The LEGO games are a joy. Whether you want to explore space in the LEGO Star Wars series, raid tombs in LEGO Indiana Jones or place tiny figures onto portals a lot with LEGO Dimensions. One of the best examples of the franchise, LEGO Batman 3, can be yours with a ton of DLC on PC, all for £6.69 / $9.99.
If you’re looking to pick up an Xbox One console, it’s going to be hard to beat one of Microsoft’s own offers today. You can pick up an Xbox One S 500GB Minecraft bundle along with an extra controller and a copy of RARE Replay, all for £219.99. Alternatively, you can swap out the extra controller for a copy of Forza Horizon 3 for the same price.
Dark Souls 3 is getting a game of the year edition in a matter of weeks. Because of that, you may want to hold off and pick up that edition. If, however, you’re not quite sold on buying the biggest and fanciest edition of the game, you can grab the standard edition on Xbox One or PS4 for a steal at $20.
Microsoft itself has reduced the price of this Xbox One S 500GB console along with two of the best console exclusives around – Forza Horizon 3 and Halo Wars 2 – down to £229.99 from its original £250 price. That’s a whole lot of gaming at an increasingly tempting price point.
For a limited time (and while stock lasts, whichever comes first!) NewEgg is selling off its stock of the Xbox One S 500GB console along with a digital copy of Battlefield 1 and a boxed copy of Resident Evil 7, all for just $249.99. The insanely cheap price point is probably to clear out stock of the Battlefield bundle, but it’s a damn bargain while it lasts.
The spook-a-thon that is Resident Evil 7: Biohazard is down to $39.99 on both Xbox One and PS4 over at GameStop US today. This game finally took the Resident Evil franchise back to its roots and brought back the creeping sense of dread that the original few games had. It’s superb and $40 is a great price for it.
At Amazon US right now, you can pick up a PS4 copy of Resident Evil 7: Biohazard for a mere $39.99. If you happen to have missed this one when it released in January, you may just want to grab it with the extra discount. In my own opinion, it’s one of the best horror games in years.
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.