Posted Fri, Oct 25, 2013 by Martuk
It's spooky Friday and that means it's time for another trip around the Internet to find out what digital gaming deals you can get cheap for Halloween weekend. If you're craving games of the horror variety and maybe even a little zombie action, you won't be disappointed. Halloween is great for horror so let's get started.
Starting our trip at Green Man Gaming this weekend, there’s all kinds of cheap fun stuff, starting with BioShock Infinite, which you can snag this weekend for just $13.59. Other options include The Walking Dead Pack for $11.99 (but see GameStop Impulse below for a cheaper deal), which includes the entire five episode first season and the 400 Days DLC, Doom 3 BFG Edition ($9.99), Doom Classic ($3.74), Borderlands 2 ($10.19), PayDay 2 ($23.99), and several others.
You can also enter the following code at checkout for 20% off of select games: GMG20-50Z66-SCTEU
Over at GamersGate this week we have a short list, but a good one for some Halloween fun. On the list you’ll find such games as the Dead Space Collection ($34.00), Assassin’s Creed 2 Digital Deluxe Edition ($5.99), Eleusis ($11.99), R.U.S.E.: The Art of Deception ($4.00), and a small selection of other titles, including discounted versions of each Dead Space title if you don’t want the bundle.
If you’re looking to try Guild Wars 2 or enhance your Max Payne collection, GameFly has your hookup this weekend with discounts for both. The weekend sale list includes Guild Wars 2 Standard Edition ($39.99), Guild Wars 2 Digital Deluxe Edition ($59.99), Max Payne Complete Package ($14.99), Warhammer 40k: Dawn of War GOTY ($4.39), Warhammer 40k: Dawn of War II ($6.79), Deus Ex Bundle ($3.49), Dragon Age Bundle ($9.99), The Witcher I & II Bundle ($17.99), Warhammer 40k: Space Marine ($9.99), Mass Effect Trilogy ($13.99), How to Survive ($10.49), Sniper Elite: Nazi Zombie Army 2 ($11.99), and an assortment of Max Payne and Warhammer 40k DLC.
Additionally, there are several other bundle offers available for a substantial discount.
If you’ve finished The Walking Dead Season One but have been putting off buying the 400 Days DLC, you can pick it up from GameStop’s Impulse this weekend for just $1.24. If you haven’t, you can pick up the full first season of The Walking Dead for $6.24, which gives you the full collection for $7.49, $4.51 cheaper than the Green Man deal in this case.
As for other full game deals, you can snag Aliens vs Predator Collection ($5.99), Resident Evil: Revelations ($24.99), Resident Evil 6 ($19.99), F.E.A.R. Bundle ($7.49), Alice: Madness Returns - The Complete Collection ($7.49), Dark Souls: Prepare to Die Edition ($7.49), Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City ($14.99), Dungeons & Dragons Ultimate Pack ($22.49), Killing Floor ($4.99), D&D Anthology: The Master Collection ($9.99), Neverwinter Nights Complete ($14.99), Dead Rising 2: Off the Record ($14.99), Baldur’s Gate Complete ($4.99), Dead Rising 2 ($9.99), and a number of other titles, many of which are horror themed. And if you’re a glutton for self punishment, you can also pick up Aliens: Colonial Marines for $4.99.
Amazon has a modest list this week, some of which can be found in the previously listed deals but with a few exceptions such as Condemned: Criminal Origins ($3.69), The Sims 3 Deluxe ($19.99), Damnation ($2.99), Overlord ($1.49), Overlord 2 ($2.99), Clive Barker’s Jericho ($1.49), Castlevania: Lords of Shadow ($14.99), and several DLC packs for The Sims 3.
Additionally, Amazon also offers The Walking Dead Collection for $7.49, Dead Island GOTY for $4.99, and Max Payne 3 with its Season Pass for $9.99.
Good Old Games offers up a rebellious deal this weekend with 60% off of 13 games from Rebellion for a $39.07 bundle. The bundle includes Empire Earth: Gold Edition, Empire Earth 2: Gold Edition, Empire Earth 3, Evil Genius, Lords of the Realm: Royal Edition, Lords of the Realm 3, Lords of Magic: Special Edition, Ground Control 2: Operation Exodus SE, Judge Dredd: Dredd vs Death, Moonbase Commander, Sniper Elite: Berlin 1945, Pinball Gold Back, and Ground Control along with its expansion.
