It's Independence Day tomorrow over in the good 'ol United States of America which is generally better for us than it is them given the conversion rates....winner!
Retroism have just launched their July 4th Independence Sale with a fair few titles and bundles on offer:
While you could spend all those pennies you've saved on buying more chocolate (and I wouldn't blame you, really) Sony have decided to give Playstation 3 and Vita owners a chance to bag a saving or two during the Easter holiday. As always, PS+ subscribers get a little chopped off the top for an extra saving. Notable offers include those for Battlefield 4, the Mass Effect trilogy, Hotline Miami (a cross-buy purchase, which is nice), and the first season of The Walking Dead. Take a gander at the entire list of offers by hitting the jump.
The folks over at Misfits Attic are celebrating the anniversary of the release of their highly enjoyable puzzler A Virus Named TOM. To mark the occasion, they have slashed the price for the game by a whopping 75%, making it practically a steal at £1.65 for the game (although spending an extra 30p or so can get the soundtrack edition.) Click here to take advantage of the sale, which ends tomorrow.
In addition to the major saving, Misfits Attic have also begun a competition to create a Steam Card of TOM’s very own. The best designs will be put to a vote and the winner will be added to Steam’s virtual collection / swapping service. You can read all the details, as well as get hold of some official assets for inspiration, by heading over to the Misfits Attic Blog.
In our review, Jon said that AVNT was “an accessible fusion of brainpower and thumb-caning precision, packing both polished quality and an impressive amount of quality for solo players and social gamers alike.” In short, you should probably get involved while the getting is good. Happy Birthday, TOM!
Sony have updated the listings for their massive EU Summer Sale, and will ring th changes today, ushering in a host of new discounts that'll see the likes of Injustice: God's Among Us as well as smaller titles such as Retro City Rampage added to the roster of cheaper digital downloads.Click here to read more...
The #PlaystationMemories sale continues, but this time it's all about the PS3 with a slew of top current gen titles up for grabs a low prices from the Infamous collection to MotorStorm Apocalypse to Killzone and The ICO HD Collection.
Hit the up for the full list.Click here to read more...
As we reported a short while ago, Big Picture Mode is out for all Steam users to use, and to mark the occasion Valve have unleashed another sale that will run until 10th December. This time it’s focused on fully-controller-supported titles to compliment the newly released interface, and we’ve got some highlights from the sale below. Honourable mentions go to Braid, Audiosurf, Limbo, the Left 4 Dead bundle, BIT.TRIP RUNNER, and Magicka, all of which are worth your consideration if you don't already have them.
A repeat of the offer we saw in the Autumn Sale, it’s a great way to get all of the Alan Wake series for seriously cheap. Although it wasn’t met with the initial fanfare its developers had hoped for, Alan Wake and its stand-alone expansion American Nightmare are definitely worth a look at this price.
LEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes | £6.79
The recent Lord Of The Rings title may well be a superior effort from TT Games, but LEGO Batman 2 still provides the usual high level of platforming excellence we’ve come to expect from the LEGO series, and at this price it’s almost a steal. Of course, you could always get the LEGO Star Wars Saga or LEGO Harry Potter instead, but this offer provides the biggest saving.
At under £2, this is fairly ludicrous value considering the quality of the title. A seriously addictive action puzzler, it even has co-op so you can team up with a friend. Check out Jon’s review, and then go get some.
Another title providing co-op opportunities, the sequel to Orcs Must Die! brings even more depth to the orc-slaying action than its predecessor. That said, should to require even more content you can always get the Complete Pack which comes with all of the DLC for just over a pound more, but £3 for the base game is a mighty bargain.
For the full list of titles currently on sale, be sure to head over to the Big Picture Mode sale page.
The official Playstation Blog has announced that when the Playstation Store updates in a short while, PS3 users will be able to make some mighty fine savings on all things related to Grand Theft Auto IV. The biggest saving obviously comes in the form of the Complete Edition, but if you already own the base game you can still save a fair enough getting the more enjoyable Episodes. As usual, PS Plus subscribers get their 10% off the listed sale price. We’ve got the full list after the jump.Click here to read more...
