It’s the weekend, ladies and gents, so that means lots of gaming will be done by stressed out workers across the lands. Maybe some of them need a new game to play this weekend? Maybe they missed out on a couple of games a while back and completely forgot they even existed? We don’t care, we just want to tell you that there’s a few deals worth knowing about.
For the UK/European players there’s a decent discount on the PS4 edition of Konami’s lauded Metal Gear Solid: V The Phantom Pain. Instead of costing a hefty £54.99, you’ll only pay £24.99. It’s probably still cheaper to look online for a used copy, but if you can’t wait then it’s not a totally awful deal.
FIFA 16 and FIFA 16 Deluxe Edition have also been discounted on PS4 with the former now down to £19.99 and the latter down to £29.99. Not a bad offer, go and get your Jose Mourinho outfit on and guide Manchester United back to their glory days.
North American players haven’t got it so good unfortunately, but there’s still a few discounts. Kung Fu Panda Showdown of Legendary Legends has dropped to $29.99 on PS4 and $19.99 on PS3. Then there’s Monster High: New Ghoul in School on the last-gen machine that’s also down to $19.99. PS Plus members can get an extra cheeky discount on Whitetail Challenge on PS3 which has been knocked down to $9.99, though Plus members need only pay $4.99.
And finally, Dungeons 2 on PS4 has had a tenner knocked off its price which brings it down to $49.99. Not amazing, but we’re sure some will appreciate the savings, even if they are a little skimpy.
So, anything take your fancy, or is it down to the local playground to play on the swings instead?
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Chris has been writing about gaming news for far too long, and now he’s doing it even more. A true PlayStation know-it-all, Chris has owned just about every Sony console that ever existed. Trophies are like crack to this fella. (Bronze trophies, that is – he only has one Platinum.)