While I prepare to spend a worrying amount of time playing through the freshly released God of War, I've also been scouting around the various corners of the information superhighway in search of this week's set of the best gaming deals. Welcome back to another roundup of those very deals.

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

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The boys are back, this time in full-on personal computer style. Right now, you can buy yourself a ticket to the royal road trip that is Final Fantasy 15 on PC for 27.99 (around $33).

Final Fantasy 15 Windows Edition for 27.99 from Green Man Gaming

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Even if you're not a notorious Metal Gear Solid series fan like me, it's almost impossible to ignore the praise that The Phantom Pain received at launch and continues to receive to this day. At the moment, you can see what all the fuss is about by grabbing a PC copy from Humble while it's discounted to 6.24 / $5.

Update: Boo, it looks like this one has finished now. Shame.

Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain on PC (Steam) for 6.24 / $4.99 from Humble Store

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GOG's current sale range is proudly showcasing the most wishlisted games from the site's userbase. In amongst the rabble, you'll find games like The Witcher 3 GOTY for 14.09, The Witness for 12.09, Ruiner for 7.49 and more.

Most Wanted games sale from GOG

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A new month means a new set of Humble Monthly offerings. This time around, dropping $12 / 10 to sign up for a subscription will get you copies of Kerbal Space Program, Dead Rising 4 and Ruiner, along with a bunch of other games when the month finishes.

Kerbal Space Program, Dead Rising 4 and Ruiner for $12 / 10 with Humble Monthly

UK Deals

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Looking to jump right in the deep end when it comes to 4K gaming? Currently, you can pick up an Xbox One X with copies of Far Cry 5 and Halo 5 and an extra wireless controller for the standard price of 450.

Xbox One X with Far Cry 5, Halo 5, and extra controller for 449.99 from Tesco Direct

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On a similar topic, if you happen to be an Xbox One X owner already, especially one with a 4K TV, you'll probably already be aware that Red Dead Redemption has recently been enhanced with all that 4K loveliness. You can pick up a copy of the Game of the Year Edition for 12 today.

Red Dead Redemption Game of the Year on Xbox 360 for 11.99 from Argos

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This HP Omen gaming desktop PC is currently up for grabs for 758. That price will get you an Intel Core i5-7400 processor, GeForce GTX 1070, 8GB RAM, 128GB SSD and 1TB hard drive.

HP Omen 870-270na i5-7400 gaming desktop with GTX 1070 for 757.97 from LaptopsDirect

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If you'd prefer to go the 'build it yourself' route, you can grab this ultra powerful Intel Core i7-7740X 4.30GHz kaby lake processor for just under 235 this week.

Intel Core i7-7740X 4.30GHz Kaby Lake processor for 234.98 from Ebuyer

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Continuing the general 4K theme, you can pick up a copy of the 4K Blu-ray edition of Planet Earth 2 for only 17.09 by entering the code PE10 at checkout. Think of all the animals.

Planet Earth 2 4K Blu-ray for 17.09 using code PE10 from 365Games

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Over at AO right now, you can pick up a PSVR headset (which I believe is the older model) for its cheapest price yet, of 149.

PlayStation VR headset for 149 from AO

US Deals

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Get started on "the future", or something similar to it, by grabbing a PlayStation VR starter pack containing a headset, PlayStation Camera and two Move controllers, as well as a copy of Skyrim VR, all for $299.99 when you enter the code PSVR50 at checkout.

PlayStation VR (new version) with Skyrim VR, camera and two Move controllers for $299.99 using code PSVR50 from Monoprice

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The gorgeous remake of the Shadow of the Colossus for PS4 is currently discounted to $29.99 over at Amazon US. You should probably get this one.

Shadow of the Colossus on PS4 for $29.99 from Amazon US

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If you're morbidly curious about what this Metal Gear spin-off is like, you can go ahead and grab a copy of Metal Gear Survive on PS4 for $14.08 right now.

Metal Gear Survive for $14.08 on PS4 from Amazon US

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I haven't played Life is Strange: Before the Storm yet, though it's been on my list for quite some time now. If you're lucky enough to have the time and emotional strength to play through these games, you can grab a boxed console copy of Before the Storm for $20 right now.

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You don't have to like Mass Effect Andromeda as a game to like its vehicle design. If you have a particular spot in your heart for Andromeda's ND1 Nomad vehicle, you can pick up this little Diecast model of that very thing for just under $28 (down from $100) this week.

Mass Effect Andromeda Diecast Nomad ND1 replica for $27.79 from Amazon US

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Harmonix's physical music rhythm game DropMix is seeing another discount this week, bringing the overall cost of this one down to just under $60 at the time of writing.

DropMix Music Gaming System for $59.17 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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