This week’s game deals: FIFA 17 is available at a dirt-cheap price

Thomas Duff 4 October 2016 NEWS


The latest PS Plus games have been revealed and FIFA 17 is currently available for a very good price.

Every week, finder scours the deepest corners of the internet to bring you the very best gaming deals in Australia. This week, PlayStation Plus reveal all of the games available for download this month and Big W is currently selling FIFA 17 below the standard RRP.


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



FIFA is one of the greatest games ever created.That's a big call, sure. But nothing gets me as passionate, or as frustrated, as FIFA.

The latest release in the annual franchise make subtle changes that polishes how the game plays overall. New inclusions are ‘The Journey’ mode, where you play as an up and coming football player. The fan-favourite "Ultimate Team" makes a return and has updated players and stats.

Big W is currently selling FIFA 17 for $69.

Deus Ex: Mankind Divided


Deus Ex is one of gaming’s most beloved franchises. The series plunges players into a world full of conspiracies, espionage and cybernetic augmentations. The latest entry continues to provide players with a deep and rewarding experience.

Similar to many games in the previous generations, the release of Deus Ex: Mankind Divided offered a collector’s edition. Included was the full-game, a limited edition steel book, a 48-page titan art book, a black and gold “prism” box, and a 9” Adam Jensen figurine.

OzGameShop is currently selling Deus Ex: Mankind Divided Collectors Edition for $134.99, which is a saving of $15.00.


Here are the week’s best deals for PlayStation 4.

PS Plus October

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Another month has passed. You know what that means? FREE GAMES! Sony has officially announced its lineup of free PlayStation Plus games in October.

October is the month of spooky and scary things. So, Sony decided to include one of the best and scariest games ever released on consoles, Resident Evil HD. This game is awesome and will tide players over until Resident Evil 7 drops. If you are not into scary things, Transformers: Devastation is also up for grabs.

These games will be available for free from 4 Octoberth. Remember, you must have a PS Plus account in order to download these games.

Lone Survivor

Keeping with the theme of spooky and scary, Sony has heavily discounted one of the best horror games from this generation, Lone Survivor.

In this Silent Hill-influenced horror title, players take control of a masked protagonist who must escape a city that has been consumed by disease and populated by twisted monsters. All is not as seems and your sanity will constantly be questioned.

Lone Survivor: The Director’s Cut is currently available on PSN for $7.55, which is a saving of $7.40.


Here are the week’s best PC deals in Australia.


Remember when zombies were in every aspect of pop culture? That was a weird time.

The folks over at Deep Silver developed an extremely fun series of games called Dead Island. It threw players into a world where humanity is scare and zombies roam the landscape. Everything isn’t quite as dire as it sounds; players will be able to create loads of cool weapons to battle the zombie horde.

OzGameShop is currently selling Dead Island: Definitive Edition, which includes both Dead Island and Dead Island: Riptide, for $20.00. That is a saving of $19.99.

Princess Maker 2 Refine

You can always trust you PC to deliver some weird and wonderful titles that are visibly absent on consoles.

One of those wonderful titles I spoke of is Princess Maker 2 Refine. What do you do in this game? Well, you raise a young girl into adulthood. This kind of responsibility scares me. Players have complete freedom over how they raise their child, but each choice they make will heavily influence what type of person your offspring will become.

Steam is currently selling Princess Maker 2 Refine for $21.43, which is a saving of $5.36.

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