All is not lost for the Assassin's Creed brand this year. Ubisoft Sofia have provided an excellent sequel to Black Flag and it's never been cheaper than this.Head on over to this site and you can use a voucher code to get an additional 10% off, bringing it down to £17.98. To get the code to work, you may need to sign up with a fresh email address. Note: You can use the code on multiple games in the same transaction, so keep an eye out for our other deals to get some more hot prices.
Compared to Unity, this is a mmasterpiece The combat's not broken, there's a rich and varied world to explore and yes, ruddy big pirate ships are back in. If you had fun with Captain Kenway, you should snap this one right up. Check out my Sunday Seven which sings the game's praises compared to Unity.
This is a cracking little trio of games. Assassin's Creed: The American Saga features Assassin's Creed III, the better Assassin's Creed Liberation HD, and the frankly excellent Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag. Cheers Buzz!
I loved Deus Ex: Human Revolution. I mean, boss battles and that rubbish ending aside, it was a damn fine game that really delivered in terms of giving players options. We're big on that sort of thing here.
The Director's Cut reworks the offending parts of the original game to make for a somewhat smoother experience, integrating the Missing Link DLC, freeing up certain augmentations, and adding in 8 hours of developer commentary and a 45-minute documentary. Thanks mugglesquop!
Not only is there a ridiculous saving of over £40 compared to the next best offers elsewhere, it actually works out cheaper than a standard copy at the time of writing. The SDWW Edition comes with 12 inch replica of the in-game Dub Step gun, a pocket-sized Dubstep Doomsday Button, and an 8 inch Johnny Gat Memorial Statue. Perfect for fans of the Saints Row series, or for those who want to destroy the world with Dubstep. Thanks to Lomi @ HUKD!
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The Xbox Live Countdown To 2015 Sale has reached its second day, revealing a 33% discount on... Costume Quest 2.
Oh. It's not the best deal we've ever seen (especially since the PC version has fallen below £5 before) but by all accounts Costume Quest 2 is fun, humorous and reminds us of why we used to love Double Fine before the SpaceBase fiasco. Full credit to teddy1590 for updating his monstrous HUKD post!
The Xbox Live Countdown To Christmas Sale has started, providing loads of cheap Xbox One deals and Xbox 360 discounts. Here are just a few of the highlights...
Magic 2015 is £4.00 on Xbox One. Click here to buy. >>
Metal Gear Solid: Ground Zeroes is £6.60 on Xbox One. Click here to buy. >>
Titanfall GOTY is £9.99 on Xbox 360. Click here to buy. >>
Dungeon Defenders is £2.99 on Xbox 360. Click here to buy. >>
Resident Evil Revelations is £6.59 on Xbox 360. Click here to buy. >>
We've got all the deals and links below, thanks to a magnificent effort from teddy1590, sunnyrain, martic and of course Larry "Major Nelson" Hryb! Make sure to frequent our games deals stream so you don't miss out on the upcoming Xbox Live deals throughout the week.Click here to read more...
Perhaps not quite as breathtaking as the original game, Bioshock Infinite still has a lot going for it as one of the most thought-provoking FPS titles of the last generation, and it's super cheap on Xbox 360 right now. Cheers martic!
You can now pre-order Dark Souls II: Scholar of the First Sin on PS4 or Xbox One for just £34.18. That may sound a bit pricey for a remaster, but this edition does at least come with all three DLC expansion packs and a brand new world in the shape of the frozen landscapes of Eleum Loyce. Online features have been rebalanced and tweaked too. Head on over to this site and you can use a voucher code to get an additional 10% off. To get the code to work, you may need to sign up with a fresh email address. Note: You can use the code on multiple games in the same transaction, so keep an eye out for our other deals to get some more hot prices.
Thanks to oUkTuRkEyIII.
What a difference a week makes for Assassin's Creed Rogue. Last week this was a tenner more expensive at most sites. Since then, I've finished the game (it's a bit great) and it's seen a generous discount. Head on over to this site and you can use a voucher code to get an additional 10% off. To get the code to work, you may need to sign up with a fresh email address. Note: You can use the code on multiple games in the same transaction, so keep an eye out for our other deals to get some more hot prices.
Rogue is a follow-up to last year's Black Flag. Compared to Unity, this is a masterpiece. The combat's not broken, there's a rich and varied world to explore and yes, ruddy big pirate ships are back in. If you had fun with Captain Kenway, you should snap this one right up.
Assassin's Creed: Rogue is much better than Unity. But then it would be, what with it being an Arctic-set sequel to Black Flag that has you romping about the northern seas as a swagalicious Templar. Pick it up for just over £20 at Zavvi now.
NB. You'll need to use the code WELCOME on a new account to get it at this price. Cheers oUkTuRkEyIII!
