, save a fiver and pick up one of the best RPGs in years. While we're sure many of you are waiting for a cheaper deal, the price is holding firm on this one thanks to a string of awards and a huge amount of playing time on offer.

Keep checking in for more #gamedealalerts on Dealspwn.com and follow us over on Twitterand Facebook for by-the-minute updates, and bookmark our games deals stream for further savings!

Thanks to Jawz.

Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare now £25 on PS4 and Xbox One

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Brendan Griffiths
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Deals
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Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare, FPS games, PS4 games, Xbox One Games

Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare now £25 on PS4 and Xbox One

£25 for a copy of Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare on your PS4 or Xbox One is a great price and about a fiver cheaper than the next best deal. The XO version is back in stock too.

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 uwantsum.

Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare only £25 on PS4

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Matt Gardner
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Deals
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Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare, FPS games, PS4 games

Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare only £25 on PS4

Jump into Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare for £25 on PS4 from Amazon. Click here to buy >>

Missed out on the Tesco deal? Don't worry, Amazon have dropped their price for the PS4 version of Advanced Warfare down to just £25.

PSN Voucher Code: 10% Off Games & DLC!

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Jonathan Lester
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Deals
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PS Vita games, PS3 games, PS4 games, PSN

PSN Voucher Code: 10% Off Games & DLC!

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.

  • UK PSN Voucher Code: T6R3KB529K

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.

Has MMO become a dirty label? It seems to be for TESO: Tamriel Unlimited

Author:
Matt Gardner
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Features
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MMORPGs, MMOs, PC games, PS4 games, RPGs, TESO: Tamriel Unlimited, The Elder Scrolls Online, Xbox One Games

 

Has MMO become a dirty label? It seems to be for TESO: Tamriel Unlimited

There was something that bugged me about yesterday's press release and, having slept on it, I now think I know what it is. Reading through Zenimax Online's announcement that The Elder Scrolls Online would be dropping the subscription and going buy-to-play, it hit me that aside from the vague allusion in the first to TESO being an "award-winning multiplayer roleplaying game" at no point to the letters MMO pop up in sequence. The whole thing reads like Bethesda are desperately trying to frame the experience as the thing many of us wanted in the first place -- a game that's basically a bigger version of Skyrim with friends.

"For the first time in history, players will explore the legendary world of Tamriel with their friends on console," reads the official blurb. "In the latest and biggest Elder Scrolls game ever made, players will be able to adventure alone, quest with friends, or join an army of hundreds in epic player vs. player battles as they explore and discover the secrets of a persistent Tamriel."

Has MMO become a dirty label? It seems to be for TESO: Tamriel Unlimited

Along with the constant reiteration of phrases like "one-time purchase" (even when describing the Premium subscription, which is still an option, the language used tells of a "single monthly charge" in an attempt to soften the blow) there's a clear drive to play down the MMO-ness of TESO for its console release.

The abdication of the cancerous subscription model has been a long time coming. We were already taking bets on how long it would take Zenimax to drop the creaking infrastructure after seeing monthly payments swiftly abandoned by pretty much every new MMO in the last few years, and now we have a date of March 17th.

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Sniper Elite 3: Ultimate Edition only £26.95 on PS4 & Xbox One

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Jonathan Lester
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Deals
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FPS, PS4 games, Sniper Elite 3: Ultimate Edition, Xbox One Games

Sniper Elite 3: Ultimate Edition only £26.95 on PS4 & Xbox One

Sniper Elite 3: Ultimate Edition pre-order now £26.95 at Base.

Sniper Elite 3 was a gory and satisfying shooter that's all about slow-motion pink mist. If you didn't get involved, the Ultimate Edition will include all of the post-launch DLC alongside a graphical upgrade, and it's already approaching the £25 mark at Base. However, I can't work out if the Hunt The Grey Wolf mission is included -- AKA 'the one that lets you kill Hitler.' Thanks oUkTuRkEyIII!

Alien: Isolation Nostromo Edition down to £16.95 on PS4

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Jonathan Lester
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Deals
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Alien: Isolation, Horror games, PS4 games

Alien: Isolation Nostromo Edition down to £16.95 on PS4

Alien: Isolation Nostromo Edition for PS4 is currently £16.95 at The Game Collection - Click here to buy >>

Cheaper and cheaper. Here's another great deal for one of the best horror games in years, and the special edition too containing fan-pleasing DLC. Delivering quality production values and terrifying true horror courtesy of adaptive AI that's never the same twice, this is one of the best movie tie-ins in years and a fitting use of the license. Thanks oUkTuRkEyIII!

Click here to read our Alien Isolation review and bookmark our games deals page for more savings!

