This week’s best game deals: Mo’ Destiny, mo’ bargains

Matt Sayer 23 October 2017 NEWS


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Each week, finder searches for the best game deals in Australia. This week, PS4 players can wind back the clock with two cheap remasters, Xbox One owners can use the Force to find themselves a blasting bargain and Nintendo Switchers can become the Batman on the go.


PS4 owners lamenting the lack of Link on Sony's console can find some solace this week by scoring a cheap pre-order on the upcoming HD re-release of Okami, one of the closest Zelda-like experiences available outside of a Nintendo system. It might not be Breath of the Wild, but for less than $25 delivered from British retailer Base, it's a gorgeous adventure well worth your time. If that doesn't grab you, though, maybe Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age for less than $35 will?

Check out this week's PS4 deals below:

Title Retailer Discounted price
Okami HD (Pre-order for 12 December) Base $24.95
Resident Evil 7: Biohazard Ozgameshop $31.98
Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age Base $34.40
Yakuza Kiwami Base $36.12
Dirt 4 Ozgameshop $40.98
Marvel vs Capcom: Infinite Ozgameshop $50.99
Destiny 2 Ozgameshop $56.99

Xbox One

It's a great time of the year to be a Star Wars fan, with both The Last Jedi and Star Wars Battlefront 2 mere weeks away from release. To help get in the mood, you can snap up the ultimate edition of the first Star Wars Battlefront containing all the DLC for a measly $7.49 at Microsoft Store this week. That's a small price to pay for the chance to hunt down Rebel scum on Hoth and zip through the forest of Endor on a speeder bike.

Check out this week's Xbox One deals below:

Title Retailer Discounted price
Star Wars Battlefront - Ultimate Edition Microsoft Store $7.49
The Surge Base $22.84
Okami HD Base $24.95
Pro Evolution Soccer 2017 Base $23.75
Resident Evil 7: Biohazard Ozgameshop $31.98
Agents of Mayhem Ozgameshop $34.98
Dirt 4 Ozgameshop $40.98
Destiny 2 Ozgameshop $56.99

Nintendo Switch

Telltale Games finally revealed the Nintendo Switch release date for the first season of its Batman adventure game series this week, pinning down a 17 November launch date for Batman: The Telltale Series. If you're eager to don the cowl of The Dark Knight, you can lay down a pre-order for less than $35 over at British retailer Base and ensure that whatever malicious plans The Joker has in store this time, you'll be ready for them.

Check out this week's Nintendo Switch deals below:

Title Retailer Discounted price
Batman: The Telltale Series Season One (pre-order for 17 November) Base $34.72
LEGO The Ninjago Movie: Videogame Base $54.26


Are you an aspiring architect? A trucker-to-be? An up-and-coming race car driver? This week's PC deals cover all three virtual professions, with city-builder Cities: Skylines going for less than $9 at Green Man Gaming, while long-hauler American Truck Simulator and speed demon F1 2017 are on sale for $12.74 and $53.54 respectively over at Humble Bundle.

Check out this week's PC deals below:

Title Retailer Discounted price
Cities: Skylines Green Man Gaming $8.64
Think of the Children Humble Bundle $10.82
American Truck Simulator Humble Bundle $12.74
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt - GOTY Edition Humble Bundle $25.49
F1 2017 Humble Bundle $53.54
Destiny 2 JB Hi-Fi $59.00

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