Modern Warfare 3, Skyrim, Battlefield 3 – Best Christmas Deals
Christmas game deals are tricky to find, especially when every retailer is offering you some sort of discount or goodies with your order. Finding the best bargains among the morass of the internet can be tough but we’ve done the leg work for you, and listed the very best UK gaming deals has to offer.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3
Hands down one of the best multiplayer shooters of the year, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 is a violent orgy of bullets, military jargon and insane action. FPS fans will want to check this one out.
PS3 – £37.99
Xbox 360 – £37.99
PC – £32.99
Check out our Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 review
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim
Potential contendor for game of the year, and a truly stunning role-playing experience from Bethesda Softworks. With seemingly endless quests, and a rich fantasy world to explore, gaming doesn’t get much bigger than this.
PC – £29.95
Xbox 360 – £39.95
PS3 – £22.49
Check out our Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim review
With top of the line visuals and an insane multiplayer offering, Battlefield 3 is a must-buy game for FPS fans everywhere. If you’re looking for solid teamwork and oodles of destruction, look no further.
PC – £27.99
PS3 (standard) – £34.99
Xbox 360 (Special Edition) – £35.98
Check out our Battlefield 3 review
The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword
Link’s adventures continue in the colourful, fun and bloody massive Skyward Sword. With some of the best use of Wii Motion Plus and expert design, this is essential Wii gaming at its finest.
Wii – £29.85 (Standard Edition)
Wii – £49.85 (With gold Wiimote)
Check out our Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword review
Assassin’s Creed Revelations
The Ezio trilogy comes to a close, as Assassin’s Creed Revelations lifts the curtain back on the biggest questions of the series, while delivering more exploration, climbing and combat than you could ever want.
PS3 – £35.99
Xbox 360 – £35.99
PC – £24.95
Check out our Assassin’s Creed Revelations review
The Witcher 2: Assassin of Kings
CD Projekt Red’s massive fantasy RPG is one of the finest PC games of 2011. If you’re a fan of the genre, or if you fancy some dark adventuring, then you really need to check this game out.
PC – £25.99 (Premium Edition)
PC – £25.38 (Version 2)
Gears of War 3
Delta Squad fight back against the Locust and Lambent hordes in gears of War 3. The final chapter in the series sees Marcus, Dom and company battling through an intense campaign, and that’s even before you’ve checked out the huge multiplayer component.
Xbox 360 – £27.85
Check out our Gears of War 3 review
Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception
Nathan Drake gets personal, as his latest expedition to uncover the secrets of his ancestor’s ring leads him to some dark places from his past. Together with an explosive campaign and massive multiplayer, Uncharted 3 is well worth seeking out.
PS3 – £27.99
Check out our Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception review
Super Mario 3D Land
Mario makes his debut on Nintendo 3DS, delivering tons of tricky platforming stages, colourful worlds to explore and of course, the ever awesome Tanooki suit. This is a proper hark back to the Super Mario 64 standards of gaming.
3DS – £29.90
3DS – £159.00 (With Ice White 3DS console)
Batman: Arkham City
Rocksteady Studios follows up Arkham Asylum with this huge dose of all things Batman. Teaming up Catwoman, The Dark Knight has to defeat the villainous Hugo Strange and a whole gang of his old enemies. Absolutely epic stuff.
PC – £24.85
Xbox 360 – £34.95
PS3 – £32.99
Check out our Batman: Arkham City review
Mario Kart 7
Mario and his pals hit the circuit once more to compete in a series of high-speed races. There are tons of tracks to race on, including some from previous Mario Kart games. One of the best games on the 3DS by far.
3DS – £29.87
Check out our Mario Kart 7 review
There are many bundle deals out there for Xbox 360, so it’s often difficult to know which one saves you the most. Fear not, for we’ve sought out three of the best bundle deals below.
PlayStation 3 can still be expensive depending on where you look, but most retailers have a hard time beating the two deals below, so snap them up while you still can!
The Wii may be getting on a little now, but you can still pick one up cheap if you know where to look. If you’re looking to get one for your parents or kids, then the two options below are by far the best.
Nintendo slashed the price of 3DS soon after launch, and now it offers much better value for money, especially when you take advantage of the special console editions and bundled games. Check out these two deals for real value.