Indie fans rejoice! The Because We May massive indie sale is live, with participating developers discounting their game across the likes of Steam, iOS, and Google Play, as well as their own sites, to celebrate retail platforms that give them the freedom of flexible pricing.
The sale will last for a week, from May 24th through to June 1st, and you can find out more right here.
What are you still doing here? Go buy some awesome indie games. Do it. Do it NOW!
Indie fans rejoice! To celebrate certain retail platforms - such as Steam, Apple's App Stores, and Google Play - offering developers the chance to enjoy freedom and flexibility when it comes to pricing their own games, a massive indie sale across those platforms will be conducted from May 24th through to June 1st.Click here to read more...
To celebrate the second anniversary of their first release, Radiangames have knocked the prices down on everything in their back catalogue, across iOS, PC, and Xbox LIVE.
Ballistic SE and Fireball SE are normally £1.49 each, Super Crossfire HD is normally £1.99, and Super Crossfire is normally 69p. But now, all of these titles will cost 69p, with the exception of Super Crossfire (Standard), which is FREE!!
With the Vita firmly ensconced on store shelves, Sony has rolled out a massive downloadable PSP price crash on the PlayStation store. Though the minimum price has been listed at £7.99 - which you could probably find cheaper if you're willing to buy a pre-owned UMD - this is a great opportunity to stock up on compatible niche titles for your Vita (so long as your memory card is big enough!).
You can check out the whole list on the PlayStation Store or via the European PlayStation Blog. We've also got a massive sampler platter after the break, complete with asterisks to denote the Vita-compatible games.Click here to read more...
It's February 29th... which isn't something I get to say very often. To celebrate this four-year occurrence, Get Games are holding a massive sale for a huge number of games. So for completeness' sake, I've rounded up the whole damn thing right here for your convenience!
Highlights include Sonic Generations for under £7, Frozen Synapse for £3.75, Explodemon for £3.99, Red Orchestra 2 for £8.49, Renegade Ops for £3.49, Super Meat Boy for £3.39, the Oddboxx for £3.89... there are just so many great deals here. A couple of duds (Napoleon: Total War amongst them), but otherwise, get on this before March!
To celebrate this most joyous of seasons, Sony has launched their fittingly festive PSN sale that slashes loads of prices for full PS3 games, PSN downloads, PSP titles and minis. While it's still much cheaper to buy the full games from traditional retailers (it always is), the trial & unlock deals are absolutely excellent. Here's a modest taster selection of deals that Sony have provided us with. Boot up your PS3 and head into the store to check out the full range!
But wait, there's more. The Minis Pick and Mix bundle also starts today, which lets you cherry pick five minis for the bargain price of £3.19! You'll need to buy the 'Pick & Mix ticket' from the PlayStation store in order to take advantage of this offer, and more detailed instructions are available on the official blog.
Oh my word. To celebrate the season of goodwill and good old games, GoG have slashed the prices of what I can only describe as an obscene number of games.
There are far too many to list here. It can't be done. Even the highlights are too numerous to mention, so I'm going to suggest you get over to the splash page while I point out some essentials. Windows 7 compatibility is assured, and note that I've converted the prices from Dollars to pounds.
Again, you should probably just get involved. Remember to click the 'more deals' button at the bottom of the page if you want... erm... more deals.
What: PopCap 50% Off Sale
PopCap are the original thieves of time. They've been developing their insanely addictive and utterly charming casual games for ten years now, and to celebrate, they've slashed their download games prices by 50%. Practically everything has been reduced- from Heavy Weapon to Peggle- but note that the recently released Bejeweled 3 is exempt from the promotion. Oh well.
If you missed their pre-Christmas holiday sale, it's definitely time to get involved. You don't know what you're missing!