This week’s best game deals: Making way for E3

Matt Sayer 13 June 2017


Unleash your inner bargain hunter with deep discounts on Horizon: Zero Dawn, Titanfall 2, and more.

Each week, finder searches for the best game deals in Australia. This week, a public holiday and the kick-off of E3 2017 hasn't stopped the bargains from dropping as fast as the average temperature.

The Dark Knight rises again... again

Rumour has it The Dark Knight might be making a sneaky return at E3 this year. What better way to prepare than to revisit the games that put Batman back in gaming's good graces after decades of hokey movie tie-ins? As luck would have it, Ozgameshop is selling Batman: Return to Arkham for just $32 this week, scoring you both Batman: Arkham Asylum and Batman: Arkham City on either PS4 or Xbox One. Sharpen those Batarangs and stock up on explosive gel, 'cause this Joker ain't joking around.

TitlePlatformsDiscounted Price
Batman: Return to ArkhamPS4/Xbox One$31.98 delivered
Steins;Gate ZeroPS4$24.98 delivered
Total War: Warhammer - Old World EditionPC$39.58 delivered
Tekken 7 Collector's EditionXbox One/PC$179.99 delivered

Plunge into the briny blue

Confession time: I'm not the biggest fan of the ocean. I know, I know, what kind of Aussie am I if I'm not chomping at the bit to head down to the beach and go for a swim? That aside, I do enjoy the occasional dip into the virtual ocean, making this week's Humble Bundle especially appealing. There's no pay-what-you-want tier for this one, but for a little over $13, you can grab the peaceful Journey-like ABZU, the jet-ski racer Riptide GP: Renegade, the post-apocalyptic explorer Submerged, and a whole lot more. Stuff my hydrophobia—I'm diving in.

Pay $10 USD ($13.28 AUD) or more

  • ABZU
  • Brothers – A Tale of Two Sons
  • Aquaria
  • UnderWater Adventure
  • Riptide GP: Renegade
  • Submerged
  • Guns of Icarus Online
  • NEO AQUARIUM – The King of Crustaceans
  • World of Diving
  • Columns
  • Columns 3

Dive into the Humble Oceans Day Bundle here

Robot dinosaurs are the best kind of dinosaurs

If you pick up one deal this week, you'll want to make it this one. Target has dropped the phenomenal Horizon: Zero Dawn down to a dirt-cheap $39.00 with click and collect, which is even more impressive considering the game's been $60+ everywhere up to this point. If Horizon's untimely launch alongside the equally stellar The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, now's the perfect time to get your robot dinosaur hunting on.

TitlePlatformsShippingPrice (in-store)Total Price (delivered)
Horizon: Zero DawnPS4$9.00$39.00$48.00
Uncharted 4: A Thief's EndPS4$9.00$27.00$36.00
PreyPS4/Xbox One$9.00$55.00$64.00
Mass Effect: AndromedaPS4/Xbox One$9.00$49.00$58.00
Wipeout Omega CollectionPS4$9.00$39.00$48.00
Ghost Recon: WildlandsPS4/Xbox One$9.00$39.00$48.00

Dino deals redux

You've got to love price-matching. Following Target's lead, JB's dropped Horizon: Zero Dawn to $39 and one-upped the deal with its far cheaper $1.69 delivery fee. If you can't get to a physical Target or JB store, or you've got a JB Hi-Fi gift card you've been waiting to use, this is likely to be best price you're going to see on Horizon for some time.

TitlePlatformsShippingPrice (in-store)Total Price (delivered)
Horizon: Zero DawnPS4$1.69$39.00$40.69
Diablo III Battle ChestPC$1.69$24.00$25.69
Starcraft II Battle ChestPC$1.69$29.00$30.69

It's Bruce Wayne's time to shine

If you're in the mood for a more pensive Batman adventure than The Dark Knight's brutal return to Arkham, British retailer is selling the narrative adventure Batman: The Telltale Series on PS4 for a mere $19.78 delivered this week. In it, you swap between both Bruce Wayne and the Bats, with the choices you make as one affecting the story for the other. Unfortunately, there's no option to get sloshed as Bruce and play a hungover Batman, which seems like a sorely missed opportunity in my book.

TitlePlatformsDiscounted Price
Batman: The Telltale SeriesPS4$19.78 delivered
Yonder: The Cloud Capture Chronicles (pre-order for July 25th)PS4$26.63 delivered
XCOM 2PS4/Xbox One$29.94 delivered
Puyo Puyo TetrisPS4$33.32 delivered

To Infinity and Beyond

In the world of PC gaming, EA's Origin service tends to get the cold shoulder from Steam users, but this week's Infinity Gaming sale could change that. Headlined by the wall-running, mech-piloting shooter Titanfall 2, I might just have to dust off my Origin account for these deals:

TitlePlatformDiscounted Price
Titanfall 2PC$26.66
Battlefield 1PC$35.99
Mass Effect: AndromedaPC$44.99
The Sims 4PC$39.99

Browse the Infinite Gaming Sale at Origin

Go 4K with PlayStation 4 Pro
PlayStation 4 500GB Console
Amazon AU
$439.95: PlayStation 4 Slim 500GB

Play for days

Sony's Days of Play sale has started, and PlayStation Store has wasted no time dropping the deals on some of the latest PS4 games. Whether you're after the heart-wrenching war story of Battlefield 1 or the physics-bending antics of Gravity Rush 2, there's plenty to keep you busy as you count down the days to E3.

TitlePlatformDiscounted Price
Battlefield 1PS4$39.95
Mass Effect: AndromedaPS4$47.95
Titanfall 2PS4$30.95
Watch Dogs 2PS4$30.95
Ratchet and ClankPS4$30.95
The Last GuardianPS4$30.95
The Last of Us: Left BehindPS4$5.95
Gravity Rush 2PS4$54.95

Check out the full Days of Play sale at PlayStation Store

It's never too late for a bargain

In case you missed it last week, Green Man Gaming, EB Games, and Harvey Norman are all running sales you can still get in on. You can find our top picks for the Green Man Gaming sale here, for the EB Games sale here, and for the Harvey Norman sale here.

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