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Danganronpa Trilogy (PS4)

(2 user ratings)

Danganronpa Trilogy (PS4)
In Stock
Price
969

Will you survive this killing game?

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The best way to describe the game is a visual novel where you play as one of the high school students trapped in a killing game. To survive you have to figure out who the blackened is or face the penalty of death. The first game was great. The second had a twist toward the end and the 3rd game will either entertain you or have you foaming at the mouth with rage over the first and last chapter.

Metro Exodus (PS4)

(8 user ratings)

Metro Exodus (PS4)
In Stock
Price
799
RRP
R 999
(-20%)
Normal Price
R 889
(-10%)

S.T.A.L.K.E.R Dejavu

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If you are a fan of the previous Metro titles and S.T.A.L.K.E.R series, you are in for a treat. One of the best releases for 2019 so far.

Borderlands 3 (PS4)

(1 user rating)

Borderlands 3 (PS4)
Pre-order (Expected: 13 Sep 2019)
Price
899
RRP
R 999
(-10%)

More Badonkadonks AND EXPLOSIONS?!

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I am SO glad that BL3 has finally been announced! The first game was huge and set the tone, the second game was massive and took that tone to a new level of awesome (its still the best one yet), and the Pre-Sequel took an alternative take on the tone by introducing anti gravity and Scavs with Aussie accents on Pandora's moon. I can only imagine what 3 is gonna do! One thing you can be sure of is Borderlands will never disappoint. This game is going to be absolutely gigantic!! Guns with legs?! Only in Borderlands :)
The excitement is mounting...13/09/2019

PlayStation Store Wallet Top Up - R200 (PS3/PS4/PS VITA)

(21 user ratings)

PlayStation Store Wallet Top Up - R200 (PS3/PS4/PS VITA)
In Stock
Price
200

Convenient

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Raru.co.za > than Takealot.com :)

ORB - 3m Controller Charge Cable White (Xbox One/Xbox One S)

(1 user rating)

ORB - 3m Controller Charge Cable White (Xbox One/Xbox One S)
Dispatched in 10 to 15 working days
Price
106

Did not work for my Xbox One Controller

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This did not work for my XBox One Controller (Or any other device I tested it with) - Thought the controller was faulty or my drivers were out of date.

Danganronpa Trilogy (PS4)

(2 user ratings)

Danganronpa Trilogy (PS4)
In Stock
Price
969

Will keep you at the edge of your seat

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Full of mystery, full of death, hours of fun time... weird to say that in the same sentence lol but seriously a nice game.. I've played all 3 as well as Ultra Dispair Girls and was not disappointed

Datel - GO-TCHA Wristband for Pokemon Go (Touch Screen & Auto Catch Mode)

(8 user ratings)

Datel - GO-TCHA Wristband for Pokemon Go (Touch Screen & Auto Catch Mode)
Dispatched in 10 to 15 working days
Price
632

Great Product

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Works perfectly - Very Happy

Steam Wallet Code R250 (PC/Mac/Linux)

(21 user ratings)

Steam Wallet Code R250 (PC/Mac/Linux)
Dispatched in 1 to 3 working days
Price
250

Very Good Service

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Very Good Service loving it tank you

Tom Clancy's The Division 2 - Gold Edition (PS4)

(2 user ratings)

Tom Clancy's The Division 2 - Gold Edition (PS4)
In Stock
Price
799
RRP
R 1,499
(-47%)
Normal Price
R 1,399
(-43%)

I'll be using Raru from now on :)

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I would recommend this game to any gamers who like games such as destiny. The Division 2 is honestly a great game with a variety of things to do. It is what the original division should have been.

