What are ya buyin'?
If you are stuck at home with nothing to do, why not take a look at this list of the best bargains available right now. We’ve got some of the best deals anywhere, no matter where you are located in the world.
Our pick of the week for the UK is Star Wars Jedi: The Fallen Order for Xbox One. At only £20, you can purchase one of the best games of 2019 and you won’t have to wait to play it as it’s a download code. Sorted.
Star Wars Jedi: The Fallen Order (Xbox One) £19.85 @ ShopTo
Dreams (PS4) £29.99 @ Currys
Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Rescue Team DX (Nintendo Switch) £37.99 @ Currys
Wargroove: Deluxe Edition (Nintendo Switch) £17.85 @ Base
Sniper Elite V2 Remastered (Xbox One/PS4) £15.85 @ Base
Guacamelee! Super Turbo Championship Edition (Nintendo Switch) £4.79 @ Nintendo eShop
Anthem (PS4) £4 @ Amazon
Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night (PS4) £15.95 @ The Game Collection
Tropico 6 (Xbox One/PS4) £19.99 @ Game
Medievil (PS4) £16.85 @ Base
Assassin’s Creed Origins (Xbox One/PS4) £10 @ Amazon
Nintendo Switch Lite + Screen Protector (Nintendo Switch) £159.99 @ Game
Trials Fusion The Awesome Max Edition (Xbox One) £5.99 @ 365Games
Overcooked: Special Edition (Nintendo Switch) £6.11 @ Nintendo eShop
Strange Brigade (Xbox One/PS4) £5.85 @ Base
Our standout deal for the US is a digital copy of Super Mario Maker 2. As some of you may know, Nintendo is incredibly stingy when it comes to discounting their games. At $39.99, you can get the ultimate Mario experience to play on the go or docked at home.
Super Mario Maker 2 (Digital Download) (Nintendo Switch) $39.99 @ Target
Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy (Nintendo Switch) $14.99 @ Nintendo eShop US
Planet Zoo (PC) $32.99 @ Chrono.GG
FIFA 20 (Xbox One) $25 @ Walmart
Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games: Tokyo 2020 (Nintendo Switch) $35 @ Walmart
Need for Speed Heat (PS4) $39.88 @ Walmart
The Division 2 – Warlords of New York – Ultimate Edition (Xbox One) $59.99 @ Microsoft Store US
LEGO Marvel Super Heroes 2 (Xbox One) $7.99 @ Microsoft Store US
Just Dance 2020 (Nintendo Switch) $34.94 @ Amazon US
Doom Eternal (Preorder) (Xbox One/PS4) $49.94 @ Amazon US
NBA 2K20 (Xbox One) $29.95 @ Amazon US
Metro Exodus Day One Edition (PS4) $29.99 @ Best Buy
The Town of Light (PS4) $2.99 @ PlayStation Store US
Rogue Legacy (PS4) $3.39 @ PlayStation Store US
Amnesia: Collection (PS4) $5.99 @ PlayStation Store US
Microsoft’s Xbox Game Pass added Ori and the Will of the Wisps to the library this month. If you haven’t already looked at the review scores, the game will undoubtedly end up on some game of the year lists. For that reason, it is our stand out deal for the Rest of the World.
Rest of the World
Ori and the Will of the Wisps (Xbox One/PC) £1/$1 for one month on Xbox Game Pass Ultimate/PC @ Microsoft Store
A Short Hike, Mutazione and Anodyne 2: Return to Dust (PC) Free @ Epic Games Store
Call of Duty: Warzone (PC/Xbox One/PS4) Free @ Activision
Flight Unlimited Las Vegas (PC) Free @ Microsoft Store
ANNO 1800 (PC) Free* until March 15th @ Ubisoft
Doodle God (PC) Free @ Indie Gala
Ultimate Epic Battle Simulator (PC) 2.49 EUR @ Steam
Command & Conquer™ Remastered Collection (PC) 19.99 EUR @ Steam
Borderlands 3 (PC) 29.99 EUR @ Steam
Rage 2 (PS4) 19.98 EUR @ Amazon.DE
Mirror’s Edge Catalyst (PS4) 8.11 EUR @ Amazon.DE
Sea of Solitude (PS4) 12.99 EUR @ PlayStation Store Germany
11-11 Memories Retold (PS4) 9.99 EUR @ PlayStation Store Germany
DiRT 4 (PC) 6.29 EUR @ Steam
SOMA (PC) 2.79 EUR @ Steam
Enjoy these deals, gamers. We hope you manage to pick up something from this list, and if not, have a great weekend anyway!
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Today’s issue was written by Christian Vaz and Jamie Davey.