I can tell you that most assuredly that we made it to August because I spent the entirety of my Wednesday night playing through Fullbright’s Tacoma and reminding myself that I absolutely never want to go to space. Too many things to go wrong. The food all being in squeezy tubes is pretty neat though. Anyway, it’s time to check out another batch of the best gaming and tech deals of the week, so let’s get right to it, shall we?
Here’s what we’re doing – 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
Humble GameMaker Bundle
Time for another Humble Bundle! Well, technically the Humble GameMaker Bundle has already appeared before – several months ago. This bundle proved so popular that Humble has deemed it worthy of resurrecting for another go around. So if you’re an aspiring (or hobbyist) game developer, you can grab almost $1700 worth of software for $15 / £12 here.
Razer’s Back to School sale range
Razer is getting in on the ‘back to school’ stuff a little early this year and has listed a bunch of its PC accessories, gaming gear and even the Razer Blade laptops with extra discounts at the moment. There’s even a Razer branded backpack in there, too, if you really wanted to be that person.
NeoGeo classics from GOG.com
GOG.com’s Weekly Sale currently features a whole slew of NeoGeo classics on offer for £1.59 / $2.03 / €1.79 each. That means you can pick up the first bunch of Metal Slug games, King of Fighters 2000, Samurai Shodown 2, Fatal Fury and more for dirt cheap prices, if you wanted to.
Mercy from Overwatch Nendoroid figure pre-orders
By now, Nendoroid figures are most assuredly ‘a thing’. If you’ve been under a rock and have yet to see one of these things, Nendoroids are essentially hugely collectable, extra cute and stubby figures based on pop culture characters. There have already been Mei and Tracer Nendoroids so this time it’s Mercy’s turn. Her figure is up for pre-order now.
Last Chance sale from Green Man Gaming – Ends 4pm (BST)
Today is the last chance you have to take advantage of some of Green Man Gaming’s Summer Sale discounts. The Last Chance section of that sale is on right now, ending at 4pm (BST) today. Better still, you can get 20% off the selection by entering the code RPS20 at checkout.
Wolfenstein: The New Order for £3 / $4 / €4
Wolfenstein: The Old Blood for £3 / $4 / €4
Left 4 Dead Bundle for £3.68 / $4.80 / €4.80
Dragon’s Dogma Dark Arisen for £7.68 / $9.60 / €9.60
Life is Strange Complete Season for £3.20 / $4 / €4
The Orange Box for £2.40 / $3.20 / €3.04
DOOM for £8 / $12 / €12
The Evil Within for £3 / $4 / €4
Fallout 4 for £8 / $12 / €12
Middle-earth Shadow of Mordor Game of the Year for £2.56 / $3.20 / €3.20
Dishonored 2 for £12 / $16 / €16
Kerbal Space Program for £12 / $16 / €16
Metro Redux Bundle for £5 / $6 / €6
Hitman The Full Season One for £12.80 / $19.20 / €16
Ghost Recon Wildlands for £21.43 / $32.15 / €32.15
Sniper Elite 4 for £16 / $24 / €24
Portal 2 for £2.40 / $3.20 / €3.20
Telltale Games Bundle from GOG.com
If somehow, you’ve made it to the middle of 2017 without owning a large quantity of Telltale Games’ back catalogue, it’s time to fill your boots. GOG is offering up a whole set of adventure games from the folks at Telltale for a few coins each, or you can bundle them all up in one big mega bundle, if you like.
That Witcher colouring book you’ve already heard about
As you may have read about earlier this week, The Witcher is the latest pop culture franchise to be turned into an Adult Colouring Book, which isn’t nearly as ‘adult’ as you might think it is. The book is due out later this year but is already available to pre-order in both the UK and US.
Logitech’s G402 mouse for £25
Over at Currys, you can find a Logitech G402 gaming mouse for £30 this week. If you enter the code GAMING25A during checkout, however, you can bring that price down by an extra £5 and grab yourself a nice gaming mouse for a bit of a bargain.
Damn fine Raspberry Pi
Raspberry Pi computers are awesome – they’re teeny tiny little PCs that fit in your pocket and can essentially be built and programmed to take care of any number of tasks or services. Whether you want a tiny emulation box or a music server, you can make that happen. Right now, a Raspberry Pi 3 starter kit from NeeGo will cost you £36.99 at Amazon UK.
8bitdo’s Arcade Stick for PC and Mac
8Bitdo, a company best known for making a series of wireless controllers for PC and mobile entirely based on classic Nintendo pads, is back once again. This time, 8Bitdo are releasing a NES-themed wireless arcade stick for $79.99 that will not only work on PC, Mac, and mobile devices, but also Nintendo Switch. It’s up for pre-order on Amazon and due for release later this month.
Samsung 500GB SSD fro $150
It’s not every day that a good quality SSD gets discounted, so it’s worth noting when they do crop up. Over at Platinum Micro’s eBay outlet, you can pick up a Samsung 850 EVO 500GB SSD for the bizarrely low price of $150 while the stock lasts.
Logitech G602 gaming mouse for $25
NewEgg is offering up a refurbished version of Logitech’s genuinely excellent G602 wireless gaming mouse for its lowest ever price – $24.99 for a very limited time. The G602 is a personal favourite mouse even when not solely focused on gaming.
Up to $400 off PCs and laptops
Currently, over at Microsoft’s online store, you can save up to $400 on a range of selected PCs, all-in-one computers, tablets and laptops. The selection includes brands like HP, Lenovo, Dell and Alienware, among others. If you’re on the lookout for a new portable computer, this is worth a look.
$80 off an Amazon Fire HD tablet
As long as you don’t mind picking up a ‘certified refurbished’ model, you can grab a Fire HD 10-inch tablet computer for a pretty hefty $80 off right now, directly through Amazon. For the time being, that particular model will cost you $120.
Sony Bluetooth over-ear headphones for $78
If you’re in the market for a high-quality set of Bluetooth headphones and in-ear buds just aren’t your jam, you might want to take a look at this set of Sony Bluetooth headphones. The MDRXB650BT/B (catchy name) Extra Bass headphones offer some very high-quality audio and are currently discounted down to $78 for a limited time. Plus, they’re shiny.
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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