Bargain game deals on DS, xbox 360 and PC: Bubble Bobble (DS) £8.49, Pain killer (PC) £5.99, Dead Reefs (PC) £4.99, Tony Hawks £8.99 & Kameo £6.99 (360) + 6% cashback - HotUKDeals
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There's some very good deals here on a few formats but I think these are the best deals and don't forget to go through the Collectors Account in order to receive 6% cashback on top of free delivery:

Kameo 360 £6.99 (when bought with anything else over £4.99) with the next lowest price being £8.73.
Although Kameo was a launch title, it can be quite appealing to younger kids or can be seen as a good bargain for anyone looking for games under a tenner.

Bubble Bobble Double Shot Ds only £8.49 (when bought with anything else over £4.99) with the next lowest price being £14.08 from outside europe, so it seems a great bargain.
This is the best bargain out of the lot, as this was only released last month and Bubble Bobble has been famous since the days of the Amstrad with it's addictive gameplay, although I have to admit, I haven't played it since the 80's, the game is likely to keep the little ones busy for long periods, as it did for myself and these kind of games are always great on a handheld console.

Tony Hawks American Wasteland 360 £8.99 with the next lowest price almost being double at £14.99, so it seems like a good bargain and no further purchases are necessary.
Tony Hawk is famous for being the best skater of all time but they've now thrown in some biking action for good meassure.
Although the game is only decent, it's another bargain under a tenner and seems to be consierably cheaper than everywhere else, so again, it could be another cheap bargain to entertain.
Tony Hawks deal has already been listed first by NightSwimmer, so credit goes to him http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/174578/tony-hawk-s-american-wasteland-xbox

Pain killer on the PC £5.99 (no further purchases necessary) with the next best price being £11.99 but I don't know much about PC titles.

Dead Reefs only £4.99 PC might also be a good buy (no further purchases necessary) with the next best price being £10.18 from outside Europe and £14.99 in the UK, which seems like an excellent bargain for a pretty newish title.

Don't forget to use the vouchercode "cheap games" in order to receive free delivery or if you have a Collectors Account with Softuk, you can get 6% cashback on top of free delivery,

I hope that helps. :)
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#1
Hi realfriendlyman. :) Tony Hawk's has already been posted.

Also, the next best price for Bubble Bobble Double Shot is £10.99 from SoftUK themselves.

So unless you buy these two together, or happen to be buying something else from SoftUK that is cheaper than anywhere else, I didn't personally think the two DS games were that great a deal, considering you have to spend £4.99 to get a £2 saving. :oops:
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nightswimmer
Hi realfriendlyman. :) Tony Hawk's has already been posted.

Also, the next best price for Bubble Bobble Double Shot is £10.99 from ShopTo themselves.

So unless you buy these two together, I didn't personally think the two DS games were that great a deal, considering you have to spend £4.99 to get a £2 saving. :oops:


Shopto doesn't have this game on there database but I think you mean Softuk and you're right, it does seem as though they've dropped the price by a further £2.50 when bought with something else, but I suppose the way to look at it is you're buying something else that you want with a £2.50 discount or if it's something cheap, it would seem like it's half price.

If there isn't anything else you're looking for, then it's worth picking up at the £10.99 price you mentioned and use the 10% voucher (i haven't checked to see if the voucher works but I assume so since it's still unexpired) but if you can save the £2.50 and you know there is something else you want, then it's all good.

I didn't realise you had already listed the Tony Hawks deal, so I'll delete the details of that now. :)

Thanks for the heads up.

P.S Tony Hawks is available at Softuk, not at Shopto as you listed it in your deal, which is probably why I didn't find it on HUKDs database when I was listing the deal.
#3
realfriendlyman
Shopto doesn't have this game on there database but I think you mean Softuk


Yep, sorry. Been a long night and was just editing my post when you wrote this. :oops:

If there isn't anything else you're looking for, then it's worth picking up at the £10.99 price you mentioned and use the 10% voucher (i haven't checked to see if the voucher works but I assume so since it's still unexpired) but if you can save the £2.50 and you know there is something else you want, then it's all good.


I haven't heard anybody mention it lately but I know a week or so ago people were having probs with the voucher, but IIRC that was because it can only be used by first time customers only.

I didn't realise you had already listed the Tony Hawks deal, so I'll delete the details of that now. :)


No probs. :)
#4
nightswimmer
Yep, sorry. Been a long night and was just editing my post when you wrote this. :oops:



I haven't heard anybody mention it lately but I know a week or so ago people were having probs with the voucher, but IIRC that was because it can only be used by first time customers only.



No probs. :)


Lol, no worries mate, we all make mistakes, especially considering the time you posted the deal. :)

I thought instead of deleting a game from the deal, it might be wiser to give you credit for it, if you think that's cool, if not, then I'll delete it. :)

Nice heads up about the voucher as well, I didn't know it was for first time customers. :thumbsup:
#5
realfriendlyman
I thought instead of deleting a game from the deal, it might be wiser to give you credit for it, if you think that's cool, if not, then I'll delete it. :)


Sure, that's fine the way you've done it, thanks. :)
#6
nightswimmer
Sure, that's fine the way you've done it, thanks. :)


Cool mate, I'm glad that satisfied you, otherwise I would of removed it. :)

I've also just added some PC titles to the thread, which seem like good value when compared to other retailers.
#7
realfriendlyman
I've also just added some PC titles to the thread, which seem like good value when compared to other retailers.


Yep, they are good prices for the games. The title of the Painkiller game is "Painkiller: Overdose", the reason I mention it is because it is the standalone expansion pack rather than the original "Painkiller" game itself. :)

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