Honestly I'd never even heard of Raru before I got this game. At the time, they were the only place that allowed me to pre-order The Division 2 Gold Edition in South Africa so I had no option but to use Raru and I'm glad I did.
I pre-ordered my game in January and it was due on the 12th of March, honestly I was worried they had forgotten about my order but Raru made sure my product was delivered on time and without me having to say anything. The delivery went smoothly and the staff were very friendly. My game was sealed, surrounded by cardboard and put into a sealed bag.
During February the game price got reduced slightly and out of the blue Raru emailed me to tell me this and they credited me the difference.

I have absolutely no complaints. I have and I will continue to use Raru as I find it to be reliable and trustworthy :)

Bloodborne (PS4)

(19 user ratings)

Bloodborne (PS4)
Out of Stock
Price
493

The Ultimate Gaming Experience

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I've had my PS4 for nearly 4 years and the only reason I got a PS4 was for this absolute gem of a game.

It is difficult don't be fooled but it is a journey that must be taken by any fan of games.

It has and amazing and well rounded combat system, which challenges you while still giving you that sense of acomplishment we all strive for.

The soundtrack is awe inspiring and strives you to keep going during the ever so difficult boss fights, it has an oppressing tone which makes you feel hopeless while all of a sudden giving you that well needed spur of encouragement to keep going.

It is my all time favourite game of this generation and possibly the last as well.

Its and absolute 10/10.

Secondly Raru has been and always has been extremely helpful with information and keeping me in the loop when anything changes.

Devil May Cry 5 - Lenticular Edition (PS4)

(1 user rating)

Devil May Cry 5 - Lenticular Edition (PS4)
Not available
Price
889
RRP
R 999
(-11%)

Super, stylish, smoking and sexy

Reviewed by on

About 6 years ago, we were graced (or disgraced, as is the popular consensus and I will probably be crucified for enjoying DmC: Devil May Cry) with a soft reboot of the Devil May Cry franchise. This reboot angered a lot of die-hard Devil May Cry fans, mainly due to the polar opposite personality of the re-imagined, tacky-haired, alcohol-swilling, cigarette-smoking (although Dante in DmC was never shown smoking, it was pretty obvious with ashtrays littered in his filthy caravan home) Dante.

The game got very good reviews, but sales were extremely poor and it was believed the book on the Devil May Cry franchise was closed.

Fast forward to 2019, a full 11 years after the release of Devil May Cry 4 (which featured the pizza-loving, white-haired half Demon we all know and love) and we have a direct sequel to Devil May Cry 4, and this time not only features a bearded Dante and a grown Nero, but a Criss Angel-lookalike new character known as V.

I have to admit, the announcement and press around Devil May Cry 5 had me worried. And rightly so. The game is powered by the extremely beefy RE Engine, which powers the brilliant Resident Evil 7 and RE2 Remake. Those two games are quite realistic in terms of graphics, and I was afraid the style of the DMC series will be lost amidst all the realistic graphics. And then there are the Micro-transactions, which I will get to in a moment.

Fortunately, this is definitely not the case. DMC 5 is gorgeous, with incredible facial animations, lovely crumbling skyscrapers, grotesquely detailed demons that look like they were pulled straight out of Resident Evil and morphed into demonic counterparts of themselves, and some pretty badass weapons. It is amazing that Capcom managed to pull off such an incredible amount of detail without losing the art style of the DMC series.

Long-time fans will be extremely pleased to hear that the combat formula hasn't changed a bit, but improved tremendously. The game can be finished by only pressing one attack button, but the true joy comes from the stylish moves that can be pulled off, and trust me, you will be training to get those SSS ranks once you get the hang of the combat system and witness the incredibly stylish combos you can pull off.

This brings us to the three playable characters in the game. Nero, Dante, and the newcomer V. Nero wields his sword Red queen and double-barreled handgun Blue Rose. The Red Queen can be revved up before or during combat, powering up your next attack or special move, up to three attacks depending if you upgraded to that level or not. The Blue Rose can be used to juggle enemies in the air, charged up for a powerful shot and to keep the combat counter up as you close your distance between Nero and the next demon added to the combo fodder. Nero has an incredibly conventional move-set, unlike V.

