While the rest of the internet is all in a bit of a kerfuffle over some new console, we’re here one more time to check out a whole host of PC gaming discounts, offers and otherwise nicey nice things. Let’s begin, shall we? As usual, we’ve got deals that’ll work in the UK, deals that’ll work in the US and some deals that will work in both the UK and US, as well as presumably many other places.
UK & US Deals
This weekend, the slightly manic faux-ninja puzzle platformer that is N++ (which, incidentally is incredibly difficult to Google) is down to its lowest ever price over on Steam. For the next day or two, you can pick the game up for £5.49 / $7.49.
Speaking of slightly manic games, the manga-tastic God Eater 2: Rage Burst is on offer on Steam with 60% off at the moment, bringing the price down to £15.99 / $19.99 for a limited time. If high-octane anime styled hack and slash madness is your kind of thing, it’s probably worth checking this one out. As a nice little bonus, you’ll get a copy of the original God Eater as well when you buy.
Yet another weekend deal. This time on the Steam Link and Controller which I will diplomatically call ‘divisive’. However you land opinion-wise on either of these fancy Valve-made devices, you can pick either of them up with an extra discount this weekend. In the UK, GAME is offering up the Steam Controller for £27.99 and the Steam Link for £15.99 until March 1st. In the US, you can grab a Link for $20, a Controller for $35 or a bundle of the two for $55 while stock lasts.
Hey, that Mass Effect Andromeda game is out in a matter of weeks and with the recent announcement of potentially habitable planets a few light years away, EA probably couldn’t have asked for a better marketing tie-in. If all this has made you space-mad again, you may want to pick up the Mass Effect Trilogy as an Origin key for £8.49 / $10.56 / €9.99.
Hitman, one of this writer’s definite favourite games of last year, finished up its season recently and made its way onto store shelves in a fancy boxed steelbook form. If that sounds like your kind of thing and you don’t already own Hitman yet, you can grab a copy from Amazon UK currently with an extra discount – down to £26.95.
If that initial Battlefield 1 trailer featuring a remixed White Stripes song didn’t seal the deal for you, perhaps a bit of a discount with do it. It’s currently available in an ultimately redundant code-in-a-box format for £27.99.
Why let Nintendo Switch owners have all the cow milking fun when you can grab a copy of Farming Simulator 17 and get in on the action yourself? It’s currently on offer over at Amazon UK, down to £17.14.
In terms of gaming mice/mouses/meeces, Logitech has made a bit of a name for itself over the past few years. The G602 is a wireless gaming mouse and one of the company’s most highly-regarded PC peripheral thingys. It’s currently reduced on Amazon US, down to $39.99 right now.
In some universe out there, you never bought a copy of Bioshock Infinite and never played that game to completion. If that universe happens to be the one you currently exist in, you can fix that with a $6 Steam key from Amazon US today.
With that, we’re done for another week. Keep in mind that deals, prices and availability can change at the drop of a hat, so apologies if you miss out on something you wanted. I’ll be over at Jelly Deals, scouring the world wide web for more deals. Feel free to visit, or follow us on Twitter and give us a like on Facebook.