Best PC gaming deals of the week

I’m back after a week off and just as you may have thought, there’s a metric ton of deals to go through. This week there’s a whole lot of digital download discounts from places like Humble and GOG, some cracking hardware deals, a gorgeous soundtrack collection and loads more. As always, 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. Let’s get started.

UK & US Deals

Indie Mega Week sale from Humble

We begin with one of the Humble Store’s biggest sale ranges on a whole batch of indie gems. Head over to the sale during the Indie Mega Week sale (which, as you may expect, ends this week) and you can pick up some absolute classics for some very cheap prices. Here are some of the highlights:

Darkest Dungeon for £7.59 / $9.99 / €8.79
Dead Cells for £11.89 / $14.44 / €14.44
Superhot for £11.99 / $14.99 / €13.19
American Truck Simulator for £7.49 / $9.99 / €9.99
Kerbal Space Program for £14.99 / $19.99 / €19.99
Rocket League for £8.99 / $11.99 / €11.99
ABZU for £11.24 / $14.99 / €14.99
Northgard for £12.74 / $16.99 / €16.99
Enter the Gungeon for £5.49 / $7.49 / €7.49
Game Dev Tycoon for £2.79 / $3.99 / €3.99
Inside for £8.99 / $11.99 / €11.99
Axiom Verge for £7.49 / $9.99 / €8.99
911 Operator for £7.14 / $9.74 / €9.74
Virginia for £1.74 / $2.49 / €2.49
Papers, Please for £3.99 / $4.99 / €4.49
Downwell for 65p / 98¢ / €0.98
SOMA for £6.89 / $8.99 / €8.39

Indie Mega Week Sale from Humble Store


Interplay Staycation sale from

You may have to be above a certain age for the mere mention of Earthworm Jim to be mildly exciting but if you’re one of those people, just know that you can pick up both original Jim games for £3.09 / $3.99 right now. That’s just the tip of the ‘good deals’ iceberg for GOG, though, since there’s a host of other Interplay classics up for grabs, too.


Earthworm Jim 1 & 2 for £3.09 / $3.99 / €3.59
Jagged Alliance 2: Unfinished Business for £1.89 / £2.39 / €2.19
MDK for £1.89 / £2.39 / €2.19
MDK 2 for £1.89 / £2.39 / €2.19
Kingpin: Life of Crime for £3.09 / $3.99 / €3.59
Star Trek Starfleet Academy for £1.89 / £2.39 / €2.19
Giants: Citizen Kabuto for £3.09 / $3.99 / €3.59

Interplay Staycation Sale from

Humble Saints Row Bundle

There’s a brand new bundle on offer over at Humble filled with some of Deep Silver’s finest wares. While the official bundle name might be the ‘Humble Saints Row Bundle’, this one does in fact feature games like Homefront: The Revolution, Deadlight, Risen 3, Killer is Dead and, for better or worse, Mighty No. 9. If you decide to drop a ludicrous $75 on the bundle, you’ll get Agents of Mayhem too, if you like.

Pay $1 or more
Risen 3: Titan Lords Complete Edition
Deadlight: Director’s Cut
Saints Row 2

Pay more than the average
Saints Row The Third
Saints Row: Gat out of Hell
Mighty No. 9
Killer is Dead Nightmare Edition
More to unlock soon

Pay $15 (£12) or more
Homefront: The Revolution
Saints Row IV: Game of the Century Edition
Saints Row The Third: The Full Package
Saints Row: Gat out of Hell Devil’s Workshop Pack

Pay $75 or more
Agents of Mayhem

Pay what you want for the Humble Saints Row Bundle

Green Man Gaming’s Summer Sale

It’s time for the Green Man Gaming Summer Sale! For a limited time, you can use the code SUMMER2017 during checkout to get an extra 15% off your overall basket spend and some bonus offers on some of the site’s Flash Deals, which are set to change every few hours.

Here’s some of what you can grab from the Summer Sale currently – these are all shown in GBP, but your local currency should work out roughly the same:

Trials Fusion for £5.44
The Evil Within for £3.75
Dead Rising 4 for £20
Bully for £3.32
Watch Dogs 2 for £22.50
Bioshock The Collection for £13.20
Alan Wake’s American Nightmare for £3.50
Resident Evil 7 for £23.99
DmC: Devil May Cry for £5.70
Metro Redux Bundle for £6.25
LA Noire Complete Edition for £7.12
Batman Arkham Knight for £6.08
Sleeping Dogs Definitive Edition for £5

Summer Sale from Green Man Gaming’s Weekly Sale & Double Fine discounts

Back to GOG for a second, since the site is not only offering almost every Wadjet Eye Games point-and-click adventure for dirt cheap prices as a part of its Weekly Sale but is also taking up to 80% off some of Double Fine’s best games, including Grim Fandango Remastered, Full Throttle Remastered and Broken Age, among others.

Up to 85% off the weekly sale from
Up to 80% off Double Fine games from

Weekend offers from GamesPlanet

GamesPlanet is putting out some offers for just this weekend which include a PC copy of Dark Souls 3 for only £15.99, WRC 5 for £11.99, Mini Metro for £4.89 and much more. Head on over to the link below to check out the full range.

