Deals With Gold: This Week’s Top Two
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:
Tiny Troopers Joint Ops (save 67%)
Tiny Troopers Joint Ops is an epic bite-sized arcade shooter, filled to the brim with action-packed mini maps of mayhem and ALL NEW content EXCLUSIVE to Xbox One! Take control of your tiny troopers as you battle evil adversaries from around the world with a multitude of weapons. Recruit specialist mercenaries such as Medics, Machine Gunners and the Elite Delta Force to subdue enemy insurgents! Collect medals, dog tags, Intel and more during the course of each mission to ensure victory. EXCLUSIVE NEW CONTENT TO XBOX ONE – experience the ALL NEW Zombie Wave Maps where the desert-dwelling dead are descending in droves to devour you in “Operation: Zombie Storm”, or fight back against a flock of poultry that ain’t paltry in “ZFC”, cruise and clear the airfield of cantankerous cadavers in “Zombie Patrol” or call in help from the skies whilst facing endless waves of Zombies in “Z-End”. If you think you are tough enough, try the Ultra Hard Mode – all complimented by a brand new cinematic soundtrack and all completely EXCLUSIVE to Xbox One! With over 7 hours of gun toting explosive gameplay, Tiny Troopers is miniature warfare on a massive scale! • Over 60 action-packed mini-maps of mayhem including Zombie Survival Mode with online leaderboards! • Recruit specialist mercenaries such as Medics, Machine Gunners and the Elite Delta Force to subdue enemy insurgents! • Twin-stick arcade control system to blast your way through waves of enemy rebels.
First spot this week is Tiny Troopers Joint Ops, a great game at a tiny price (see what I did there) This Cannon Fodder esq game allows you to takje control of your very on mini platoon, quide them through the levels killing everything in your path. Originally priced as $9.99 (around £8) its down this week to $3.30 (around 2.60). A whole lot of fun for a tiny price.
Cannon Brawl (save 33%)
Pilot an airship, command powerful weapon emplacements like cannons, giant flamethrowers, and high-powered lasers. Destroy the very earth from under your enemies feet! Cannon Brawl is an exciting mix of real time strategy and artillery gameplay. Your ability to manage combat priorities and focus through the madness of battle will be put to the test. Advance across the kingdom in single player to unlock and discover new units, then experiment with each one to find your favorite combination in online multiplayer. Choose from over fifteen units and five airship pilots for a huge variety of strategic combinations. Want to turtle up and launch big warheads from afar? You can! Want to rush to the high ground and launch a rain of missiles from above? You can! Try out tons of other strategies and crush your friends! Key Features: *Action Strategy like you’ve never seen – Unique blend of 2D artillery and real time strategy gameplay results in intense tactical battles *Battle Near and Far – Competitive 1v1 online multiplayer with ranked matching, invite a friend for a private battle, or plugin in a controller and get your buddies together for a home tournament *Strategic Options – Choose from 15+ weapons and defenses and combo them with 5+ different airship pilots for hundreds of strategic options *Dynamic Battlefields – Destroy the terrain with cannons, lasers and more *Epic Adventure – Battle across our full campaign mode with big boss fights spanning 20 missions, charting new territory across 5 unique environments
Number 2 this week is Cannon Brawl. A nice little worms/tower defense game, using real time strategy play. Build your base, create your units, and survive. this week its down to $6.69 (around £5) from its standard market price of $9.99 (around £8).
Do you agree with our choices this week? why not leave a comment below if you do (or don’t) agree