While everyone's favourite hybrid console has many advantages, the Switch's paltry on-board storage of around 26GB can prove vexing, as it's not enough for titles like LA Noire (which clocks in at nearly 30GB) - or to keep a decent-sized games library alive.
Will you pick Eevee, Pikachu or Mario?
PC gamers looking to upgrade your peripherals, rejoice: we have the deals you are looking for. As part of its ongoing January sales, Amazon has reduced a raft of Logitech computer accessories by up to 53 per cent. Included among these are a top-tier gaming key-board and excellent gaming mice starting from £14.99. Stick with us to see the latest seasonal Logitech reductions.
Welcome back to the deals depot, folks; we've got a few reductions in tow on popular Switch titles, plus those infamous bundles that'll save you a quid or two. Games range from full-on football to the wild hair-based antics of Bayonetta. Let's take a look at the best Nintendo Switch games deals we've unearthed on this fashionably dreary Tuesday.
Despite first appearances, there's many a bargain to be had in this round of January sales on the games front, ranging from ultra-violent shooters to more soothing titles involving gigantic pets and Teenage Ninja Mutant Turtles. Let's take a look at the best games deals of today so far.
Believe it not, we're actually in the thick of the January sales. We've spotted an increasing amount of physical game bundles over the last few months, although the quality of them can vary drastically, sometimes offering little more than a paltry bargain-bin haul.
PC users are spoiled for choice in the current Humble Bundle sale, with thousands of titles marked down in price. Here's a guide to the latest games reduced in the winter season sales, featuring wild discounts aplenty and numerous top-notch titles going for less than £2!
What ho, are these deals we see in the distance? As the dregs of the festive sales are expertly put out of their misery, lots of physical games on Xbox One and PlayStation 4 remain discounted. Stick with us for the best console game deals out there, including a round-up of the greatest titles for under £10.
Over at Amazon, buying three months worth of Xbox Live Gold with net you an additional three months subscription for free - effectively landing you six months of Xbox Live Gold for the princely sum of £15.
Update: Our apologies for featuring Nendoroid eBay deals, I was unaware that HQ bootleg Nendoroids are a potential issue on eBay - regardless of positive seller and buyer ratings. We have removed the links from the following article. If you have purchased a Nendoroid you believe to be fake, we recommend getting a refund immediately, both sellers listed on eBay have 30 day refund policies, and eBay customer service can also process refunds.
While the Nintendo 2DS XL may feel surplus in a Switch- and iPad-based world, it is not without its charms. Not only is this console rendered perfectly in a clam-shell design, it boasts a hearty catalogue of awesome Nintendo titles and is far, far cheaper than other modern portable console options.
The New Year is no longer so new, and the dregs of the Christmas sales have lurched over into the January discount frenzy. Regardless of the miasma, we're seeing plenty of discounts on PlayStation and Xbox One games old, new and not yet released.
Due to end at midnight tomorrow, retailer Currys has reduced Apple products by up to £150 as part of its vast and unknowable 100 hour sale. Notably, it includes £60 off voucher codes on selected 10.5" iPads, and up to £150 off 12" MacBooks.
Like most Nintendo titles, Super Mario Odyssey has not seen many price drops since release its 2017 release, and is still selling for up to £60 at some retailers. Luckily, AO is hawking physical copies of the popular game for £39 - £11 cheaper than at Amazon, and a price point not matched anywhere else as of yet.
As Christmas creeps near, some of this year's big-hitters have seen quite the price reduction. Along with God of War (£21) and Marvel's Spider-Man (£30), myth-based action-RPG Assassin's Creed Odyssey is down to its cheapest yet at Smyths, going for £24.95 on both PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
The holidays are almost upon us! If you're still panic-buying gifts, here's a round-up of some of the finest Nintendo-themed stocking-fillers and Switch deals around right now, including a raft of soft, plushy Pokémon, light up mushrooms and the best value Nintendo Switch bundles.
Effectively one big ol' dose of Sony-themed nostalgia, the Sony PlayStation Classic has dropped to £69.85 over at SimplyGames. You won't get the pint-sized console anywhere else for cheaper then £89.99 as of yet, especially considering it only landed in stores earlier thus month. Although the PlayStation Classic is by no means without its flaws, it could still make a thoughtful gift for the right person (especially if that person is you).
There are some nifty discounts on new Nintendo titles just perfect for festive gatherings: guests of all ages can race or brawl to psychedelic victory. Currently going for over £100 at Amazon, the Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Limited edition has been reduced to £74.99 at Argos - the lowest price we've found online by a long shot.
The best online deals for Sony's base PlayStation 4 hit £219.99 with Red Dead Redemption 2 and one other game during Black Friday. This current offering at Currys isn't quite as good but it's comparable, netting you a 500GB PlayStation 4 with Red Dead Redemption 2 for £229.99. The same bundle on Amazon comes to £289.99, saving a swell £40 in comparison.
For a limited time, you can snag a brand new Nintendo Switch complete with Pokémon: Let's Go Pikachu for £289.99 at Currys. Which, considering an individual console costs £279.99 on Amazon, effectively means you're picking up Pikachu for a tenner. This deal was originally available with Eevee too, but is no longer accessible online - you'll have to collect it direct in-store.
In preparation for the onslaught of Christmas, numerous console titles have been reduced. Here's a round-up of the best games offers out there currently for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
It's been hard wrangling good deals on the World's Most Powerful Console™, with the most appealing discount thus far cropping up circa Black Friday: £380 for an Xbox One X with Red Dead Redemption 2 and the not-so-appealing Fallout 76.
Ah Christmas, the gift of the holidays: namely, time to play tons of games. Just in time for the festive slog, GOG has released a raft of winter deals, covering a variety of awesome PC titles and some super steep discounts. So whether you're angling for cyberpunk, swords and sorcery or your very own hell dimension, here are some of the best offers we've found during the GOG sale:
In one of the finest Christmas Xbox One deals we've spotted, you can grab an Xbox One S with 1TB of storage, wild-west action adventure Red Dead Redemption 2 and World War 2 shooter Battlefield 5 for £200 over at Amazon. It's quite the substantial saving, as both games are big-hitters (and not stockroom rejects), and an Xbox One S with one game comes to £199.99.
Plenty of you were drawn by festive discounts on the Sony PlayStation VR Mega Pack Bundle last week, which comes with five games in tow including the likes of Skyrim and Doom for £229.99. However, if you went a little lower and bought a PlayStation VR base pack with no full games, you'll likely be keeping an eye out for decently priced PSVR titles. Luckily, Argos has reduced plenty of VR games today. Here are some of the finest deals we've found, including a satirical shooter, a mythological adventure, and the infamous Rick and Morty.
Stick with us to learn all about Mysterium: a co-operative mystery board game steeped in spookiness and murder most foul, which also happens to be 24% off at Amazon, putting the price down to £30.49.