By now, every Nintendo Switch owner has probably realised that while Zelda: Breath of the Wild will take up a bunch of time, they will want to expand the Switch game collection at some point. With that in mind, here’s our guide to the best Nintendo Switch game deals around right now.
Right now, over at Argos, you can not only buy Halo Wars 2 on Xbox One for the historically lowest price of £24.99 but you’ll also get a 3 month Xbox Live Gold membership completely free with your purchase. This is a limited time offer but it’s a ridiculously good one if you’ve been looking to extend your Gold membership recently.
Turok 2: Seeds of Evil was released this week in a rather lovely remastered form on PC. You can pick up this brand new, extra shiny version from Humble now for £11.24 / $14.99 and for your troubles, you’ll get a free copy of the original Turok on PC too. Turok 1 will show up in your account after purchase.
Xbox One owners who haven’t already picked up a copy of Titanfall 2 should head over to Amazon US today and grab a download copy while it’s down to $24. That’s an absolute bargain price for one of last year’s best and most under appreciated games.
Right now, if you somehow haven’t picked up a copy of Grand Theft Auto V, you can get yourself a PC download version of the game for £17.99 by heading to Bundle Stars and entering the code SPRING10 at checkout. This code will work in the US as well, with the price being around $25.
The latest entry into the cult classic Persona series, Persona 5 has been a long time coming. Persona 4 was a PS2 game, so needless to say, diehard fans of the franchise have been waiting close to a decade to see this new game see the light of day. Even better, it looks like it’s going to be superb. Here are the best pre-order prices for Persona 5.
If you have a particular fondness for fighting, most especially in the streets, you may just want to pick up a copy of Street Fighter V on PS4 while it’s down to its lowest price yet – £14 at Amazon UK.
That’s right, folks – Final Fantasy as a franchise is officially thirty years old. You have my permission to feel especially old now. In related news, though, Square Enix is celebrating the occasion by discounting a whole host of PC Final Fantasy titles on its own online store. We’ll list a bunch of them in this post, come see.