Best PC gaming deals of the week

If you’re not already exhausted looking at deals thanks to Amazon’s Prime Day blowout sale earlier in the week, we’ve got a smaller batch of offers from around the web to showcase, so let’s get right to that.

UK & US Deals

GOG’s Weekly Sale but mostly an excuse to buy SWAT 4

GOG’s back once again with a brand new set of offers in the site’s weekly sale range. This time, however, you can pick up SWAT 4. Sure, there are a bunch of other titles featured, like Phantasmagoria, Space Quest, Gabriel Knight, Zork and even Codename: ICEMAN but trust me, you really need to get SWAT 4. Also Gun, if you fancy a laugh.

Some highlights:

SWAT 4: Gold Edition for £5.99 / $7.49 / €6.99
Gabriel Knight: Sins of the Fathers for £1.19 / $1.49 / €1.39
Phantasmagoria for £1.99 / $2.49 / €2.29
King’s Quest 1-3 for £2.59 / $3.33 / €2.99
King’s Quest 4-6 for £2.59 / $3.33 / €2.99
King’s Quest 7 and 8 for £2.59 / $3.33 / €2.99
Codename: ICEMAN for £3.59 / $4.49 / €4.19
Interstate 82 for £1.59 / $1.99 / €1.79
SWAT 3: Game of the Year Edition for £1.99 / $2.49 / €2.29
Vampire: The Masquerade Redemption for £1.19 / $1.49 / €1.39

Up to 80% off in GOG.com Weekly Sale

Humble Capcom Rising Bundle

The latest and greatest Humble Bundle for this week involves a heavy dose of Capcom games. Specifically, the Dead Rising series, the Resident Evil series and just a pinch of Devil May Cry. Pay more than the average and you’ll also get discount vouchers for Resident Evil 7, Street Fighter 5 and Dead Rising 4, which is nice.

Pay $1 or more
Strider
Umbrella Corps
DmC: Devil May Cry

Pay more than the average
Umbrella Corps Deluxe Edition Upgrade
Dead Rising 2: Off the Record
Resident Evil HD Remaster
Resident Evil 0 HD Remaster
Resident Evil 6

Pay $12 or more
Dead Rising 2
Dead Rising 3: Apocalypse Edition

Protip, this bundle means you can get both Strider and Ninja Theory’s take on Devil May Cry for $1, which is something you absolutely should do.

Pay what you want for the Humble Capcom Rising Bundle

Big discounts on Oculus Rift

In case you missed the news earlier in the week, the Oculus Rift is seeing a temporary price cut for the next few weeks or until stock is depleted. What this means for the company is up for debate but what it means for you is that you can pick up an Oculus Rift along with its fancy Touch controllers for under £400 / $400 for a limited time.

Oculus Rift and Touch controller bundle for £399.99 from Amazon UK
Oculus Rift and Touch controller bundle for $399.99 from Amazon US

If Amazon is out of stock, you can also try here:
Oculus Rift and Touch controller bundle for £398.99 from Currys PC World
Oculus Rift and Touch controller bundle for $399 from Best Buy

UK Deals

£120 off an iPad Pro

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While the stock of this one is slipping away swiftly, at the time of writing, you can save £120 off the cost of an Apple iPad Pro 9.7-inch 256GB model over at John Lewis. Stock has been shifting and some colour variants are selling out quicker but if this sounds like your kind of thing, it’s worth a look.

iPad Pro 9.7-inch 256GB WiFi for £549 from John Lewis

Gaming Monitors with up to £50 off

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This week, for some reason, seems to have been the week that gaming monitors went on sale. Mostly of the Ultrawide variety, too. Not quite sure what’s special about July and gaming monitors but if you’re in the market for one, these are relatively dirt cheap at the moment.

Firstly, there’s a pair of LG Ultrawide monitors with around £50 off each, bringing the prices down to £130 for a 25-inch model or £170 for a 29-inch model.

LG 25UM58 25-inch Ultrawide monitor for £129.99 from Ebuyer
LG 29UM68 29-inch Ultrawide monitor for £169.97 from Currys PC World

Then there’s the non-ultrawide but super responsive Acer Predator 24-inch monitor, which features a 144Hz refresh rate. That one’s down to £170.

Acer Predator GN246HL 24″ LED Gaming 144Hz Monitor for £169.97 from Ebuyer

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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6 Comments

  1. Da5e says:

    How nicely does the Steam Link play with ultrawide monitors, if my main display is 16:9? I wouldn’t mind sticking a 21:9 monitor in the bedroom to play pointy-clicky games on, as trying those on the 65″ telly in my living room makes me feel physically ill.

    • DevilishEggs says:

      I got a Steam Link a couple weeks and have been tinkering with it … I have to say its greatest strength seems to be adapting to what you plug into it, or plug it into, be that displays or peripherals. It treats the TV like another another (cloned? I think) monitor, so if your video card can handle another aspect ratio, I think it should be fine. The difficult part for me has been finagling no-stutter or no-hitch performance out of action games … I still get some blips in those with my ancient, feeble wifi router (I use one over-air connection). I’ve had the most fun on my Wadjet backlog as point and click does seem like a good fit.

  2. AngoraFish says:

    Bundle Stars has one of the best bundles I have seen outside of Humble for a long time, Killer Bundle X. Includes The Flame in the Flood, Warhammer 40,000: Regicide and VoidExpanse, plus 7 more for US$4.99. The price for the whole bundle is lower than the best ever sale price for The Flame in the Flood alone, and most of the included games are new to bundle so you’re unlikely to get many duplicates.

    • contractcooker says:

      Thanks for the heads up on this great bundle!

    • Targaff says:

      This is easily the best bundle out there at the moment (well, ignoring $1 for DmC as mentioned in the article). Human Fall Flat and Aarklash deserve a namecheck as well.

  3. malkav11 says:

    Dunno that I’d call Prime Day a “blowout”. A massive smoke cloud over nothing much, more like.