This week’s best game deals: Uncharted legacies and new colossi

Matt Sayer 13 November 2017

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Whether you feel like raiding tombs or foiling Nazi empires, we've got just the deals for you.

Each week, finder searches for the best game deals in Australia. This week, PS4 players can join Aussie leading lady Chloe Frazer in Uncharted: The Lost Legacy, Xbox One owners can scratch another grub in Gears of War 4 and Nintendo Switch gamers can finally experience the joy of ripping and tearing with the relentlessly-brutal DOOM.


PS4

eBay's 20% off promo code "PREZZY" makes for a whole lot of sweet PS4 deals this week. $24 will get you the Banjo-Kazooie spiritual successor Yooka-Laylee or the chill space-faring adventure No Man's Sky, while $42 will get you a ticket for nostalgia with the crate-smashing Crash Bandicoot N.Sane Trilogy. If cars are more your thing and you don't mind a more-focused roster, you can also grab Gran Turismo Sport for a smidge under $60.

Check out this week's best PS4 deals below:

TitleRetailerDiscounted priceBuy it
Yooka-LayleeMighty Ape eBay$24.00 with promo code PREZZYGo to site
No Man's SkyMighty Ape eBay$24.00 with promo code PREZZYGo to site
Uncharted: The Lost LegacyAmazon$33.50 deliveredGo to site
Skyrim Special EditionMighty Ape eBay$35.20 with promo code PREZZYGo to site
Kingdom Hearts 2.8 Final Chapter HD PrologueMighty Ape eBay$38.40 with promo code PREZZYGo to site
Crash Bandicoot N.Sane TrilogyMighty Ape eBay$41.50 with promo code PREZZYGo to site
Marvel vs Capcom: InfiniteMighty Ape eBay$47.20 with promo code PREZZYGo to site
Wolfenstein II: The New ColossusBase$55.89Go to site
Gran Turismo SportThe Gamesmen eBay$59.60 with promo code PREZZYGo to site

Xbox One

If you've only just joined the Xbox ecosystem, what better way to celebrate than by picking up the latest games in two of the system's biggest franchises? Microsoft Store is bundling together Halo 5 and Gears of War 4 for a very reasonable $44.99, and if you haven't played either game, that's a whole lot of top-notch shooting for a good price. For those who prefer burnouts to bullets, Forza Horizon 3's spectacular take on Aussie hooning is down to $52, too.

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

TitleRetailerDiscounted priceBuy it
Yooka-LayleeMighty Ape eBay$24.00 with promo code PREZZYGo to site
Skyrim Special EditionMighty Ape eBay$35.20 with promo code PREZZYGo to site
Gears of War 4 + Halo 5 BundleMicrosoft Store$44.95Go to site
Forza Horizon 3Mighty Ape eBay$52.20 with promo code PREZZYGo to site
Wolfenstein II: The New ColossusBase$59.88Go to site

Nintendo Switch

Blood has been spilled, rituals have been performed and pacts have been made with the Devil, as the frantically-fast first-person shooter DOOM has somehow made its way to the Nintendo Switch. How the teams at id and Panic Button managed to cram the stunning shooter onto Nintendo's hardware remains as impressive as the game itself, and you can experience the technical accomplishment first-hand for just $60 this week thanks to British retailer Base.

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

TitleRetailerDiscounted priceBuy it
Gear.Club Unlimited (pre-order)Base$44.15Go to site
DOOMBase$59.88Go to site

PC

Fancy a trip to a dinosaur theme park without having to breathe in the scent of dino poop? Good news: you can snap up the charming LEGO Jurassic World for a mere $5.22 from Green Man Gaming this week and start riding, fighting and even inhabiting blocky T-Rexs from the odour-free comfort of your computer desk. Or you can attempt to answer the critical question of how long you'd survive in a zombie apocalypse by picking up H1Z1 for $15.65 as part of this month's Humble Monthly Bundle. Bright and cheerful or grim and deadly – take your pick.

Check out this week's best PC deals below:

TitleRetailerDiscounted priceBuy it
LEGO Jurassic WorldGreen Man Gaming$5.22Go to site
ThiefGreen Man Gaming$7.83Go to site
Cities: Skylines Deluxe EditionHumble Bundle$13.04Go to site
H1Z1 (via Humble Monthly)Humble Bundle$15.65Go to site
LEGO Star Wars The Force AwakensGreen Man Gaming$16.70Go to site
Watch Dogs 2EB Games$23.00

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