The folks at TheGameCollection have put the Xbox One and PS4 copies of Dark Souls 3: The Fire Fades Game of the Year edition on sale for the next few days for one of its lowest prices yet – £29.95. The sub-£30 price for the fully-featured version of the game is a limited time offer and while stock lasts, tho, so be quick.
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.
Dark Souls 3 happened to be popular enough to make numerous game of the year lists at the end of 2016, so it should be no surprise to see the imminent release of the Game of the Year Edition, which collects the original Dark Souls 3 game as well as its two massive DLC packs. It’s available for £35 on Xbox One or PS4, as well as £32 for PC.
One of last year’s absolute best offerings, Dark Souls 3 can be had right now on either Xbox One or PS4, for the crazy low price of $19.99 each. No doubt we’ll end up seeing a Game of the Year edition with added DLC this year, but if you feel like diving in for cheap, now’s your chance.
Head over to Amazon US today and you can grab yourself a Steam key for the entire first season of cult classic adventure game Life is Strange, all for $6.80. That’s one of the lowest prices this season has been available for and with the recent announcement of a second season, it’s one of the best times to jump in.
Whether you’re an avid amiibo collector or you’re only just getting into the scene thanks to the Nintendo Switch, head on over to Argos today and you’ll find a massive range of amiibo discounted down to £6.99. There are Smash figures, Animal Crossing figures, Super Mario figures, Pokémon and Splatoon figures all on offer, go see.
The twin pack of PlayStation Move motion controllers regularly retails for over £65, but over at Base right now, you can pick up a set for just under £50. There’s free shipping with that, too, which is nice.
Divisive as the game may have been at launch, Mass Effect Andromeda has seen more than its fair share of patches and fixes in the weeks since launch. If you’d like to give it a shot, it’s currently cheaper than ever on PC. Head over to Best Buy and you can grab a digital copy for $29.99 or $23.99 if you’re a GCU member.