Best PC gaming deals of the week

I don’t know about you but I’ve spent the past week falling down a pretty serious rogue-lite hole, obsessively playing ‘just one more round’ of Dead Cells over and over, so much that it’s absolutely derailed my progress into Prey. I guess saving the universe will have to wait just a little bit longer. Speaking of saving the universe, we’re back with another roundup of the best PC gaming deals from the past seven or so days, so let’s take a look at what’s been on offer, shall we?

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

Brand new Humble Bundle time again! This time around, it’s the Humble ‘Adult Swim’ Bundle, which gathers together some of the publisher’s best titles of recent years. Not the least of which, you’ll notice, is Frog Fractions 2 if you fancy it. Westerado: Double Barreled and Volgarr The Viking are also definitely worth a look. If you put the cash down for the top tier, you’ll even get a real physical Duck Game plush, too.

Pay what you want:
Small Radios, Big Televisions
Westerado: Double Barreled
Volgarr The Viking

Pay more than the average:
Duck Game
Rise & Shine

Pay $12 (£9.32) or more:
Glittermitten Grove
Rain World
Frog Fractions 2

Pay $25 (£19.42) or more:
Duck Game White Duck Plush (Physical)

Pay what you want for the Humble Adult Swim Bundle

As it has done every week of the year so far, GOG’s change its sale offerings once more. This time, focusing on some of the more obscure adventure titles, including Syberia, Syberia 2 and Agatha Christie’s The ABC Murders.

Some highlights from the range:

Agatha Christie – The ABC Murders for £3.29 / $4.07 / €3.89
Syberia for 79p / 99¢ / 99¢
Syberia 2 for 79p / 99¢ / 99¢
Dracula Trilogy for £1.69 / $1.99 / €1.89
Moto Racer 3 Gold Edition for £2.09 / $2.49 / €2.39
Still Life for £1.69 / $1.99 / €1.89
Still life 2 for £1.69 / $1.99 / €1.89

Weekly Sale from

In some of my favourite news this week, GOG not only announced rather proudly that it is now able to offer a whole slew of classic NeoGeo titles for sale, but also that you can pick up the whole lot of them with 75% off right now.

Metal Slug Bundle – up to 75% off

Metal Slug for £2.49 / $2.99 / €2.89
Metal Slug 2 for £2.49 / $2.99 / €2.89
Metal Slug 3 for £2.49 / $2.99 / €2.89
Metal Slug X for £2.49 / $2.99 / €2.89

Metal Slug Bundle from

Fighting Classics Bundle – up to 75% off

Fatal Fury Special for £2.49 / $2.99 / €2.89
Samurai Shodown II for £2.49 / $2.99 / €2.89
Samurai Shodown V Special for £2.49 / $2.99 / €2.89
The King of Fighters 2000 for £2.49 / $2.99 / €2.89
The King of Fighters 2002 for £2.49 / $2.99 / €2.89
The Last Blade for £2.49 / $2.99 / €2.89

Fighting Classics Bundle from

Arcade Games Bundle – up to 75% off

Blazing Star for £2.49 / $2.99 / €2.89
Baseball Stars 2 for £2.49 / $2.99 / €2.89
Shock Troopers for £2.49 / $2.99 / €2.89
Twinkle Star Sprites for £2.49 / $2.99 / €2.89
King of the Monsters for £2.49 / $2.99 / €2.89

Arcade Games Bundle from

This week’s brand new release of Rising Storm 2: Vietnam sees the Red Orchestra series move into new territory. The game features 64-player online matches and for the week of launch, the Digital Deluxe is currently seeing a 10% discount, bringing the price down to £20.69 / $26.99 / €25.19 for the next few days. Time to get the Creedance Clearwater Revival out.

Rising Storm 2: Vietnam Digital Deluxe on PC (Steam) for £20.69 / $26.99 / €25.19 from Humble Store

Once more into the Humble breach, my friends. This time, to take a look at the just-updated range of Sonic The Hedghog titles that are all up to 75% off for a limited time. This includes the superb original Sonic games for chump change as well as some of the more questionable titles in the franchise. Also, for no apparent reason, the original two ToeJam & Earl games are thrown in for 99p / $1.24 / €1.12 each, although I’m certainly not going to complain about another excuse to visit Funkotron.

