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Resident Evil 6 really isn't that bad, especially for £2.95 on Xbox 360

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Jonathan Lester
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Resident Evil 6 really isn't that bad, especially for £2.95 on Xbox 360

No, really, it isn't. Especially at just £2.95 on Xbox 360. Thanks, Rudedude!

Cards on the table: I really liked Resident Evil 6. It may not be the horror game the series deserved, but it was a fun and varied action game that's an absolute hoot in co-op. Leon's section is superb, Chris' section is... okay, it's absolute shite... but then Jake and Sherry get a fantastic chapter of their own and naturally Ada shows up. I really enjoyed it as far as it went, especially in co-op, and for £2.95. I'd recommend it wholeheartedly. If only so you can actually play it before complaining about it some more.

Blink and you'll miss this week's Xbox Live Deals With Gold

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Jonathan Lester
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Deals
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Xbox 360 games, Xbox One Games

Blink and you'll miss this week's Xbox Live Deals With Gold

Microsoft have revealed this week's Xbox Live Deals With Gold, though to be honest they probably needn't have bothered. The deeply mediocre Call Of Duty Ghosts is the highlight of the Xbox One selection at £22.99, while you can pick up Assassin's Creed Brotherhood, Revelations and 3 for £5.39 apiece on Xbox 360.

As always we've got the cheapest Xbox Live Gold and credit deals for your Xbox Live account.

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Dark Souls II: Scholar Of The First Sin drops below £20 on PS3 & Xbox 360

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Jonathan Lester
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PS3 games, Xbox 360 games

Dark Souls II: Scholar Of The First Sin drops below £20 on PS3 & Xbox 360

Dark Souls II: Scholar Of The First Sin is the definitive version of a masterpiece, both remastering the visuals and radically rebalancing the experience with new enemies and monster placement, alongside a performance boost, new items and exposition. Along with all of the DLC as standard.

Check out our 9/10 review, but spoiler alert: it's brilliant. Be aware that it's also a great way into the entire Souls series for newcomers. The next-gen versions are graphically superb, but if you've yet to make the jump it's now less than twenty quid on PS3 and Xbox 360 at Base.com!

Score free Defiance in-game goodies with this new voucher code

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Jonathan Lester
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Defiance, Freebies, PC games, PS3 games, Xbox 360 games

Score free Defiance in-game goodies with this new voucher code

Free to play MMO shooter Defiance has received another massive update this week, with the new Alcatraz content going live. As the Earth Republic deals with fallout on the east coast, survivors are turning to a new beacon of salvation in the west: The Rock itself. This prison-turned-island-base has become a staging point for Expeditions, daring progressive raids against massive threats across (and beyond) the New Frontier.

You can read all the details here.

However, you can also grab some nifty in-game goodies with a new voucher code, including a Cyber Rig, 3 uncommon Cyber Chips, 3 Chip Pullers and 3 Hunter Requisitions. Just redeem the code 'ALCATRAZ' on the official site, and make sure to link your account if you play on consoles.

Diablo III: Reaper of Souls - Ultimate Evil Edition From £16.95 On PS3 & X360

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Diablo III: Reaper of Souls - Ultimate Evil Edition From £16.95 On PS3 & X360

Amazon.co.uk have Diablo III: Reaper of Souls - Ultimate Evil Edition on PS3 listed at just £16.95 delivered. Unfortunatly the X360 version of the game is £23.95, but if you head over to base.com you can grab a copy on the X360 for just £16.99 so no massive difference.

Click here to read the Dealspwn review of Diablo III: Reaper of Souls - Ultimate Evil Edition

This Ultimate Evil Edition contains both Diablo III and the Reaper of Souls expansion set, together in one definitive volume.

These 5 fun games will cure your Bloodborne rage

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Brendan Griffiths
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Features
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Bloodborne, PC games, PS3 games, PS4 games, Xbox 360 games, Xbox One Games

These 5 fun games will cure your Bloodborne rage

As much as we're enjoying Bloodborne here at Dealspwn, there comes a time when we need a break. From Software's game is extremely punishing as you know and it's good sometimes to step back and play something else for a while to chill out and remember that not every game makes your blood boil or punishes slight slipups by snatching away all your progress from the last hour. So here's a list of therapeutic games to play when the red mist builds up too much and you fear for your DualShock 4's safety.

