Best PC gaming deals of the week


Another week has passed and we’re back here, on a Friday, picking through the bounty of the best gaming and tech deals of the week. This week brought us a range of stuff from Humble, including a copy of Psychonauts absolutely free. Elsewhere, Amazon offered up a limited-time batch of vouchers to take up to £25 off a range of games.

If any of that sounds like your kind of thing, or you just enjoy having a look at what’s around at the moment, you’re in the right place. 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

Best of Indie Legends 2 bundle for £3.29 / $3.49

Bundle Stars is currently offering up a batch of indie gems for a very low price, in the Best of Indie Legends 2 Bundle. For a grand total of £3.29 / $3.49 you’ll be getting the following:

Party Hard
Door Kickers
Never Alone Arctic Collection
The Fall
Cook, Serve, Delicious!
Sir, You Are Being Hunted

Honestly, this one’s worth it for The Fall alone in my opinion.

Best of Indie Legends Bundle 2 for £3.29 / $3.49 from Bundle Stars

Limited Edition Solid Snake Statue from First4Figures

Solid Snake Statue First4Figures

First4Figures is a company known for creating unique, ultra-detailed, extremely-limited edition statues and collectables based off of various video game franchises. These are pre-order only type deals, where orders will be taken, the statues will be made and sent out, and then it’s gone for good. As such, they’re also extremely expensive. The latest creation – Solid Snake from Metal Gear Solid – is available for pre-order until the end of today.

Limited Edition Solid Snake collector’s statue from First4Figures – Pre-orders live until September 15th

Humble Capcom X Sega X Atlus Bundle

Humble Capcom x Sega x Atlas Bundle b

The latest Humble Bundle is a bit of a triple threat. In more than one way, too. The somewhat clumsily named Capcom X Sega X Atlus bundle groups up a batch of games from those three publishers into one big set of keys, available to you for a max of $12 (£10).

Here’s what your money will get you:

Pay what you want
Rollers of the Realm
Zeno Clash 2
Sonic Adventure 2
Bionic Commando
Citizens of Earth

Pay more than the average
Renegade Ops Collection
Sonic Generations Collection
Resident Evil 4
Dead Rising
Tesla Effect: A Tex Murphy Adventure

Pay $12 (£9.04) or more
Motorsport Manager
Devil May Cry 4: Special Edition

Pay what you want for the Humble Capcom X Sega X Atlus Bundle

Psychonauts for free with Humble’s End of Summer Sale


Time for a free thing! Huzzah. Head over to the Humble Store anytime from nowish to 6pm BST (around 10am PST) on Saturday 16th September and you’ll be able to grab a free copy of Psychonauts on PC.

Psychonauts on PC (Steam) for free from Humble Store

WHile you’re over there at Humble, you should also check out the latest batch of games that have been added to the site’s End of Summer Sale range, including games from Rockstar, Square Enix, Capcom and a few others.

End of Summer Sale from Humble Store


One of this year’s more pleasant surprises was just how good Tekken 7 ended up being. Everything from the super cool slow motion ‘last hit’ effect at the end of each round to the ludicrous level of customisation made it a winner for me. You can grab a PC copy of this one cheapest over at GamesPlanet currently, where it’ll cost you £25.99 / $34.31 / €29.99 for a limited time.

Tekken 7 on PC (Steam) for £25.99 / $34.31 / €29.99 from GamesPlanet

UK Deals

Up to £25 gaming stuff with Amazon vouchers


In an effort, I can only assume, not to be outdone by Tesco Direct’s constant money-off voucher offers, Amazon UK has once again brought back a batch of codes that will get you up to £25 off various video games and consoles.

The vouchers in question are:

£5 off a £40 or more spend – VG5OFF40
£10 off a £75 or more spend – VG10OFF75
£25 off a £150 or more spend – VG25OFF150

There’s a whole batch of things you can get with these vouchers, including a PC copy of Destiny 2 for £35, which ain’t too bad.

Save up to £25 with Amazon Vouchers – ends Sunday 17th September

ASUS RT-AC87U Wireless Router for £128


I recently upgraded my home’s internet and, in the process, picked up an ASUS router not dissimilar to the one in this offer. Purely judging by my own experience, my internet has never been quite as stable (though, to be fair, I was using a BT Infinity hub beforehand) and, as an added benefit, having one of these routers is a bit like having a Decepticon in your home, hiding eerily in the corner at all times. This particular router is at its lowest price to date, if you fancy it.

