Check out the brand new story trailer for Mortal Kombat X one of our most eagerly awaited titles of 2015. Just like the studio's last game, Injustice: Gods Among Us, the story will see you controlling multiple characters which is a great way to try out a wide variety of the roster rather than settling on an old favourite for the entire game.
The story will take place over a period of twenty years, so prepare for some epic scenes and find out why everyone's so keen to get their hands on that stone. The trailer also promotes the exclusive special edition at Game where you'll get Goro as a playable character for £47.99 (ouch indeed).
Or you could order at these much cheaper prices below. Stay tuned to our game deals page for regular discount on the hottest games.
Ready to get re-elected? Saints Row IV: Re-Elected Edition + Gat Out Of Hell is only £20.99 on PS4 and Xbox One.
Saints Row IV is as brilliant, anarchic and deceptively clever fun now as it ever was, and Base.com have rustled up a seriously tasty bargain. £20.99 will net you both the Re-Elected Edition, Gat Out Of Hell expansion and the Devil's Workshop DLC, which is a seriously good haul. Thanks Turkey!
Need a white Xbox One console bundle that comes with months of fun? How about one with Dragon Age: Inquisition, Sunset Overdrive and Minecraft for just £279.99? Just scroll down to Special Offer 1 on the retailers page.
Usually, I'm really not a fan of white consoles. But I'm very tempted with this to go with my white PS4. The original black XO, looks like an 80's VHS storage cabinet, but this is a much cooler affair. The white models are likely to maintain a higher reselling price than the regular black version too. With Halo 5 and Rise of the Tomb Raider on the way though, you're not going to be getting rid anytime soon. Be sure to bookmark our deals for cheap Xbox One games for all the best prices too.
Final Fantasy Type-0 is out next month, and I'm actually more excited for the game itself than the Final Fantasy XV demo everyone seems to be so obsessed with. Type-0 is generally hailed to be a fantastic game that was cruelly never localised for the West, with great characters and surprisingly enjoyable combat, meaning that the fact we get to play it has to be worth celebrating.
That said, it should be on Vita. Porting a PSP game straight to new-gen consoles seems...ambitious.
We'll have a full review nearer the time, but for now, I daresay that plenty of you are looking for the cheapest pre-order price around, whether you're mainly waiting for the game or just see it as a wrapper for the juicy demo. You're in luck, as you can now get involved for just £27.92.
Make sure to use Rakuten Voucher Code FEB15%OFF. Thanks to uwantsum @ HUKD!
Stop the presses. Microsoft has announced that Fable Legends, the asymmetrical multiplayer next chapter of Lionhead's parody RPG franchise, will be free to play on Windows 10 and Xbox One.
No, not just available as a demo. F2P.
"You’ll be able to play Fable Legends from beginning-to-end without spending a penny," proclaims the announcement. "That means you’ll have access to the entirety of Fable Legends’ storyline and all of the quests we release this year and forever. Everything in Fable Legends that affects gameplay can be earned by simply playing the game."
There will of course be a premium currency, but otherwise you're free to take on the role of hero or villain for nothing.
Which is absolutely fantastic news, because to be perfectly honest we'd completely lost interest.Click here to read more...
Ubisoft's The Crew has had its price slashed in the weeks since release and this hot £19.75 deal makes it super tempting for racing fans. With Project Cars still some time away, it's getting hard to resist The Crew's open-world US setting and rich selection of motors. Hell, it's worth it to see Ubisoft cram in Assassin's Creed tower syncing into yet another game series.
Still not sure? check out Jon's full review, or take a look at the short version: "The Crew's magnificent automotive American playground and high-octane multiplayer road trips are sensational, but the tragedy is that Ubisoft and Ivory Tower didn't know when to stop. Its irredeemably dreadful storyline, grim personality, invasive premium currency, miserly economy, deeply inconsistent event quality and always-on restrictions are all unnecessary yet wilfully sabotage what should have been a masterpiece. There's still fun to be had here, but approach in a deal with a crew of your own or steer well clear. 6/10"
This is an outrageously cheap deal seeing as Dance Central Spotlight is a legitimately great dancing game that uses the Kinect 2.0 sensor brilliantly while delivering the same pulse-pounding full-body dance gameplay we expect from the series. The graphics are fantastic, accuracy is impressive and there's a decent number of tracks in the starting version with more available as DLC.
Which you should consume responsibly, of course. Though you're encouraged to spend extra for more tracks, £1.85 is still a stonkingly smart buy.