These 5 fun games will cure your Bloodborne rage

DeBlob 2

DeBlob 2 is like an interactive colouring book platformer and is incredibly relaxing to play. You use a paint gun to colour-in a drab grey world with lush colours. Colours that you'll never see in Bloodborne's world of greys, browns, reds and rot. Failure is hard to come by, so this feels like the gaming equivalent of a hug. You can almost hear it saying, "There there, there are no throat-cutting witches here."

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Save £10 on your Guitar Hero Live preorder on all formats

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Brendan Griffiths
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Deals
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Guitar Hero Live, Music games, PS3 games, PS4 games, Wii U games, Xbox 360 games, Xbox One Games

Guitar Hero Live was announced yesterday and already we've found preorders that are £10 cheaper than any other site. It's what we do. These bundles include the game and the newly designed guitar with two rows of three buttons replacing the line of five. As fake plastic guitars go, this one looks pretty sweet and much less like a Fisher-Price product.

Are you ready to dive into the world of Guitar Hero again? We certainly are, but we're also keen to see what Rock Band has up it's sleeve. For more details on Guitar Hero Live, check out Jon's reveal post.

Zone of the Enders HD Collection only £4.95 on X360

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Brendan Griffiths
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Action Games, Xbox 360 games, Zone of the Enders HD Collection

Zone of the Enders HD Collection only £4.95 on X360

With most sites selling Zone of the Enders HD Collection for a tenner, GC's £4.95 deal is a steal.

The Zone of the Enders series still stands as the pinnacle of mech-gaming around here and is essential at this price. Hideo Kojima's second most famous series has been begging for a sequel for years, but given the state of affairs between himself and Konami these days, this might be the end of the series. Don't let it fade into memory.

Guitar Hero Live officially announced for last & current-gen consoles - "it's about to get real"

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Jonathan Lester
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News
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Activision, Guitar Hero Live, Music games, PS3 games, PS4 games, Wii U games, Xbox 360 games, Xbox One Games

Guitar Hero Live officially announced for last & current-gen consoles - "it's about to get real"

New axe, FMV crowds

It's official: Guitar Hero Live is happening.

Coming to PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox One and Wii U and helmed by DJ Hero developer Freestyle Games, the latest entry in the series plans to take things in a radical new direction. Boasting that "it's about to get real," the idea is to make you feel like a rock god with a first person view that shows an FMV crowd reacting to your music, on top of hundreds of playable music videos.

There's also a new peripheral... that sadly isn't backwards compatible. Watch the trailer and let's do this thing.

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Xbox One deals with Gold include Metro Redux bargain & embarrassing "Xbone" typo

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Jonathan Lester
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Xbone, Xbox 360 games, Xbox One Games

Xbox One deals with Gold include Metro Redux bargain & embarrassing "Xbone" typo

Microsoft has revealed this week's Deals With Gold on Xbox 360 and Xbox One. Or should that be "Xbone"? Despite finally managing to escape the early nickname, Major Nelson has accidentally written it several times in his latest blog update.

Whoops. Are Microsoft officially taking it back?

However, let's not lose track of why we're here: the deals themselves. The highlight of the bunch is by far and away Metro Redux for £15.00 on Xbox One, which you can get even cheaper if you buy £15 Xbox Live Credit for £13.29 from CDKeys first. As always, bookmark our guide for the cheapest ways to top up your Xbox Live Account.

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PSA: Last day to get Forza Horizon 2: Fast & Furious for free on Xbox One & Xbox 360

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Jonathan Lester
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Deals
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Freebies, Xbox 360 games, Xbox One Games

Don't say we didn't warn you! There's only one more day to download Forza Horizon 2 Presents: Fast & Furious, the standalone expansion for Forza Horizon 2, for free before it reverts to a premium-priced download.

Seriously, go download on Xbox One and Xbox 360. Do it now. I'll wait. So long as you queue up the download on the Xbox.com marketplace, you can actually complete the download whenever you like.

It's good for 1000G, but can't hold a candle to the original game, naturally. Bear in mind that only Gold members can download the Xbox One version for free and you'll need to sign in.

