Which of this week’s Xbox Live Deals With Gold bargains should you pick up? – 12th September 2017

Carlos writes "It’s almost here... the exciting time of the year in which all of the biggest titles begin to drop, and we’re all forced to make a decision over which games to put the hours into first. If you prefer to wait a little before emptying your wallet on the latest titles - titles that will no doubt get dropped in a sale in the coming months - then you’ll probably be looking favourably on the weekly Xbox Live Deals With Gold and Spotlight Sale offers as you look for something refreshing to play. Here are the best deals you bargain hunters should be looking out for between the 12th-18th September 2017... and the worst!"

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Amazon Under $21 Game Sale On PS4, XB1 & Switch

Daily Video Game writes: "If you are currently looking to pick up new video games to play on your PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch on a budget, the largest e-commerce platform Amazon is running various video games on sale under $21 for these gaming platforms right now, and we’re here to give you the scoop to get the best games under $21"

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MadLad1513d ago

Well, I highly recommend Kingdom Come: Deliverence, and Planescape Torment, if you have an Xbox.

The first being one of the freshest, most in-depth open world RPGs I've played in a long time. Just a great game in general. Planescape Torment is simply a classic, with amazing writing, great character progression that actually affects the world, and a lot of player agency on how you tackle things. You also get Icewind Dale. Also a great game, but not nearly as good, in my opinion.

Doesn't seem to be a lot of good games offering the sale for the PS4, unfortunately.


A Look at All of the Stealth Games Available on Vita

VGChartz's Adam Cartwright: "The stealth genre is one that some would argue doesn’t even exist – many titles include stealth elements, but actually fit into one of a number of other genres like action, platformer, or third-person shooter. Ever since the breakout success of the Metal Gear franchise (in particular Metal Gear Solid), though, the genre seems on much more stable footing and it demonstrated that you can have a veritable blockbuster on your hands relying only on stealth mechanics as the main gameplay element.

In recent years we’ve seen other things like Assassin’s Creed, Hitman and Splinter Cell continue to push the genre forward, although it still has somewhat limited appeal. Thankfully, the Vita has a healthy selection of stealth games available (and even more with backwards-compatibility), meaning if you’re looking to do some sneaking on the go then you’ll be well served with the console."

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Sheltered (Nintendo Switch) Review | GamePitt

Shaun writes: I’ll start by saying I’m a terrible father. That’s how Sheltered made me feel. On starting the game you’re given the choice on the make up of your family and I decided to pretty much base it on my own, though I did gift myself an extra child, a son called Isaac.

I thought creating and naming the family after my own would give me extra incentive to succeed, but boy did I fail epically hard!

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