Best PC gaming deals of the week

Welcome back, weary travellers, to another batch of the week’s absolute best PC gaming deals, which this week also includes a few bits of other ‘this is rather nice’ offers. There’s even a Raspberry Pi deal in there somewhere, for all of you who might want to do more than just slap an Amiga emulator on one of those things.

Anyway, onto the deals! 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

Final Fantasy XV

Neatly timed to occur shortly after this week’s announcement of Shadow of the Tomb Raider, due this September, Humble has launched a week’s worth of sale offers on Square Enix titles. The sale features Rise of the Tomb Raider for £13.19, Nier Automata for £19.99, Life is Strange Before The Storm for £8.39 and a whole batch more.

Square Enix Publisher Sale from Humble Store


Pick up a huge amount of classic Star Wars titles this week with GOG’s current batch of sale offers. Everything from Shadows of the Empire to The Force Unleashed is here but let’s face it, you’re all here to buy Tie Fighter, right?

Star Wars Sale from GOG


Green Man Gaming’s March Madness sale continues this week, with discounts on Bioshock Remastered (£3.30), Killing Floor 2 (£10), Superhot (£10.79) and much more on offer.

March Madness sale from Green Man Gaming

humble bob ross

Get yourself a happy little bundle this week, with a special Bob Ross themed bundle from Humble. It’s a mix of software, games and episodes of The Joy of Painting, all with an aim to get you painting. Here’s the whole bundle:

Pay what you want
Crayon Physics Deluxe
Draw a Stickman
Draw Your Game
Three episodes of Joy of Painting

Pay more than the average
Drawful 2
Joy of Painting E-book (Three volumes)
50% off Jackbox Party Pack 4

Pay $15 or more
Corel Painter Essentials 6
Corel Painter Essentials Mystic Mountain Essentials Brush Pack
Bob Ross: The Happy Painter Documentary

Pay what you want for the Humble Bob Ross Bundle


Tekken 7 is a game that allows you to play dress up with a bear, fight a man wearing a Jaguar head, battle an actual devil and inevitably throw someone into a volcano. It’s also £15.35 / $21.59 when you enter code SPRING10 at checkout over at Fanatical. Any questions?

Tekken 7 for £15.35 / $21.59 using code SPRING10 from Fanatical

Devil May Cry 3

This week’s release of Devil May Cry HD Collection features the first three DMC titles in one neat package. You can pick up the lot for £20 at Green Man Gaming right now.

Devil May Cry HD Collection for £19.99 / $24.99 from Green Man Gaming

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Sign up for a Humble Monthly subscription in March and you’ll get yourself early unlocks of Mafia 3 with its DLC, God Eater 2: Rage Burst and Deus Ex: Mankind Divided. Not only that but, of course, you’ll be getting a stack of other games at the end of the month, too. All that will cost you $12 / £10.

God Eater 2 Rage Burst, Mafia 3 with DLC and Deus Ex Mankind Divided for $12 / £10 with Humble Monthly

UK Deals

ghost speaker alexa amazon echo dot

Possibly one of the silliest game tie-ins to date, this Destiny 2 Ghost edition speaker works with Amazon Alexa-enabled devices to communicate to you and your game, allowing you to use voice commands in-game if you see fit. It’s currently down to under £20 right now as well.

Limited Edition Destiny 2 Alexa-enabled Ghost Speaker for £19.92 from Amazon UK

soundsticks 3

This Harman Kardon sound system is a bit of a weird looking thing but is one of the better reviewed two-speaker setups around. The model III is discounted right now through the official site, costing £109.99 for a limited time.

Harman Kardon SoundSticks III for £109.99 from Harman Kardon

Panasonic 58 inch 4K

If you’re after a 4K set anytime soon, you might want to check out this Panasonic TX-58EX750B, a 58-inch 4K TV which is currently £350 off over at Currys PC World for a limited time.

