If you didn’t take your first trip to The Wasteland until Fallout 3 or Fallout: New Vegas and want to see where it all began, now’s your chance.
It is time once again for the annual ritual of buying PC games you’re never going to play—welcome to the 2017 Steam summer sale.
If you have ever wanted to play the best video game of all time for only two dollars, this is your lucky week, because Suikoden II is on sale as part of an excellent set of PlayStation discounts that also includes Final Fantasy XV for $36 and Persona 4 Golden for $9 (all with PlayStation Plus).
It’s officially winter. Deep Winter. You know what that means: Steam Sale.
It’s almost Halloween! You know what that means: video games for scary cheap prices. Or just regular cheap prices, but there’s a big picture of a spooooky cauldron full of eyeballs and hands and PC gaming components behind them.
Though we’ve seen nothing from Microsoft, Gearbox or 2K mentioning any sort of special offer, Borderlands: The Handsome Collection is now available for free in the Microsoft Store. Weird. Update: It’s a gift from Microsoft!
This week the PlayStation Network is holding a big sale. As a result of this, the transcendent role-playing game Suikoden II will run you a whopping $4, or $3 if you’ve got PlayStation Plus. There’s really no excuse not to buy this one.
If you’ve got a piggy bank, kiss it goodbye. If you don’t, I guess stare deeply and lovingly into the imagined eyes of the Apple wallet icon on your phone or something. It’s summer, which means It Is Time: the Steam Summer Sale is here.
It’s raining free Xbox games! Only a few days after Fallout 4 accidentally went on sale for $0.00 on the Xbox Store, the brilliant death simulator Limbo is now also free. Though this reduction looks more deliberate.
The Xbox One will drop to $300 for a “limited time” next week, Microsoft said today. In other words, don’t ever plan to spend more than that on the console.
If you grab them right now, Jet Set Radio and a handful of other Sega games aren’t just free for the moment; they’re yours to keep.
Got an Xbox One? Love The Witcher games? Well, you can now play the middle game in CD Projekt’s beloved action-RPG franchise for free.
Overshadowed yesterday by things like the gameplay reveal of the Final Fantasy VII remake and the announcement of Ni No Kuni II, Sony also announced a limited-time 12 month subscription to... man, that Ni No Kuni II looks amazing.
In celebration of the PlayStation Experience event, today 14 more games were added to the PlayStation Network, with the promised PS2 (and one remastered PS1) classics, PC titles making their PlayStation debut and a couple all new titles. Let’s see what we’ve got.
Following last week’s re-release of a game still broken for many players, Warner Bros. is now offering full refunds on Steam copies of Batman: Arkham Knight until the end of the year. Everyone who purchased a copy should take advantage.
Starting October 9, the PlayStation 4 will be a little cheaper in the U.S. and Canada. Oh goodie.
Grand Theft Auto V is not $20 on Steam right now. Despite multiple misleading listings on GTA’s Steam franchise page (they’re for cash card bundles), it’s still at regular price. Suddenly last week’s GTA price shenanigans look less benign. [Update: The issue has been resolved. Valve says it was a “technical error.”]
The bad news: your credit card bill might be a disaster next month. The good news: at least now you can get refunds? It’s time for the Steam Summer Sale.
As of this writing you can expect to pay between somewhere between $200 and $500 for a copy of Capcom’s delightful PSX Mega Man Legends prequel, The Misadventures of Tron Bonne. Or you can just grab it today on PSN for six bucks. Hooray!
Late last year Sony agreed to settle with the Federal Trade Commission over claims that it falsely advertised the PlayStation Vita console at launch. Anyone in the U.S. who purchased the handheld prior to June 1, 2012 is entitled to $25 cash or one of three different game bundles. Here’s how.