This week’s cheap game deals: Discounts on Diablo 3 and Dead by Daylight

Thomas Duff 19 December 2016 NEWS


Celebrate the festive season by scaring yourself silly.

Finder has searched far and wide to bring you the best gaming deals currently available in Australia. This week, Diablo 3 and Dead by Daylight receive heavy discounts and Watch Dogs 2 is under $70.00.

PlayStation 4

These are the week’s best PlayStation 4 deals.


In recent years, the appeal of the hero genre has become more prevalent within the gaming community. Titles such as Team Fortress 2, League of Legends and Overwatch have helped propel these games from niche status into the mainstream.

Battleborn brought this explosive trend to consoles (before Overwatch). The
Gearbox developed title has a wide and diverse range of heroes to choose from. Each hero has its own distinctive play style and special abilities.

Ozgameshop is currently selling Battleborn for $15.75, which is a saving of $47.24.

Take a break from Overwatch

Watch Dogs 2

I remember a time when gamers looked at the original Watch Dogs with naked greed in our eyes. This title offered a hacking mechanic unlike any we had ever played before. We begun to imagine the destruction and chaos we could cause with such talents. Unfortunately, our imagination got the better of us and the game showed nearly all it had to offer in the first few hours of play.

Luckily, Watch Dogs 2 learned from the previous games mistakes. Instead, the latest entry offers a more polished title with fun-loving characters and a world where anything can be hacked.

Big W is currently selling Watch Dogs 2 for $64.00, which is a saving of $21.00.

Xbox One

These are the week’s best Xbox One deals.

Diablo 3

I am not an outdoorsy type. My skin is too pale and I burn easily. So, if I ever want to explore vast, complicated underground structures, my options are very limited. Thankfully, Diablo provides me with an outlet that doesn’t involve getting out of my chair.

The Diablo games are an extremely famous and popular fantasy/dungeon crawler trilogy. Players can choose from a variety of classes, each with their own strengths, weakness and demon-thrashing abilities.

Explore a dark and dangerous world filled with deadly enemies and diabolical monsters with Diablo: Reaper of Souls Ultimate Evil Edition, the expanded version of Diablo 3.

Big W is currently selling Diablo: Reaper of Souls Ultimate Evil Edition for $10.00, which is a saving of $45.00.

Deus Ex: Mankind Divided Collectors Edition

Video games often advertise that players can tackle any obstacle or mission from any angle. They don't always live up to this and often end up funnelling you down one of two paths. Deus Ex is a game that legitimately nails this concept.

Deus Ex Mankind Divided reignited our love for claustrophobic stealth when it released back in August.

For the avid Deus Ex fan, there is the collector’s edition of the game. This package comes with loads of goodies including a 9” Adam Jensen figurine and a 48-page art book.

Ozgameshop is currently selling Deus Ex: Mankind Divided Collectors Edition for $127.49, which is a saving of $22.50.

Augment your week with Deus Ex: Mankind Divided


These are the week’s best Nintendo deals.

Pokémon Moon

“Gotta catch 'em all” has been the mantra of young gamers over two decades.

For some reason, catching creatures against their will and using them to fight other beasts resonates with the youth.

Pokémon Moon is the latest entry in the iconic and wildly popular Pokémon series and offers a brand new adventure in an all-new part of the Pokémon universe. Gamers get to explore the new Alola region which features waves of new Pokémon and a few twists on some old favourites.

Target is selling Pokémon Moon for $49.00, which is $10.00 cheaper than most retailers.

Inazuma Eleven Go Shadow

Inazuma offers players a unique gameplay experience that seamlessly combines the odd couple RPG and sport. When you are not exploring the world the developers have created, you control a team of soccer players and participate in extremely tense matches.

Big W is selling Inazuma Eleven Go Shadow for $35.00, which is a saving of $24.95.


These are the week’s best PC games.

Baldur's Gate 4 in 1 box set

When writers and gamers discuss genre-defining titles, the Baldur’s Gate franchise is almost always guaranteed a mention.

An early title from the folks at Bioware (Mass Effect: Andromeda), Baldur's Gate mastered many hallmarks of RPG games, like dialogue choices and companions.

The Baldur’s Gate 4 in 1 Box Set includes both Baldur’s Gate one and two, and their respective expansions.

Ozgameshop is currently selling The Baldur’s Gate 4 in 1 Box Set for $13.49, which is a saving of $4.50.

Catch up on a classic today


Dead by Daylight

Many horror movie fans have extremely fond feelings towards the slasher genre. A silent monster slaying waves of teenagers somehow manages to capture the hearts and minds of audiences year in, year out.

Dead by Daylight offers players a traditional slasher experience in a video game package. The title is a multiplayer game where you assume the role of either one of four teenagers, or the gigantic killer. The teenagers work together to escape the killer's grasp, whilst the killer does what a killer does best and kills.

Steam is currently selling Dead by Daylight for $19.17, which is a saving of $8.22.

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