Deals With Gold: This Week’s Best

Not every game appearing here is going to be a top class triple AAA title,

No doubt most will be smaller indie games or maybe even add-on packs. Well, each week we will be dissecting the Deals With Gold Games and choosing what we feel are the best out of the bunch.

So what do we feel are this week’s Deal With Gold Best Buys?

This week’s Top Two are:

Coffin Dodgers (save 33%)

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Coffin Dodgers sees you take on the role of saving one of seven quirky retirement village residents, each racing for their soul in “pimped up” mobility scooters against none other than the Grim Reaper himself. Our old heroes are armed with a variety of homemade weapons and gadgets to take on anything the Grim Reaper and his Zombie army may throw at them. Welcome to a suburban retirement village where all is not as it seems… After settling down to recover from the responsibilities of working life, the residents of Sunny Pines have been idling away the days, life could not be more tranquil. However, a creepy new resident, Mr Grim Reaper, looks set to turn retirement on its head. After years trawling the earth for souls to harvest, Mr Grim Reaper concludes Sunny Pines is where he’ll lay his hat, where he can harvest souls from the comfort of his rocking chair. However, seven of the sprightliest senior citizens have other ideas and set out to prove that life for Grim in Sunny Pines definitely won’t be like shooting fish in a barrel. The stately seven decide to strike a deal with the Grim Reaper; a mobility scooter racing championship to the death. If they can prove themselves to be fast and full of life, surviving and ultimately winning the championship, then he will allow them to live. However, too slow and they will be condemned to the retirement village in the sky. What the Reaper doesn’t tell the folk of Sunny Pines is that once he takes your soul he can bring you back as one of his army of the living dead; mobility scooter racing zombies that are hell bent on making sure that nobody wins, by any means possible.

First spot this week is Coffin Dodgers. A zany little Mario kart styled racing game. Down from £9.59 to only £6.43, that’s a 33% saving on the stores RRP. With no online gaming, this is one for you to enjoy with your friends and family in local co-op racing for up to 4 players. Can you beat the Grime Reaper himself?

This War of Mine: The Little Ones (save 60%)

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In war, not everyone is a soldier: This War Of Mine: The Little Ones provides a gritty, dramatic and thought provoking experience of war through the perspective of a group of civilians that are trying to survive. Even in war: kids are still kids: New to console comes the added storyline of children. Protect and take care of The Little Ones as they continue to live in the war torn landscape as only children can. Teach and educate, and form emotional bonds, as you fight to survive in this harsh world and prevail through this unique narrative. Features: • A gritty, realistic and engaging experience inspired by real-life events • Make unforgiving and emotional repercussive, life-or-death decisions • Craft items such as weaponry, alcohol, beds, stoves, toys & more • Tackle randomised or pre-defined scenarios or even create your own scenarios and characters! • Experience war through the eyes of a child with the introduction of child survivors

Number 2 this week is This War of Mine: The Little Ones – a game that tugs at your heartstrings a little, children and war don’t mix, but this time round your tasked with protecting the little ones. Down from £23.99 to a low price of £9.60, you save 60% of the stores RRP.

Do you agree with our choices this week? why not leave a comment below if you do (or don’t) agree


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Andrew 'Bowsey' Bowes

Evening all, I'm Andrew, I've been gaming since I was old enough to hold a controller. Currently Xbox one and pc gamer, I prefer the massive open world games and small indie type games, but I can always be found playing something or another every day. Got Xbox live, deathrock2010, add me

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