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The Order 1886′s Price Drops Even Further

The Order 1886′s Price Drops Even Further

The PS4 exclusive, that apparently everyone hated so much it still gets talked about to this day, is finally at that magic £20 mark. The graphic novel/Adventure/video game movie The Order 1886 boasts some of the best visuals that modern video games has to offer, unfortunately it also boasts some of the most engaging gameplay 2007 has to offer.   It’s short length had people debating across the land, does size really matter? Is it all about quality over quantity? Does anyone else think Ryse was actually not that bad? What ever camp you subscribed to, the chances are you tweeted about how The Order 1886 was the perfect example of modern video games being shallow. At a mere £20, you can jump into the not-so-full-of-monsters-street of London. The cobbles are covered in blood, piss and foul language, and in The Order 1886 they’re no different, apart from the lack of Starbucks and Halal Sub Way.   The Order 1886 isn’t as bad as some people make out, it’s a fair game trapped under the burden of expectation, high production costs and lack of ambition (gameplay wise anyway). While Angry Joe may want you to think the game is awful, the truth is it’s just okay…a little bit like Joe himself. £20 is a decent price for a short, but enjoyable, slice of action…or you could just put another £20 in your budget and get the brilliance that is Bloodborne....

Mortal Kombat X & Bayonetta 2 Both Get Discounted To Bargain Prices

Mortal Kombat X & Bayonetta 2 Both Get Discounted To Bargain Prices

As April rolls on, and the massive games creep forward, a number of last years hits drop in price. While it may of felt the harsh sting of some salty individuals, and the review of a salt/conflicted/hypocritical Polygon writer, Bayonetta 2 is a utter steal at £22.80. Bayonetta 2 is easily one of the best titles released last year, and a must own for anyone with a Wii U. The sharp visuals (yes, the Wii U can be pretty), tight gameplay and over the top video game glory results in a utterly joyous video game experience. It’s impossible not to enjoy this modern classic, unless your a super cultured and social conscious video game writer, cha. £22.80, cheap, wonderfully cheap, you can not buy it now, and behold the art before you. Bayonetta 2 11/10 – Polygon Score Women that has flesh and personality 0/10 From the great, to the utterly pointless. The reboot of Theif that nobody bought (apart from me and three other people) has seen it’s price fall quicker Tim Schafer’s kickstarter credibility. For £7.50, this kinda pretty, kinda bad attempt at rebooting Thief can be yours. The Story is awful, the gameplay is fair, but this is a Thief game only by name, and certainly not by nature. Confusing level layout, stumbling game mechanics that never feel like they are actually working and some mind numbing voice acting are all present in Thief. It’s at least worth a look at for £7.50, in the same way you curiously looked at 2girls1cup in disgust.   Thief 5/10 – Who stole all the charm? CDKEYS.COM IS SO DAMN CHEAP, Mortal Kombat X is still wiping away it’s new born tears and it’s already been discounted. For £13.65, you too can be outraged by the micro-transactions found in the latest Mortal Kombat. Buy the season pass and mourn the death of unlocking new characters by playing, instead of paying. Scream as you fail to pull of fatalities, make that ‘easy fatality’ pack look all the more sweeter.   Mortal Kombat X – To view this score you must pay £4.99/10   Kojmia may be gone, but does that mean you can’t be utterly confused to why Zone Of The Enders HD is so broken? Of course not! Relive the HD collection that was saved by Konami making a even worse HD collection (I see you Silent Hill). If you like Robots and terrible frame rate, Zone of the Enders HD Collection is the perfect package for you. £4.95 can buy you a meal deal, it can also buy you a do’gs dinner of a HD remastering.   4/10, but Kojima licked it so 16/10, clearly.    ...

Smash Bros Wave 4 & Splatoon Amiibo Go Up For Pre-Order At ShopTo

Smash Bros Wave 4 & Splatoon Amiibo Go Up For Pre-Order At ShopTo

The latest wave of Amiibo have finally popped up for pre-order on UK retailer ShopTo, arguably the best site for Amiibo. Ganaondorf, Palutena, Jigglypuff, Dark Pit and Zero Suit Samus all appeared for pre-order, with the new price tag of £14.99. After selling all the previous waves for £10.99 each, it’s a disappointing that ShopTo have increased the prices to match those of GAME. All three Splatoon Amiibo are also available for pre-order. Both the Splatoon Girl & Boy are present, along with the Splatoon Game bundle which includes the Squid Amiibo. The fact the Squid is not available separately is quite frustrating, but in all honestly, it was expected. Make sure to secure your orders before the scalpers get in on the act.    ...

