This really is the ultimate bundle for Lego fans looking for a PS4 console. This PS4 bundle includes the large Lego Dimensions Starter pack, The Lego Movie Videogame and Lego Batman 3: Beyond Gotham. You’ll still be collecting things long into 2016 with this lot. Continue reading PS4 console + Lego dimensions, Lego Movie and Lego Batman 3 – £330
PlayStation TV is a neat device that lets you play a selection of Vita games on your TV using a DualShock controller. What we find especially useful though is the PS4 streaming for playing your PS4 on a different TV in the house. Moving your PS4 up and downstairs is set to become a thing of the past. This sounds cheaper than buying a new PS4 when you inevitably fumble it too.
These latest US/UK prices are amongst the best we’ve ever seen for new units. There are some preowned options too to chip a few extra bucks off. Continue reading PlayStation TV gets some great price reductions
PC gamers prepare for smug-face times as this deal is a firm reminder of just how cheap AAA games can be on PC once you’ve put a rig together. Naturally, we’ve listed prices for US and UK gamers. Continue reading Excellent PC deal for Call of Duty: Black Ops III
We briefly saw this deal a few weeks ago for the Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection on PS4, but it went out of stock quickly. Well, it’s back and still undercutting the competition by a massive margin. You’ll need a US PSN account to play it, but it’s simple to set one up from outside the USA. Grab a 5% discount by going to the seller’s Facebook page and clicking the link. Continue reading Uncharted Collection back in stock at ridiculous price
Fallout 4 will take a while to come down in price thanks to the surge of high-scoring reviews and strong sales. But that doesn’t mean everyone is charging full-whack. We have an excellent price for the PC version, along with a few multiformat season pass deals. Grab a 5% discount by going to the seller’s Facebook page and clicking the link. Continue reading Fallout 4 on PC available at $40.75 / £27.06
Want to pay less than half the RRP for the new Wild Run expansion for The Crew? If you’re a PC gamer, you’ve come to the right place. Grab a 5% discount by going to the seller’s Facebook page and clicking the link. Continue reading The Crew Wild Run expansion only $15.22 / £9.96
Been a bit busy with the likes of Fallout 4 and Black Ops 3 this month? Forgot to nail down a preorder of Star Wars: Battlefront? Or maybe you’ve been waiting to see how the reviews and servers turn out? Whatever your excuse, now’s the time to get involved. This is the cheapest deal we can find, saving a tidy sum over rival sites. Continue reading Here’s your cheapest Star Wars: Battlefront PC deal
We had some great deals for a 12 month subscription for your Xbox Live Gold account earlier this week, but these are even better. Don’t miss out on this excellent deal that’s the cheapest by miles for US and UK gamers. Grab a 5% discount by going to the seller’s Facebook page and clicking the link. Continue reading Xbox Live Gold account 1 year sub under $30 / £20
Really want to dive into the world of Fallout 4 guides without browsing through endless YouTube videos? Then how about a professionally written Prima Guide? These deals are significantly cheaper than the original RRPs for both UK and US buyers. Continue reading Official Fallout 4 Prima guide books reduced by up to 50%
Call of Duty: Black Ops III is so packed with content it tough to pick a place to start. While many COD players like to skip the campaign each year and dive straight into the multiplayer, Black Ops III’s story mode marks the long-awaited return of co-op, making it one of the best campaigns the series has seen in a while.
However, I ran through the campaign playing solo first. This third entry in the convoluted Black Ops storyline jumps even further into the future. The world has gone to shit, but I can’t remember why. Soldiers have body modifications that allow them to jump higher and wall-run in a similar, but certainly toned down, version of the hyper movement skills seen in last year’s ambitious Advanced Warfare. You can now shoot while mantling over low walls and even reload while sprinting for a much more fluid feeling Call of Duty and these features gel nicely with the competitive multiplayer too. Continue reading Call of Duty: Black Ops III Review – A co-op coup
It’s safe to say that Assassin’s Creed: Syndicate turned out to be much better than Unity, well it wasn’t as broken at least. If you’re one of the many gamers that waited for the reviews, you may be interested in one of these deals for PS4, Xbox One and PC in both the US and UK markets. Grab a 5% discount on PC by going to the seller’s Facebook page and clicking the link. You don’t have to enter an email address, enter any text and press Submit for a code. Continue reading Tempted by these Assassin’s Creed: Syndicate prices?
Closing the packed Xmas release schedule with a bang, Just Cause 3 is mere weeks away from its December 1st release. PC owners are set to benefit from this seriously heavy discount on the PC version. I’ve listed the best console prices too. US and UK options are available. Grab a 5% discount on PC by going to the seller’s Facebook page and clicking the link. Continue reading Just Cause 3 preorder prices have all the bang for your buck
With gaming’s busiest season well under way, there’s every chance you’re in the market for a new 12 month subscription for your Xbox Live Gold account. Don’t miss out on this excellent deal that’s the cheapest by miles for US and UK gamers. Grab a 5% discount by going to the seller’s Facebook page and clicking the link.
