Gaming Deals: All the Best Deals for the Weekend Featuring BioShock & Borderlands – 08.22

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

Weekend Gaming Deals

What are ya buyin’?

Whether you’re hoping to kickstart your weekend with AAA heavy hitters, or spend your lazy Sunday afternoon catching up on some Indie masterpieces, we’ve got a broad selection of games for you to sink your teeth into. Hop into voice chat with your squad for some multiplayer madness, or settle into a quiet single-player experience. The choice is yours, we’re just here to save you some pennies.

Our top UK deal is BioShock: The Collection + Borderlands Collection for the Nintendo Switch. For just under £50, this bundle contains 6 of 2K’s best games, ready to play in both handheld and on your TV. These ports aren’t skimping on any features, as Borderlands contains the local co-op split-screen mode that fans know and love.


BioShock: The Collection + Borderlands Collection (Nintendo Switch) £49.99 @ Amazon

Luigi’s Mansion 3 (Nintendo Switch) £33.29 @ Nintendo eShop

Yoshi’s Crafted World (Nintendo Switch) £33.29 @ Nintendo eShop

Divinity: Original Sin 2 – Definitive Edition (Nintendo Switch) £31.49 @ Nintendo eShop

Overwatch: Legendary Edition (Nintendo Switch) £17.99 @ Nintendo eShop

Battlefield V & UFC 3 Bundle (PS4) £14.99 @ PlayStation Store

Need For Speed, PvZ: GW2 & Unravel Bundle (PS4) £6.99 @ PlayStation Store

Monopoly, Boggle, Trivial Pursuit & Risk Bundle (PS4) £7.49 @ PlayStation Store

Lonely Mountains: Downhill (PS4) £11.99 @ PlayStation Store

Titan Quest (PS4/Xbox One) £6.95 @ The Game Collection

Bulletstorm: Full Clip Edition (Xbox One) £6.47 @ Microsoft Store

Just Cause 4 – Complete Edition (Xbox One) £21.99 @ Microsoft Store

Lego Marvel’s Avengers (Xbox One) £15.99 @ Microsoft Store

Plants vs. Zombies: Battle for Neighborville (Xbox One) £17.49 @ Microsoft Store

Our pick of the week for the US is WHAT THE GOLF? on the Nintendo Switch. There are many people in the world who find golf to be, well, boring. WHAT THE GOLF? takes the concept of golf and makes it much more fun than it has any right to be. On sale for just $14.99, this might be the first golf game that anyone can enjoy.


What The Golf? (Nintendo Switch) $14.99 @ Nintendo eShop US

Superliminal (Nintendo Switch) $16.00 @ Nintendo eShop US

Dead Cells (Nintendo Switch) $14.99 @ Nintendo eShop US

Exit the Gungeon (Nintendo Switch) $6.99 @ Nintendo eShop US

Ori and the Blind Forest: Definitive Edition (Nintendo Switch) $13.99 @ Nintendo eShop US

Hotline Miami Collection (Nintendo Switch) $8.74 @ Nintendo eShop US

Quantum Break (Xbox One) $9.99 @ Microsoft Store US

Bayonetta & Vanquish 10th Anniversary Bundle (Xbox One) $27.99 @ Microsoft Store US

Yooka-Laylee (Xbox One) $9.99 @ Microsoft Store US

Resident Evil 7 Gold Edition (Xbox One/PC) $19.99 @ Microsoft Store US

Metro Exodus (PC) $17.99 @ Microsoft Store US

Rogue Legacy 2 (PC) $17.99 @ Steam

We Happy Few Digital Deluxe Edition (PS4) $15.99 @ PlayStation Store US

Castlevania Anniversary Collection (PS4) $6.99 @ PlayStation Store US

Totally Reliable Delivery Service Deluxe Edition (PS4) $14.39 @ PlayStation Store US

Soul Calibur VI (PS4) $14.99 @ PlayStation Store US


Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1 & 2 Preorder (PS4) $49.00 @ Mighty Ape

Skater XL (PS4) $69.00 @ Mighty Ape

Dr Kawashima’s Brain Training (Nintendo Switch) $49.00 @ Catch AU

Mario Kart 8 (Nintendo Switch) $63.00 @ Catch AU

Xenoblade Chronicles: Definitive Edition (Nintendo Switch) $67.00 @ Catch AU


No Man’s Sky (PC) £19.98 @ Game Billet

IL-2 Sturmovik: Battle of Stalingrad (PC) £5.99 @ Steam

Thumper (PC) £4.79 @ Steam

Doctor Who: The Edge of Time (PSVR) £12.85 @ Base

Doom VFR (PSVR) £5.99 @ PlayStation Store

Xbox Game Pass continues to serve up the hottest releases, including the one and only Microsoft Flight Simulator. If you’ve wanted to give the flight sim a try but have been reluctant to throw down £50/$60, you can give the PC Game Pass trial a whirl for just £1/$1 to see what all the fuss is about.

Rest of the World

Microsoft Flight Simulator, Battletoads & SpiritFarer (Xbox One/PC) £1/$1 for one month on Xbox Game Pass Ultimate/PC @ Microsoft Store

Enter the Gungeon & God’s Trigger (PC) Free @ Epic Games Store

Portal Knights, Override: Mech City Brawl, MX Unleashed and Red Faction II (Xbox One) Free* for Xbox Live Gold and Xbox Game Pass Ultimate members @ Microsoft Store

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Campaign Remastered & Fall Guys (PS4) Free* for PS Plus members throughout August @ PlayStation Plus

Hitman Sale (PC) 75% off @ Humble Bundle

Humble Killing Floor Bundle (PC) $1 @ Humble Bundle

Bioshock Sale (PC) 75% off @ Humble Bundle

Asmodee Sale (PC) 75% off @ Humble Bundle

Fjords (PC) Free to keep @

Totem (PC) Free to keep @

Theatre of War 2: Centauro (PC) Free to keep @

Devolverland Expo (PC) Free @ Steam

Team Fortress 2 (PC) Free to play @ Steam

DOTA 2 (PC) Free to play @ Steam

Lost (PC VR) Free @ Oculus

Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (PC) Free to play @ Steam

Hopefully you’ve got enough change for a cheeky takeaway after adding these great games to your collection. Who wants to cook when there are this many games that need playing?

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