Been waiting for a hot deal for The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited on PS4 and Xbox One? This excellent price is still in stock somehow at just £17.85.
Don't worry about online subscription fees, they were dropped long ago for this title. There's plenty to do in the main game, but when you're done, take a look at the Imperial City DLC. Still not sure? Take a look at Jon's console review.
Thanks to MrShiz.
Cheers, Base.com. You're now selling Mad Max for less than I'm trying to flog my copy for on eBay. Ass-hats. While I'd certainly advise taking a look at my review before buying, this Mad Max Xbox One price is the best I've seen since the game's release. PS4 buyers are looking at £24.99.
To be honest, I wasn't impressed with Mad Max, as you can see in my review. That said, some fans are really enjoying it so far, and at might be worth a look if you're looking for a new open world title with sand and waiting as main features.
We're surely looking at a hot contender for Game of the Year here. Find out why from just £23.99.
There's a lot of free DLC to download right now, and the expansions are looking like great value for money as I discussed here: Are Fallout 4 and Witcher III a turning point for Season Passes? The game picked up one of our Editor's Choice awards in my review: "While the decidedly average combat and alarming number of technical gremlins are disappointing for a title that's been in development for so long, The Witcher III: Wild Hunt is still a must-buy title for genre fans. The Northern Kingdoms is vast and beautiful setting, packed with unique adventures and touching tales that you'll find away from the beats of the main story. A title to truly lose yourself in."Click here to read more...
Even one year after (re)release, the PS4 and Xbox One version of Grand Theft Auto V annoyingly still sell at close to full price. This £29.99 offer is one of the best prices I've seen for the game in the last 12 months. I know, it's still too bloody high.
This new-gen version of GTA features improved graphics, a new first-person view and tonnes more extra features that make it one of the better remasters out there. It's good to hear that online heists have finally made their way to the game too! Take a look at the recent Freemode updates for the online game.
Like men in underpants acting poorly and slapping each other about? It's ok, we can't let go of the 90s either.
Considering the next best price for this is £38, you should be all over this sweaty pant fest.
Thanks to Conway990.
There's every chance we'll see something a bit cheaper tomorrow, but these are some solid bargains.
After over sixty hours in Fallout 4, Carl is damn close to delivering his verdict on the game. We're guessing it's not rubbish if he's been playing it for that long.
Thanks to BuzzDuraband.
Bought an Xbox One, but just want to play old games? Well, you may as well play through some old favourites with Halo: The Master Chief Collection, which is now available for £18, which is £10 cheaper than the next best deal.
This collection includes the Anniversary editions of Halo and Halo 2, Halo 3 and Halo 4. Add in a 60 frames per second makeover and multiplayer modes that involve over 100 maps. Mmm, that's a lot of maps. The multiplayer has been a bit inconsistent online so far, but a massive update has fixed most of the issues, so maybe it's finally safe to get involved.
Thanks to chrisoconnor.
Alien: Isolation Ripley Edition is super cheap today on PS4 and Xbox One at just £9.99 for a new copy.
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.
Thanks to Raz.
This is probably the best value package you'll find today, and it's all thanks to this record low price. With 30 games bundled together for just a tenner, including Perfect Dark, Banjo-Kazooie, Killer Instinct Gold, Battletoads, Viva Pinata and more, it should keep those of you after some retro gaming action busy for a long, long time. Thanks to oUkTuRkEyIII @ HUKD!
Despite the success of the original Star Wars: Battlefront games back in the PS2/Xbox days, we never saw a third game last-gen. But now, with modern gaming technology and DICE's expertise on full throttle, we have a game that looks almost as good as the movies that inspired them.
Sure, the animations aren't as fancy as that original trailer set on Endor, (called it!) but the graphical clarity and slick 60 frames-per-second across all platforms makes this one of the best-looking multiplayer shooters ever made.
For what it's worth, I've had significant hands-on time with the finished PS4 and Xbox One versions of the game. The PS4's resolution comes out on top (900p) and the Xbox One version runs at 720p. While that may sound disappointing for XO fans, it really isn't that noticeable if I'm honest unless you get uncomfortably close to some of the textures. Which you won't have time to do because you'll be too busy getting shot.
Both versions feature mild texture pop-in, especially on larger maps, but overall, the scenery is magnificent. The tall forests of Endor are supported by the likes of the slick black rocks gouged by red hot lava streams on Sullust or the epic eternal winters of Hoth. Fans of the original movies are going to love it.Click here to read more...
It's another potential misprice that could be revoked at a moments notice, but if it goes through you'll be getting the latest Halo game for a tenner. At that price it doesn't really matter if the game doesn't quite live up to expectations, because it's Halo 5 for just £10 a month after its release. Do be aware that charges under £50 include an additional £4 charge, but even with that on top this is still a fantastic deal. Thanks to LeedsLeedsLeeds @HUKD!
There's a huge probability that this is a mis-price and so it might not be honoured, but if it is you'll be getting the latest COD for under a tenner. Which is ridiculous. Do be aware that charges under £50 include an additional £4 charge, but even with that on top this is still a fantastic deal. Thanks to Change_Me @ HUKD!
