This week’s cheap game deals: EB Games practically giving away Wii U games

Brodie Fogg 14 November 2016

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Kaiju-sized deals on Earth Defence Force 4.1 and AAA Wii U games.

Every week, finder searches far and wide for the very best video game deals in Australia. This week, EB Games makes way for the inevitable influx of Switch games, Pokémon Sun and Moon releases and Earth Defence Force 4.1 is selling for a steal on the PlayStation Store.

PS4

The week's best deals on PlayStation 4.

Dishonored 2

Dunwall's Royal Protector Corvo and Empress Emily Kaldwin return to be Dishonored all over again. This time around, the Dishonoring is bought you courtesy of Delilah Kaldwin, Emily's long-lost Aunt from Karnaca who has returned to seize the throne for herself.

Ozgameshop is currently selling a copy of Dishonored 2 with the Imperial Assassin DLC and Emily's handkerchief for $69.99.

Take back what's yours today

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Earth Defence Force 4.1: The Shadow of New Despair

Ready to annihilate kaiju with mech-powered suits and devastating artillery? Yeah you are. Earth Defence Force features nearly 100 missions of beast battling madness in single player and local/online co-op. With four unique classes to play as, including the all-new Fencer, there's never been a better time to join the ranks of EDF.

Save the world from rampaging monsters now


Xbox One

These are the best Xbox One deals in Australia this week.

Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare + Modern Warfare Remastered

Infinite Warfare's rough ride to release has been plagued by a poorly received trailer and hilarious trolling from the online community. Still, we've been looking forward to its space-bound combat ever since Infinity Ward's art director compared it to Top Gun.

Dick Smith is selling Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare for the out-of-this world price of $49.00.

Enter the danger zone today

Nintendo Wii U

These are the week's best deals on Nintendo Wii U.

EB Games Christmas Sales

It's beginning to feel a lot like Christmas. A little too like Christmas if you ask me. Yes, it's that time of the year when everyone (rightfully) begins decrying retail's eagerness to fill their halls with Buble. Look on the bright side, even if it is too early to start purchasing presents, at least you can take advantage of the sales for your own greedy purposes.

Always one to jump on the festive train early, EB Games has decided to clear out some Wii U stock and is currently selling super-cheap copies of AAA titles, like Mass Effect 3, Call of Duty: Black Ops II and Batman: Arkham City Armoured Edition, for next to nothing. The three titles mentioned are currently selling for $4 in-store.

Credit: Ozbargain 

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