Shadow of Mordor is an immensely satisfying game due, in large part, to some brutal executions, crisp combat, and a nemesis sytem that makes taking down Sauron's minions feel quite personal. It's a cracking, dark LOTR sandbox, and you should probably have it in your life.
NB. Remember you can knock a quid off with the voucher code TD-FRTW too. Check out our Shadow of Mordor review here. Cheers tom07blink!
If you want to experience all the American Assassin's Creed games in one cheap PS3 and Xbox 360 bundle, Simply Games are charging £14.99 for Assassin's Creed: American Saga - Birth Of A New World. This compilation includes Assassin's Creed III, Assassin's Creed: Liberation HD and Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag, so you're getting a lot of exploration and imaginative murder at a £5 saving. Thanks to FantasyDeals @ HUKD!
If you're an Xbox 360 owner who has yet to finish the Final Fantasy XIII trilogy, this deal for Lightning Returns from GAME will save you a tenner compared to the next cheapest offer elsewhere.
Thanks to oUkTuRkEyIII @ HUKD!
I'll be honest, the Redux doesn't add a huge amount to Last Light, so if you're not too worried about the spit an dpolish of the Redux version, it's well worth looking into picking up the last-gen version on the cheap. Speaking of which, ShopTo are doing Metro: last Light Limited Edition for under a fiver.
The Limited Edition features a new Ranger Mode along with an extra rifle and military grade bullets. Cheers jimladahah!
If you're in the market for Call Of Duty: Ghosts on Xbox 360 and Xbox One -- your reasons are your own -- then Amazon will sell you the digital combo pack for less than a tenner.
This is a screaming deal, though Call of Duty: Ghosts was a major disappointment compared to Advanced Warfare. Thanks to awal @ HUKD!
You can pick up Tomb Raider GOTY for just £6.85 at Simply Games right now on Xbox 360, which includes all of the, admittedly multiplayer, DLC.
You can find our Tomb Raider review here. Cheers Mark!
Tales from the Borderlands: Episode One is three of the most rewarding hours I've spent with a videogame in quite some time. A game has to be excellent to make me punch the air, let alone compel me to dance around the room to Busy Earnin' during the end credits.
I'm not sure what I expected, because my heart sank when I first heard that Telltale were simultaneously taking on Borderlands and A Game Of Thrones. They may be riding high on critical acclaim now, but it wasn't so long ago that they rushed out too many licensed releases too fast while quality slipped and slumped. Were Telltale starting to slide back into bad habits?
No. Not only is Zer0 Sum a cracking yarn that brilliantly sets up a Borderlands-themed adventure, but it's actually strong enough to stand on its own as a frankly superb interactive movie. The best way to start a new series is with a game that can hold up in and of itself, and Zer0 Sum nails it.
Plus, on a much more basic level, it's... fun.Click here to read more...
Call of Duty: Ghosts - Hardened Edition has dropped under a tenner at Amazon right now.
The Hardened Edition comes with the following extras:
Microsoft has revealed this week's Xbox Live Deals With Gold on Xbox 360 and Xbox One, which are an interesting mix of Deep Silver and Namco discounts. Highlights include Dead Island Riptide for an appropriate £2.99 (average game, amazing price) and DuckTales Remastered for a fiver.
Slim pickings on Xbox One, mind, with just the Metro Redux bundle on offer at £21.17. It's cheaper at Zavvi, but not by much, so arguably those who value convenience over trade-in value... and real ownership... might be okay with a download.
We've got all the deals below. Credit to HXCMARC @ HUKD for spotting the Riptide deal yesterday!Click here to read more...
After weeks and weeks of packed release schedules it’s a slight reprieve for our wallets this week with just a couple of games hitting the shops. One of them you should buy immediately, the other should be left until you’ve read some reviews.
The Crew is one of the last hopes for what has been a terrible year for the driving genre. Xbox owners have at least had Forza Horizon 2, but it’s been seriously bobbins for everyone else. The Crew features a scaled down open-world of the USA to explore either racing solo or with a group of friends. It wouldn’t be an Ubisoft game without radio towers to discover too.
Early playtests were not kind, although the recent Beta showed signs of improvement. Ubisoft aren’t releasing review code until launch day, claiming they want the press to be able to play it fully online. I’m calling bollocks here. There’s a significant amount of game we could be playing offline and plenty of other games manage to turn servers on a week early and we’re able to find matches or races to test online with fellow writers or people that had their copy shipped a few days early. If we need more time to test out the online functions, we’ll take it, just like we did with Destiny.
Cheapest Price: Simply Games £41.85 (PS4/XO). Note: Depending on the reviews, this could be a tenner cheaper within a week.Click here to read more...