Best PC gaming deals of the week

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Ever wanted to see an article that manages to combine Goat Simulator, Wolfenstein 2 and external hard drives? Well, look no further, since it’s time for another look at the best PC gaming deals of the week. All of the aforementioned feature within.

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

humble best of 2017 bundle

Humble’s got a brand new bundle on right now that celebrates the best of their 2017 bundles, with games like Hacknet, Goat Simulator and Dead By Daylight to name a few. You can pay what you want for that bundle, with $10 being the cutoff to get everything.

Pay what you want for the Humble ‘Best of 2017’ Bundle

stories untold

GOG’s got a sale range going that celebrates a whole bunch of the best and worst horror titles on PC. This week, you’ll be able to save up to 90% off titles like Vampire: The Masquerade, Observer, Stories Untold, SOMA, Amnesia, Shadow Man and more. Most importantly for me, though, is that the sale features both Phantasmagoria games. I you haven’t experienced them, you really should. Truly the very best of dodgy FMV horror games.

Up to 90% off horror titles from GOG

civ 6 rise and fall

Head over to Green Man Gaming this week and you’ll be able to take 20% off a number of PC titles when you enter the code FEB20 during checkout. What you use that code on is up to you, but rest assured, the site has plenty of Train Simulator stuff.

Save 20% on PC titles with code FEB20 from Green Man Gaming

Judge Dredd Figure

Play-Asia is currently taking orders on this 1/6th scale figure of Judge Dredd that comes packed with accessories and other faces. I’m a sucker for a well-sculpted action figure but even those who aren’t usually keen on them might admit that this thing is cool. That said, it will cost you a pretty penny.

Apocalypse War Judge Dredd ⅙ scale figure for £176.90 / $241.99 from Play-Asia

telltale games

Adventure games! There’s a lot of them these days, mostly made by Telltale. You can pick up a wide variety of the company’s licensed titles from GOG’s current Telltale Games sale.

Up to 75% off Telltale Games titles from GOG

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This month, signing up for a Humble Monthly subscription will get you instant access to a copy of Dark Souls 3 as well as the Ashes of Ariandel DLC pack, along with a stack of other games once the month finishes, all of which will cost you $12 / £10.

Dark Souls 3 and Ashes of Ariandel DLC for $12 / £10 with Humble Monthly

UK Deals

Seagate 4TB

If you’re looking to expand your storage space on PS4, Xbox One or even just a PC, you may want to check out Seagate’s range of external drives – two of which are discounted at Amazon right now. A 4TB drive will cost you under £100 at the moment, while you can add an extra £20 and get a 5TB drive if you fancy.

Seagate Expansion 4TB external hard drive for £99.99 from Amazon UK
Seagate Expansion 5TB external hard drive for £119.50 from Amazon UK

US Deals

Xbox Duke Wired Controller

The reborn ‘Duke’ original Xbox controller, now a model made for Xbox One, which will also work on PC, is finally up for pre-order over at GameStop, where it will cost you a $69.99 prior to its April release. Perfect for those of you nostalgic for classic Xbox gaming or just folks with massive hands.

Xbox One Duke Wired Controller for $69.99 from GameStop

Wolfenstein 2 New Colossus Collector's Edition

The Wolfenstein 2 Collector’s Edition was a weird one. Originally released at $100, this big box edition comes with a lot of trinkets but the biggest component is definitely the 60s action figure of BJ himself. The PC version of this edition is currently discounted to just under $40 at Amazon if you missed out on launch.

Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus Collector’s Edition on PC for $39.77 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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11 Comments

  1. Vacuity729 says:

    Sadly the Humble Monthly doesn’t offer Dark Souls 3 in all regions. In my region I’m offered Civ: Beyond Earth + DLC which is a much less appealing option in many ways.

    • JiminyJickers says:

      That is the current month’s bundle. If you join now, you can get access to Dark Souls III early, otherwise, it will unlock in March.

      • Vacuity729 says:

        I assure you that I speak truth. Here’s a quote from the email a few days ago: “Unlock Civilization®: Beyond Earth™ + DLC
        We’re sorry, DARK SOULS™ III isn’t available to unlock in your region.
        Instead, grab Sid Meier’s Civilization®: Beyond Earth™ – The Collection!”

        • Ghostwise says:

          This is because the DLC isn’t available in a number of Asian countries, due to reasons. So Humble is offering a different package there.

  2. Stone_Crow says:

    The best PC deals this week are… action figures? Erm. No.

    • Jalan says:

      There’s something… off about that Dredd figure. It mostly nails the look down without issue but something isn’t quite right about it (I was going to joke and say it was the asking price, but it’s actually about standard in that department).

    • Tonic says:

      video games are toys. action figures are toys. where’s the problem.

      • ogopogo says:

        Well, games are structured activities whereas toys are dolls.

        One is a walk in the woods, the other is looking at the woods out the window. There are a few similarities, but they’re fundamentally different entities insofar as how the experience unfolds. The walk in the woods is a much more complex process, for starters, and it demands much more from the participant to ‘work’.

        Fair question though.

        • JoeD2nd says:

          “Well, games are structured activities whereas toys are dolls.”

          I hope you mean action figures are dolls, because there’s plenty of toys that aren’t dolls.

          Minecraft is a structured activity? Does that mean legos is a structured activity?

          “One is a walk in the woods, the other is looking at the woods out the window.

          If you’re simply talking about action figures then I beg to differ. Maybe for most adults this is the case (maybe), but action figures are generally played with.. you know, the concept where a machine isn’t doing all the creating and the kids are.

    • Nihilexistentialist says:

      Tons of game shops sell stuff this like this.

  3. Jonnyuk77 says:

    I don’t know, just went through the pictures and it looks a lot like the Dredd I remember (one of the Dredds…). A bit more wear on the upper uniform to match the boots would have been nice.

    The pose where he has the baton in both hands brings back memories from a lot of comic book covers (daystick? I thought it was a nightstick….).

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