Weekend Deal Dump: Spring Bargain Hunters Club

Weekend Deal Dump: Spring Bargain Hunters Club

The Weekend Deal Dump is back after an Easter hiatus. Last Friday, I was lost in the caves of Free Time and Chocolate Eggs, but this week it’s back to business as normal. The business of cheap games. 

Rockstar Weekend Sale

Honestly, given how often Rockstar’s catalogue is on sale, if you don’t have all of these games by now, you probably won’t ever buy them. But in the unlikely chance that this isn’t the case, take a look at the Humble store Rockstar sale. Everything from L.A. Noire to Bully has been discounted by a hefty 80 percent.

Humble Indie Bundle 14

There’s three days left on this bundle, and it’s a pretty good one. Unepic, Pixel Piracy and Super Splatters are pay what you want, pay over the average and get six more items including super spooky Outlast, ARPG Torchlight and some music. Spend over a tenner and you’ll net Shadow Warrior Special Edition, too.

Indie Gala Spring Rush

This is actually two separate bundles. The first and cheapest can be picked up for a dollar, and you’ll get Paranautical Activity, The Joylancer and Deep Dungeons of Doom. The second bundle is $4.89, but it’s bigger, with six games. Surgeon Simulator is a grand time, of course, and The Old City: Leviathan is a fascinating, if ultimately a bit too mysterious for its own good, exploration game.

Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes

Brilliant game, brilliant PC port, Ground Zeroes is something you should probably get, especially if you’re going to be grabbing Phantom Pain when it launches. It’s a game that can be completed in less than an hour, but then played again and again and again. It’s an MGS sandbox, and the most fun I’ve had with the series in ages. It’s around $6/$4 on Nuuvem, which is a steal. Remember to trick it into thinking you’re in Brazil.

Mortal Kombat Weekend Deal

With Mortal Kombat X just around the corner, Steam’s discounted the excellent Mortal Kombat Komplete Edition and Injustice: Gods Among Us Ultimate Edition. The PC versions are absolutely the best out of all the platforms, though I have no idea what the online community is like nowadays, but I still fire them up for some couch brawling whenever I have people over. They’re £3.74/$4.99 each.

Alright, that’s your lot. I’m off to join Nick in Diablo III Season 3, but if you spot any great deals that I’ve failed to mention, make sure to let everyone know in the comments.