This week’s cheap game deals: Beyond Good and Evil is absolutely free

Thomas Duff 10 October 2016

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Call of Duty: Black Ops III receives heavy discount and Beyond Good and Evil is completely free.

Every week, finder dives deep into the darkest recesses of the internet to bring you the very best bounties in Australia. This week, Beyond Good and Evil is absolutely free and Call of Duty: Black Ops III is ridiculously cheap.

Xbox One

Here are the week’s best Xbox One deals in Australia.

One Piece: Burning Blood

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Do you like Mr Fantastic, Pirates and Japanese Anime? If so, you've probably already watched One Piece in its entirety.

One Piece: Burning Blood is a 1-on-1 fighting game where players can pick a team of three characters from the One Piece series. Players can switch between each character on their team whenever they want, which adds a level of tactical thinking similar to games such as Marvel vs Capcom. If you love One Piece, you should definitely pick this game up.

OzGameShop is currently selling One Piece: Burning Blood for $49.59, which is a saving of $12.40.

Check out One Piece: Burning Blood at ozgameshop

PlayStation 4

Here are the week’s best PlayStation 4 deals.

Grand Theft Auto 5

I don’t know whether I really need to introduce this franchise, or even this particular game. It is Grand Theft Auto 5. It is amazing. You steal cars, cause mayhem and just generally have a fantastic time. The online portion of this game is ridiculously fun and even though it has been years since its release Rockstar still pumps out new (and free) content  regularly.

Amazon is currently selling Grand Theft Auto 5 for $51.15, which is a saving of $28.80.

Check out Amazon's deal on GTA V

Call of Duty: Black Ops III

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Love it or hate it, you can’t deny the popularity and impact the Call of Duty franchise has had on the gaming industry, and the series is not showing any signs of slowing down.

Call of Duty: Blacks Ops III was one of the most anticipated Call of Duty releases in a long time. Fans loved the original Black Ops and its sequel and they were not disappointed with the third instalment. Offering a crazy campaign, a new zombie mode and more of the fast-paced, addictive multiplayer, Call of Duty: Black Ops III pleases fans with more of what they love.

Amazon is currently selling Call of Duty: Black Ops III for $36.65, which is a saving of $43.30.

Check out Amazon's deal on Call of Duty: Black Ops III

PC

Here are the week’s best PC deals in Australia

Beyond Good and Evil

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I don’t know about you, but I believe that free games are almost always the best games.

Ubisoft is doing something similar to the Games for Gold and PlayStation Plus campaigns, but for PC gamers. Each month it provides gamers with a free game from some of its biggest franchises. This month, Ubisoft is giving away the cult-classic Beyond Good and Evil. If you haven’t played this game, I highly recommend grabbing it.

Beyond Good and Evil will be completely free for registered Ubisoft Club members from 12 October from Ubisoft Club.

Other

Gaming T-Shirts

EB Games is selling a wide range of shirts from loads of franchises at a steal. The games available include but are not limited to Warcraft, Overwatch, Fallout 4 and Doom. Each franchise has several different t-shirt designs and comes in various sizes. You can currently pick up 3 shirts of your choice for $20.

Disney Infinity 3.0 Figurines

Gamers love collectibles and I love generalising. But, it is true. Whether it is a key-chain, T-shirt or a statue, gamers want their favourite franchise to be prevalent outside of the virtual world. And, people LOVE Disney. This is dangerous.

Disney Infinity is a game that preys on gamers and children’s love for toys and collectables. I imagine that heaps of Disney executives gathered in an evil tower where they come up with their most evil ideas that will drain the wallets of the consumer. These meetings led to Disney Infinity, a game where you collect statues from famous Disney franchises, including Star Wars, and you use these statues to play as those characters and unlock new areas.

The clamps were recently put on the Disney Infinity franchise, which is a real shame, because the figures are a quality far above the more successful Skylanders line.

JB Hi Fi is currently selling Disney Infinity 3.0 statues and Power Disc Packs for $5 each.

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