Panasonic TX-58EX750B 58-inch 4K HDR TV for £999 from Currys PC World

WD Recert

Over at WD’s main site, you can pick up a 1TB portable hard drive for £27.99 by going for a ‘recertified’ drive, with a full guarantee.

Recertified 1TB WD Elements Portable hard drive for £27.99 from WD

Ash vs. Evil Dead Blu-rays

The very gory and very, very silly show that is Ash vs. Evil Dead, the serialised sequel to the Evil Dead movie franchise, is currently discounted in its digital download form over at Amazon. You can pick up Season 1 and 2 for £4.99 each at the moment.

Ash vs. Evil Dead Seasons 1 and 2 for £4.99 each (Digital) from Amazon UK

US Deals

Raspberry Pi 3

Shortly after the announcement of the brand new Model B+, the Raspberry Pi 3 Model B has been discounted over at NewEgg, where you can grab one of these tiny computers for $28.99 when you enter the code RASPIE5 at checkout.

Raspberry Pi 3 Model B for $28.99 with code RASPIE5 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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  1. Rhythm says:

    No mention that Twitch With Prime has expanded their free game offerings? If you have Amazon Prime, link it with your Twitch and account and hey presto, free games!


    – Shadow Tactics
    – Oxenfree
    – Superhot
    – Mr Shifty
    – Candlekeep

    And loads more to follow

    • Minsc_N_Boo says:

      Saved me posting! I got Superhot yesterday. It’s been on my wishlist for a while, so I am looking forward to playing this weekend!

      If anyone is after a entry level mechanical KB, Argos are currently selling a SteelSeries M500 for £60. It has the UK layout too.

      • Chorltonwheelie says:

        That keyboard is a bargain. My Steelseries V6 is a minimalistic, weighty, rock solid triumph. Best plank I’ve owned for £60. Get one.

    • Jalan says:

      Games need to be downloaded/accessed via Amazon launcher software, correct?

      • azurerush says:

        Once installed through the twitch app, just add a non-steam game to your steam library and voila! It even launches directly into the game, no need to open twitch again after installing.

  2. mrthornhill says:

    Anyone having any luck with the Newegg Raspberry Pi deal?
    The code RASPIE5 is coming up as invalid at check out.

  3. Turkey says:

    Dang. Corel Painter Essentials is worth $50. That’s a pretty good deal. Looks like a lite version of the CP, tho.

  4. ogopogo says:

    Lotsa good deals for St. Pat’s, it would seem. Just wanted to point out that Humble’s Bob Ross Bundle isn’t half as silly as it might first look — right now you can get both Crayon Physics and Passportout for under $10 total and they’re both really fun games that make a strong case for indie strengths. You can just throw the “How Do I Art?” .pdfs onto a flash drive and hand ’em off to the weirdest, sulkiest kid living in your family/neighborhood.

    Passportout is a somewhat successful experiment that can easily kill a couple of hours before you even realize it. And Crayon Physics is an unusually flexible, creative puzzler that’s just a joy to experience– I’ve had the pleasure of seeing a five-year-old, a thirty-something, AND a fellow in his seventies playing Crayon Physics and all three got the same goofy grin on their face in the first five minutes once they realized what was going on.

    Crayon Physics also features an overworld map on which you can doodle sea creatures, leave notes & borders, add geographical features etc. which will persist throughout the game. It essentially adds a whole separate minigame wherein the player may rescue Scribblelandia from its dangerous shortage of dong-shaped lakes & mountains.

    • Vodka, Crisps, Plutonium says:

      Thanks for recommending Crayon Physics – I usually scoff at stuff that involves drawing as a part of game mechanics, but puzzle solving in it was a blast (the game has revealed its potential, when I decided to connect two platforms with a drawn “bridge” line with a hook on each end to fixate it, and the physics engine gleefully agreed that it was not a bad idea)

      Also thanks to developers for not being afraid to put out short demo for players to check their game out before buying full version!