Best Gaming Deals For This Week Ending 04.19, Featuring Dreams

TODAY: Check out these great gaming deals from across Europe, US, and the rest of the world to help you have the perfect weekend.

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Weekly Deals Roundup

What are ya buyin’?

Stay at home, play games and save lives… sounds good to us! If you are stuck indoors with some family members or roommates, we’ve got a bunch of local multiplayer games that are sure to make your night more much enjoyable.

Our pick of the week for the UK is Dreams for PS4. Why have one game when you can have an infinite amount of games? Dreams gives players the tools they need to create their own game, or if you are lazy you can play all the best games created by the community. This PS4 exclusive is bound to keep players entertained for hours.


Dreams (PS4) £29.99 @ Currys

Hollow Knight (PS4) £14.99 @ Amazon

Rocket League (Nintendo Switch) £7.50 @ Nintendo eShop

Monopoly Deal (Xbox One) £1.59 @ Microsoft Store

Nioh (PS4) £8.99 @ PlayStation Store

Metro Redux (PS4) £6.24 @ PlayStation Store

Lumines Remastered (PS4) £5.99 @ PlayStation Store

Marvel’s Spider-Man (PS4) £15.99 @ PlayStation Store

Snipperclips (Nintendo Switch) £12.59 @ Nintendo eShop

SEGA Mega Drive Classics (Xbox One) £12.49 @ Microsoft Store

Trivial Pursuit Live (Xbox One) £4.79 @ Microsoft Store

LEGO Harry Potter Collection (Xbox One) £17.49 @ Microsoft Store

Capcom Beat ‘Em Up Bundle (PC) £6.80 @ Green Man Gaming

Mad Max (PC) £2.72 @ Green Man Gaming

Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord (PC) £35.19 @ Green Man Gaming

Our standout deal for the US is Overcooked! 2 on the PS4. Whether you are living with a bunch of gamers or all of your friends are online, Overcooked 2 allows you to enjoy the multiplayer no matter what your situation is. Take control of a crazy kitchen and try not to let everything burn!


Overcooked! 2 (PS4) $14.99 @ PlayStation Store US

Kerbal Space Program (PC) $6.99 @ IndieGala

Slay the Spire (Nintendo Switch) $18.74 @ Nintendo eShop US

Sid Meier’s Civilization VI (PC) $17.99 @ Steam

For The King (PC) $7.99 @ Steam

Kingdom Hearts All-In-One Package (PS4) $29.99 @ PlayStation Store US

Days Gone (PS4) $19.99 @ PlayStation Store US

Fallout 3: Game of the Year Edition (PC) $5.99 @ GoG

Fallout: New Vegas Ultimate Edition (PC) $5.99 @ GoG (

Control Digital Deluxe Edition (PS4) $47.99 @ PlayStation Store US

Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic (PC) $3.49 @ GoG

LEGO Marvel Super Heroes 2 (Xbox One) $7.99 @ Microsoft Store

Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 (Xbox One) $8.99 @ Microsoft Store

Dishonored: Complete Collection (PC) $23.99 @ Game Planet

Grand Theft Auto V: Premium Edition (Xbox One) $14.99 @ Microsoft Store

Our stand out deal for the Rest of the World is Sony’s Play at Home promotion where they are giving away two fantastic games. If you live in China or Germany, The Uncharted Collection is replaced with Knack 2, which some may argue is even better than what everyone gets.

Rest of the World

Journey and Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection (PS4) Free @ PlayStation Store

Just Cause 4 & Wheels of Aurelia (PC) Free @ Epic Games Store

The Long Dark, Gato Roboto, and Deliver Us The Moon (Xbox One/PC) £1/$1 for one month on Xbox Game Pass Ultimate/PC @ Microsoft Store

Viveport Infinity (12-month subscription) (PC) £27/$27 @ Viveport Store

Humble 2Ks Game Together Bundle (The Darkness II, Sid Meier’s Pirates!, Carnival Games VR, Spec Ops: The Line) (PC) From £1 @ Humble Bundle Store

Lost Daughter (PC) Free to keep @ Steam

Absolver (PC) Free to play until April 19th @ Steam

Borderlands Game of the Year Enhanced (PC) Free to play until April 23rd @ Steam

Total War: WARHAMMER II (PC) Free to play until April 19th @ Steam

Marble Duel: Sphere-Matching Tactical Fantasy (PC) Free @ IndieGala

Manual Samuel (PC) Free @ Humble Bundle

Die Young: Prologue (PC) Free @ IndieGala

Off-Road Drive (PC) Free @ IndieGala

Northgard (PC) Free to play until April 20th @ Steam

Chronology (PC) Free @ IndieGala

Enjoy your weekend and we’ll see you again next week!

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“Some days you just gotta chuck a walnut over a train.”

Save Your Nuts is easy to giggle at. Not just because of the game’s innuendo-laden title, but also thanks to its wacky gameplay. If you remember the party game genre when it was in its prime, Save Your Nuts keeps in tune to that spirit with a classic party game full of furry friends, jetpacks, and a race against the clock.

The game lets you have up to 8 players, bot or human, and a variety of animals to play as. From dogs that dig faster to speedy squirrels, there’s a lot of different team combinations if you want to strategize (or you can just have everyone play a beaver to cause even more snickering).

The game has three main modes: Capture the Nuts, Battle, and Thieves. Capture the Nuts is what you’d expect from a CTF mode, and Battle is a classic mode where your goal is to pop the enemy team’s balloons. But where the real madness lies is in Thieves mode. While it seems at first to just be Capture the Nut again, the mode starts with all five nuts in the map at once. This might not seem like it would be a big deal, but it causes absolute chaos in the best sense of the word.

What It’s Got:

  • ”Pick Up and Play” Fun
  • Plenty of Maps
  • Wacky Gamemodes
  • Frantic as all hell
  • Local and Online Multiplayer

It’s a mad dash to hold onto your nuts, and it makes it perfect for the type of couch play where you scream at your mates. If you’re craving some party game madness that the recent generation has been lacking, Save Your Nuts has that on April 16th for PC, Xbox One, and (most importantly) the Nintendo Switch for $14.99.

After all, it’s hard to think of a console Save Your Nuts is more perfect for than the local multiplayer-oriented Switch. A demo is available for every platform too if you want to try it before you buy it, so you’ve got nothing to lose.

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Today’s issue was written by Christian Vaz and Jamie Davey.