"The newest, digital-only game in the award-winning Dance CentralTM series focuses on the core dance experience," blurbs the blurb. "With more routines per song and a massive library of additional songs for purchase, Dance Central Spotlight lets you customize your dance sessions more than ever before. Break a sweat with an expanded Fitness Mode including specially authored fitness routines, or use the voice-activated Practice That mode to rehearse difficult moves immediately in-song. And with choreography designed for everyone from new to advanced dancers, anyone can take the stage."
Or in other words, it makes me look very silly but gets some endorphins pumping around my batter stream. I'm sure you trim young things will make it look good. Thanks FantasyDeals!
It's official. Following yesterday's rumours, Microsoft has confirmed that Xbox Live Games With Gold will be shifting gears and upping its game, amongst other overused clichés.
BioShock Infinite and Tomb Raider will both be free on Xbox 360 throughout March for Xbox Live Gold Members. Lara will take the first shift until March 15th, at which point Booker takes over for the rest of the month.
Meanwhile, on Xbox One, Rayman Legends will be free to download all March long, while local multiplayer darling #IDARB will remain free.
It's a great haul with more to come, as Microsoft has also announced that they'll be doubling the number of games available on the service. "Next month, you can look forward to four free games on Xbox 360, and two free games on Xbox One," apparently. It looks like Phil Spencer is ready to deliver on his promises of beefing up the service, so here's hoping that the quality matches the quantity.
UK retailers are going Xbox One bundle crazy in one of the fiercest price wars we've ever seen, and this latest broadside is an absolute peach.
Scroll down to see the special offers. I shouldn't have to point out how ridiculously good value this represents, seeing as you'll get the special edition console and three games for less than the RRP of the console itself, and undercutting Microsoft's recent official deal to boot. Many thanks to TheRaspberry @ HUKD for a great spot!
Wolfenstein: The New Order - Occupied Edition is only £14.99!
The story may be a little too involved for a retro shooter for my tastes, but Wolfenstein's latest reboot is still oh-so-satisfying when the exposition stops and the shootybangbangdeath begins. Excellent mechanics, great guns and slick visuals make this one to play, especially now that it's coming down in price. We reckon that £49.99 was a big ask, frankly, but £14.99 is ridiculously cheap for the merch-tastic Occupied Edition that even comes with a Doom 4 Beta. Eventually. Thanks, Buzz!
Thief on Xbox One is only £7.50 at the popular supermarket's website. I'd act fast on this one as it's essentially half-price compared to other retailers. Note: PS3 owners with PS Plus can currently pick up the last-gen game for free.
Some games take forever on next-gen consoles to drop below the £30 mark. Not Thief though, which has been dropping like a stone. Sure, it didn't set the world on fire, but it's a solid enough effort for fans of all things sneaky. Do yourself a favour and turn off most of the guides and other cheaty elements and you'll find the experience all the more rewarding. Here's the Thief Review.
Batman: Arkham Knight may not be out until June, but chances are you're already champing at the bat. I mean, bit. To stoke the flames, Rocksteady have released a new trailer entitled "Gotham Is Mine," giving us another look at the gorgeous Gotham sandbox as well as the two deadly enemies trying to bring it to its knees.
Want to pre-order? You can currently buy Arkham Knight for £44.75 on PS4 and Xbox One (Amazon are a few pence dearer but are more likely to deliver on time). The Batman: Arkham Knight Amazon Exclusive Edition with Batman memorial statue is still in stock on Xbox One too.
Meanwhile, if you need to catch up on the previous games, you can still buy the Batman: Arkham Trilogy for £10 on PS3 or PC.
What did you make of the trailer? Excited for Arkham Knight? Be sure to catch up on our Batman: Arkham Knight hands-on preview and sound off in the comments!
Mortal Kombat X marks the long running series' debut on PS4 and Xbox One and you can now reserve your copy for £35.
We've got high hopes for this one as the studios' last game, Injustice: Gods Among Us, was a great brawler. Expect loads of depth this time as each character has multiple variants that give them unique attacks, specials and even different weapons. The training challenge towers have been improved for each character and the online options now include factions to side with. Expect those brutal X-ray shots as you smash the bones of your opponents. Don't expect those finisher moves to be any easier to pull off though, you're going to have to work hard for those gory yet delicious executions!
According to a new rumour-slash-leak, next month's free Games With Gold have been revealed for Xbox 360 and Xbox One.
If true, BioShock Infinite and Tomb Raider will both be free on Xbox 360 throughout March for Xbox Live Gold Members. Lara will take the first shift until March 15th, at which point Booker takes over for the rest of the month.
Meanwhile, on Xbox One, Rayman Legends will be free to download all March long, while #IDARB will remain free.
