This week’s best game deals: Singing Santas, explosive golf balls and superhero showdowns

Matt Sayer 11 September 2017

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Shoot and loot to your heart's content with these bountiful bargains.

Each week, finder.com.au searches for the best game deals in Australia. This week, we're giving our round-up a redesign to make it easier for you to find the deals you care about. Bargains are grouped under the systems they're for, so just pick your platform of choice and let the savings flow over you.

PS4

Had your eye on Destiny 2? Then you'll want to shuffle on down to Big W and snap it up for just $64. Or maybe you're looking for a way to vent the stresses of the work day by smashing a mansion full of expensive statues and ornamentation into smithereens? If so, then Dangerous Golf is definitely worth plonking down $7.55 for in PlayStation Store.

Missed out on the stirring war-time story told in Battlefield 1's single-player campaign? No worries; Harvey Norman's clearing out copies at just $30 this week, along with $20 bargains on the brilliant hack 'em up Watch Dogs 2 and the lovingly-authentic Mafia III.

Check out all this week's PS4 deals below:

TitleRetailerDiscounted price
Hitman GO: Definitive EditionPlayStation Store$4.55
Lara Croft GOPlayStation Store$4.55
The SwindlePlayStation Store$4.55
Dangerous GolfPlayStation Store$7.55
Steamworld HeistPlayStation Store$7.55
Mafia IIIHarvey Norman$20.00
Watch Dogs 2Harvey Norman$20.00
Battlefield 1Harvey Norman$30.00
Call of Duty: Black Ops IIIHarvey Norman$30.00
Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac AgeBase$35.01 delivered
Resident Evil 7: BiohazardBase$39.88 delivered
Yakuza Kiwami Steelbook EditionBase$40.03 delivered
Marvel vs Capcom: InfiniteBase$49.87 delivered
Warriors: All-StarsBase$49.87 delivered
Destiny 2Big W$64.00

Xbox One

If you've ever wondered what it feels like to be stalked, you can find out for just $12 this week by picking up Alien: Isolation from Microsoft Store. The sci-fi horror game never lets up as you skitter your way through its haunting environments, the deadly Xenomorph constantly breathing down your neck and waiting for you to let down your guard.

Too stressful for you? Maybe you'd prefer pitting Mega Man against Doctor Strange, or Frank West against Hulk, or Resident Evil's Chris Redfield against Iron Man? These are just a few of the wacky match-ups you can look forward to in Marvel vs Capcom: Infinite, which you can secure for just $50 at British retailer Base this week in advance of its release on 19 September.

Check out all this week's Xbox One deals below:

TitleRetailerDiscounted price
Tembo The Badass ElephantMicrosoft Store$4.99
Mega Man Legacy CollectionMicrosoft Store$9.10
Alien: IsolationMicrosoft Store$12.18
DmC: Devil May Cry Definitive EditionMicrosoft Store$13.18
Gears of War 4Ozgameshop$27.98 delivered
Mafia IIIHarvey Norman$20.00
Watch Dogs 2Harvey Norman$20.00
Battlefield 1Harvey Norman$30.00
Call of Duty: Black Ops IIIHarvey Norman$30.00
Marvel vs Capcom: InfiniteBase$49.87 delivered
Destiny 2Big W$64.00

Nintendo Switch

The virtual Lego sandbox we've been waiting for ever since Minecraft went big finally makes it to Nintendo Switch this week. Lego Worlds is a cracking craft 'em up full of the Lego games' trademark humour and overflowing with worlds to explore and extravagant creations to build. For $38 from British retailer Base, it's sure to keep your Switch running hot.

Check out all this week's Nintendo Switch deals below:

TitleRetailerDiscounted price
Lego WorldsBase$37.62 delivered
Unbox: Newbie's AdventureBase$39.12 delivered
Rayman LegendsOzgameshop$44.98 delivered

PC

Fancy a cheap trip through stellar hell? Trek on down to JB Hi-Fi and you can scoop up a copy of the superb sci-fi shooter Prey for a measly $34. With a rich world to explore and a vast range of powers to toy with, the BioShock-inspired voyage is well worth signing up for.

On the lighter side of world-ending horror, Frank West is ready to annihilate the undead with singing Santas and projectile swordfish in Dead Rising 4, on sale for a monstrously low $24 at Green Man Gaming. That's a lot of zombie mutilation for very little money.

Check out all this week's PC deals below:

TitleRetailerDiscounted price
Day of the Tentacle RemasteredHumble Store$3.71
Valkyria ChroniclesHumble Store$5.43
HacknetHumble Store$6.20
Batman: The Telltale SeriesHumble Store$7.75
Grim DawnHumble Store$12.41
Darkest DungeonHumble Store$12.41
Rocket LeagueGreen Man Gaming$14.79
Dead Rising 4Green Man Gaming$23.69
Tyranny: Commander EditionGreen Man Gaming$24.98
PreyJB Hi-Fi$34.00

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