It's the weekend, and you know what that means. Gamesplanet is bringing yet more incredible deals for you to enjoy. This weekend we've got horror, action, stealth, and plenty more. Let's crack the lid on this sale and take a look inside.
First up, it's intergalactic shooter Everspace: Ultimate Edition. Gamesplanet is offering Everspace at 77% off, which is its lowest price ever. You'll progress through a number of sectors, each one harder than the last. Each death allows you to buy Perks with your credits, which will make subsequent runs easier. Everspace is a seriously addictive space shooter which nails that "just one more try" feeling. Check it out and you won't be disappointed.
Maybe you'd prefer to be scared. If so, we heartily recommend Resident Evil 7: Gold Edition (56% off). This reboot-come-sequel sees players exploring a rural American house to find their missing girlfriend. Resident Evil 7 is the shot in the arm the series so badly needed at time of release. After you've recovered, enjoy some campy co-op horror action fun in Resident Evil 5: Gold Edition (79% off). It's not the revelation Resi 7 was, but it's great fun nonetheless.
Next up, a couple of UK site only deals. Don't worry if you're a US resident; you can still activate these keys in the US but you'll be having to look at the prices in pounds and use their UK store. Just head on over to the Gamesplanet UK store for your discounts. Bayonetta (75% off) is a riotously good action game directed by Devil May Cry head honcho Hideki Kamiya. For petrolheads, Motorsport Manager (75% off) offers the chance to manage your own high-performance motorsport team. Both of these games will work just fine in the US, but you'll need to grab them via the UK store.
Three more to finish what remains of your bank balance. Hitman: Game of the Year Edition (77% off) sets players loose in a series of gorgeous locales as Agent 47. Stalk and dispatch your targets with maximum efficiency and don't get caught. Prefer to stay above the action? Total War: Three Kingdoms (15% off) brings the signature grand strategy of the Total War series to the Three Kingdoms period of Chinese history. Last, but certainly not least, it's strategy tank-'em-up S.W.I.N.E. HD Remaster.
All these games come in the form of Steam keys so you'll need a Steam account to play them. Still, there is a lot to sink your teeth into. Let us know what you pick up!
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