This week’s game deals: Up to 60% off at the Microsoft Store

Thomas Duff 15 August 2016 NEWS


Battleborn and Battlefield 4 are on sale at a massive discount.

The finder crew have returned once more from their quest to search for the best video game deals. This week at the Microsoft Store Battleborn and Battlefield 4 are both on special.


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

Up to 60% off Xbox One games


Microsoft really wants to win back your trust. After the fiasco of the Xbox One’s announcement and the back-pedalling that followed, Microsoft has been working to try and regains the trust of consumers. Here is one of those steps.

Currently, Microsoft is offering a massive discount on a wide variety of Xbox One games. You can save up to 60% on LEGO Marvel Avengers, Star Wars Battlefront, The Division and more.

So many games. So many discounts. Who needs to eat? Or pay rent? Right?

Check out Microsoft's sale while it lasts.



Battleborn has become nothing but a memory. Unfair comparisons to Overwatch affected the game and, over a short period of time, lots of gamers forgot about Battleborn.

To try and increase the player base, Battleborn has been perpetually on sale, which is really good for consumers who were hesitant to purchase the game at retail price. Battleborn is a fun hero shooter that draws influence from the Moba genre. It doesn’t try and take itself too seriously and offers gamers a fun and colourful experience.

Ozgameshop is currently selling Battleborn for $32.00, which is a saving of $31.99


Here are the week's best deals on PlayStation 4 games.

Battlefield 4 battelfield

The release of Battlefield One is slowly creeping up and people are getting excited. EA is trying to cash in on this excitement by heavily discounting previous games in the franchise.

Though it had a rocky launch, and a rock first few months, Battlefield 4 is a really fun first-person shooter. The maps are huge, the weapons are loud and the military vehicles destroy everything in their path. Each battlefield is chaotic, and it's awesome.

The PlayStation store is currently selling Battlefield 4 for $7.55, which is a saving of $17.40.

Alekhine's Gun

We here at finder strive to show readers things they may have never seen or heard elsewhere. This, my friends, is one of those moments. Have you ever heard of Alekhine’s Gun? Me neither.

Alekhine’s Gun is a third-person stealth game set during World War 2 and the Cold War. Gameplay is very similar to that of the Hitman series.

Players can sneak through each mission, assassinating targets either by straight-up killing them or by staging "accidents". Or, you can just shoot everybody. The choice is yours.

Ozgameshop is currently selling Alekhine’s Gun for $40.49, which is a saving of $13.50.


Here are the week's best deals on Nintendo games in Australia.


You've got to love Dragon Ball Z. The epic battles, the silly storylines, the overabundance of filler episode, and the powering-up that takes three episodes to complete. It is all fantastic.

Dragon Ball Z: Extreme Butoden is a 1-on-1 2D fighting game. Players can choose from over 20 characters and recreate some of the most memorable battles from the anime. If you have friends, you can battle with them through local multiplayer. Dragon Ball Z fans will feel right at home.

Ozgameshop is currently selling Dragon Ball Z Extreme Butoden for $26.99, which is a savings of $3.00.

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