Best PC gaming deals of the week

It’s the end of another week which, among countless other things, means I’m back to take you on a tour of the very best deals from around the world of games and tech and other types of weird but fun things. This week, that involves an alarmingly above average amount of games that are entirely set in space. Escapism at its very best, there. 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. Let’s get started.

UK & US Deals

Buy Tacoma and get Event[0] free

The latest game from The Fullbright Company, creators of the infamous Gone Home, is Tacoma. A narrative-driven sci-fi gem of a game that fleshes out its characters a bit more than the company’s previous title. At the moment, buying a copy of Tacoma from GOG will get you a free bonus copy of similarly sci-fi themed title Event[0]. Not a bad bundle if you fancy it.

Buy Tacoma on PC from GOG.com and get Event[0] free

Bundle Stars Summer Sale

Bundle Stars has begun its Summer Sale, which means there’s a brand new slew of discounts on digital PC games. You can enter the code SUMMER10 at checkout to get an extra 10% off your purchase, too, which is a bit nice. Here are some of the highlights.

Shadow of Mordor Game of the Year Edition for £3.19 / $3.99 / €3.99
Alien Isolation Collection for £8.39 / $11.99 / €11.03
XCOM 2 Deluxe Edition for £17.75 / $27.74 / €24.04
Mortal Kombat XL for £7.49 / $9.99 / €9.99
Quantum Break for £14.99 / $19.99 / €18.49
Broken Age for £3.74 / $4.99 / €4.99
Project Highrise for £8.99 / $11.99 / €11.99
Darksiders Franchise Pack for £8.99 / $9.99 / €9.99

Summer Sale from Bundle Stars – Enter code SUMMER10 for 10% off

GOG Weekly Sale range

GOG’s back with another weekly sale range. This time, the offers include the Delta Force franchise, Red Faction 1 & 2, Painkiller, Legend of Kay: Anniversary, both Full Spectrum Warrior games and, lest we forget everyone’s favourite, deBlob.

Weekly Sale range from GOG.com

Sci-Fi Week from Humble

For some reason, it’s Sci-Fi week over at the Humble Store right now, so why not celebrate by picking up a spacey-type game like No Man’s Sky, Elite Dangerous, Rebel Galaxy, or even try your luck with EVE Online. Everything is up to 75% off while the sale is on.

Sci-Fi Week Sale from Humble Store

Official Dark Souls ring replicas

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I suppose it was only a matter of time before things from the Dark Souls franchise found their way into our world, I just didn’t expect it to necessarily be a set of rings first. If you’ve found yourself dying to own a real-life version of Havel’s Ring, among others, you’re now in luck. As long as you’ve got a bunch of money burning a hole in your account, it can be yours, thanks to First4Figures’ official Dark Souls jewellery collection.

Official Dark Souls Ring Replicas from First4Figures

Humble Micro Jumbo bundle

In what must be one of the site’s most confusingly named bundles to date, Humble is currently offering the Micro Jumbo Bundle. This one puts together a bunch of smaller indie titles and offers them up dirt cheap. Honestly, this bundle is worth grabbing for Pony Island and Devil Daggers if nothing else, though. Hours of fun there for a handful of coins.

Pay what you want:
Geometry Dash
Pony Island
Oh, Sir! The Insult Simulator
Space Pilgrim Episodes 1-4

Pay more than the average:
Who’s Your Daddy?
Town of Salem
Hack_me
Hack_me 2
Devil Daggers
Oh, Sir! The Hollywood Roast

Pay what you want for the Humble Micro Jumbo Bundle

Save £150 / $250 on an MSI gaming laptop

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Those on the search for a quality gaming laptop may just want to check out this offer from GearBest. Using code MSI1252 at checkout, you can save over £150 / $250 on the cost of a 15.6-inch MSI gaming laptop that boasts a 1050Ti graphics card, 8GB RAM and an i7 processor. It also comes with free international shipping and a one year international warranty, too, in case you were concerned.

