Once more - and slightly delayed from the usual Saturday publication, sorry about that - we've gathered here to take a look at the past week's worth of gaming deals as well as a few assorted bonus nice things for good measure.

While most of this week, for me, has been spent being ruthlessly defeated while playing Into The Breach, there has seemingly been no shortage of discounts, bundles, special offers and the like on the wild, wild web. Here are a few of them. Also, get Into The Breach, it's great.

As usual, we've got deals that'll work in the UK, deals that'll work in the US and some deals that will work in both the UK and US, as well as presumably many other places. Let's get started.

UK & US Deals


Humble's latest bundle, the 'Brawler' bundle, gathers up a bunch of the very best outlandishly weird, mostly anime-themed fighting games and brings them to you at a bargain price. Here's what the whole bundle is like.

Pay what you want

  • Guilty Gear XX Acore Core Plus R
  • BlazBlue: Continuum Shift Extend
  • Skullgirls

Pay more than the average

  • Arcana Heart 3 LOVE MAX!!!!!
  • Street Fighter X Tekken

Pay $9 (around 6.51) or more

  • Guilty Gear Xrd -SIGN-
  • Rivals of Aether

Pay what you want for the Humble Brawler Bundle


Green Man Gaming is launching its brand new 'March Madness' sale. Perhaps not the most original title for a sale in March, but hey, you can't win 'em all. The sale features new deals every 24 hours so it's worth checking back repeatedly.

March Madness sale from Green Man Gaming


Head to Fanatical at the moment and you can take advantage of the site's latest Nemesis Bundle. The sixth, in fact, which you can tell from the title - Nemesis Bundle 6. What a world. Anyway, the first tier gets you games like Kathy Rain and Super Mega Baseball and the more you pay, the more games you'll be getting.

Nemesis Bundle 6 from Fanatical


New month, new Humble Monthly. This time around it's a big one. Sign up for a Humble Monthly subscription in March and you'll get yourself early unlocks of Mafia 3 with its DLC, God Eater 2: Rage Burst and Deus Ex: Mankind Divided. Not only that but, of course, you'll be getting a stack of other games at the end of the month, too. All that will cost you $12 / 10.

God Eater 2 Rage Burst, Mafia 3 with DLC and Deus Ex Mankind Divided for $12 / 10 with Humble Monthly


Back to Humble one more time now, as the site has offered up some limited-time sale ranges on games from Activision and Sega. Those two ranges feature everything from Alien Isolation with 75 per cent off to Vampire: The Masquerade Bloodlines for 3.74. There's a lot to comb through, so it's worth taking a look.

UK Deals


Bayonetta made her moderately insane return this past week with a double-bill debut on the Nintendo Switch. The boxed copy of Bayonetta 2 comes with a download of the original game as well, and if you'd like to pick up a copy, it's currently just shy of 40 at SimplyGames.

Bayonetta 2 (with Bayonetta) for Nintendo switch for 39.85 from SimplyGames


Let's be kind and say that Metal Gear Survive has so far failed to set the world alight with hopes of the Metal Gear franchise surviving any more post-Kojima entries. That said, predictably enough, it's discounted to 20 over at Base on consoles.


Need amiibo? I know a guy. Just head to Argos and you can pick up a range of selected amiibo figures from as little as 2.99. The majority of the cheap ones will cost you 5 and include Shovel Knight, which should be enough to make you excited, really.

Various amiibo figures from 2.99 from Argos


The SteelSeries Arctis 3 gaming headset is one of the better-reviewed headsets out there these days and right now, Box will sell you one of these in a variety of colours, including the limited edition red, for 50.

SteelSeries Arctis 3 gaming headset for 49.99 from Box


Over at GAME, you can currently pick up a bit of a bundle on a PSVR. Right now, 300 will get you a PlayStation VR Starter Pack - headset, camera and PSVR Worlds - along with copies of Resident Evil 7 and Starblood Arena, and a two-month NOW TV pass.

PlayStation VR Starter Pack (headset, camera, PSVR Worlds) with Resident Evil 7, Starblood Arena and NOW TV for 299.99 from GAME

US Deals


Nioh, Dark Souls' Japanese-folklore-themed cousin, is discounted to $30 right now in its 'Complete Edition' form. This game opens with you escaping the Tower of London with a sword, so that should tell you what you need to know about whether to buy or not.

Nioh Complete Edition on PS4 for $29.99 from Amazon US


Need some extra storage space for your Nintendo Switch? How about far too much storage - like these SanDisk Ultra Micro SDXC cards from Amazon, which are down to $40 for a 128GB model or $63 for a 200GB model.


Elsewhere on Amazon, you can pick up Ubisoft's latest murderfest Assassin's Creed Origins on either PS4 or Xbox One for just under $30.


Last but not least, Horizon Zero Dawn's Complete Edition - a game which should probably be demoed in electronics stores for how good it can make HDR and 4K look - is discounted to $35 at the moment. If you're a PS4 or PS4 Pro owner, you probably need this one.

Horizon Zero Dawn: Complete Edition on PS4 for $34.99 from Amazon US

With that, we're done for another week. Keep in mind that deals, prices and availability can change at the drop of a hat, so apologies if you miss out on something you wanted. I'll be over at Jelly Deals, scouring the world wide web for more deals. Feel free to visit, or follow us on Twitter and give us a like on Facebook.

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