This week was pretty exciting, huh? New PlayStation 4 consoles, Mario coming to phones and a new world for iPhone users that suddenly involves a lot more wireless headphones. Don’t worry though, because the deals don’t stop for anything. We’ve gathered up the last week’s best deals to bring them to you right here, right now. So let’s get started, shall we?
The franchise may have come to an end, but there’s nothing that says you can’t still enjoy Disney Infinity while there are figures to be collected. To make that collecting easier, GameStop US are currently selling off their stock of Disney Infinity 3.0’s Star Wars themed Starter Pack for only $15 on all formats. Bargain basement pricing may mean that stock disappears quickly though, so act fast.
The XCOM series’ forgotten second-cousin, The Bureau, is available as a Steam key from Amazon US right now for $4. If nothing else, it was certainly a game that had some unique ideas and under five bucks might be cheap enough to justify dipping into this one and seeing how you feel about it yourself.
StarCraft II’s Kerrigan-centric middle chapter, Heart of the Swarm is down to $7.97 over at GameStop right now. That’s the price for the boxed version, which makes it significantly cheaper than getting the digital version at present, so if you’re running behind on your StarCraft, it might be time to catch up.
Amazon still seems to have a fair amount of stock left of the DOOM Collector’s Edition, which features a 12-inch tall Revenant Statue and Steelbook case. They’re selling this edition for under $45 on all three formats, which makes it far easier to justify buying yourself a little demon statue whether you already own a copy of DOOM or not.
Over at Best Buy, they’re taking advantage of the new range of consoles being geared towards 4K televisions in a surprisingly appropriate way. They’re pairing up an Xbox One S 500GB console with Halo Master Chief Collection and Halo 5 with a high-end 55-inch LG 4K television for $799.98. Then they’re throwing in an extra Xbox One controller on top.
In case you’re wondering, that’s an Xbox that usually costs $300, a controller that costs $60 and a TV that normally costs $700, but buying them all together will save you around $260. If you’re in the market, this is one to check out.
Okay, that’s all for another week. As usual, please keep in mind that deals, prices and availability can change at any time, so sorry if that happens on any of the above. I’ll be over at Jelly Deals, scouring the information super-highway for more deals. Feel free to follow us over at Twitter or Facebook. See you next week!