Welcome to February, which we've somehow made it all the way into. The year seems to be speeding along at a hefty clip. At this rate, we'll all be playing Red Dead Redemption 2 and Shenmue 3 before we know it. That is, assuming those games actually make it to release this year, which may or may not seem a little ridiculous. In the meantime, we can take a look at a bunch of games you can play right now, with some of the best deals of the past week.
Time for yet another Humble Bundle! This time, Humble is letting everyone have a chance to celebrate Namco with a batch of its more recent franchises, as well as a pre-order for upcoming horror title Little Nightmares, if you fancy paying enough. If nothing else, it's worth throwing some money at this one for Pac-Man 256 which is a bizarrely addictive 'endless runner' style Pac-Man game from the creators of Crossy Road.
Pay what you want
Ace Combat: Assault Horizon
Enslaved Odyssey to the West
Pay more than the average
Warhammer 40,000: Eternal Crusade
Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 3 Full Burst
More games unlocked next week
Pay $15 / £12.01 or more
Tales of Zestiria
Project CARS On-Demand Pack
Pay $35 / £28.02 or more
Little Nightmares (pre-order)
While we're talking about Humble, you only have a very small amount of time left to sign up to Humble Monthly and grab a copy of XCOM 2 for $12 instantly. A Humble Monthly subscription will get you a new batch of games each month but you'll need to sign up today to get that XCOM 2 key, after then it'll become a different title.
Well, would you look at that. Just in time for Super Bowl weekend, you can grab a copy of Madden 17 Super Bowl Edition at an extra discount. Who would have thought. The game is currently available to download on Xbox One for £18.15 / $19.80. The US PlayStation store seems to be selling the game for under $20 as well.
Here's one for the collectors. If you're anything like myself, you may just have a weakness for big, anthology coffee table books about video game systems or history. January saw the release of another such book in the way of the Nintendo 64 Anthology Classic Edition hardcover book, which is available to order for just about $34 at the moment. It's a big, hardback tome with 350 pages of artwork, interviews and backstory about one of Nintendo's most infamous consoles.
If you're quick and somehow don't already own a copy, you can head over to the Humble Store right now and grab a copy of internet sensation and pop culture phenomenon Undertale for £3.99 / $4.99 / €6.35. This offer won't be around much longer, though, so get in there quick.
As reported on earlier in the week, The Last Guardian has seen a new round of discounts at the moment, so if you have yet to grab a copy and are curious enough to try the game out, you can pick up a copy for as little as $31.99.
Mafia 3 came along in October last year to a fairly mixed response alongside a whole lot of glitch gifs. A few months and a set of patches later, however, and the game functions well and maintains a giant 1960s open world to explore and dominate. If that sounds like your thing and you happen to be a PC player, you can grab a boxed copy today for $20.81.
Need a PS4? You're probably going to want to get Uncharted 4 at some point, given that it's arguably one of the best titles to grace the system and also happens to be a big Sony exclusive. Right now, at eBay you can pick up a 500GB Slim PS4 console along with a copy of Uncharted 4 and an extra DualShock 4 controller, all for the reduced price of $249.99. That's for a limited time and while stock lasts though, to keep that in mind.
Watch Dogs 2 has a free trial out on consoles now that will let you play a few hours of the game before needing to make a purchase. If you have any doubts about whether Watch Dogs 2 is for you then you should get that demo downloaded while you can and give it a try. Personally, I was pleasantly surprised by this game and it's current price point of $29.99 on Xbox One and PS4 over at Best Buy is a decent price. Even better if you're a GCU member, since you'll only pay $24.
With that, 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.
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