V is weird, and not because of his name alone. V doesn't fight. He only dodges and executes. He has three demons at his command, Griffin; a cheeky crow-like demon that he can use to dodge out of danger and attack enemies from afar. Then there is Shadow; A demonic panther that pulls off some pretty disturbing shape-shifting moves that have to be witnessed instead of explained. In contrast to Nero and Dante's Devil Trigger, V can activate Nightmare, which turns his hair white and summons a large golem-like demon from the sky. These demons all serve one purpose: to soften up enemies for V to deal a finishing blow, which he performs with his cane.

This brings us at last to Dante. He is without a doubt the easiest character to pull off multiple S-ranks with, but definitely the hardest to master. This is due to the fact (as long-time fans will know) due to his extremely varied move-sets, multiple weapons and fighting styles. The most interesting to note is a bike Dante eventually obtains that can be split in half and used to cleave through hordes of demons.

All in all, Devil May Cry 5 packs a punch in terms of gameplay. There are never dull moments, the pacing is excellent and the Nu-Metal-semi-techno soundtrack complements the game nicely. The online component is a nice touch, and allows players to connect to someone else's game where there are than one character present in the mission (Nero and V for instance will work together in one mission, and both will be controlled by actual players)

With that being said, let us move on to the negative. DMC 5 has a very basic storyline that lacks the sort of depth we see in most blockbuster action games of today (God of War 2018 to give an example). But a worst offender than this, is the completely unnecessary micro-transactions. You can buy a pack of red orbs (currency used to buy skills and upgrades) for R32. That is no small amount, considering that some skills can go up in price in tens of thousands(red orbs terms, not in Rands). Now I have to state the fact that you will have to be really bad or really lazy to want to purchase these, as I never felt as if I was up against impossible odds with the skill-set I could afford at the time, and I played it on Devil Hunter mode.
So it stands to question as to why these MTs exist in the first place.

Now one might ask... "Which version should I buy?"

For an individual that just wants a kickass game, buy the standard edition,

For collectors, there is a very gorgeous steelbook to be added to the collection in the Deluxe edition of the game, which comes with a plethora of bonuses such as extra skins, 100000 Red Orbs and more importantly; Battle tracks from the first four DMC games. These tracks can be changed each time in the main menu before a mission starts, and it's an absolute delight hearing those tracks from DMC3 and 4 during battle sequences.

Rating (rated without Deluxe Edition content in mind) =

Graphics 9/10
Sound and music 9/10
Story 7/10
Gameplay 10/10

Total score: 9.5/10

Devil May Cry 5 - Deluxe Steelbook Edition (Xbox One)

(1 user rating)

Devil May Cry 5 - Deluxe Steelbook Edition (Xbox One)
Out of Stock
Price
989
RRP
R 1,099
(-10%)

Super, stylish, smoking and sexy

Reviewed by on

About 6 years ago, we were graced (or disgraced, as is the popular consensus and I will probably be crucified for enjoying DmC: Devil May Cry) with a soft reboot of the Devil May Cry franchise. This reboot angered a lot of die-hard Devil May Cry fans, mainly due to the polar opposite personality of the re-imagined, tacky-haired, alcohol-swilling, cigarette-smoking (although Dante in DmC was never shown smoking, it was pretty obvious with ashtrays littered in his filthy caravan home) Dante.

The game got very good reviews, but sales were extremely poor and it was believed the book on the Devil May Cry franchise was closed.

Fast forward to 2019, a full 11 years after the release of Devil May Cry 4 (which featured the pizza-loving, white-haired half Demon we all know and love) and we have a direct sequel to Devil May Cry 4, and this time not only features a bearded Dante and a grown Nero, but a Criss Angel-lookalike new character known as V.

