UPDATE: Well, that one didn't last long!
This deal is worth shouting about for two reasons. Firstly, it's the only sub-£20 listing in stock, with the next best price being £7 more expensive. Secondly, it also includes An Alternative Reality, a documentary about the making of Football Manager. As for the game, there are a bunch of new features in this year's edition, including avatars for managers (that can be seen in-game), more realistic injuries for you to worry about, expanded press interaction to ruin your virtual reputation, and a Fantasy Draft mode that can be played with others. As always, we at Dealspwn do not take responsibility for the destruction of your social life / exam results / career if you do buy it. Thanks to mrcwtonothy @ HUKD!
It's been a while since we've seen it fall to this price, but this listing works out as being almost £5 cheaper than the next best offer elsewhere. There's plenty of content to get through in this rather good looking 3DS port, but we do recommend that you own a 3DS XL as the controls could cause hand cramps. Because of this, we recommend you try the demo on the eShop first to avoid what could be uncomfortable play sessions! Thanks to FantasyDeals @ HUKD!
Be sure to check out our Super Smash Bros. 3DS 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.
Another record low price here, beating the next best offer by a few pounds. While the opinion among industry critics has been split, gamers everywhere have been raving over Avalanche Studios open-world title. With vehicular combat, car customisation, RPG upgrades, and hand-to-hand scraps in the wasteland, it will will no doubt keep you busy for a while.
Be sure to check out our Mad Max review for more details.
Two retailers - one price - no arguement that it's a bargain. It's the cheapest we've seen for the post-apocalyptic RPG, and absolutely worth it at this price. Our review is oh-so-close, but the short of it is that it's a huge, wonderful open world that will steal hours away from your life. Seriously, for under £30 you'd be mad to miss this if you like your RPGs. Cheers to oUkTuRkEyIII & Raz @ HUKD!
We're still a week away from the budget range of 3DS titles hitting the shelves, but the price seems to be getting better by the day. Falling even further below the £15 mark, the titles on offer might not be to everyone's tastes, but there's no arguing how the budget range will be welcome to gamers who find expanding their 3DS library is a strain on the wallet. Here's the full list:
Thanks to Recharg3 @ HUKD!
The price for this particular version has shot up in price recently. Thankfully, this offer makes it a much more affordable (although how long the stock will last is anybody's guess.) As for the game, in our review we said that "Yoshi's Woolly World reminds us that there's no shame in creating a wonderful toy. Beautifully crafted with love, innovation and attention to detail, it's a joy to play with - not just play." If that isn't enough to convince the Wii U owners out there to give it a whirl, perhaps mention of the creative level design, challenging levels, and copious collectables to find might sway you. Thanks to philiphunter @ HUKD!
Be sure to check out our Yoshi's Woolly World review for more details!
If you've been looking to get hold of a 3Ds, this offer is definitely the best way to go about it as you can customise your own bundle. The white version is the cheapest at £129.85, but by spending £10 more you can choose between the black or blue version of the handheld or a black New 3DS XL. Each comes with a copy of New Super Mario Bros. 2, and then you can choose between Super Scribblenauts and Professor Layton & the Mask of Miracle as the second title included. It's a mighty find saving overall, especially as it's the New 3DS, and it sets you up to be able to play a huge library of fantastic games for the handheld. Thanks to oUkTuRkEyIII @ HUKD!
Beating the next best offer by a few pounds, this is the cheapest deal we've seen for The Wonderful 101. The layered gameplay mechanics take some getting used to, but if you can get to grips with it all then you'll find Platinum Games' unique approach provides a colourful and inventive brawler. Thanks to FantasyDeals @ HUKD!
Be sure to check our The Wonderful 101 review for more details.
If you're in the market for a second controller (or a new primary one because of rage-fueled "wear and tear") this offer is the best one around. Best of all it features the 3.5mm jack allowing you to plug in headsets to the controller - meaning no more wires dragging across the floor if you want to do some late night gaming - and the new Impulse Triggers that feature vibration during gameplay. Thanks to bennettns @ HUKD!
You can't go wrong really at £129.85 for the new Nintendo 3DS console given that Shopto.net have even offered to throw in three free games for us, and one of them is even Mario Kart 7. Big cheer!
The three games on offer are displayed towards the bottom of the page where they all state 'free' and can be added to your basket at no extra cost.
Platinum unleashed their full creative force on The Wonderful 101, holding nothing back, and the lunatic density of its layered gameplay systems sometimes threatens to overwhelm. Thankfully raucous fun factor and Kamiya's trademark tight design conspire to create a modern classic on Wii U, so long as you're willing to master it. - The Wonderful 101 Review | Platinum Unleashed!
It's a brilliant Nintendo Wii U title, it's £17.86, It's a no brainer. Let us know how you get on with it.
This one's an interesting and tempting deal, provided there are other things on Rakuten that you wish to buy. With the 20X reward points promotion currently ongoing, this listing from ShopTo means that you're effectively getting an Xbox One console for £200. You can then use the £50 credit to get a game (or games) of your choice to go with it, although they will almost certainly be delivered separately. Thanks to quano @ HUKD!
Don't forget that you will need an Xbox Live subscription to play games online, so why not check out our cheap Xbox Live Gold & Xbox Live Gift Cards guide to help you get sorted?
Find yourself with a need to prove that gamers can multitask? The Xbox One Digital TV Tuner allows you to watch TV whilst you play your favourite X1 games. It's quite handy really.
Why watch free-to-air on Xbox One?Click here to read more...
£239.99 for a next gen console is definitely not to be sniffed and a great price in our opinion. It's an absolutely must buy if you're in the market and gives you the freedom to go out and buy the titles you actually want.
If you find yourself stuck looking for games to purchase with this console then make sure to check out our Best Xbox One Games Of 2015 So Far.
I'm with everybody else when it comes to rehashes of older titles coming to the Playstation 4 and Xbox One but I am more than happy to make an exception for the pure brilliance that is Dishonored.
Dishonored is, quite frankly, Bethesda's watercooler game of 2012 - the game that all should be talking about come the year's end, with no two narrative anecdotes the same. It does better than simply revive the stealth genre, it makes us wonder why the hell it went away in the first place.Click here to read more...
An Xbox One console with a game for £243 has to be the cheapest we have seen a console with game bundle for a long time, if not ever. Of course if you don't think The Elder Scrolls online is your thing then you're probably better off checking out the Arkham Knight Xbox One bundle at Amazon for only £6 more.
It's a 48 hour deal and will require use of the code 'JUNE10'. Credit to Chanchi32 on HUKD for the find.
Can't go wrong with a cheap set of cans for only £23.86 (I'm not quite sure why I decided to roll with the use of cans!).
It's honesty time, I have absolutely no idea if there is any difference between the usage of headsets on the PS3 and PS4 as I haven't used one since Battlefield: Bad Company 2!
Dark Souls II: Scholar Of The First Sin is the definitive version of a masterpiece. Surprising for veterans yet deceptively welcoming to newcomers, this rebalanced remaster proves as deeply impressive as it is brutally compelling. Tempting for fans, utterly essential if you've always wanted to get into the Souls series, a pleasingly complete package either way. Prepare to die, definitively. - Dark Souls II: Scholar Of The First Sin Review | School Of Hard Knocks (9/10)
Three games for £12.85 on the Xbox 360? Seems like a no brainer doesn't it given the three games in question.
You have to admit to the amazing value held in this weirdly cheap bundle from Shopto.net. Whilst you are there I would possibly consider a replacement controller.