This week’s best game deals: Personas, assassins and bare-chested plumbers

Matt Sayer 6 November 2017 NEWS


The year might be wrapping up but the bargains are far from over.

Each week, finder searches for the best game deals in Australia. This week, PS4 players can get stylish with the slick Persona 5, Xbox One owners can take a trip back to the '60s with Mafia III and the tiny fraction of Nintendo Switch gamers that haven't picked up Super Mario Odyssey yet can rectify that on the cheap.


EB Games is kicking the holidays off early this year with its Christmas pre-owned sale, clearing out titles like the classic-style RPG Torment: Tides of Numenera for $24, the extreme winter sports game Steep for $28 and the remastered Final Fantasy XII for $37, all delivered. Ozgameshop, meanwhile, has dropped the eminently stylish JRPG Persona 5 down to just $44, an all-time low for the massive game.

Check out this week's best PS4 deals below:

Title Retailer Discounted price
Torment: Tides of Numenera (p/o) EB Games eBay $23.95
Flatout 4: Total Insanity Ozgameshop $26.98
Steep (p/o) EB Games eBay $27.95
The Surge Ozgameshop $29.98
Resident Evil 7: Biohazard Ozgameshop $31.98
Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age (p/o) EB Games eBay $36.95
Persona 5 Ozgameshop $43.99
Crash Bandicoot N.Sane Trilogy Ozgameshop $44.99
Assassin's Creed Origins Big W $64.00
Call of Duty: WWII Big W $64.00

Xbox One

For $20 delivered, at EB Games this week a pre-owned copy of Mafia III will give you a chance to burn around the faux-New Orleans city of New Bordeaux in a '60s muscle car blasting Paint It Black, and that's totally worth it in my books. If that doesn’t grab you, Big W has the latest Call of Duty for a solid $64 out of the gate.

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

Title Retailer Discounted price
Mafia III (p/o) EB Games eBay $19.95
Flatout 4: Total Insanity Ozgameshop $26.98
The Surge Ozgameshop $29.98
Assassin's Creed Origins Big W $64.00
Call of Duty: WWII Big W $64.00

Nintendo Switch

If you own a Switch and aren't already knee-deep into Super Mario Odyssey, you can remedy that for a very reasonable $62.49 from British retailer Base this week. With many proclaiming Odyssey the best Mario game since Super Mario 64, that's a price well worth paying.

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

Title Retailer Discounted price
Super Mario Odyssey Base $62.49
Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 Ozgameshop $62.99
FIFA 18 Ozgameshop $69.99


It's strategy week for PC gamers, with Humble Bundle dishing out deals on the excellent city-builder Cities: Skylines and the acclaimed empire management title Crusader Kings II. Green Man Gaming is also getting in on the bargains, with all three Dungeon Siege RPGs bundled together for a measly $5.23.

Check out this week's best PC deals below:

Title Retailer Discounted price
Dungeon Siege Collection (incl. Dungeon Siege I, II and III) Green Man Gaming $5.23
Magicka 2 Humble Bundle $6.65
Cities: Skylines Humble Bundle $9.79
Disgaea PC Green Man Gaming $10.38
Crusader Kings II Humble Bundle $13.06

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