Holy Pac-Man, have you seen these savings?! Quite often gamers find their love to play hampered by life’s more-pressing fees to pay. Luckily, also quite often is the appearance of game deals. With the break still on and today being (swear I haven’t heard this one before) Public Sleeping Day, get your wallets out and own these notable discounts right now.
Don’t worry: Since our mantra is “make love, not (console) war,” we have scanned for the best sales in the PlayStation Store and the Xbox Marketplace and Steam.
The US PlayStation Store has some major games in its (aptly named) Great Indoors Sale, which ends Mar. 27. Remember, you can save some more with a PS Plus subscription.
Bioshock: The Collection — originally $60, currently $25.79
(w/o PS Plus)
Dishonored 2 — $40, $24
Grand Theft Auto V — $60, $36
The Last Guardian — $40, $22
Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End — $40, $20
One jaw-dropping deal not in this sale (but in the All Deals section) is DmC Devil May Cry Ultimate Edition for $20.24—or a 70-percent reduction. That’s some SSS stuff right there! The Xbox Marketplace has some major price-slashes off some big-name titles, too. Act fast, though, as prices return to normal on Mar. 19. Check Major Nelson’s blog to see which deals are only for Xbox Live Gold members (those listed here will be marked with a “!”)
(!) Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Digital Pro Edition — $100, $20
(!) Call of Duty: Ghosts — $60, $20
(!) Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare — $60, $30
RIME — $30, $18
Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus — $60, $30
Interestingly, Bethesda’s Nazi-vanquishing actioner is also on sale over at the PS Store. Competition much? Now here’s the motherlode: Steam’s Weeklong Deals. The games listed will stay wallet-friendly before Mar. 19.
Flatout: Ultimate Carnage — $20, $5
Outland — $10, $2
SEUM: Speedrunners from Hell — $15, $4.49
The Witness + Braid — $55, $36
Wuppo Ultimate Edition — $32, $18
A fascination with 70-percent discount is also happening for the engineering-friendly Poly Bridge, the Daily Deal that’s now only $3.59 (originally $12).
So so so, which one will you pick? Personally, I’ll kindly go back and see if the state of things in Rapture and Columbia has improved…