It’s been another busy week on Xbox with plenty of new releases including some of the 2017’s most highly anticipated games. But that doesn’t mean you’re not going to be looking for a few bargains from the generous weekly offerings, so as usual, here are our thoughts on the ones from the Xbox Live Deals With Gold and Spotlight Sale for 31st Oct – 6th Nov 2017 that are most, and least, deserving of your cash this week.

GrabZombie Driver Ultimate Edition – 75% off £3.00

If you’re in the market for some top-down frantic arcade action, then there may not be much better on Xbox One than Zombie Driver Ultimate Edition.

This classic zombie killer puts you in the seat of many modified vehicles complete with blades, saws, and multiple guns, before sending you out to rack up the highest possible score from the en-masse slaughter of countless hordes of the undead.

Whether you’re wanting to put a little smackdown on the walking dead or simply just looking for some unadulterated fun, at £3, this is a deal you definitely won’t want to miss out on.

GrabToby: The Secret Mine – 50% off – £4.00

Although it may not be an instant classic, Toby: The Secret Mine is certainly worth a look at its current asking price.

After a slow start there are plenty of fun puzzles and some enjoyable platforming sections that are sure to entertain those fans of the genre. Of course, if it’s depth you’re after then you may want to be looking elsewhere, but if you’re after a refreshing challenge, and have a fair amount of patience, then Toby: The Secret Mine is certainly one to consider.

Just beware of the traps!

Leave – Monster Jam: Crush It – 75% off – £6.00

We don’t like having to condemn any game, but sometimes a game comes along that just simply isn’t up to standards. Monster Jam: Crush It is one such game.

Despite an early Trials Fusion vibe to proceedings, it doesn’t take long to realise that this one doesn’t bring the same level of quality. With repetitive gameplay, a lack of any challenge and poor handling there isn’t really much positive that can be said.

£6 is a far cry away from the usual price tag of Monster Jam, but this is still one that you should ignore, letting you save your cash for something a bit better.

So, there we have it, our thoughts on the best and worst of the weekly Xbox Live Deals With Gold sale. If you’ve been convinced by any of our choices then don’t forget to head on over to CDkeys for some of their super cheap credit to help spread the cost, but before you do why not check out the full list of deals this week covered in our article here.

Xbox Live Deals With Gold and Spotlight Sale Details 31st Oct – 6th Nov 2017

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