MSI GL62M 15.6-inch gaming laptop for £717.11 / $929.99 using code MSI1252 from GearBest

Final Fantasy Weekend from Humble Store

Last but not least for the worldwide deals, Humble is offering up a healthy dose of Final Fantasy games on PC with up to 50% off this weekend. The Final Fantasy Weekend sale ends, rather predictably, at the end of this weekend, so get in there and buy a fourth copy of Final Fantasy 7 while you can.

Final Fantasy Weekend from Humble Store

UK Deals

£10 off Sennheiser HD471G over-ear headphones

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Entering the conveniently rhyming promo code ‘SENN10’ during checkout at Zavvi will get you an extra £10 off the price of these Sennheiser HD471G closed over-ear headphones. That means you’ll be paying just shy of £40, which is a bit of a steal for Sennheisers.

Sennheiser HD471G closed over-ear headphones for £39.99 using code SENN10 from Zavvi

Philips Noise-Cancelling Bluetooth Headphones half price

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If you’d prefer to go wireless entirely, Argos is offering up a set of Philips’ extra luxurious Bluetooth headphones with Noise-Cancelling technology for half price this week. Head to the site and you can pick up a pair for £39.99 for a limited time.

Philips Wireless Noise-Cancelling Bluetooth Headphones for £39.99 from Argos

Amazon Fire HD 6-inch tablet

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As Amazon moves away from producing the smaller variations of its Fire HD tablet computers, Tesco Direct is stepping in to offer up the remaining stock at a cut price. Head over to Tesco’s eBay outlet and you can grab a brand new Fire HD 6-inch version for £37.50 while stock lasts. You’ll get a year warranty with that, too.

Amazon Fire HD 6-inch 16GB tablet from Tesco Direct via eBay

£79 off Sennheiser 7.1 gaming headset

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We’ve already been over the whole ‘Sennheiser make quite good audio equipment’ stuff with that last deal, so what you need to know about this PC gaming headset is that it’s currently discounted by £79, it’s 7.1 surround capable and it’s very nice to look at as well.

Sennheiser 373D 7.1 surround sound PC gaming headset for £130.99 from Argos

5 For £30 Blu-rays from Zavvi

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Movies are nice. If you’re the type to like your general cinematic intake to be of the high-definition variety and you’ve got yourself some form of Blu-ray player to faciliate that, check out Zavvi’s current range of Blu-rays on offer in a ‘5 for £30’ bundle set. There’s over 300 titles to pick from but just trust me and get Kubo and the Two Strings at least once in your set.

5 for £30 on selected Blu-rays from Zavvi

US Deals

Prey for $25

The spooky, largely narrative-driven and alarmingly difficult game that is Bethesda’s Prey saw a release mere months ago but that doesn’t stop it from being available to buy right now for only $24.99. If you’ve been even remotely curious on this one, there has quite literally never been a better time to give it a try.

Prey on PC for $24.99 using code EMCRJBR53 during checkout from NewEgg

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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11 Comments

  1. MinstaKatten says:

    Movies? Is that the non-interactive FMV games I keep hearing about?

  2. Cederic says:

    The Sennheiser 373d is so good I own two. I wish I’d paid that little for them, but don’t resent the price I did pay.

    (One for each of the PCs in different parts of my house, if you’re wondering)

    The sound quality is sublime, the build quality is superb, when using the microphone people can actually hear me.

    Downside: The spring effect of the headband to keep them close to your ears can make the arm of my glasses start to dig into my ear a little after a few hours of continual wear.

  3. Scraphound says:

    Colonial here. I don’t mean to be rude (I’m not disturbing tea, am I?) but I clicked one of those UK links and it offered me the option to add to trolley. Trolley? That gave me a chuckle.

    Should I exchange my Australian dollarydoos for pounds sterling before adding something to my trolley?

    • welverin says:

      That is odd, I thought they usually used basket, we rebellious types have carts.

  4. mondestine says:

    Anybody know what the particular game is with the screenshot under “GOG Weekly Sale”, with the grim reaper looking dude and other various monster cohorts, in first person view? The screenshot is paired up with gog’s weekly sale, but I didn’t see anything on the list that looks like it.

  5. JarinArenos says:

    What’s the game in the article header, and where is it on sale?

  6. HumpX says:

    Crashday is $10 FFS. What the hell is wrong with you people?….BUY IT NOW! Its….like……really fun an shit.