Humble Bundle serves up the Cipher Prime Bundle this week with five games up for grabs to help support charities. You can pay what you want to get the first three games, Splice, Fractal, and Pulse. But if you pay more than $6, you’ll also get Intake and Auditorium. Each game also comes with an accompanying soundtrack.
Humble Bundle 7 also offers an assortment of PC and Android titles which include Ticket to Ride, Greed Corp, Incredipede, and Anodyne. Pay more than $6.30 and you’ll also get a copy of Worms: Reloaded, The Bard’s Tale, Broken Sword: Director’s Cut, Organ Trail: Director’s Cut, Anomaly Korea, and Ticket to Ride’s Europe DLC along with accompanying soundtracks.
Get Games jumps back on the big deal bandwagon this weekend with titles such as the Tomb Raider reboot ($12.49), Broken Sword: The Director’s Cut ($1.99), Lara Croft and the Guardians of Light ($2.49), Legendary ($2.49), LEGO Marvel Super Heroes ($23.99), Leisure Suit Larry in the Land of the Lounge Lizard Reloaded ($15.99), The Bureau: XCOM Declassified ($24.99), Lucius ($12.49), Manhunter ($7.49), Nuclear Dawn ($4.99), Sonic Generations ($14.99), Surgeon Simulator 2013 ($6.99), The 39 Steps Mac and PC versions ($7.49), Stronghold 3 Gold ($14.99 or $19.99 on Mac), XCOM: Enemy Unknown ($9.99), and over 250 other options.
Get Loaded’s deals are back this weekend with a chance to secure two choice games from their list for just $15. What’s on the list you ask? These 10 games – Hitman Absolution Professional Edition, Sleeping Dogs, DIRT Showdown, Rising Storm, Spellforce 2: Faith in Destiny Digital Deluxe Edition, Sniper Elite V2: High Command Edition, StarDrive, Serious Sam 3: BFE Seriously Digital Edition, The Darkness II, and Sniper Elite: Nazi Zombie Army.
Indie Gala’s latest bundle offers a tiered bundle which includes indie titles such as RefleX along with its soundtrack, Eryi’s Action, Satazius, Naval War with Arctic Circle, and Roaming Fortress for a minimum payment of $1 to get Steam & Desura keys. If you opt to pay at least $5.49, you’ll also get a copy of Fairy Bloom Freesia with soundtrack, Gorky 17, Knights of Pen and Paper, Two Worlds II + Pirates of the Flying DLC, Crusader Kings II, Ether Vapor Remastered with soundtrack, The Showdown Effect, and Darkest Hour.
Once again we end our journey at Steam, where Valve has served up another hefty helping of juicy deals for the weekend. This weekend on the multiple deals front you can get up to 75% off of Deep Silver titles. A few of those titles include Risen ($2.49), Risen 2: Dark Waters ($4.99), the Sacred Collection ($8.74), Saints Row IV ($33.49), Saints Row: The Third – The Full Package ($14.99), Saints Row 2 ($7.49), the Metro Franchise Pack ($36.84), the Dead Island Franchise Pack ($33.49), the hilariously bad Ride to Hell Retribution ($4.99), and many others.
Other deals include the Mass Effect Collection, which only includes Mass Effect and Mass Effect 2 Digital Deluxe Edition for $9.99, Don’t Starve ($7.49), Miner Wars 2081 ($6.80), Test Drive: Ferrari Racing Legends ($5.00), Fantasy Wars ($3.74), Shootmania Storm ($9.99), Skyscraper Simulator ($8.99), Rush to Berlin Gold ($1.24), and plenty of discounted DLC from games such as Killing Floor, Saints Row 3, and more.
Lastly, Steam also has a selection of EVE Online deals available this weekend with the Amarra Starter Pack ($4.98) and a dicounted multimonth subscription option.
Have a great Halloween weekend and be sure to share this little list with your friends.