I have to admit, the announcement and press around Devil May Cry 5 had me worried. And rightly so. The game is powered by the extremely beefy RE Engine, which powers the brilliant Resident Evil 7 and RE2 Remake. Those two games are quite realistic in terms of graphics, and I was afraid the style of the DMC series will be lost amidst all the realistic graphics. And then there are the Micro-transactions, which I will get to in a moment.

Fortunately, this is definitely not the case. DMC 5 is gorgeous, with incredible facial animations, lovely crumbling skyscrapers, grotesquely detailed demons that look like they were pulled straight out of Resident Evil and morphed into demonic counterparts of themselves, and some pretty badass weapons. It is amazing that Capcom managed to pull off such an incredible amount of detail without losing the art style of the DMC series.

Long-time fans will be extremely pleased to hear that the combat formula hasn't changed a bit, but improved tremendously. The game can be finished by only pressing one attack button, but the true joy comes from the stylish moves that can be pulled off, and trust me, you will be training to get those SSS ranks once you get the hang of the combat system and witness the incredibly stylish combos you can pull off.

This brings us to the three playable characters in the game. Nero, Dante, and the newcomer V. Nero wields his sword Red queen and double-barreled handgun Blue Rose. The Red Queen can be revved up before or during combat, powering up your next attack or special move, up to three attacks depending if you upgraded to that level or not. The Blue Rose can be used to juggle enemies in the air, charged up for a powerful shot and to keep the combat counter up as you close your distance between Nero and the next demon added to the combo fodder. Nero has an incredibly conventional move-set, unlike V.

V is weird, and not because of his name alone. V doesn't fight. He only dodges and executes. He has three demons at his command, Griffin; a cheeky crow-like demon that he can use to dodge out of danger and attack enemies from afar. Then there is Shadow; A demonic panther that pulls off some pretty disturbing shape-shifting moves that have to be witnessed instead of explained. In contrast to Nero and Dante's Devil Trigger, V can activate Nightmare, which turns his hair white and summons a large golem-like demon from the sky. These demons all serve one purpose: to soften up enemies for V to deal a finishing blow, which he performs with his cane.

This brings us at last to Dante. He is without a doubt the easiest character to pull off multiple S-ranks with, but definitely the hardest to master. This is due to the fact (as long-time fans will know) due to his extremely varied move-sets, multiple weapons and fighting styles. The most interesting to note is a bike Dante eventually obtains that can be split in half and used to cleave through hordes of demons.

All in all, Devil May Cry 5 packs a punch in terms of gameplay. There are never dull moments, the pacing is excellent and the Nu-Metal-semi-techno soundtrack complements the game nicely. The online component is a nice touch, and allows players to connect to someone else's game where there are than one character present in the mission (Nero and V for instance will work together in one mission, and both will be controlled by actual players)

With that being said, let us move on to the negative. DMC 5 has a very basic storyline that lacks the sort of depth we see in most blockbuster action games of today (God of War 2018 to give an example). But a worst offender than this, is the completely unnecessary micro-transactions. You can buy a pack of red orbs (currency used to buy skills and upgrades) for R32. That is no small amount, considering that some skills can go up in price in tens of thousands(red orbs terms, not in Rands). Now I have to state the fact that you will have to be really bad or really lazy to want to purchase these, as I never felt as if I was up against impossible odds with the skill-set I could afford at the time, and I played it on Devil Hunter mode.
So it stands to question as to why these MTs exist in the first place.

Now one might ask... "Which version should I buy?"

For an individual that just wants a kickass game, buy the standard edition,

For collectors, there is a very gorgeous steelbook to be added to the collection in the Deluxe edition of the game, which comes with a plethora of bonuses such as extra skins, 100000 Red Orbs and more importantly; Battle tracks from the first four DMC games. These tracks can be changed each time in the main menu before a mission starts, and it's an absolute delight hearing those tracks from DMC3 and 4 during battle sequences.

