Jelly Deals: EA titles feature heavily in this week's Xbox Deals with Gold

Titanfall 2! Madden 18! Skate 3! More!

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It's Tuesday, which means it's time for a brand new week's worth of Xbox Live's Deals with Gold. They switch over on Tuesdays, by the way, I probably should have mentioned that before.

This week's Spotlight sale focuses on a wide variety of titles published by EA over the last few years, as well as a handful of titles from other publishers just for good measure.


Notably, Gold members can pick up Dragon Age: Inquisition's Game of the Year Edition for £6.75, Fornite's Standard Founder's Pack for £17.50, Madden NFL 18 for £19.80, Mass Effect Andromeda for £8.75, The Sims 4 for £22.50, Titanfall 2: Ultimate Edition for £8.75 and Unravel for £3.75, among many others.

Over on the Xbox 360 side of things, you really shouldn't miss picking up Skate 3 while it's only £3.74 - and yes, it's backwards compatible. The Dead Space trilogy is down to £3.74 each as well, all also backward compatible and worth a look. Well, the first two are at least.

Also up for grabs is the ill-fated Agents of Mayhem, in both its standard and 'Total Mayhem Bundle' forms, costing £8.75 or £10 respectively. Final Fantasy 15 is down to £16 as well, which is probably the longest game on this list if you're looking for value for money, while Halo Wars 2 is down to £15 for its standard edition or £24.87 for the Complete Edition.

For my money, I'd recommend the Ninja Theory reboot of DmC: Devil May Cry, which is available for £7.92 in its shiny HD form. It may have been divisive when it launched but it's the one Ninja Theory game so far that I've gone back and replayed more than once. If you're so inclined, you could go for Farming Simulator 17 while it's down to £10.56 as well.

For Xbox Live Gold itself, you could head to Amazon and grab a year's membership for £37.85, or grab single month for £5.99 from Microsoft itself.

Once you're all done with that, feel free to check out Jelly Deals for the very best gaming headset in 2018 buyer's guide as well as a brand new batch of today's best deals each and every day. Keep up to date over on Twitter, if you like as well.

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