UK Deal Roundup for July 19th, 2011

By Rebecca Smith, 5 years ago
This week I’m tweaking the format of this roundup again. Some of the continuing sales have been running since May, and even I’m not sure which titles are included in those sales anymore. As a result, I’m going to be starting a reminder section, where I will go over the details of any sale that has been running for longer than four weeks. I’m also re-ordering the article so that the new sales, which will be of more interest, will be listed first.

Click on the name of the retailer or the name of the deal to be taken straight to the retailer’s offer page. Further details on the deals, including the best pick of the sale items, can be found in the ‘details here’ link, which will take you back to the relevant UK deal roundup that described the sale in more detail. Clicking on the name of a game will take you to the achievement list.

To start off the new sales of the week, Amazon’s console bundles have changed slightly again. The bundles include Xbox Slim Consoles of both sizes, either with or without Kinect:
• Xbox 4GB Slim console - £134.99
• Xbox 4GB Slim console with Kinect and Kinect Adventures - £199.99
• Xbox 250 GB Slim console - £179.98
• Xbox 250 GB Slim console with Kinect and Kinect Adventures - £243.95

When purchasing any of the above, buyers can add one of these games for an extra £15:
Alice: Madness Returns
Dragon Age II
Crysis 2
LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean
EA SPORTS Active 2
Fight Night Champion
NHL 11
Portal 2
Shadows of the Damned
Tiger Woods PGA TOUR 12: The Masters has started a ‘Summer Clearance – The Big Clearout’ sale. There are 50 Xbox 360 titles and three Games for Windows LIVE titles amongst the bargains, although these are the best picks:
Fallout 3 (PC) Broken Steel and Point Lookout Expansion Pack - £2.99
Splatterhouse - £9.99
Dragon Age II - £14.99
Majin and the Forsaken Kingdom - £9.99
Kinect Joy Ride - £14.98
Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare - £11.99

The Weekly Specials at see Le Tour de France 2011 at £23.86, F.E.A.R. 3 at £27.85, and NBA JAM remains at £14.86 for another week.

There are quite a few Star Buys at this week:
Guitar Hero: Van Halen is still £5.86
Rise of the Argonauts is also still £7.85
• Xbox 360 4GB Slim Console - £124.85
Wanted: Weapons of Fate - £8.86
Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock (game only) - £6.85

The summer Sale at Toys R Us continues, although the quality of the deals means that it doesn’t make an appearance here every week. The best deals at the moment are the Band Hero Complete Band Bundle at £34.99, Fight Night Round 3 at £5.99, and Tron: Evolution at £14.99.

Here are the more recent continuing sales:
Amazon’s game bargains still sees the price of Crackdown 2 continue to fluctuate. This week it’s at £7.59 with free UK postage.
GAME continues ‘The GAME Sale’, while sister store GamePlay runs their Summer Sale, and Gamestation runs ‘The Big Sale’ – details here.'s offer of two games for the price of £20 started last week, but the number of titles has now dropped to 23 Xbox 360 titles. Both Games for Windows LIVE titles have been removed from the offer.
Sainsburys’ “Xbox Games From £5.99” offer – details here.’s sale on Disney games – details here.’s Pay Day Price Crash sale – details here.

To start off our new reminder section, are still offering two games for £25. Players can mix and match games across platforms if they so choose, and the discount is applied at the checkout. This is a list of titles included in the sale that can not currently be bought for cheaper than £12.50:
Grand Theft Auto IV
SoulCalibur IV
Star Wars: The Force Unleashed II
Grand Theft Auto IV Episodes From Liberty City
DiRT 2

HMV are still running a promotion where game prices start from £9.99. Unfortunately, most of the better bargains have gone now, but you can still pick up the Michael Jackson: The Experience HMV Exclusive Collector’s Edition for £34.99 – it includes a wireless microphone, t-shirt and lyrics book.

The two games for £25 offer continues at, and is also running at sister store Zavvi. This is a list of titles included in the sale that can not currently be bought for cheaper than £12.50:
LEGO Harry Potter: Years 1-4
Fallout 3 Game of the Year Edition (contains all DLC)
Dead Rising 2 (Xbox 360)
Resident Evil 5 (Xbox 360) Gold Edition (contains all DLC)
Sherlock Holmes vs Jack the Ripper
Dragon Ball: Raging Blast
Skate 3
Monopoly Streets
SoulCalibur IV
Dante's Inferno
Battlefield: Bad Company 2
MX vs. ATV: Alive
Rock Band 3
Ben 10 Ultimate Alien: Cosmic Destruction

The Great Value Gaming sale at, also known as Great Value Games at sister store Zavvi, continues on. The prices are available at both stores unless otherwise stated, but bear in mind that Zavvi appears to have a much bigger selection of games included in this offer. Here are the best picks:
Assassin's Creed II (Xbox 360) - £9.85
Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 2 - £17.85
Just Cause 2 - £8.85
Enslaved: Odyssey to the West - £9.85
WRC: FIA World Rally Championship - £9.85
Tom Clancy's H.A.W.X 2 - £9.85
Truth or Lies - £1.85
de Blob 2 - £8.85 (Zavvi only)
Batman: Arkham Asylum (PC) - £4.85 (Zavvi only)
Kung Fu Panda 2 - £17.85 (Zavvi only)
Deadly Premonition - £10.85 (Zavvi only)
Deathsmiles Deluxe Edition - £10.85 (Zavvi only)
Lost Odyssey - £9.85 (Zavvi only)
Tropico 3 - £9.85 (Zavvi only)
Dance Evolution - £14.85 (Zavvi only)

The Summer Sale at Zavvi still continues. Here’s a reminder of the best bargains:
Duke Nukem Forever Balls of Steel Edition - £43.85
Stoked: Big Air Edition - £11.85
Split/Second - £9.85
MotoGP 10/11 - £14.85
Viva Piñata: Party Animals - £4.85
Medal of Honor - £14.85

Finally, Zavvi’s clearance sale also continues. The best picks here are:
• Xbox 360 Wireless Microphone - £6.85
Ninety-Nine Nights II - £12.85
Naruto: Rise of a Ninja - £9.85
Thor: God of Thunder - £14.85
Heroes Over Europe - £7.85
Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War II (PC) - £5.85
PDC Darts: Pro Tour - £14.85
Crash Time 3: Highway Nights - £12.85

All prices were correct at the time of writing.
Rebecca Smith
Written by Rebecca Smith
Rebecca is the Newshound Manager at TrueGaming Network. She has been contributing articles since 2010, especially those that involve intimidatingly long lists. When not writing news, she works in an independent game shop so that she can spend all day talking about games too. She'll occasionally go outside.