Rating (rated without Deluxe Edition content in mind) =

Graphics 9/10
Sound and music 9/10
Story 7/10
Gameplay 10/10

Total score: 9.5/10

Devil May Cry 5 - Standard Edition (PS4)

(3 user ratings)

Devil May Cry 5 - Standard Edition (PS4)
Dispatched in 5 to 7 working days
Price
889
RRP
R 999
(-11%)

Super, stylish, smoking and sexy

Reviewed by on

About 6 years ago, we were graced (or disgraced, as is the popular consensus and I will probably be crucified for enjoying DmC: Devil May Cry) with a soft reboot of the Devil May Cry franchise. This reboot angered a lot of die-hard Devil May Cry fans, mainly due to the polar opposite personality of the re-imagined, tacky-haired, alcohol-swilling, cigarette-smoking (although Dante in DmC was never shown smoking, it was pretty obvious with ashtrays littered in his filthy caravan home) Dante.

The game got very good reviews, but sales were extremely poor and it was believed the book on the Devil May Cry franchise was closed.

Fast forward to 2019, a full 11 years after the release of Devil May Cry 4 (which featured the pizza-loving, white-haired half Demon we all know and love) and we have a direct sequel to Devil May Cry 4, and this time not only features a bearded Dante and a grown Nero, but a Criss Angel-lookalike new character known as V.

I have to admit, the announcement and press around Devil May Cry 5 had me worried. And rightly so. The game is powered by the extremely beefy RE Engine, which powers the brilliant Resident Evil 7 and RE2 Remake. Those two games are quite realistic in terms of graphics, and I was afraid the style of the DMC series will be lost amidst all the realistic graphics. And then there are the Micro-transactions, which I will get to in a moment.

Fortunately, this is definitely not the case. DMC 5 is gorgeous, with incredible facial animations, lovely crumbling skyscrapers, grotesquely detailed demons that look like they were pulled straight out of Resident Evil and morphed into demonic counterparts of themselves, and some pretty badass weapons. It is amazing that Capcom managed to pull off such an incredible amount of detail without losing the art style of the DMC series.

Long-time fans will be extremely pleased to hear that the combat formula hasn't changed a bit, but improved tremendously. The game can be finished by only pressing one attack button, but the true joy comes from the stylish moves that can be pulled off, and trust me, you will be training to get those SSS ranks once you get the hang of the combat system and witness the incredibly stylish combos you can pull off.

This brings us to the three playable characters in the game. Nero, Dante, and the newcomer V. Nero wields his sword Red queen and double-barreled handgun Blue Rose. The Red Queen can be revved up before or during combat, powering up your next attack or special move, up to three attacks depending if you upgraded to that level or not. The Blue Rose can be used to juggle enemies in the air, charged up for a powerful shot and to keep the combat counter up as you close your distance between Nero and the next demon added to the combo fodder. Nero has an incredibly conventional move-set, unlike V.

V is weird, and not because of his name alone. V doesn't fight. He only dodges and executes. He has three demons at his command, Griffin; a cheeky crow-like demon that he can use to dodge out of danger and attack enemies from afar. Then there is Shadow; A demonic panther that pulls off some pretty disturbing shape-shifting moves that have to be witnessed instead of explained. In contrast to Nero and Dante's Devil Trigger, V can activate Nightmare, which turns his hair white and summons a large golem-like demon from the sky. These demons all serve one purpose: to soften up enemies for V to deal a finishing blow, which he performs with his cane.

This brings us at last to Dante. He is without a doubt the easiest character to pull off multiple S-ranks with, but definitely the hardest to master. This is due to the fact (as long-time fans will know) due to his extremely varied move-sets, multiple weapons and fighting styles. The most interesting to note is a bike Dante eventually obtains that can be split in half and used to cleave through hordes of demons.