ASUS RT-AC87U Dual-Band Gigabit Wireless Router for £127.99 from Amazon UK

Get your own AI assistant with £50 off this week

Amazon Echo

I, for one, welcome our eventual robotic AI overlords and if you feel similarly, you can pick up an Amazon Echo with a nice £50 discount this week. Amazon UK is offering up the Echo in Black or White for £99.99, the lowest price yet for a brand new model. Just try not to talk about your super secret plans in front of it.

Amazon Echo for £99.99 from Amazon UK

US Deals

Mass Effect Andromeda from $17.65

mass effect andromeda

Mass Effect Andromeda may have had a…let’s call it, ‘shaky’ launch, but months of patches, tweaks, fixes and improvements must have made a difference. Surely. You can find out for yourself this week, as the game is down to as low as $17.65 on Amazon.

Mass Effect Andromeda on PC for $17.65 from Amazon US

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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    Mungrul says:

    Um, is that Solid Snake figure some kinda joke? Is it the RPS equivalent of “One of these kids is not like the others”?

    For a start, how is it related to PC Gaming?

    And secondly, WTF is it doing in an article about bargains, when the cheapest(!) version is $524.99, while the most expensive one (the one you’re pimping), goes for a cool $1,399.99?!?

    • Mechorpheus says:

      It also seems to me that they could quite easily re-brand that as a Splinter Cell Sam Fisher figure without changing basically anything.

    • Viral Frog says:

      RPS has been featuring different figures, statues, toys, etc. in these articles for a long time. Even ones that aren’t related to PC gaming. MGS is on PC, so that’s why it’s featured.

      I agree that this one shouldn’t be here because of price (seriously, I can’t believe someone would pay that much for a figurine of a lame character from a lame game series), but it’s not like this is something they’ve never done before.

    • jeremyalexander says:

      WOW, someone’s triggered. How about this for an answer, RPS can put whatever they want to put on their own website and if you don’t like it, don’t let the door hit you on the way out. I see a LOT of stupid things on the internet, but the phenomenon where a website can’t talk about anything outside of it’s viewers narrow definitions of what it is might be some of the dumbest. He also occasionally talks about the loss of his father. That doesn’t have anything to do with gaming either, are you going to cry like a child about that as well? And what does price have to do with the statue. Again, if you can’t afford it, then don’t buy it. When we get to the point that we can’t ignore content we don’t like and pretend it is being forced on it, we’ve devolved to the point that we truly think the world revolves around us. The world doesn’t revolve around you and nobody is forcing you to buy a statue of a game character, grow up.

      • patstew says:

        WOW, someone’s triggered. How about this for an answer, Mungrul can put whatever they want to put on their own comment and if you don’t like it, don’t let the door hit you on the way out. I see a LOT of stupid things on the internet, but the phenomenon where a commenter can’t criticise the quality, tone or fit of a website’s content might be some of the dumbest. … Again, if you disagree, feel free to disagree. When we get to the point that we can’t entertain the presence of a dissenting viewpoint without howling that they’re censoring us, we’ve devolved to the point that we truly think the world revolves around us. The world doesn’t revolve around you and nobody is forcing RPS to change their articles, grow up.

    • Javier says:

      Hmmm, I dunno, maybe because MG, MG2, MGS, MGS2, MGR, MGSV: GZ and MGSV: TPP have all been released on computers?

  2. Oasx says:

    Mass Effect Andromeda has its faults, and the story is nothing special, but in terms of gameplay it is easily the best Mass Effect game out there. It is definitely worth 18$

  3. ephesus64 says:

    Dark Souls 2 on Steam for 10 dollars seems pretty good, though I personally am about 7½ percent done with Dark Souls 3 and I am not progressing very quickly. Not sure if the 75% off sale is happening in the UK, someone else would have to check.

  4. bramble says:

    Those figurines are really cool, I was just checking out the detail on the dark souls one. I had no idea things like this were ever made. Not sure what videogame character I like enough to spend $600 getting a mini sculpture of, though. How about the Blorg from Stellaris?

  5. Shockpaddles says:

    I know it states the mass effect offer is US only but as it’s a game code anything stopping us UK users using US address to buy it?

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