We’re back once more with another batch of the week’s best gaming deals to go through. Let’s take a look.
It’s November! Call of Duty Infinite Warfare is out, Dishonored 2 is hurtling towards its release date and Final Fantasy XV actually looks like it might make it onto store shelves this year. What a long, strange year it’s been. To make things a little easier, we’ve got this week’s batch of the best gaming deals to check out. Let’s get started, shall we?
We’ve got deals that’ll work in the US, deals that’ll work in the UK and some deals that will work in both the UK and US, as well as presumably many other places.
UK & US Deals
Day of the Devs is a joint effort between Double Fine and iam8bit, celebrating a bunch of indie games in ways that only Tim Schafer could have planned. There will be games, there will be fun, there will be music. If, however, you’re not in San Francisco and unable to actually attend, you can still head over to Humble Bundle this weekend and pick up the Day of the Devs 2016 bundle for whatever price you like. With it, you’ll get seven fairly fantastic games including some Double Fine classics such as Grim Fandango Remastered and Broken Age.
If you already have some of these titles, Double Fine’s letting you ‘complete your bundle’ through Steam, with a big ol’ discount of 93% off the total.
Bundle Stars has put together a pack of eight indie games they’re particularly fond of and they’d like to sell them to you for less than the price of lunch. Their Indie Legends 5 bundle includes the excellent Papo & Yo, the fantastically named Robot Roller-Derby Disco Dodgeball and a 10% voucher off your next Bundle Stars purchase, among others. All eight games will cost you £3.39 / $3.49 at the moment.
Football! The beautiful game and all that. Honestly, you’ll probably already know whether you’re the type of person to want a copy of FIFA 17 and odds are good that, by now, you’ll already own it if you are. If however, for some unknown reason, you’d like a copy of the game on Xbox One and don’t already own it, it’s currently discounted over on Xbox Live to £38.49 / $38.99. So that’s a thing.
For all of you that long for the golden age of video games, you should know that Atari Vault on PC is reduced by about half price, down to £7.49 / $9.99 over at Bundle Stars currently. What that means, is 100 Atari 2600 games available through Steam for under £10 / $10. We’re talking Asteroids, Centipede, Missile Command, Warlords and more. You don’t have to be old enough to have played them in the arcade to remember these games, but this is definitely one of the cheapest ways to get your hands on them now.
What is Firewatch? Well, for starters, Firewatch is a game in which you can steal a boombox from skinny-dipping teenagers and throw it into a lake. Firewatch is a game in which you can adopt a pet turtle and name it Turt Reynolds. Firewatch is a game featuring the artwork of Olly Moss. But most of all, Firewatch is a narrative-driven adventure about human beings, loss, and relationships. And turtles. It’s 40% off this weekend on Steam, making it £8.99 / $11.99.
Target has apparently decided that the beginning of November is a great time to have a sale on video games and board games. Quite a significant sale, actually, since it covers every game that’s currently in stock. If you pick up two video games or two board games, you’ll be able to get a third of each kind, absolutely free. Since this offer covers the entire inventory of the company, it’s definitely worth a look.
This one takes a little planning, but it’ll net you a $60 discount on an NVIDIA Shield 500GB device. First, head over to the link below and add the NVIDIA Shield to your basket. Then, head back to the page and follow the link to the “25% off with accessories” offer, which will show you a range of accessories priced at a minimum of $9.99 each. Add two of these to your basket and your Shield will be discounted down to $239.98, the cheapest its been around lately.
Until Dawn is an ode to schlocky teen horror movies and a game that manages to pay homage to countless horror tropes and still manage to be a super enjoyable experience with enough plot twists to keep you coming back for more. It also stars Rami Malek, who’s since gone on to international acclaim as the monotoned voice protagonist of the show Mr. Robot. So that’s nice. Until Dawn is currently reduced to $9.99 for PS Plus members and $11.99 for non-Plus members.
Mechanical keyboards tend to be known for two things. Firstly, they’re loud. So loud. So clicky. Secondly, they’re expensive. Quite why someone would fork out a hundred or so dollars for an extra loud and abrasive keyboard is something that you’ll probably only understand once you’ve spent time actually typing on one of these clicky keyboards. Fortunately, NewEgg’s current offer of a $40 rebate on this Rosewill keyboard with Cherry MX black switches brings the overall price down to $25, making it the cheapest way to try out a mechanical keyboard in a long time.
If you’re after a PS4, there has apparently never been a better time to be. That is if you’re not concerned about picking up a PS4 Pro. At ShopTo currently, you can grab yourself a 500GB PS4 Slim console along with a selected new release game for £229.85. The games you could have in that bundle include Dishonored 2, Titanfall 2, Call of Duty Infinite Warfare, Mafia 3 or WWE 2K17 and the bundle essentially makes the game free. Add another £10 and you can get Battlefield 1 with that bundle, too. Just head over to the link below and click ‘Create your Bundle’.
Super Star Wars was an old SNES game that made the world aware that it was possible to make high-quality, very playable Star Wars games on home consoles. It featured the original Star Wars music and created a hyperactive platforming shooter, the first of a trilogy. It was also tough-as-nails, too. Anyway, Super Star Wars is available on PS4 to download for £7.99. However, this deal will get you that game along with three other Star Wars PS2 classics for £6 while stocks last.
Nathan Drake, being the plucky, resourceful type that he is, seemingly won’t disappear without a fight. In fact, you can head over to the PlayStation Network right now and pick up his first three adventures in their remastered forms at an extra discount currently. If you’re a PS Plus member, the trilogy will cost you £17.99 and if you’re lacking PS Plus currently, you’ll be paying £23.99.
Alright, we’re done for another week. Keep in mind that deals, prices, and availability can change at the drop of a hat, so apologies if you miss out on something you wanted. I’ll be over at Jelly Deals, scouring the world wide web for more deals. Feel free to visit, or follow us on Twitter and give us a like on Facebook.