Welcome to another edition of Weekly Gaming Deals Roundup, where do the legwork to find you all the best digital gaming deals available for cheap this weekend. The Steam Summer Sale of 2013 is now underway so lets dive in.
Unless youve been living under a rock, youre aware that Steams Summer Sale kicked off yesterday and were in for a lengthy set of great gaming deals over the next couple of weeks. The first day of sales have come to a close and this list will change each day, so Ill just be naming a few of whats available for sale today. In addition to the daily rotation of game sales, there will also be Flash sales and community vote sales every 8 hours, so keep a check and you catch a game on your list for cheap.
So here are a few things that you can get today: Surgeon Simulator 2013 ($3.39), Fez ($4.99), Darksiders II: Death Lives ($9.99), TellTales The Walking Dead ($6.24), Chivalry: Medieval Warfare ($6.24), FTL ($2.49), There are many more available, so be sure to check them all out if youre looking to expand your gaming library.
For the next few hours you can also get some good discounts in the current flash sale for XCOM: Enemy Unknown ($9.99), Farcry 3 ($23.99), Legends of Grimrock ($3.74), and Runner 2 ($7.49) as well as the community voted deal for Grand Theft Auto IV ($4.99).
The Steam Summer Sale runs through July 22nd, 2013.
Atari may have played the bankruptcy card earlier this year, but their library of published games lives on. Over at GoG this week theres a new bundle of Atari games on sale with 27 games in total for the bundle price of $67.28. Some of the games include the Alone in the Dark series, Chronicles of Riddick: Assault on Dark Athena, Total Annihilation, Masters of Orion, Darklands, and several more. As is the case with all GoG games, the titles are all DRM-free.
Steams not the only one with a summer sale this weekend. GamersGate is also hosting its own batch of game sales. Here are a few things that you can get today: Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning Collection ($7.49), Mass Effect 3 ($14.96), Mass Effect Trilogy ($22.46), SimCity 4 Deluxe Edition ($14.96), Dragon Age Origins Ultimate Edition ($22.46), and a multitude of other games from The Sims 3 series (also see Origin deals below), Tropico, the Risen series, around 600 games and DLCs in total.
This is the final weekend for Amazons summer discount sale, so you may want to browse the hundreds of games available before it ends. Just a few things available include Just Cause 2 ($5.99), Deus Ex Human Revolution ($4.99), Amnesia the Dark Decent ($2.99), Tales of Monkey Island Bundle ($8.95), Baldurs Gate Enhanced Edition ($5.99), Command & Conquer The Ultimate Collection ($9.99), the Deep Silver Power Pack ($19.99), and hundreds of others.
EA takes center stage at GameFly this weekend for five bundle gaming sales. The bundles include the Kingdoms of Amalur Complete ($9.99 but only $7.49 at GamersGate), the Dead Space Bundle with Dead Space 1 and 2 for $9.99, the Crysis Collection with Crysis, Crysis 2 Maxim Edition, Crysis Warhead, and Crysis Wars for $14.99, the Mass Effect Trilogy for $19.99 (available for $14.96 at GamersGate), and the Dragon Age Bundle for $12.46, which includes the Dragon Age Origins Ultimate Edition and Dragon Age II. Just keep in mind that the Dead Space and Crysis Bundles do not include the third games in the series.
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Origin doesnt usually go all out for gaming sales, but there is one that may interest fans of The Sims series this weekend. You can pick up The Sims 3 for just $5 as well as the expansion packs for a bit less this weekend priced between $7.99 and $11.99. Physical copies are available for a bit more, so be sure to give them a look.
More deals are available at Get Games this week for several Codemaster racing games and other titles such as Toilet Tycoon ($2.47), the F.E.A.R. Collection ($13.74), Bad Bots ($7.49), Civilizations III Complete Edition ($2.49), Dirt 2 ($3.76), Dirt 3 ($8.49), Grid ($3.74), F1 2012 ($13.59), and several others. The F.E.A.R. games are also available individually for discount with prices chronologically listed at $4.99, $5.09, and $3.99, respectively.
And we end our trip this week with the weekly Humble Bundle deal. As with all Humble Bundles, you can set your own price and decide how much goes to the developer or the two charities with the handy little slider at checkout. Available this week is a bundle from Spiderweb Software that includes The Geneforge Saga, Avadon: The Black Fortress, The First Avernum Trilogy with Blades of Avernum, Avernum: The Great Trials of Trilogy, and a bonus game art and hint book. If you opt to pay more than $4.27, youll also get Avernum: Escape from the Pit. Enjoy!
And that ends our trip around the web this week. Chances are well all be broke by the end of this month, but at least well have plenty of games to keep us entertained. If you found this article useful, please let us know and share it with your friends on Facebook.