This week’s game deals: Hearthstone has a deal on the cards

Thomas Duff 19 September 2016 NEWS

Download all of the Battlefield 4 DLC for free and grab the Hearthstone Welcome Bundle for dirt cheap.

Every week, finder scours the depths of the internet to find the very best gaming deals in Australia. This week, EA is giving away all of the Battlefield DLC for free and Blizzard is tempting wary players into the wonderful world of Hearthstone with a cheap Welcome Bundle.


Here are the week's best PC deals in Australia.

Hearthstone: Welcome Bundle

I love me some card games. It started with Yu-Gi-Oh! and as recently evolved into Magic: The Gathering. Another card game that is bloody awesome is Blizzard’s digital card game, Hearthstone.

Hearthstone is free-to-play, but keen players can purchase booster packs with additional cards if they’re willing to spend real-life money. To encourage new players to give the game a try and to get loads of cards at a cheap cost, Blizzard is offering a Welcome Bundle.

The Welcome Bundle includes ten Classic card packs of five cards each. Each pack contains at least one Rare quality card or maybe even something better. This will provide you with fifty cards with at least five rare cards to get you started.

The Hearthstone Welcome Bundle costs $6.49 and requires you to have Hearthstone.


Here are the week's best deals for Wii U owners.


GameCube Smash Pad

There is nothing quite like the classics and Nintendo makes some serious bank by selling to your nostalgia.

Wii U gamers who want to play Smash Bros., but long for the days of the GameCube, are having their prayers answered. EB is currently selling the Wii U GameCube Controller for super cheap. Unfortunately, you will still need to find the adaptor, but most Smash players already own one.

EB Games are selling the Wii U GameCube Controller for $23.00, which is a discount of $26.95.


Here are the week's best deals for PlayStation 4.


Battlefield 4: Free DLC

I’ve found that the best time to buy a Battlefield game is years after its release, mainly because of deals like the one below.

All of the DLC for Battlefield 4 is currently free. ALL OF IT! That is ridiculous. I have nothing left to say that we haven’t said already. Go and download it all and play some Battlefield 4.

Classic PS4 500GB

It seems that with the reveal of the PlayStation 4 Slim, retailers are desperately trying to get rid of their old stock. It is a beautiful time of year.

If you have been hesitant about buying a PlayStation 4, or you are trying to convince your friends to grab one, now is a great time to pick one up. JB Hi-Fi is currently selling a PlayStation 4 500GB at a low cost. Unfortunately, it doesn’t come with any games. But, with the money you saved you can go and grab the ones you actually want.

JB Hi-Fi is selling the PlayStation 4 500GB console for $339.


Here are the week's best Xbox deals in Australia.


Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain

*Ring, ring* Hello, Snake? I have got a mission for you. You’ve got to sneak into compound/facility and confront an maniacally evil person and their four equally evil comrades. There may or may not be a Metal Gear. But, there probably is.

Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain is the last Metal Gear game developed by Hideo Kojima.

It is a sad day to be alive. Set in a massive sandbox, you will sneak and shoot your way thr ough areas such as Afghanistan and Africa. You will follow Big Boss on his quest to restore his former base and army while chasing down the evil Skull Face.

Ozgameshop is currently selling Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain for $31.44, which is a discount of $5.55.

NHL 16

Hockey is a sport that people play. That is my total knowledge of this sport.

NHL 16 allows ice hockey fanatics to live out their favourite hockey games from the past. Players can choose from a large roster of teams to play and are able to play as every position in their team. Once you have honed your skills, you can go online and try to become the best NHL 16 player on Xbox One. A prestigious title.

Ozgameshop is selling NHL 16 for $39.64, which is a saving of $21.35.

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