Summer is well and truly here. That means serious deals on games, before the onslaught of new releases in autumn. The PlayStation Store is the latest to slash prices, and there’s plenty of gold here for racing fans.
eBay’s back at it again with the crazy sales: “everything” on the site is available, today only, at a 15% discount (up to $100) until 9:00pm Pacific Time tonight, June 29. The promotion comes about three weeks after their 20% off sale earlier this month, with the same exclusions.
It’s the Year of the Dog and to celebrate Steam is offering some awesome deals on thousands of games this weekend. Among those games are a plethora of both sim and arcade racing titles, along with other automotive games.
The sim-racing hardware guys over at Fanatec have been on a roll this holiday shopping season. After some popular Black Friday weekend sales, they’re back with a new sales concept: an “Advent Calendar” sale.
With many of us spending the day with family and food, the big day of deals known as Black Friday is just hours away. With Sony getting the PlayStation Store party started yesterday, and Microsoft announcing its sale last week, that only really leaves the PC crowd and Steam has things in place with the Autumn Sale going on right now.
We’re inching closer to the big deal-finding day (or, as it has increasingly become, the entire long weekend). The Xbox Store already revealed its Black Friday deals last week, and now Sony has announced their own slashed prices.
As if things weren’t crazy enough on “Black Friday”, things are heating up in the world of sim-racing deals this weekend! Of course, we already told you about most of them in our Black Friday Buyer’s Guide earlier this week, but there’s a few more surprises you need to know about.
The Logitech G27 remains one of the most popular and widely used wheels in sim racing, thanks to its sturdy construction and nearly ubiquitous compatibility with console and PC racing games. Although it can’t quite offer the same range of features or technology that today’s high-end wheels provide, it is still one of the most affordable ways to upgrade from a controller.