Time to check out another week’s worth of the best deals from the realm of gaming, tech and other fun bits that are generally quite nice to do. This week there’s a bounty of PC download discounts as well as Final Fantasy 15’s lowest price and a deal on the HTC Vive. Let’s begin.
Humble is hosting a sale on a whole range of Telltale Games...games, this week. There’s ‘up to 80% off’ the set, which includes things like The Walking Dead, Batman: The Telltale Series, MInecraft: Story Mode, Tales from the Borderlands, The Wolf Among Us, and Jurassic Park: The Game. Speaking of which, hey, remember that there was a Jurassic Park adventure game? Here are some highlights from the range, while it’s still on.
- Batman: The Telltale Series for £11.39 / $14.99 / €13.79
- The Walking Dead: Michonne for £2.74 / $3.74 / €3.74
- Minecraft: Story Mode for £9.49 / $12.49 / €11.49
- The Wolf Among Us for £4.74 / $6.24 / €5.74
- Jurassic Park: The game for £2.99 / $3.99 / €3.99
Over on the greener pastures of Xbox Live, Gold members (ha!) can get a few key discounts on a range of games including Rainbow Six Siege, Hitman Season One, Gears 4, Far Cry 4 and the truly wonderful Axiom Verge. Specifically, here are some of the highlights of the current batch of Gold savings.
- Far Cry 4 for £9.60 / $16
- Hitman: Complete First Season for £22.50 / $30
- Gears of War 4 for £20.87 / $29.99
- Quantum Break for £18 / $24
- Assassin’s Creed Syndicate for £12 / $20
- Axiom Verge for £8 / $10
- Rainbow Six: Siege for £15 / $25
Hot off the announcement that Full Throttle Remastered is not only due out on April 18th, but available to pre-order right now, GOG.com is celebrating by taking up to 90% off of some of Double Fine’s finest wares. If you’re unfamiliar with Double Fine’s body of work, perhaps you’ve heard of Broken Age, Brutal Legend, Psychonauts or Massive Chalice? Also up for grabs here is a downright bargain-priced copy of Grim Fandango Remastered, arguably one of the best adventure games ever made. You can pick these games up individually or in one big bundle, if you prefer.
- Day of the Tentacle Remastered for £3.69 / $4.53 / €4.29
- Grim Fandango Remastered for £2.09 / $2.48 / €2.39
- Broken Age for £3.79 / $4.71 / €4.49
- Psychonauts for £1.69 / $1.99 / €1.89
- Massive Chalice for £2.99 / $3.71 / €3.49
Here’s a friendly reminder that this month’s star game when you subscribe to Humble’s monthly stack of game keys is Jonathan Blow’s puzzle explorathon, The Witness. You’ll get that and a handful of other games by subscribing for $12 (around £10). The games change each month, so if you’ve been meaning to try out The Witness, subscribe before the end of March. The nice folks at Humble say that you can cancel a subscription at any point too, which is nice.
Final Fantasy 15 has seen its biggest price cut since its launch late last year over at Amazon US right now, since the game is currently available for $34.99 on both Xbox One and PS4. That offer is for a limited time only, though, so if you want it, you’d better head over there Prompto.
In one of the cheapest Xbox One offers so far, NewEgg will sell you a Battlefield 1 Special Edition Xbox One S 1TB Xbox One S console - which comes with a digital copy of Battlefield 1 - for $239.99 via its eBay outlet today. This is undoubtedly a move to clear out stock of the military green console but it’s undeniably good value.
Over at NewEgg’s main site, if you decide to buy yourself a Vive VR headset anytime before Monday, the site will throw in a Radeon RX480 4GB graphics card (around $185 value) absolutely free. Sure, you’re still paying $799 for the Vive but getting a whole graphics card as a free bonus ain’t bad.
If you’re the type to like your PC accessories to be as garish and questionable as possible, you may want to head over to Bethesda’s official store right now. The site is currently clearing stock of its Vault 111 themed SteelSeries accessories - specifically, a gaming mouse and a headset - dropping the prices by about $80 each. The mouse will run you $20 while the headset (a Siberia model) costs $30 while stock lasts.
Nintendo and its official partners have a few options for Switch cases out there but you may have missed when the travel case pictured above was announced - it’s quite literally a case for your entire Nintendo Switch, dock and all. In the past week, I got myself a screen protector as well as a carrying case for my Switch, which goes to show how paranoid I now am about damaging the little guy. If you’re similarly paranoid right now, feel free to check out our buying guide to the best accessories for Switch over at Jelly Deals. It may be of some use.
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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