Every Wednesday we'll be running a competition for a new title, with five copies of the game in question up for grabs. We'll be offering multiple ways of entering via Gleam, and you'll be able to opt in and enter in as few or as many ways as you like.
This week's a bit of a test run to begin with, but that's not going to stop us from giving you the opportunity to nab one of five free copies of Project Cars!
So Rockstar have started banning players trying to use mods on GTA V, which seems nonsensical to me, but at least before they do we can witness glorious things like this.
Thanks to Nick for the tip. [via]
Available until Tuesday, 12th May 2015 @ 23:59 UTC:
- Wolfenstein: The Old Blood – unlock Health Upgrade I (£0.10)
- Wolfenstein: The Old Blood – unlock Freedom (£0.10)
- Wolfenstein: The Old Blood – unlock Revenge (£0.10)
- Wolfenstein: The Old Blood – unlock Old Town Nightmare (£0.20)
Saw Avengers over the weekend, and thought that this would be appropriate. Probably my favourite LEGO game to date as well. As Smosh put it in their description, 'based on a toy that teaches kids patience, creativity, and construction comes the game that teaches kids instant-gratification, button mashing, and destruction!'
Happy Star Wars Day, folks! Considering the date, here's one of the finest video game/Star Wars mashups I've ever seen. It's a bit of an oldie (in Internet years, at least) but it's still absolute gold. Hats off to the fantastic James Farr.
The pop cultural references are strong with this one.
Check out our Top Five Best Star Wars games feature here, and May the Fourth be with you, always!
For the next 48 hours, we've got 70% off the Mac versions of both LEGO Star Wars: The Complete Saga, and LEGO Star Wars: Episode III – The Clone Wars.
User reviews are vitally important, and such useful feedback should be rewarded. That's why, at the start of every month going forwards, we'll be choosing ten of the best reviews from the first week and letting the community vote on the best ones for a chance to win up to £30 credit.
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Do the Friday dance, folks! The weekend is so close we can taste it, and that means new Staff Picks for you!
Available until Friday, 8th May 2015 @ 23:59 UTC:
- WWE 2K15 – unlock My path starts here (£0.10)
- WWE 2K15 – unlock Now that's Hardcore! (£0.10)
- WWE 2K15 – unlock Gas tank never on empty (£0.10)
- WWE 2K15 – unlock Redbox Big Moment (£0.10)
- WWE 2K15 – unlock King of Swing (£0.10)
Let's face it, Ryse: Son of Rome is basically the Gladiator game we all desperately wanted. It's gorgeous, gory, and extremely gratifying if what you really fancy doing after a hard day is hacking barbarians up with a pilum.
Given how Scorpion and Sub-Zero manage to bury the hatchet in the latest game, I can totally see this happening. [via]
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Available until Thursday, 7th May 2015 @ 23:59 UTC:
- Shadowrun Chronicles: Boston Lockdown – unlock Classic Enabler (£0.10)
- Shadowrun Chronicles: Boston Lockdown – unlock Overachiever (£0.10)
- Shadowrun Chronicles: Boston Lockdown – unlock Slot Machine! (£0.20)
Mac's back! Up to 75% off on SimCity 4 Deluxe, RollerCoaster Tycoon 3 Platinum, Fahrenheit Remastered
First up, it's Fahrenheit: Indigo Prophecy Remastered. Quantic Dream's early effort isn't quite as refined as Heavy Rain, but it's more of a fit for the cinematic genre than Beyond: Two Souls, and the multiple protagonist approach suits the engrossing narrative very nicely indeed. If you like you games stuffed with branching storylines and player-driven narrative choice, this is a classic.