Some of what’s on offer:

Sonic the Hedgehog for 99p / $1.24 / €1.12
Sonic the Hedgehog 2 for 99p / $1.24 / €1.12
Sonic 3 and Knuckles for 99p / $1.24 / €1.12
Sonic Generations for £3.74 / $4.99 / €4.99
Sonic and Sega All-Stars Racing Transformed for £3.74 / $4.99 / €4.99
Sonic Mania for £13.49 / $17.99 / €17.99

Up to 75% off Sonic games from Humble Store

UK Deals

It’s not every day that a decent PC monitor gets a £50 discount, so it’s worth noting that over at Ebuyer, you can pick up this 27-inch Asus IPS frameless 1080p monitor for £149.98, which coincidentally is the lowest price it’s been available for so far.

Asus VC279H 27-inch IPS frameless monitor for £149.98 from Ebuyer

US Deals

If you’re planning on building a new gaming PC or just happen to have a big ol’ stack of cash hanging around, you could throw it directly at a brand new graphics card, if you like. At NewEgg’s eBay outlet, you can pick up the monstrously powerful GeForce GTX 1080 Ti 11GB graphics card with $65 off at the moment. That still means it’ll run you a mean $634.99 but hey, at least the delivery is free.

GIGABYTE GeForce GTX 1080 Ti 11GB graphics card for $634.99 from NewEgg via eBay

Okay, 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.

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    zinzan says:

    Errrmmm link for ASUS monitor at eBuyer shows it at £179 – sold out already or sale not started yet?

    • Tartrazine says:

      True that, though as I’d have been sorely tempted to buy it RPS has actually managed to save me £150.

      In a round a bout way.

      That’s what I call a bargain.

    • mike2R says:

      I wonder if it might be a miscommunication somewhere – £149.99 + vat would be the £179.99 price currently being displayed.

      Hope not – I’m very tempted if it does drop to the lower price.

  2. Oddzelot says:

    Just another addition. Fallout 3, New Vegas,tes oblivion and MORROWIND made it to Drm -Free. On sale , Morrowind for a reasonable price (3.75$) the others for 10$ each.

  3. Turkey says:

    I’m getting a new-ish gaming laptop in the mail today. Are there any big AAA games going for cheap that I need to check out this weekend?

    I’ve had the same specs since 2012, so I haven’t been able to play any demanding games above the level of Skyrim on like medium settings.

  4. titanomaquis says:

    Do yourselves a favor and pick up Sonic and All Stars Racing Transformed from the humble sale. It is by no means “questionable.” I know that the author wasn’t talking about this specific title when he said that. It is the best Kart racer i’ve ever played, and if you get frustrated with the intense rubber banding of Mario Kart, you don’t have to deal with that much in SaAS:RT. It is very fair and has a great learning curve. Don’t hesitate!

  5. Ushao says:

    Seeing The Last Blade getting featured in a sale makes me so happy. It’s genuinely one of my favorite fighters of all time. Here’s hoping LB2 gets some love in the future too.

  6. Drib says:

    Eh, $65 off of the 1080Ti is cute and all. It’s roughly 10% I guess. But man, it’s still like $650.

    I just don’t know if it’s justifiable if I’m already using a GTX 970.

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      Nauallis says:

      Probably it isn’t. I’m using the same spec (at 4GB), and none of the new GPUs released in the last 18 months or so really justify the increase in cost compared to the improvement of graphics. On the other hand, I’m using neither a 4k monitor nor an ultrawide.

      • Drib says:

        Yeah, my framerate never really drops below about 30 even in brand new stuff. May as well wait a while before upgrading I suppose.

  7. Imperialist says:

    The problem id figure youd run into with the 11GB 1080ti is that i feel like by the time you need something with that much VRAM, you already need a new card. 3 years ago when we saw the first 8GB cards, 4GB was the basically the absolute max anything would use. Then 8GB cards become common-ish and now its at 11/12GB. Its a neverending doomcycle. A ladder to heaven that merely gets higher and higher by the minute.