Even better Lego Jurassic World preorder deals on every format

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Brendan Griffiths
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Even better Lego Jurassic World preorder deals on every format

Man, this discount code is giving us a workout today. Earlier this week we ran a post with a roundup of the cheapest deals for Lego Jurassic World, but this code has provided even better deals! You've seen the Lego Jurassic World trailer and you know you want this. So here are links to the best deal on every format, don't forget to you the discount code at the checkout.

Lego Jurassic World is set to be a comprehensive title featuring not just the events from the new Jurassic World movie, but the original trilogy too. That's a lot of collectibles to look forwards to. Expect voice-overs from the movies along with playable dinosaurs and recreations of the most iconic scenes from the series like the T-rex chase, the cliffhanger trailers and many more.

Destiny players: Xur is finally selling something worth buying this weekend

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Jonathan Lester
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News
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Destiny, PS3 games, PS4 games, Xbox 360 games, Xbox One Games

Destiny players: Xur is finally selling something worth buying this weekend

Another weekend, another visit from Xur: Agent Of The Nine to sell weapons, armour and upgrades to those still playing Destiny. Usually our favourite hawker can be relied upon to sell complete and utter tat, but over the next few days, he's actually flogging something that's well worth buying.

The SUROS Regime.

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Huge savings with 10% off all Lego Dimensions preorders

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Brendan Griffiths
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Huge savings with 10% off all Lego Dimensions preorders

We're super psyched for the new Lego Dimensions toys-to-life series, but boy is Lego expensive! Fortunately, today's much-loved discount code is valid on all Lego Dimensions preorders. This includes the larger Starter Packs and the Fun Packs (minifig and vehicle). You'll find links below for all the Starter Packs and you can find all the Fun Packs (compatible with all platforms) here. These discounted prices are considerably cheaper than any other pre-order we can find. So it may be worth hopping on early.

Concerned about preordering so early? VGB do charge straight away at the moment, but you can cancel your order for a refund at any time before dispatch. Also, their Price Promise policy means if the price goes down again you're covered, but won't pay more if it goes up and if you can find a cheaper deal, they'll match it. Preorders come with £1's worth of loyalty points too.

Find out why we're so excited with this article: Lego Dimensions: how the magic of Lego could dethrone Skylanders.

Stand by for Titanfall at only £11.43 on Xbox 360

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Jonathan Lester
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Deals
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FPS, Titanfall, Xbox 360 games

Stand by for Titanfall at only £11.43 on Xbox 360

Titanfall is still a magnificent shooter. Accessible yet deep, ridiculously fun and empowering, mechanically peerless, it's well worth getting into even if the player count is now admittedly rather low. It's also an incredibly important game, directly responsible for the rush to include exciting vertical mechanics we see in most next-gen FPS titles these days.

If you want to get involved, you can buy a new Xbox 360 copy for £11.43.

Use voucher code VGB10WEEKEND.

Remember that the DLC is free to download!

Best Lego Jurassic World preorder deals on every format

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Brendan Griffiths
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Deals
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3DS Games, LEGO Jurassic World, PC games, PS Vita games, PS3 games, PS4 games, Wii U games, Xbox 360 games, Xbox One Games

Best Lego Jurassic World preorder deals on every format

Fancy getting your preorder down early for Lego Jurassic World? We don't blame you if you've seen the Lego Jurassic World trailer. We've searched the net for the best online deals and we have a price for you for each format, with everyone saving you at least £2.

Lego Jurassic World is set to be a comprehensive title featuring not just the events from the new Jurassic World movie, but the original trilogy too. That's a lot of collectibles to look forwards to. Expect voice-overs from the movies along with playable dinosaurs and recreations of the most iconic scenes from the series like the T-rex chase, the cliffhanger trailers and many more.

Ride Review - More than a fair weather rider

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Brendan Griffiths
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Reviews
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PC games, PS3 games, PS4 games, Racing Games, Ride, Xbox 360 games, Xbox One Games

Ride Review - More than a fair weather rider

Bikers get a seriously rough deal for video gaming thrills. The late 80s and 90s teased us all into getting bikes when we grew up with classics like Road Rash and Super Hang On and then the genre just up and died. Sure there have been Moto GP titles and a smattering of MX titles, but the genre's glory days have long gone. And booting people on Vespas into oncoming traffic is generally frowned upon in real life.