All in all, Devil May Cry 5 packs a punch in terms of gameplay. There are never dull moments, the pacing is excellent and the Nu-Metal-semi-techno soundtrack complements the game nicely. The online component is a nice touch, and allows players to connect to someone else's game where there are than one character present in the mission (Nero and V for instance will work together in one mission, and both will be controlled by actual players)

With that being said, let us move on to the negative. DMC 5 has a very basic storyline that lacks the sort of depth we see in most blockbuster action games of today (God of War 2018 to give an example). But a worst offender than this, is the completely unnecessary micro-transactions. You can buy a pack of red orbs (currency used to buy skills and upgrades) for R32. That is no small amount, considering that some skills can go up in price in tens of thousands(red orbs terms, not in Rands). Now I have to state the fact that you will have to be really bad or really lazy to want to purchase these, as I never felt as if I was up against impossible odds with the skill-set I could afford at the time, and I played it on Devil Hunter mode.
So it stands to question as to why these MTs exist in the first place.

Now one might ask... "Which version should I buy?"

For an individual that just wants a kickass game, buy the standard edition,

For collectors, there is a very gorgeous steelbook to be added to the collection in the Deluxe edition of the game, which comes with a plethora of bonuses such as extra skins, 100000 Red Orbs and more importantly; Battle tracks from the first four DMC games. These tracks can be changed each time in the main menu before a mission starts, and it's an absolute delight hearing those tracks from DMC3 and 4 during battle sequences.

Rating (rated without Deluxe Edition content in mind) =

Graphics 9/10
Sound and music 9/10
Story 7/10
Gameplay 10/10

Total score: 9.5/10

Anthem (PS4)

(3 user ratings)

Anthem (PS4)
In Stock
Price
599
RRP
R 1,099
(-45%)
Normal Price
R 969
(-38%)

Anthem Game that can become awesome

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Anthem a New Ip from Bioware and EA, open world looter shooter with Story and Javelin suits to meet anyones play style. I jumped into this game loving the game play of flight and best playing with your friends to become powerful and grind for the loot. Issues unfortunately plagued me with bugs,crashes and getting kicked out of the game. They have patched and sorted out many of the issues, with over 80 hours in the game, i am still enjoying it. With the right time and work this game have potential to become a great and exciting game for all.

Devil May Cry 5 - Standard Edition (PS4)

(3 user ratings)

Devil May Cry 5 - Standard Edition (PS4)
Dispatched in 5 to 7 working days
Price
889
RRP
R 999
(-11%)

Best of the series

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DMC3 has always been one of my favourite gaming memories and Devil May Cry 5 finally been the title to dethrone it as my new favourite DMC title.

With the addition of V combat is varied and never gets stale and is a nice change form the normal hack n slash gameplay veterans of the series know and love, even on the automatic mode where it's great fun just to watch the massive combos.

Graphics are top notch and it runs extremely smoothly.

Sound design is also really well implemented with a large sound stage and great soundtrack.

It's been a long time since a game has kept me as enthralled as this one and I'm glad that it was DMC to do it

Red Dead Redemption 2 (PS4)

(43 user ratings)

Red Dead Redemption 2 (PS4)
Dispatched in 4 to 7 working days
Price
679
RRP
R 999
(-32%)
Normal Price
R 899
(-24%)

Masterpiece

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Honestly one of the best games I have enjoyed on PS4.

Immersive story and huge open world with tons of easter eggs.

Started with my second play through and still enjoying it.

Battlefield V (PC)

(1 user rating)

Battlefield V (PC)
Dispatched in 4 to 7 working days
Price
969
RRP
R 1,099
(-12%)

Still the only game to give you those "Battlefield Moments"

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Graphics and sound are, as usual, superb. The sound of a Stuka dive bombing is truly terrifying. Gameplay is great, often fast and frantic, never dull. The emphasis on this game is definitely on teamwork. If you don't stick with your squad or team, you're usually at a big disadvantage, and will spend a lot of time staring at your map, waiting to spawn. New guns and game modes are being added constantly, and Firestorm is coming. If you haven't yet, you should definitely give this a try, but bring friends.

