This week’s best game deals: An Easter feast of cheap games

Matt Sayer 10 April 2017 NEWS

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This Easter, it's time to get your stealth on.

Each week, finder searches for the best game deals in Australia. This week, the Easter Bunny is bringing some sweet deals to satisfy all tastebuds.

Right on Target

Just a lone deal at Target this week, but it's a good one: Deus Ex: Mankind Divided for a mere $20. We loved Mankind Divided's superb stealth when we reviewed it last year, deeming it a stellar follow-up to 2011's Human Revolution. If you want to grab yourself a copy, you'll need to hurry, though, as the PS4 version has already sold out, and there are only a few copies of the Xbox One version left.

Hardly normal deals at Harvey Norman

Harvey Norman isn't typically the first port of call for video game deals, but this week ol' Harv's has dropped the price on two of last year's marquee titles. For $29, you can grab yourself a copy of Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare or Mafia III, two games with surprisingly well-told single-player campaigns. In-store pickup is free, as is shipping to many suburbs Australia-wide.

Title Platform Discounted price
Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare PS4/Xbox One/PC $29
Mafia III PS4/Xbox One $29

Easter treats at The Gamesmen

The Gamesmen's Easter catalogue is out, and with it comes bargains sweeter than any Cadbury Crème egg. Dishonored 2 for $20? An absolute steal, as the 9.5 we gave it last year is testament to. Just don't forget the $6.95 postage fee, unless you're within driving distance of The Gamesmen's Penshurst, NSW store.

Title Platform Discounted Price
Dishonored 2 PS4/Xbox One $20
Xenoblade Chronicles X Wii U $39.95
Homefront: The Revolution PS4 $9.95

Check out The Gamesmen's ebay store

Bombin' Bargains

The year is almost halfway done, and Beat the Bomb is celebrating our civilisation's continued survival with a mid-year games sale. Nintendo fans in particular should give it a look, with games like Yo-Kai Watch and Hyrule Warriors: Legends receiving the kinds of discounts Nintendo software rarely gets. We've picked out the best deals below:

Title Platform Discounted price
Mario Tennis Open 3DS $14.99 + $2.95 shipping
Watch Dogs 2 PS4/Xbox One $37.99 + $2.95 shipping
The Last Guardian PS4 $29.99 + $2.95 shipping
Hyrule Warriors: Legends 3DS $29.99 + $2.95 shipping
Yo-Kai Watch 3DS $37.99 + $2.95 shipping

Check out Beat the Bomb's Mid-Year Game Sale

PlayStation Celebration

The PSN Store is throwing a huge Easter sale with hundreds of games going for half-price and even less. All discounts are equal for PS+ and non-PS+ users, which is good news for those who've yet to sign up for the service. The sale runs until April 20th, and includes deals for PS4, PS3, and PS Vita. We've dug through them all to find the bargains most deserving of your hard-earned cash:

PS4

Title Original price Discounted price
Yakuza 0 $99.95 $47.95
Rise of the Tomb Raider $84.95 $30.95
Batman: Arkham Knight $69.95 $19.45
Dirt Rally $84.95 $24.95
Mirror's Edge Catalyst $47.95 $14.95
Dragon Age: Inquisition $24.95 $11.95
Project CARS $39.95 $17.95
Far Cry Primal $59.95 $24.95
Unravel $29.95 $7.55
Wolfenstein: The Old Blood $39.95 $7.55
Stories: The Path of Destinies $16.45 $5.95

PS3

Title Original Price Discounted Price
BioShock Infinite: Complete Collection $69.95 $13.45
Just Cause 2 $22.95 $4.55
Metro: Last Light $17.95 $5.95
Batman: Arkham Collection $44.95 $16.95
Catherine $24.95 $4.55
The Darkness II $17.95 $4.55

PS Vita

Title Original Price Discounted Price
Volume (cross-buy with PS4) $26.95 $8.95
Crypt of the Necrodancer (cross-buy with PS4) $23.95 $7.55
Downwell (cross-buy with PS4) $7.55 $2.95
Persona 4 Golden $14.95 $7.55
Zero Escape: Zero Time Dilemma $59.95 $22.95
Drinkbox Vita Collection (inc. Guacamelee, Mutant Blobs Attack, Severed) $37.95 $11.95

EB Games

EB Games is still running its 2-for sales, and you can check out all our recommendations from last week. You might want to move fast, though, since with no fixed end date, the sale could wrap up at any time.

Big W sale

Big W's cracking 20% off gaming sale is live for just a few more days, so you'll want to race over to our list of the best deals quick-smart if you want to score yourself a bargain. What stock is left will remain on sale until Wednesday, so hop to it!

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