The last decent pair of wheels seen on PlayStation was the free bikes DLC in Burnout: Paradise. With Road Rash seemingly presumably dead in a desert ditch somewhere, we've had to look elsewhere for two-wheeled fun. Milestone (of recent WRC and Moto GP fame) are taking another swing at the sim-side of the genre, something akin to Riding Spirits. We're not quite ready to call this the Gran Turismo of bikes either though.

Sure there are courses spread over real tracks and fictional road-based events. But the variety of bikes or race disciplines on offer doesn't vary enough to warrant a fair comparison. A Gran Turismo of bikes would need to also include dirtbikes, speedway and the multi-surface Supermoto (Supermoto would make for a great game).

Ride Review - More than a fair weather rider

That said, the game is packed with tracks, events and some incredibly gorgeous bikes. All the big manufacturers are included, with the game starting you off with lighter naked bikes and easing you through a grand showroom of rides throughout the career, building you -and your skills- up over time before unleashing you on the suicidal superbikes.

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Dark Souls II: Scholar Of The First Sin Review | School Of Hard Knocks

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Jonathan Lester
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Bandai Namco, Dark Souls II: Scholar Of The First Sin, From Software, PC games, PS3 games, PS4 games, Xbox 360 games, Xbox One Games

Dark Souls II: Scholar Of The First Sin Review | School Of Hard Knocks

Dark Souls II: Scholar Of The First Sin is so much more than a remaster. Not only have From Software brought a masterpiece to current-gen consoles with a huge amount of content, significantly improved visuals and a delightful performance bump, but they've also radically rebalanced it to challenge veterans while giving newcomers a smooth new way into the fearsome franchise.

Be in no doubt: Dark Souls II is still a masterpiece, or more accurately Drangleic is.

Like all of From Software's recent wares, gameplay revolves around exploring and making sense of a truly astonishing three-dimensional space; an initially confusing yet delightfully interlinked series of corridors, zones and shortcuts. Unravelling this complex geometry is the core of the game, ferreting out its secrets and hidden passages while surviving its deadly inhabitants. Dark Souls II channels 8-bit game design by refusing to hold your hand, respecting your ability to experiment, learn from mistakes and collaborate with others, just like the brutally tough games we used to discuss at length in the playground.

Dark Souls II: Scholar Of The First Sin Review | School Of Hard Knocks

What makes Drangleic so memorable, however, is its mournful and sombre tone. Our character is drawn to its ruins like a moth to a flame, a cursed undead thrall seeking solace in a dying civilization. In stark contrast to so many games out there, it's quiet and even serene at times, evoking complex emotions as you wonder how so much gothic beauty could have been brought so low. Which is where Scholar Of The First Sin reveals the first of many major improvements: the visuals.

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Alien: Isolation - Nostomo Steelbook Edition on X360 down to £11.53

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Alien, isolation, Xbox 360, Xbox 360 games

 

Alien: Isolation - Nostomo Steelbook Edition on X360 down to £11.53

In the past few days there seems to be aliens everywhere. This time it is for Alien Isolation Nostromo Steelbook Edition on the Xbox 360 which has dropped to just £11.53 delivered @ Amazon UK. Included in this edition is The Crew Expandable DLC which sees the reunion of the original cast of alien aboard the Nostromo and also the Alien: Isolation Steelbook. The price you pay will also include free delivery.

You can read more here about the game by reading the Dealspwn review of the game.

Click here to buy Alien Isolation Nostromo Edition on Xbox 360 now

Thanks to xboxfan over at HUKD for the tip

Get the Disney Infinity 2.0 Toy Box Pack from £15.20 on Amazon

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Jonathan Lester
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Disney Infinity 2.0, PS3 games, PS4 games, Wii U games, Xbox 360 games

Get the Disney Infinity 2.0 Toy Box Pack from £15.20 on Amazon

Amazon are currently running a cross-platform sale on the Disney Infinity 2.0 starter pack. Behold:

The Disney Infinity: Toy Box Combo Pack contains the base game along with figures of Stitch and Brave's Merida, a webcode to unlock digital content online and a poster.

I was impressed by the fantastic figurines and versatile sandbox mode, but criticised the playsets in our full review. Click here to read our Disney Infinity 2.0 review!