Be sure to check out our Call of Duty: Black Ops III review for more details.
£10 is a fantastic deal for Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition. This is also one of the better new-gen re-releases out there and your eyes will thank you for the incredible scenes.
I'd heavily recommend Crystal Dynamics' excellent reboot of the 90s series which has recently gone on to become the most successful Tomb Raider game in Lara's history. This is a gorgeous game from start to finish and the huge explorable island is the best game world we've ever taken Lara through. In addition to the improved graphics, you can also use the PS4's camera or headset mic to swap weapons via voice commands. It's rather telling of the action genre's rough year in 2014 that this re-release was a podium placer for my action title of the year. Again. Here's my Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition Review.
Thanks to oUkTuRkEyIII.
£12 is a fantastic price for Dark Souls II: Scholar of the First Sin on PS4 and Xbox One. Stock is already listed as low, so don't hang about.
If you enjoyed Bloodborne, there's every chance you'll enjoy Dark Souls even though you may originally have skipped the series last-gen. This new edition includes lots of DLC, superior visuals, faster frame-rate and remixed item/enemy placements to throw off the veterans too. Be sure to take a look at Jon's review.
Thanks to Bure11.
Really desperate for a rallying game on your Xbox One? Well, this is your only option. Thankfully., it's seen some dramatic discounting since release.
I wasn't impressed with this one much and would advise waiting for Sebastien Loeb Rally or whatever Codemasters eventually bring to new-gen consoles. Here's a short version of my review: WRC 5 patronises gamers with hollow victories amidst a game full of painted-on features. It's a shame, as the track design is suitably stuffed with tight corners surrounded by car-shredding traps. Car handling is up to the task, if a little lacking in speed and excitement. You're better waiting for 2016's rally games.
Thanks to mallie21.
EA's top-tier titles are always tough to find a good deal for, but we've managed to get an excellent price for a digital Xbox One code. The deal below is a good £13 cheaper than a physical copy. don't forget to use the discount code below.
FIFA 16 is looking hard to beat this year thanks to an improved career mode (here's a trailer), the usual impressive roster of licenses and the long-awaited inclusion of female players from the best international teams. Not sure? Download the extensive demo and see for yourself.
Thanks to BuzzDuraband.
You can extend your Xbox One's hard-drive space by simply using an external USB drive like this one. This £89.99 Seagate external drive will add an extra 5TB (or 5000GB) to your Xbox One's storage capacity and is a much better way to buy extra space rather than opting for the new 1TB console model. Naturally, it can also be used for your PC too. We ran a deal for a 5TB Seagate drive a while back for £30 more and that was a great deal, so this one's a no-brainer.
UPDATE: Sold out now, but there's a Seagate alternative for the same price instead via the link below:
Thanks to goonertillidie.
For all our mixed feelings about Watch Dogs, we can't deny it's worth a look. And at just £5 for a pre-owned PS4 or Xbox One copy, you'll have a lot of fun. This is actually for the Special Edition of the game, but we're assuming any DLC codes have already been used. This is still the cheapest way to get the game though.
For the length of Watch Dogs' story, the unique hacking opportunities will keep you hooked, as there’s nothing else quite like it out there. But outside of the hacking, police chases go on too long, side-missions feel repetitive, the audio diaries or home hacks aren’t that interesting and never try to form a bigger picture of the story a la Assassin’s Creed’s extras. It’s a shame, as the game undoubtedly breaks new ground with the hacking opportunities both behind the wheel or when sneaking around on foot. Much like the first Assassin’s Creed, the game has struggled with its own hype, but as history shows, Ubisoft are more than capable of turning this into an essential series if they can make the world and the gameplay around the hacking more interesting too.
Thanks to ChampEon.
Need a bit of traditional survival horror in your life? Xbox One gamers can now pick up The Evil Within from just £12.50 (with Prime membership). PS4 owners can get a copy delivered from Game for £12.99.
The Evil Within is a return to traditional survival horror values with an unforgiving difficulty curve and a serious lack of ammo. Sounds harsh? That's the way the Resident Evil games used to be yanno (before all the zombies got motorbikes and machine guns). If Dark Souls was your introduction to tough gaming, you'll get a kick (and maybe a chainsaw to the face) from The Evil Within, be sure to check out the HD remake of the original Resident Evil too.
Thanks to Serialkillerz82.
PS4 and Xbox One owners looking for a complete FPS experience in 2015 need look no further than Call of Duty: Black Ops III. A fun co-op campaign mode, all the zombies and a jam-packed multiplayer suite will keep you going long through the cold months ahead. £34.99 is a fantastic price so soon after launch too.
Here's the short version of my review: The addition of online co-op gives the campaign mode a great boost. There are some irritating connectivity issues in co-op and zombies though. The competitive multiplayer is much smoother and reliably packed with maps, modes and a dizzying array of unlocks. You'll struggle to find a shooter with more value than this year's Call of Duty.