Happy Tuesday all! We’ve collected some interesting deals from all around the internet including a newly discounted copy of Sonic Forces for the Nintendo Switch, a fantastic Panasonic television, some official Star Wars stockings, an array of curious Christmas jumpers, and some big deals on the Deadpool and Grim Fandango games. Let’s take a closer look at today’s best deals.
Get the brand new Sonic Forces game for the cheap price of £24.95 at Game Collection. Create your own custom hero character, join Sonic’s army and vanquish Dr.Eggman’s evil hoardes in this fast-paced platform action game.
You can save a top-notch £100 on this great television over at Currys as part of their Black Friday discounts, just type code SAVELSTV100 in at the checkout. Packed full of apps, glorious 4-K-o-vision and HDR 10, it’s a great tv for gaming and movies.
Nothing says Merry Sithmas like these popular (and completely official) Chewbacca, BB-8, R2-D2 and Darth Vader 19″Christmas stockings. They not only look fantastic, but are the perfect size for miniature light-sabres, wookies and hidden drones.
The Deadpool game is being “delisted” over the next couple of days (as can be common practise with older games) and has been discounted by 70% to give folk one last chance to add it to their libraries. It’s a fun game, featuring tons of the hack-n-slash and quip action associated with the foul-mouthed mercenary. Worth a gander!
As Christmas creeps ever closer the onslaught of festive gatherings looms, and with that, the potential for hideous festive garments. We’re particularly fond of this Playstation One jumper that actually looks pretty cool, an old school Metal Gear Solid knit that’ll have your heart swelling for the days of Playstation One, and a fantastically abstract Game of Thrones sweater themed with everyone’s favourite Xmas refrain “Valar Morghulis” or “All Men Must Die”.
One of the most acclaimed adventure games of all time is available in full remastered version for £1.99 at GOG. Grim Fandango follows the surreal adventures of a travel agent based at the Department of Death, across a fantastical world that pulls in everything from film noir to Mexican folklore.