Over at SimplyGames for the time being, you can pick up a copy of Overwatch’s extra feature packed Game of the Year Edition on either Xbox One or PS4, all for just shy of £30. That offer is set to last the weekend or until stock dries up, so get in while you can.
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.
Never got around to playing Bloodborne? Still fancy giving it a try? Good news, then, since the extra special Bloodborne Game of the Year Edition is now down to £23.99 over at 365 Games. Get in there while you can but keep an eye on Amazon UK to price match soon.
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.