During a weekend when I intend to play through Two Point Hospital until that receptionist's voice rings in my head for days to come and I am officially basking in nostalgia, we've returned for another look at the week's best gaming deals - from 3DS consoles to Yakuza 0 to graphics cards.
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.
Giveaway time once more, friends. This time around, to celebrate not only the release of Destiny 2's Forsaken DLC but GamesPlanet's associated discounts on the game, the site has joined forces with Jelly Deals once more to offer up three copies of the Destiny 2 Legendary Collection on PC to a trio of lucky readers. If you'd like to be in with a chance of winning, you can enter via the link below.
If you don't fancy your chances, GamesPlanet is offering a series of discounts using the codes found in that handy image above.
UK & US Deals
Humble's giving away a free game again - this time around, you can claim a free copy of Warhammer 40,000: Space Marine for a limited time.
This is in celebration of Humble's brand new (though perhaps slightly late) Summer Sale range, which features games from Ubisoft, Sega, 2K and more.
Voidu is offering a weekend-only offer right now, letting you take 25 per cent off anything in the store. All you have to do is enter the rather ominous code LASTWEEKEND during checkout. This means an extra chance to get cheap copies of Two Point Hospital, Yakuza 0, Wolfenstein 2, pre-orders of Soulcalibur 6 and more.
In case you missed the announcement earlier this week - Microsoft is releasing a new Elite Controller in October! Well, truthfully, Microsoft is releasing the same Elite Controller as they did before, but now it's in 'Robot White' to match with the fancy white Xbox One S and X models. It can be pre-ordered directly from Microsoft now if you like.
- Special Edition White Xbox Elite Controller for £119.99 from Microsoft Store
- Special Edition White Xbox Elite Controller for $149.99 from Microsoft Store
Those of you who have a penchant for tabletop games but feel the constraints of the real world holding you back a little bit too much can check out Humble's latest bundle. The Digital Tabletop Bundle offers, well, a series of digital tabletop games for a price of your choosing.
Green Man Gaming's offer of fifty games for £50 / $50 / €50 is still running this week and you'll also be benefitting UK-based charity GamesAid if you pick it up. Titles include Metal Gear Solid 5, This Was of Mine, Human Fall Flat, Rage, The Little Acre, Arkham Asylum and more.
You've got mere days left in order to pick up the current batch of Humble Monthly games with a subscription. This time around, you can spend £10 / $12 and get instant access to Sniper Elite 4, Tales of Berseria and Staxel. Then, once the month finishes up, you'll get a stack of other games too. Alternatively, you can trade the three aforementioned games for a copy of Rise of the Tomb Raider.
LaptopsDirect is offering £100 off this 28-inch 4K gaming monitor from Electriq, equipped with FreeSync and HDR. All of that will cost you £199.97 for a limited time, if you feel like adding to or replacing a monitor in your current setup.
Even before Dark Souls Remastered has made it onto its final format, the game is seeing some nice, big discounts over at Amazon in its Xbox One and PS4 forms. Head there and you can pick up a console version for £21.99 for a limited time - or until stock runs out.
- Dark Souls Remastered on PS4 for £21.99 from Amazon UK
- Dark Souls Remastered on Xbox One for £21.99 from Amazon UK
After some rocky stock levels post-launch, Octopath Traveller on Nintendo Switch is back in stock and currently you can pick the game up for just under £44 from Base, with some quick delivery, too.
If you're not one to be swept up in those fancy RTX cards that are on the horizon, you can grab a GTX 1060 3GB card at a nice discount right now, thanks to Ebuyer's offer of a Gigabyte model for £189.99.
Logitech's Harmony universal remote series is one of the most well regarded bits of home theatre style tech. Right now, directly from Logitech itself, you can pick up the Harmony 665 model for £46.
The Crew 2 has been out for precious few months but if you slept on a purchase until now and happen to favour the Xbox One for your gaming, you can grab a copy right now from Go2Games for a mere £23.
Right now, the SNES-themed New Nintendo 3DS XL is $149.99 over at Amazon, down from its original $200 price point. You'll get a digital copy of Super Mario Kart (the SNES version) for that money, as well.
Cult classic Dragon's Crown got itself a PS4 version with 4K support in the form of Dragon's Crown Pro earlier this year - and now you can pick up a copy of that very game for under $30. Be sure to hit the 'use voucher' button before you checkout.
Cartoony multiplayer pirate adventure thingy Sea of Thieves is currently discounted in its Xbox One boxed version at Amazon, where a copy of the game will cost you just shy of $37 for the time being.
Be you a Nintendo Switch owner with a need to install more games on your system or just someone who values having portable storage in a tiny card as a way to feel like we've truly achieved some form of cyberpunk future, you're in luck. Amazon is offering 128GB and 200GB Sandisk cards at an extra discount this week.
- Sandisk Ultra 128GB Micro SD card for $29.50 from Amazon US
- Sandisk Ultra 200GB Micro SD card for $49.50 from Amazon US
Hands up if you were aware Nintendo is still making new models of the New Nintendo 2DS XL console? If you fancied yourself a 2DS XL, you can get this very pretty Purple & Silver edition along with a digital copy of Mario Kart 7 for $149.99. It's up to pre-order now at Amazon, releasing at the end of September.
Horizon Zero Dawn's Complete Edition is, as you may have figured from the title, the most complete version of the game you can buy - coming packed with the Frozen Wilds DLC and a bunch of extra digital goodies - and right now, it's down to $20 via Amazon.
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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