The saving over the next best offer isn't much to write home about, but this is the cheapest deal we've seen for the PS4 version of Dishonored. In addition to the excellent base game, the Definitive Edition includes The Knife of Dunwall, The Brigmore Witches and Dunwall City Trials DLC expansions as well. In other words, if you've yet to play the only stealth-based game where you can possess a fish, doing so on the current-gen consoles is highly recommended. Cheers to Buzz for the heads-up!
Be sure to check out our Dishonored review to learn more.
This is one of the best prices we've seen for a physical copy of Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection on PS4.
Here's an excerpt from my review: An essential purchase for Uncharted newbies and the graphical upgrade makes it hard to resist for series fans too. Naughty Dog's trilogy shames the competition with exceptionally detailed levels, blockbuster action scenes and a lovable cast that will be sorely missed when the series wraps up with Uncharted 4 next year.
Thanks to supersteve9.
A rough start isn't always a bad thing, sometimes it leads to some sweet discounting and DriveClub is now available for just £10 new.
Sony and Evolution Studios have been hard at work since launch and the game's online issues (it was practically impossible to get online for the first two weeks) have been patched, meaning this is much closer to the driving game that was originally promised. The track design is exceptional both in terms of layout and visual class. Loading times for the single-player races are super fast too. The handling can be a mixed bag and the penalty system takes a while to adjust to, but this is well worth a look and setting online challenges for other users is competitive bliss. Recent patches have also included rainy weather effects (I've never seen better) and there are a few extra events and vehicles available for free in the store too.
Thanks to DealHunter_.
It's ridiculously expensive going to the cinema nowadays and there hasn't been a decent horror film in ages. Instead, you'd be much better off spending the money on a copy of Until Dawn, it's one of the best PS4 games of the year.
Not sure? Then check out my Until Dawn review. This interactive horror movie is heaps of fun and packed with moments that'll have you and anyone watching jumping out of their skin. Being able to kill off characters you don't like is more fun than you'll want to admit. You'll definitely want to play it more than once too to put the cast through hell again and again.
Thanks to mrcwtonothy.
This deal for Dragon Ball Xenoverse is the cheapest we've seen for the new-gen versions. Most outlets are charging closer to £30 today.
Jon called Dragon Ball Xenoverse, "A Brave Next Step For Anime Videogames" in his review, praising the combat, the deep story and the wealth of content available. The bar has been raised for anime tie-ins. No pressure, Attack on Titan.
Alien: Isolation Ripley Edition is super cheap today on PS4 for just £9,99. You can get the Nostromo Edition for the same price on Xbox One.
Alien: Isolation has been a big success. The pulse rifles and dodgy AI have been ditched for a pure survival horror experience that sees you constantly fleeing from the alien by hiding under tables or in lockers and so on. Sure, it can get a little repetitive, but this is till the best Aliens game in years.
For some reason, the Lego Movie Videogame is taking much longer to drop in price than the usual tie-ins. If you can't wait any longer, you can snap up a copy for £14 today on PS4 and Xbox One.
Ok, one more Lego game for your collecting fix, because we know you'll be jonesing by the time you've finished the Dimensions, Batman, Hobbit and Marvel titles. The film was a huge success in cinemas, so chances are your little ones are going to enjoy the game too. Expect another phoned in effort from Traveller's Tales, but fans of the film should enjoy it.
Thanks to isobel1.
UPDATE: An even cheaper listing has appeared, so we've updated our post with the new price. Cheers for Buzz for the heads-up!
It's one of the cheapest prices we've seen for the console version, and at the time of writing these Special Edition listings works out cheaper than the best offers for a standard copy. You'll get an hours worth of extra missions with the Special Edition, although that's a drop in the ocean considering how much else there is to do. We called Syndicate a return to form for the Assassin's Creed series in our review, thanks to its back-to-basics approach and the exceptional world building of its Victorian-era London. Plus, you know, you get to hit people with a sword cane whilst wearing a top hat. That right there is worth the price of admission. Thanks to oUkTuRkEyIII @ HUKD!
Be sure to check out our Assassin's Creed Syndicate review for more details.
With most other listings being over £30 at the moment, it makes these listings for The Taken King on current-gen consoles worthy of a highlight. As we point out in the review, The Taken King does enough to bring Destiny back on course thanks to a streamlined progression system and renewed focus on story. While newcomers will get the most value out of this (as the base game is included) former players will find this the right time to rejoin the fight as well. Thanks to Iqs @ HUKD!
Be sure to check out our Destiny: The Taken King review for more details.
Here's one of the lowest prices we've seen for the Definitive Edition on console, beating the next best offers elsewhere by a few pounds. Better performance and additional DLC make this a worthwhile pick up if you're after a fast-paced and satisfying brawler. The high level of replayability doesn't hurt either, so long as you can stomach the issues with the campaign's pacing. Thanks to oUkTuRkEyIII @ HUKD!
Be sure to check out our DmC: Devil May Cry Definitive Edition review for more details.
Fancy reliving the Hobbit movies in Lego form and pandering to your obsessive nature over in-game collectibles? Then be sure to pick up Lego The Hobbit on your PS4 for just £10 if you're on Amazon Prime.
The latest Lego effort is one of the more rushed efforts from the overworked Traveller's Tales studio, but it's much more appealing at this price. It's certainly worth a look if you're a series fan. The third film was supposed to be added as DLC when the final film hit cinemas, but has since been cancelled. There's still at least 30 hours of game here if you want to 100% it.