The Order 1886, Destiny, Mortal Kombat X & More Discounted

The Order 1886, Destiny, Mortal Kombat X & More Discounted

The end of the month is near, meaning only one thing…PAYDAY!   These are some of the best deals going around, at the moment anyway, to help you get the most game, for the least money.   Far Cry 4 – £22.99 Xbox One Plays a lot like Far Cry 3, just with a larger world and less of a memorable villain. There’s plenty of content, at least Ubisoft style collect-em-all content, resulting a game that will last a while. For less than £25 you really can’t go wrong.   Mortal Kombat X – £33.02 PS4 / £32.94 Xbox One using code MARCHSALEDAY6 The new generation systems welcomes Mortal Kombat to their shores, and you can welcome it to your shelf for less that £35. If the last Mortal Kombat game was anything to go by, the sheer amount of content will be staggering. Hurry with this one though, it’s a limited time deal.   Starcraft 2 – Wings of Liberty & Heart Of The Swarm £5.99 each – PC It’s Starcraft…what more needs to be said? Both games for just over a tenner is a beautiful deal.     Sunset Overdrive – £19.99 Xbox One It’s not to the taste of everyone, but it’s got a lot to offer. Bright, bold and beautiful, Sunset Overdrive is the perfect ‘change of pace’ game. £19.99 is a fair price for those curious about one of the few Xbox One exclusives worth playing.   The Order 1886 – £28.01 PS4   Using code MARCHSALEDAY6 E-bay users may be selling this for £20-25, but if you want a fresh copy then £28 is not a bad price to pay. The myths of it’s ’4-5′ length are pure bull shit, it’s not a long game but nor is it as short as some would have you believe. Looks fantastic, plays decently enough, heavy on cut scenes and quick time events, still worth checking out.     Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate – £21.21 3DS – Using code MARCHSALEDAY6 After the limited release, and resulting price spike, of Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate, 4 seems to be common as muck. Arguably one of the best games on the 3DS, Monster Hunter 4 is a must play. Smart, deep, enjoyable, rewarding and a utter joy to play, it was a must buy at full price, at £21.21 it should already be in your basket. Destiny – £16.77 using code MARCHDAYSALE6 That’s about the price for last years biggest scam in video games.  ...

Bloodborne Gets A Little Cheaper

Bloodborne Gets A Little Cheaper

Bloodborne may have only been out for a week, but that hasn’t stopped The Game Collection from knocking £7 off.   By using the code MARCHSALEDAY6 , customers can save a little bit extra on the first ‘must have’ game of 2015. The unforgiving nature of Bloodborne doesn’t mean you have to be unforgiving on your wallet!  ...

Evolve, Splatoon & Xenoblade Chronicles 3D All Discounted

Evolve, Splatoon & Xenoblade Chronicles 3D All Discounted

  4 vs 1 shooter Evolve is slowly dropping in price. After a somewhat controversial launch, Evolve is now available for £33.60, on PS4, from Xtra-Vision. With a batch of free DLC on the horizon, it may be time to at least check the game out. Nintendo have been making the news today, mostly due to their new mobile plans, but two of their respective systems ‘killer apps’ are on the cheap. Splatoon, the little game making waves at the expos, is up for £25 at Gameseek. Zavvi currently have Xenoblade Chronicles 3D up for pre-order. Using the code VOUCHC5, customers can order the game for £25.64. That’s a whole lot of game for a decent price.    ...

Get £50 Xbox Live Credit for £43.95

Get £50 Xbox Live Credit for £43.95

Cdkeys.com is currently offering £50 worth of Xbox credit for £43.95.   With the likes of Battlefield: Hardline and Ori and The Blind Forrest, among all the already listed content, £50 can go a long way if used correctly. The credit is not exclusive to video games, it’s also usable with Music,TV shows and films. Liking CDkeys.com on Facebook also earns you a extra 5% off.   CDKeys.com are a reliable site, codes are sent within ten minutes of a purchase.  ...

The Order 1886 On The Cheap, Driveclub & Dark Souls 2 Also Discounted

The Order 1886 On The Cheap, Driveclub & Dark Souls 2 Also Discounted

It’s the end of the working week, and what better way to celebrate than bagging a bargain.   The biggest money saver comes in the form of The Order 1886 over at Xtra-Vision for the price of £33.60 This is a standard PAL copy, no imports like the E-bay sellers are offering. Another PS4 exclusive is available for a cut down price. Driveclub may have had a messy launch, but after a number of patches things are going smoothly. £21.85 is a decent price for a standard, brand new, copy. Alien: Isolation has been steadily decreasing price, especially the Xbox One version, and now the PS4 version has caught up. The Game Collection are currently selling the Nostromo Edition for £18.95 on PS4, a top price for a fantastic game. Dark Souls 2: Scholar of the First Sin marks the much loved franchise’s début on the new generation of system. Game Seek have listed both the PS4 & Xbox One versions for £31.75, with free shipping.    ...

Toukiden: Kiwami Gets A Pre-Release Discount On Vita & PS4

Toukiden: Kiwami Gets A Pre-Release Discount On Vita & PS4

Toukiden: Kiwami isn’t out yet, but that doesn’t mean you can’t save some money on it.   Both the PS4 and Vita version are available, with DLC, for £32.96 using the code POSTABARGAIN Set for a March 27th release, Toukiden: Kiwami is often compared to Capcom’s Monster. With the Vita lacking a entry into the Monster Hunter franchise, Toukiden might just be the game to fill the gap. A demo for Toukiden: Kiwami will be released on both PS4 and the Vita on March 25th. Check out the following gameplay videos and trailers, it might just be the game you didn’t know you were looking for.  ...

The Order 1886 Collector’s Edition Receives Huge Discount

The Order 1886 Collector’s Edition Receives Huge Discount

The Order 1886 may not of been the critical success some may of expected, but sales wise it’s done well. With arguments that the game’s length does not justify the price tag, the recent price reductions may be warmly welcomed.   For £49.99, the price of standard version’s RRP, you can pick up the Blackwater Collector’s Edition. Packed with a copy of the game, a replica of the Knight’s vial pendant, woven coat of arms patches, sticker, artwork, DLC and a fancy case.   This is by far the cheapest this edition has been available at, and when you consider just a copy of the game costs £40 from some stores, it’s not a bad buy.   Standard copies can be found at Base.com for £40, or if you trust E-bay sellers at £29.99 (import)...

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