Tom Clancy's The Division 2 (PC)

(2 user ratings)

Tom Clancy's The Division 2 (PC)
Not available
Price
769
RRP
R 849
(-9%)

Great Game

Reviewed by on

I have played the first installment of this game and enjoyed it, The Division 2 that is going to be released soon will be great. I have played the private beta and also the open beta and enjoyed the experience. Worthwhile game to buy

Total War: Warhammer (PC)

(3 user ratings)

Total War: Warhammer (PC)
Out of Stock
Price
636

One of the only good turn-based strategies out there today

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Extremely deep lore and interesting classes, this game shines as a turn based strategy with near infinite content to comb through.

Fair warning: this game can consume you if you're not careful!

Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! (Nintendo Switch)

(3 user ratings)

Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! (Nintendo Switch)
Dispatched in 5 to 7 working days
Price
899
RRP
R 999
(-10%)

A New Spin on the Series

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Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! is nothing like other Pokemon games. Yes, you start off in Pallet Town. Yes, you can battle Pokemon and other trainers. And YES, you can catch em' all. But this game seems to be more inspired by Pokemon Yellow from the Game Boy and Pokemon GO. Its gameplay is much easier and highly resembles Pokemon GO's catching system yet follows the traditional Pokemon battle system. All in all, its a great game for kids especially due to the kid-friendly controls. I don't recommend it for those looking for the usual RPG style of other Pokemon games.

Mortal Kombat 11 (PS4)

(3 user ratings)

Mortal Kombat 11 (PS4)
Pre-order (Expected: 23 Apr 2019)
Price
889
RRP
R 999
(-11%)

The best Mortal Kombat yet

Reviewed by on

Even though the game has yet to be released, from gameplay and public events, it is shown that Mortal Kombat 11 is shaping up to be the best game Netherrealm studios have made. The gameplay is influenced by both Injustice 2 and Mortal Kombat X. This gives players a variety of "k"ustomisation options through gear and much more fluid gameplay, yet slower in pace, has been shown off. The roster and character design seem to be awesome as well. I can't wait to face all of you! You're next... Thanks for reading : ).

Jump Force (PS4)

(1 user rating)

Jump Force (PS4)
In Stock
Price
699
RRP
R 999
(-30%)
Normal Price
R 899
(-22%)

Before You Buy

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Just know this game is not an extremely intricate and tactical fighter its more of an arcadey style game which has a story mode that leaves a lot to be desired. However the combat assuming you enjoy fast paced, hectic and fluid fighting then this is most definitely the game for you

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt - Game of the Year Edition (PC)

(7 user ratings)

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt - Game of the Year Edition (PC)
Dispatched in 5 to 7 working days
Price
547
RRP
R 599
(-9%)

Best game I've ever had the privilege of playing!

Reviewed by on

If you are a fan of fantasy, open world games or just a good story you should not hesitate to get this. Thousands of people keep harping on about this game with good reason. IT'S THAT GOOD.

The GOTY edition includes two seperate DLC's that are so good can can stand alone as their own games.
This game is visually a treat, immerses you and will give hundreds of hours of entertainment.

Tom Clancy's The Division 2 (PC)

(2 user ratings)

Tom Clancy's The Division 2 (PC)
Not available
Price
769
RRP
R 849
(-9%)

Awesome!!!

Reviewed by on

Great Game - Played Private Beta, release is close can't wait to get my copy of the game and start playing.

DiRT Rally 2.0 (PS4)

(1 user rating)

DiRT Rally 2.0 (PS4)
In Stock
Price
799
RRP
R 999
(-20%)
Normal Price
R 889
(-10%)

Good Game.

Reviewed by on

I played on PS3 years ago, Fun driving game especially if you like dirt roads and scenery of the great outdoors..
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