Wow, that’s just $2.53 / £1.74 a month! You’ll need a sub to play online multiplayer in the likes of Call of Duty: Black Ops III, Halo 5, Need for Speed and Forza 6. You can also look forward to some free games via the Games with Gold program. Just like the ones below. Continue reading Xbox Live Gold account 1 year sub only $30.39 / £20.89
Yes, it’s a little early to get excited about Fallout 4’s Season Pass, but these prices are hard to ignore and could prove a great investment when the content rolls out next year. There’s a significant saving on each format and we have prices for US and UK gamers. Grab a 5% discount by going to the seller’s Facebook page and clicking the link.
- Fallout 4 PC Season Pass – $24.28 / £15.95
- Fallout 4 PS4 Season Pass – £21.84 (UK only)
- Fallout 4 Xbox One Season Pass – $33.25 / £21.84
Stay tuned for more of the hottest prices on your favourite PC and console games.
The Need for Speed series has struggled to find an identity for years, despite takes by numerous developers. Between the forgotten titles, we’ve had the Fast and the Furious-inspired Underground, the cops vs racers of Hot Pursuit (twice), the straight-faced track racer Shift and the open-world attempt by Criterion in Most Wanted.
This latest game has had an extra year of development, breaking the habit of releasing a NFS game every year. The subtitles are gone, 2015’s game is simply Need for Speed. Although, given the nature of the game, EA must have been pretty tempted to call it Need for Speed: Underground 3. Continue reading Need for Speed Review – Burnt out
There was a time when Japanese RPGs were big news on consoles with regular updates from the likes of Final Fantasy and Dragon Quest. There have been slim pickings over the last few years though. Instead, we’ve seen RPG elements creep into more action-orientated games. 2015 has been no different, with the great (Witcher III) and poor (Mad Max) alike bumping their games past the 40 hour mark with skill trees and lengthy upgrade systems.
But what about something unmistakably ‘Japanese’? With the Final Fantasy series going online with XIV or still being miles off (XV), it’s once again up to Bandai Namco and the Tales series to bring fans a slice of old-school goodness. Continue reading Tales of Zestiria Review – Needs more ‘Zest’
If you’re reading this, the chances are that you’re in the market for a new tablet but don’t want to pay through the nose for the latest poser-friendly iPad. We don’t blame you. The price of Apple’s tablets has got way out of hand, with the costs of extra memory being particularly shocking.
You’re off to a good start looking at an Asus tablet. This is after all the company behind the first truly great budget tablet, the 2012 Google Nexus 7, aka the benchmark. But today the competition is pretty damn strong in this area, with even Tesco releasing an impressive tablet in the form of the Hudl 2. So, let’s see how the ZenPad 8.0 Z380C measures up. Continue reading Asus ZenPad 8.0 Z380C Tablet Review – Another Asus Ace?
Life is Strange’s five part episodic series began life back in January and the last episode was released nearly three months ago. It’s safe to say the release schedule has been a mess. Even the originally-planned six-week gap between episodes should have been flagged as a narrative momentum killer.
Such is life when reviewing and playing episodic content these days. If you’re smart though, you’ll have stayed away until today. Now the final episode is out, you’re free to play through the whole story at your own pace. And to get right to it: you really should. Continue reading Life is Strange Episode 5: Polarized Review – The illusion of choice?
You may already know something about Bedlam as it’s based on a book by Christopher Brookmyre. Packed with pop culture references it featured a chap waking up in an old Doom-style shooter he used to play in his youth. The book followed him as he made his way through multiple familiar game worlds and different gaming genres.
The game follows a similar premise, but puts you in the shoes of a different character for some reason. This gives the writers an excuse to come up with additional dialogue, which often falls a little flat if I’m honest and may even cause a few eyes to roll. What we’re really after though is an experience of playing through some classic genres akin to the experience in the book. Continue reading Bedlam: The Game Review – You’d be mad to come here
Rallying used to be king of the racers in gaming, but just like real rallying, it’s seen its audience dwindle to a fraction of the glory days. A fact not helped by Codemasters bastardising their own franchise by unleashing Ken Block’s show-ponying over actual racing.
The second wave of WRC titles (Sony had a WRC series on PS2) performed admirably last-gen though, despite always being in the shade of Dirt 2. Milestone were a bit cheeky though, recycling some tracks in their annual release and stripping down the career mode to its bare bones. Continue reading WRC 5 Review – A dirty old clunker