This week’s best game deals: 80% off Deus Ex Collection
The Deus Ex collection is selling for a measly $8 and Witcher fans can score The Witcher 3: Game of the Year Edition for cheap.
Every week, finder searches far and wide for the best gaming deals in Australia. This week, Deus Ex die-hards can get their hand on the back catalogue in the wake of Mankind Divided and those still holding out hope for the Wii U can pick up a bunch of classics for less than $30 each.
PS4 and Xbox One: The Witcher 3 GOTY Edition
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt has given us more than our fair share of adventures with Geralt and friends. If you were one of the sensible few who thought to hold out for the all-inclusive Game of the Year edition, your Witcher senses were on the money. The Game of the Year Edition is available from 30 August for just $53.99 and it includes not only the sprawling main game, but the Hearts of Stone and Blood and Wine (which recently made our top games of 2016 list) DLC packs too. That's over 150 hours of gameplay, not including the endless amount of time you can spend changing hairstyles and playing Gwent with whoever is willing to throw down.
With the Nintendo Switch on its way, the Wii U is more or less done for. That's not to say there isn't a wealth of games available for Nintendo's touchy console though. With the release of Nintendo's Select range for Wii U, Ninty fans can get their hands on titles from the back catalogue, like Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker and Donkey Kong: Tropical Freeze, for less than $30. There are 9 Wii U titles available and many more from the Wii generation and 3DS console libraries available through ozgameshop.
Deus Ex Collection
Deus Ex: Mankind Divided recently released to some stellar reviews (including our own). It's a game with a complex story with a long, intricate history. For those unacquainted with Adam Jensen and the cybernetic universe of Deus Ex, Square Enix is giving you the chance to make amends by offering the Deus Ex Collection for just $8.
The collection includes Deus Ex, Deus Ex: Invisible War, Deus Ex: Human Revolution and Deus Ex: The Fall.
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