No official confirmation yet, but expect it soon. According to a purported screengrab of Microsoft's internal ExpertZone site, we'll also get double the number of Xbox Live Games With Gold in April, which suggests that Microsoft are trying to up their game and compete with PlayStation Plus Instant Game Collection. Here's hoping.
Looking to jump into the current-gen with a couple of well-received games? If you're leaning more towards the Xbox One side of things, this deal from GAME is definitely worth a look. The Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare branded console comes with a copy of said game and the GOTY Edition of Forza 5. For under £300 it's actually a pretty good deal, and will set you up to be ready for the bigger releases later this year. Thanks to bigtam1 @ HUKD!
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Dying Light is one of the most pleasant surprises of 2015 thus far: a zombie sandbox that actually has brains and atmosphere as well as fun in buckets. Techland have delivered their best game to date, adding parkour and verticality to reinvigorate a tired genre. Chances are you've already heard the buzz.
"Dying Light is a game best experienced on your own terms and at your own pace," Matt explains in our Dying Light review. "It eschews the excesses of its sibling franchise, Dead Island, but is no worse for it... a diamond in the rough that really empowers you to revel in the design aspects of its zombie-infested sandbox."
That's the good news, but now for the great news. We have an Xbox One digital copy (Xbox Live download code) to give away!
To be in with a chance of winning, just leave us a comment in the box below! We're keeping it (un)dead simple. We naturally encourage you to use your comment to tell us more about yourself, share some zombie survival strategies or make some utterly atrocious puns, but the winner will ultimately be determined by random selection. Good night, good luck!
Competition closes Friday 27th February at 17:00 GMT. Winner will be randomly selected. Winner will be notified and sent their Xbox Live download code to the email address associated with their Dealspwn account, so please make sure to use a valid email address! You will need an Xbox Live account and internet connection to activate and download your digital copy.
Wow. Microsoft have just dropped the bundle bomb with a massive Xbox One bundle for £279.99.
UPDATE: Sadly, Microsoft have now taken Evolve off the table - it appears to have been a mistake on their end and part of a different promotion. Thankfully plenty of people were at least able to take advantage of the error before they rectified their mistake!
Either way, it's still a decent deal if you plan to take advantage of the Microsoft Store credit!
Missed out a few days ago? Well, retailers are at it again, discounting Sleeping Dogs: Definitive Edition once again from £14.98 on Xbox One and PS4. This is only a fiver more than the last-gen version now, but it comes bursting with DLC, making it the smart choice.
Wei-Shen’s undercover exploits in Hong Kong was an absolute blast first time around and ensured the new IP was a genuine contender in a genre dominated by GTA and Saints Row. The graphical upgrade isn’t huge, but at least there’s the bundled DLC to look forwards to, which includes the expansion packs. If the idea of running round Hong Kong as an undercover cop infiltrating gangs sound like fun, that's because it really is. Wei Shen kicks some serious ass and isn't afraid to bend the rules to get what he wants. We say bend the rules, we actually mean hack them into kibble with a meat cleaver.
Thanks to ryanjones1093.
Better late than never. Rockstar has confirmed that GTA Online's heists will finally be deployed on March 10th for the PS3, PS4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One versions, followed by the PC version on April 14th.Click here to read more...
Dragon Ball Xenoverse is the game we've been waiting for.
I'm not just talking to Dragon Ball Z fans, even though this is by far the best tie-in to date. Dimps have nailed the raw mechanical thrill of the series' legendary aerial battles as we freely soar over expansive 3D levels at supersonic speeds, throwing down on fan-favourite characters with ridiculously OTT attacks, Ki Blasts and trademark special moves, smashing foes through the scenery as we brawl in the air, underwater and throughout familiar locales.
We'll drill down into the details later, but the fact is that Dragon Ball Xenoverse is one of the most important manga/anime videogames ever since it finally addresses a missed opportunity that has gone sadly ignored for years. For the first time, we're able to truly enter an anime franchise's universe -- not as a player, but as a character. We'll create our own avatar from a huge selection of options, skills and equipment, then see how we stack up with Goku, Vegeta, Raditz, Frieza as we fight with and against them, whether alone or teaming up with friends online.
Xenoverse's premise is very clever indeed. The Dragon Ball timeline is under threat from a mysterious new force who seek to unbalance key events in the canon (from the first battles with Vegeta to the Ginyu Squad's body-changing shenanigans, Frieza's entrance and beyond) for their own nefarious ends. A chronological police force headed up by Trunks is desperately trying and failing to keep history intact, and in a last-ditch move, petition Shenron himself to send a champion capable of going back through time and restoring the canon to its original state. With extreme prejudice.
The champion, of course, being you. Me. Us.Click here to read more...