expiredGames/Apps: Superbrothers Sword & Sworcery $1, AC Syndicate $22, Resident Evil Collection $25, iOS freebies, more
Justin Kahn - Jun. 21st 2016 10:00 am ET
Update (6/21 2:55pm):
- Microsoft Store is offering the Xbox One 1TB Elite Console Bundle plus an extra controller and one free game for $349 shipped ($420+ value). If you don’t need the extra controller, GameStop’s $350 + a $50 gift card deal might be more suitable.
- The fantastic puzzle-platformer LIMBO has now gone free on Steam for today only (Reg. $10+)
In today’s best game/app deals, the top-rated Superbrothers: Sword & Sworcery EP for iOS is now on sale for $1. It usually sells for $4 and hasn’t dropped this low since September of last year. Previous to that, it has been a few years since we have seen it go for less.
Other notable deals include Assassin’s Creed: Syndicate on PS4 and Xbox One from under $22 Prime shipped (Reg. $40), Resident Evil Origins Collection for under $25 Prime shipped (Orig. $40, contains HD remakes of Resident Evil 1 and Resident Evil 0) and we stil have Mirror’s Edge Catalyst at its all time low: $39.99 Prime shipped. We also have digital versions of Mortal Kombat XL on PS4 from $36 (Reg. $41+).
Just about all of the iOS Grand Theft Auto games are still on sale, the extremely popular Yoga Studio is still free and the latest Free App of the Week is right here. Down below you’ll find the rest of today’s best iOS/Mac deals including Flip Clock, Alto’s Adventure, Chameleon Run and more. And these new Donkey Kong, Zelda and 8-bit Mario Bros-themed amiibo stands are some of the best we have seen.
Ongoing game deals/promotions:
- BOGO20% off on gaming gift cards: PlayStation, Nintendo, Xbox and many more.
- Fallout 4 for under $20 shipped over at Costco (Reg. $30+),
- Shadow of Mordor GOTY on PS4 (digital) for just $11.99 right now (Reg. up to $25).
- Tom Clancy’s The Division for $40 (matched at Walmart, Reg. $50)
- Amazon Prime Pre-order deals 20% off: Dark Souls III, Uncharted 4, many more
- All of the best trailers, info, gameplay demos and more from E3 2016