About £30 seems to be the sticking point for Fallout 4 this side of Christmas, so this may be the time to bite. ShopTo are the cheapest today by a few quid on PS4.
Be sure to take a look at Carl's extensive Fallout 4 review while you're here. Here's the short version: While there may be bugs, and some mechanics not clearly explained, it’s hard not to be in awe of the extensive open world Bethesda have created with the Commonwealth. Streamlined progression, an improved narrative, and extensive customisation make Fallout 4 a serious contender to the RPG throne.
This new version of Destiny is packed with value as it includes the base game, the original Season Pass expansion content (House of Wolves and The Dark Below) as well as the new expansion The Taken King. Today's sale price is comfortably cheaper than the competition too. Amazon are selling the PS4 version for just £26.95.
There are some radical changes to the way the XP system works in Destiny too when The Taken King arrives. Essentially, the annoying Light system that forced you to equip certain items if you wanted the level boost is being replaced with something similar to the way you levelled up on the way to Lv.20. These are exciting times and it looks like Bungie are making a solid effort at bringing lapsed players back and giving them all the content in this edition seems like a smart move as it's only about £10-£15 more than the base game now. If you want to know more about Destiny's changes and what they mean for players, check out Carl's Destiny: The Taken King review.
Thanks to phired.
It's been a while since we've seen the PS4 version at this price, but here's another chance to get it for £20 and save a few pounds in the process. Project CARS remains one of the best driving simulators on the market today, despite competition from system exclusives like Forza and Drive Club. If you're a petrolhead that craves an authentic experience that is more about the driving than unlocks and progression, then this one really is a must. Thanks to LankySi @ HUKD!
Be sure to check out our Project CARS review for more details.
UPDATE: Well, those didn't last long. Congrats if you managed to get hold of one while the prices were low!
Well, this well and truly blows the MGSV deal from earlier out of the water for PS4 owners. Not only does it offer the extra goodies included in the Day 1 Edition, it also comes in a Steel Book case as well. However, if you're not too fussed about the extras you can get a standard copy directly from
ShopTo for just £13.85.
Did it deliver a satisfying conclusion to the MGS saga? Not really, but as a stealth sandbox it was an amazing achievement. With Metal Gear Online now available as well (although access to the servers has been... temperamental) this could be the right time to get hold of a copy. Thanks to galactus2013 @ HUKD and Buzz for the heads-up!
Be sure to check out our Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain review for more details.
We've had more than our fair share of open world sandboxes on the new-gen consoles, but the wait for Just Cause 3 has been a rather long one. After all, nobody quite does explosions like Rico Rodriguez.
Just Cause 3 does so many fun things right, but the number of basic elements that it utterly fails at is truly shocking. My first few hours with the game were not good at all actually. However, as I got used to the rough edges, the fun side of the game eventually prevailed and I found myself reluctantly being teased into having a good time.
The story is mere window dressing to the carnage. Rico is once again tasked with liberating a sun-kissed set of islands from a tyrannical dictator. Rico isn't so much of a character as much as a walking accent. But at least he's not an asshole (hello, Mad Max).
What's the best way to liberate a nation? By blowing up anything with red paint on it apparently. Small towns or settlements are packed with destructible items like propaganda speakers, dictator statues, billboards, fuel depots, generators and the like. Destroy them all and that's another location ticked off the map. With over 100 areas to liberate, you're not going home any time soon. You'll also need to reach various liberation milestones to unlock story missions, so you may as well get stuck into any town you glide past.Click here to read more...
This current listing for the current-gen version of MGSV beats the next best offer by a fiver, and is the cheapest we've seen for the PS4 and Xbox One. Did it deliver a satisfying conclusion to the MGS saga? Not really, but as a stealth sandbox it was an amazing achievement. With Metal Gear Online now available as well (although access to the servers has been... temperamental) this could be the right time to get hold of a copy.
Be sure to check out our Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain review for more details.
Need a new hardcore action RPG to get your teeth stuck into on PS4? We'd certainly recommend giving Dark Souls: Scholars of the First Sin a go first, but if you're looking for something completely new we'd recommend Bloodborne. Sorry, we'll stop now. Take a look at Lords of the Fallen for just £12.
Lords of the Fallen was very rough around the edges at launch, especially for a full price game. But at half price it's worth a look if you're a fan of Dark Souls. The boss fights in particular are very rewarding. With a sequel already confirmed, it's worth getting in on the ground floor.
Thanks to Anil90.
Well, we didn't see that coming. Fans of JRPGs and Studio Ghibli had their prayers answered over the weekend at the PlayStation Experience as Ni No Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom was announced for the PS4. Level 5 are back on development duties and no release date was given. On the plus side, we have a debut trailer to share.Click here to read more...
Wolfenstein: The New Order is a great FPS for just £7.99 (preowned) on Xbox One. The PS4 version is priced at £9.99.
Wolfenstein: The New Order provides a classic bombastic old school shooter experience. There's an outstanding stealth game in there too if you fancy being a bit sneaky. Fantastic replay value is offered by multiple routes, unique skills and loads of treasure to reclaim from the Nazis. The story is way better than I expected too, with a pleasing mix of emotions and grin-inducing one liners. More of this please!
Thanks to oUkTuRkEyIII.