"It's about time" - The Elder Scrolls Online drops its subscription, but is it too little too late?

Author:
Matt Gardner
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Features
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MMORPGs, MMOs, PC games, PS4 games, RPGs, The Elder Scrolls, Xbox One Games, Zenimax Online

"It's about time" - The Elder Scrolls Online drops its subscription, but is it too little too late?

Well, there you have it folks. less than a year after launch, and it's been announced that The Elder Scrolls Online is dropping the subscription and going buy-to-play. A press release revealed that The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited, will release worldwide on 9th June, 2015 for PS4 and Xbox One. Players "will no longer be required to pay a monthly game subscription for extended play. Players will make a one-time purchase of the game and can then enjoy hundreds of hours of content without the requirement of a monthly game subscription fee when The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited becomes available on console in June and beginning 17th March for PC/Mac players."

New players will "make a one-time purchase of the game and play, without restrictions, for as long as they like – without game subscription fees". However, it seems that Tamriel Unlimited will be supported with "special, optional downloadable content" and an "in-game Crown Store for convenience and customization items. Regular updates and new gameplay will be offered to all players to enjoy free of additional charges."

There'll also be a Premium subscription option called ESO Plus, "providing exclusive in-game bonuses, a monthly allotment of crowns to use in the store and access to all DLC game packs while a member."

Is this a good move? Does it make the console versions more attractive prospects? What the hell will ESO Plus mean for in-game balance? We stuck our heads together to chat about our impressions of this fairly monumental shift for TESO.

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Evolve pre-order now £34.71 on PS4 & Xbox One - if you dare

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Jonathan Lester
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Deals
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Evolve, FPS, PS4 games, Xbox One Games

Evolve now £34.71 on PS4 and Xbox One at Base via Rakuten. Thanks bigtasty!

Remember to use voucher code JANGIFT10 for the extra saving! This is a great price, but to be totally honest, we'd suggest not pre-ordering Evolve unless you absolutely adored the betas. The fundamentals of its 4 vs 1 asymmetrical multiplayer are interesting and it can be fantastic fun while playing as the monster, but we're not sure whether it will be consistently enjoyable to last you for the long-term. The DLC plans are also aggravating to the point of being somewhat suspicious. To help you make up your mind, click here to read our latest Evolve preview.

PSN Deals Of The Week: Lara Croft And The Temple Of Osiris only £7.50 on PS4!

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Jonathan Lester
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Deals
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Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris, PS Vita games, PS3 games, PS4 games, PSN

PSN Deals Of The Week: Lara Croft And The Temple Of Osiris only £7.50 on PS4!

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!

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Metro Redux under £15 on PS4 / Xbox One at Base

Author:
Matt Gardner
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Deals
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FPS games, Metro 2033, Metro Redux, Metro: Last Light, PS4 games, Xbox One Games

You can grab Metro Redux for just £14.99 on PS4 and Xbox One over at Base.com right now.

We gave Metro Redux a big, fat 9/10 in our review, saying "this is the Metro experience how it was meant to be. With 2033 brought up to parity with its successor in terms of visual aspects and a smoother stealth experience, 2033 and Last Light come together to form a glorious whole that's more atmospheric than ever, giving a second chance to one of the most striking and original shooters out there. Essential stuff, especially on console, for fans and newcomers alike."

You can read the whole Metro Redux review here. Cheers Buzz.

Saints Row: Gat Out Of Hell Review | Fallen Angel

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Matt Gardner
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Reviews
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DLC, Expansion Pack, PS4 games, Saints Row: Gat Out Of Hell, Standalone

Saints Row: Gat Out Of Hell Review | Fallen Angel

I loved Saints Row IV. In fact, you can read all about how much I loved it here. There have been some who've lamented the series' descent into full-blown comedy madness, but Saints Row IV was supremely entertaining on a moment-to-moment basis. Crucially, its design was just as wonderfully constructed as its jokes -- it was all interwoven in masterful fashion, a beautiful, anarchic sandbox that was glorious to dip into, with some outrageous mission design, and a host of activities and mischief to get up to in between.

Now it arrives on PS4 and Xbox One with a barely noticeable spit and a polish as Deep Silver try to cash in on the remastering that's papering the cracks of new-gen until greatness arrives in the form of new stuff, and with it comes a new standalone expansion pack called Gat Out Of Hell, available digitally for £14.99 or as a pack-in for the aforementioned £30 remaster Saints Row IV: Re-Elected.

Saints Row: Gat Out Of Hell Review | Fallen Angel

I like standalone expansions. At worst, they provide a little taster of the main event at a discounted cost. At best they provide new ways of appreciating the original game. Sadly, Gat Out Of Hell doesn't really do either of those things.

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