Some of what’s there:
Dark Souls 3 for £15.99
Dark Souls 2 Scholar of the First Sin for £8.99
Project CARS for £7.95
Mini Metro for £4.89
WRC 5 for £11.99
The Next Penelope for £2.49

Weekend offers from GamesPlanet

UK Deals


Up to £20 off tech from Tesco Direct

Tesco Direct’s tech discount vouchers are back! These things tend to show up every few months and offer £5, £10 and £20 off a range of tech and gadgets available from Tesco’s website. Using one of the below codes, you can save some cash on a big purchase. Yes, by the way, that does include this being the only way to get a Nintendo Switch for under £260.

Here’s some of what you can pick up:

Save £20 on a £150+ spend using code TDX-WPJC
Sharp 49 inch Full HD TV for £279
HP 14-inch quad core laptop for £179
iPad 9.7 inch Space Grey for £319
iPad Pro 12.9-inch for £839
£20 off £150 range

Save £10 on a £75+ spend using code TDX-PLNX
Fitbit Charge 2 Fitness Tracker for £99
Samsung Galaxy Tab for £79
Microsoft Office Lifetime license for £79
Amazon Fire TV with 4K Ultra HD for £59
£10 off £75 range

Save £5 on a £35+ spend using code TDX-MVPW
Canon MG3650 all-in-one printer for £34
KitSound Slam Portable Bluetooth Speaker for £30
Fire 7 Tablet for £44
Amazon Echo Dot for £44
Amazon Fire TV Stick for £34.95

These vouchers expire on Sunday, so be quick if you want to grab something.

Save up to £20 on tech with vouchers from Tesco Direct


£1.99 digital movie rentals with Amazon Prime

Movies are quite nice most of the time. If you’re not too fussed about keeping movies and you’d like to catch one of the most recent releases while spending as little as possible, you can head to Amazon UK at the moment. There, Prime members are currently able to rent one of a selected bunch of new release movies digitally for just £1.99 each. The range includes Kong: Skull Island, Get Out, Logan and more.

Rent and stream brand new movies for £1.99 with Prime from Amazon UK


£150 off an MSI gaming laptop

Looking to get yourself a fancy new gaming laptop and are quite fond of saving some money? Even more fond of free backpacks? Then you’re going to want to head over to Ebuyer today since you can get a free backpack along with a nice £150 discount on this MSI GL62 15.6-inch gaming laptop. Did I mention the backpack was free?

MSI GL62 15.6-inch gaming laptop for £599.98 with free backpack from Ebuyer

US Deals


Dark Souls Vinyl Soundtracks

Following the recent trend of putting every video game soundtrack in existence onto some form of fancy vinyl, the latest collector’s LP set comes in the form of the extra moody soundtracks to all three Dark Souls games. These sets will cost you $34.99 each and are available exclusively from ThinkGeek for the time being.

Dark Souls Exclusive Double LP Vinyl Soundtracks for $34.99 from ThinkGeek


$150 off a Surface Pro 4

Whatever your use case actually would be for a tablet/laptop hybrid thing, a Microsoft Surface Pro 4 is a nice little device that you can take with you wherever you go. Right now, you can also save $150 off the price of one of these things by going directly through Microsoft’s own online store. That discount is available on the i5 model, too, which is nice.

Save $150 on a Microsoft Surface Pro 4 tablet from Microsoft Store

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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  1. Bull0 says:

    Get Out is very good. Tense, intriguing, quite scary, and really funny in places.

    Arkham Knight for six quid seems like a pretty good deal! Don’t have that one yet

  2. The First Door says:

    Just flagging up that Just Cause 3 is on sale for 75% for the next 7 hours or so at £12ish for the XL version with all the Air/land/sea DLC stuff. Picked it up last night to give the new multiplayer thingy a try, so hopefully it’ll actually download sometime this week.

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    DuncUK says:

    I second the recommendation for Get Out… a great mixture of social commentary on white middle class racism and traditional horror tropes.

    • Vandelay says:

      Thirded. One of the best horror films in years, certainly when it comes to mainstream fare. It lacks a bit in the scares, but on virtually every other level it is a success.

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    DelrueOfDetroit says:

    Jamie, I think you put some pound symbols where there should be dollar signs.

    The Evil Within is an absolute steal at that price.

    Those Dark Souls vinyls look like very nice things you’ll listen to once and then never again.

    • SqueekyMcClean says:

      In my case I’d use the vinyls as decoration. Put them in a nice big picture frame and you have a great thing to put on your wall.

  5. harvb says:

    Genuine question without trying to sound like I punch babies.

    I really didn’t like Dark Souls 1 on PC, I didn’t really get it, found it awful to control and thought it was a huge waste of time and effort.

    Is it worth me even considering 2 and 3? Have they improved it, refined it, etc for PC or should I just move along?

    • Koozer says:

      If you found nothing of merit in Dark Souls 1 then don’t bother with 2 or 3. The changes are probably not big enough to significantly change your opinion.

    • malkav11 says:

      The PC ports are definitely better for 2 and 3, but if you didn’t find any reason to persist with 1 (and you were playing with a gamepad – the game really is designed for it), the general gameplay is pretty similar through all 3.

    • harvb says:

      Cheers for that, appreciated.

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