Woah. What about THAT? No one could have seen THAT coming, could they? One of the greatest shocks of all time. Game-changing. A jaw-drop, remember-where-you-were-when-you-saw-it moment. Barely believable.
No, we're not talking about last night's episode of Game Of Thrones (we were watching a re-run of Have I Got News For You from 1996 on Gold), but the earth-shattering news that the PS Vita is now available for under £100. Okay, so it's pre-owned, but if you can handle handling something that's been pre-handled elsewhere, you'll surely be able to handle the fact that you can have one delivered to you for only £99.99. And best of all no one even [EDITED FOR SPOILERS].
Four Blu-rays -- yours for £10.00.
LittleBigPlanet: Karting (PS3) -- just £12.99.
Maxiscan Diagnostic Scanner CAN code reader -- only £11.50.
Sony Smart 3D Blu-ray player -- just £59.97.
F.E.A.R. 2: Project Origin (PC) -- only £2.00.
Toy Story 3 (2-disc Blu-ray/DVD) -- yours for £4.29.
Monster Hunter Ultimate (3DS) -- possibly free!
Pikmin 3 (Wii U, pre-order) - yours for £34.85.
Prometheus (Collector's Edition, triple play, region-free) -- only £12.99.
Samsung 250GB SSD -- just £124.98.
Bon Jovi tickets -- half price at £32.50.
Under Armour Dauntless backpack -- only £10 delivered.