This week’s best game deals: Destinies, strange storms and American trucks

Matt Sayer 4 September 2017 NEWS


If you've got your eye on the latest new releases, we've got the deals for you.

Each week, finder searches for the best game deals in Australia. This week, PS4 players welcome back Knack, Xbox One owners seize control of their Destiny and PC gamers learn how to Prey.


"Mankind Divided" is a sadly relatable sentiment these days, so what better time to discover the dystopian future we're spiralling into? Nihilistic humour aside, Deus Ex: Mankind Divided remains a thrilling stealth-action game that you should definitely check out for the $16 it's going for at Ozgameshop this week.

TitlePlatformDiscounted price
Deus Ex: Mankind Divided Day One EditionPS4/Xbox One$15.98 delivered
Halo 5: GuardiansXbox One$20.98 delivered

Big W

Big W is the place to go this week if you're looking to check out the latest new releases. The retailer is offering some primo prices on games coming out this very week, including the co-op platformer Knack 2 and the much-anticipated sci-fi shooter Destiny 2.

TitlePlatformDiscounted price
Knack 2PS4$42.00
Everybody's GolfPS4$45.00
Lego WorldsNintendo Switch$49.00
Destiny 2PS4/Xbox One$64.00

Mighty Ape

Cats are cool, but you know what's even better? Cats that can control gravity. If my cats could flip the world upside-down and run across walls the way Dusty does in Gravity Rush 2, I'd have a blast cavorting with them around the house – although it'd probably make cleaning up after them an even bigger nightmare than it is now. Maybe I'll just stick with picking up Gravity Rush 2 from Mighty Ape since it's on sale for $49 this week.

TitlePlatformDiscounted price
Call of Duty: Infinite WarfarePS4$24.99 delivered
Street Fighter VPS4$26.99 delivered
Gravity Rush 2PS4$48.99 delivered
Resident Evil 7: BiohazardPS4$48.99 delivered


While Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon are only a couple of months away, that's plenty of time to tour the islands of Alola and catch 'em all in the original Pokémon Moon, which you can snap up for less than $40 delivered this week from British retailer Base. Considering Pokémon X and Y are still going for full price despite coming out well before Sun and Moon, you probably won't find either Sun or Moon much cheaper than this for a long time.

TitlePlatformDiscounted price
Batman: The Telltale SeriesPS4$18.99 delivered
Mafia IIIPS4/Xbox One$28.52 delivered
Final Fantasy X/X-2 HDPS4$28.68 delivered
SteepPS4$35.25 delivered
Pokémon Moon3DS$39.90 delivered

Humble Bundle

I don't think I could be a truck driver in real life – all those endless horizons and motel stay overs would drive me bonkers. Still, there's something soothing about truckin' it up in American Truck Simulator, hauling cargo across a miniaturised version of the American Southwest while listening to the best and worst of Internet radio. At less than $13 in this week's Humble Jumbo Bundle 9, along with other stellar titles like rafting survival game The Flame in the Flood and the gangly physics sandbox Human: Fall Flat, I recommend donning your trucker's cap, filling your thermos and settling in for a long drive.

Pay US$1.00 (AUD$1.26) or more

  • The Flame in the Flood
  • Infested Planet
  • Human: Fall Flat

Beat the average (currently US$5.11/AUD$6.41)

  • Verdun
  • Samarost 3
  • Warhammer: End Times - Vermintide
  • More games to come

Pay more than US$10.00 (AUD$12.60)

  • American Truck Simulator

Haul over to Humble Bundle for your truckin' fix

PlayStation Store

If real life isn't horrific enough for you at the moment, why not dive into one of the creepiest games of the last few years? Resident Evil 7: Biohazard is PlayStation Store's deal of the week, and for $39.95, it's sure to provide you with plenty of nightmare fuel to mull over while you're lying in bed wondering whether the sound you just heard was a tree branch clawing your window or something worse.

Green Man Gaming

Not only is the excellent sci-fi adventure Prey on sale for the cheapest it's ever been at Green Man Gaming this week, the follow-up to one of my favourite games of all time is available at a sweet 15% discount. If you're even half as excited for Life is Strange: Before the Storm as I am, that's a hell of a good deal.

Prices converted from USD to AUD

TitleDiscounted price
Life is Strange: Before the Storm$21.32

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