In one of the biggest price drops since the game’s launch so far, you can now pick up the Deluxe Edition of Mass Effect Andromeda for only $29.99 on either PS4 or Xbox One, over at Amazon US. That offer is for a limited time, however, so get in while you can.
Whether or not you’re actually a Metroid fan, it’s hard to deny that the upcoming Samus Edition of Nintendo’s 3DS XL console is a bit of a looker. Half bronze, half burnt orange and all style. This thing is now available to pre-order for £179.99 / $199.99 and will likely sell out at launch or shortly after. Make a note if this is something that ticks boxes for you.
Right now, you can pick up a whole bunch of PlayStation downloadable games from 2K for almost nothing. Mafia, Bioshock, Borderlands, Evolve and XCOM are all represented across PS3, PS4 and Vita, and you can get them all for under $20. Keep in mind, these codes will only redeem on US PlayStation accounts, so you’ll either need to be living in one of these countries or have yourself a US account ready to go.
The Digital Zone sale range over at the PlayStation Store right now is offering up some nicely discounted downloadable games for your perusal. This means titles like the excellent twin-stick shooter Nex Machina, the moody and narrative-focused Firewatch, FMV horror The Bunker and the abject madness of Broforce are all discounted to well under £10.
Head to Ebuyer this week and you can grab yourself a 27-inch 4K gaming monitor with an IPS panel and G-Sync technology, all for £499.98. That’s a saving of £239.99 off the price of this one, which by the way is the Acer Predator XB271HK IPS gaming monitor if you were curious. Delivery is free, as well, which is a nice bonus.
Return to the stars with Mass Effect Andromeda, due to release on Xbox One, PS4 and PC in March 2017. Not quite a sequel to the hugely popular Mass Effect trilogy, Andromeda is more of a side story, involving all new characters, species and planets. You are the Pathfinder and the fate of the galaxy is in your hands. Here are all of the best pre-order prices and editions.
New games! Forever one of the more exciting things about following games as a form of entertainment is the fact that new games keep coming out and there’s always something fun to look forward to. So far this year, there has been arguably too many games to keep up with, so to simplify it a little, here are the best new games in March 2017.
By going directly through EA’s own Origin service, you can pre-order yourself a digital copy of Mass Effect Andromeda on PC for the bizarrely low price of £34.99 / €41.99. Now that the game has a release date (March 23rd in the UK and Europe, if you’re not keeping track), it’s a good time to start getting overly excited. Starting…now.