The last full week of August is here, which means right around the corner is a stampede of new games waiting to crush us under the might of their combined costs. But have no fear, because cheap games are here to give your poor wallet a bit of relief while still allowing you to game on some fairly new titles.

The highlight this week is Metro Redux, which is the next-gen bundle that includes Metro 2033 and Metro: Last Light. You're going to get a whole lot of brutal gameplay and brilliantly drab aesthetics for a relatively cheap introductory price. Check out the rest of the deals below to see how much you can save and which titles are worthy of your time.

  • Metro Redux (PS4/Xbox One)

    Reg Price: $49.99

    Play through two Metro titles, all revamped for the next-gen platforms. Not only are the graphics ridiculously detailed, but you'll be able to roam through the broken wastes of a post-apocalyptic Russia. If you don't consider that hardcore, then you're a frightening individual.

  • Bound by Flame (PS4)

    Reg. Price: $49.99/Sale Price: $34.99

    In Bound by Flame, you'll defend the land from demons while dealing with one of your own. Will you tap into the demonic powers of the entity residing in your body, unleashing its fiery wrath on your enemies or will you retain your humanity? Make your choices well, because your actions will affect all of those who surround you.

  • Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare (Xbox One)

    Reg. Price: $39.99/Sale Price: $29.99

    Take the battle to the next level as you fight through this class-based shooter in the world of the Plants vs. Zombies universe. Pick a team and then take to the fields as you engage the opposite team in combat until you get your chloro-fill. Get it?

  • South Park: The Stick of Truth (PS3/Xbox 360)

    Reg. Price: $39.99/Sale Price: $29.99

    Hey, new kid! Step into your new home of South Park and join the fight to regain the fabled Stick of Truth. Engage in a role-playing adventure as you join the cast of the hit TV show and unleash a variety of special attacks with varying degrees of hilarity.

  • Diablo 3 (PC)

    Reg. Price: $39.99/Sale Price: $19.99

    Take on the forces of evil as the Monk, the Barbarian, the Wizard, the Witch Doctor or the Demon Hunter as you jump into the third installment of the famed dungeon-crawling series. Kill monsters, get loot, complete quests and then get more loot. It's a beautiful cycle, which can now be yours for a low price of $20.

  • Thief (PS4)

    Reg. Price: $49.99/Sale Price: $38.17

    As Garrett, delve into the City and liberate some riches from the clutches of some undeserving people who own them. Use your skills to become a knife in the dark, invisible to your enemies until the last possible moment.

  • Batman: Arkham Origins (Xbox 360)

    Reg. Price: $29.99/Sale Price: $23.50

    Go back to one of the Caped Crusader's first and worst nights. See how he met some of the fiercest members of the Rogues Gallery and how he was forged in the fires of one very bad night.

  • Call of Duty: Ghosts (PS4)

    Reg. Price: $59.99/Sale Price: $49.99

    The PS4 version of Call of Duty: Ghosts is a little cheaper now, so it's the perfect time to grab this gem before Advanced Warfare is released. So grab the game, grab some friends and head online to battle countless others in multiplayer action!

  • Tales of Symphonia Chronicles (PS3)

    New Price: $19.99

    Tales of Symphonia and Tales of Symphonia 2: Dawn of the New World have been bundled together in one package bursting with Japanese role-playing game goodness. Join Lloyd and the gang on their cel-shaded adventures as you utilize a unique battle system that feels more like a Street Fighter game than an RPG system. For only $20, you can't go wrong.

  • Assassin's Creed 4: Black Flag (PS4/Xbox One)

    Reg. Price: $59.99/Sale Price: $39.99

    Become the captain of the Jackdaw as you step into the ass-kicking boots of Edward Kenway. Explore a massive map full of islands with treasure to plunder and interesting people to kill. All of this open-world goodness can be yours on next-gen consoles for a lower price.