Posted Fri, Dec 13, 2013 by Martuk
Tis the season to be jolly and you too can spread some holiday cheer with our Weekend Gaming Deals Roundup. Join us as we do all the leg work to bring you the best digital PC gaming deals available for cheap this weekend and find some of the best holiday sales available on the cheap.
Starting things off at Green Man Gaming this week you can choose from a modest selection of holiday offers or just take your pick of the lot and use the following code for 25% off: GMG25-XI6UI-D5GBQ.
As for the rest, you can snag the Europa Universalis IV Gift Pack for $39.99, which includes Europa Universalis IV, Crusader Kings II, Cities in Motion 2, War of the Roses, Magicka, and Warlock: Masters of the Arcane. You can also snag the Football Manager 2014 Gift Pack for $49.99, which includes Football Manager 2014, Virtua Tennis 4, London 2012, Hell Yeah! Wrath of the Dead Rabbit, Alpha Protocol, and Condemned: Criminal Origins.
In addition to those packs you can also snag discounted games such as Just Cause 2, The Darkness II, and Spec Ops The Line for $7.49 each.
Over at GameFly this week it’s Winter Sale time, offering up to 75% off of select games. Some of the games on sale include Battlefield 4 ($39.99), Sanctum ($3.75), How to Survive ($7.49), Borderlands 2 Game of the Year Edition ($29.99), the Mount & Blade Collection (5.99), Alien Rage ($9.99), Hotline Miami ($3.39), Shadow Warrior ($9.99), and a number of others, including games from the Serious Sam, Elven Legacy, and Men of War series. Additional deals will be rotated in as the daily sale continues.
GamersGate is also in the midst of its Holiday Sale this week with offerings that will be changing with more additions each day. For now, here are a few of the games that you can get on Friday’s sale list: Aliens: Colonial Marines ($5.00), Blood Bowl: Chaos Edition ($7.49), Venice ($13.60), and Dungeon Siege III ($3.74).
Other games available o the cheap include Dark Souls: Prepare to Die Edition ($10.19), BioShock Infinite ($9.99), Legacy of Kain Collection ($6.25), Tomb Raider Survival Edition ($19.70), Hitman Absolution ($8.50), Sleeping Dogs Digital Edition ($8.50), Darksiders II ($24.98), Primal Carnage ($3.74), Just Cause 2 ($5.08), Torchlight II ($9.98), Rogue Legacy ($5.10), Alan Wake Collection ($22.49), Hitman Collection ($6.25), Just Cause Collection ($10.00), Titan Quest Gold Edition ($9.98), Deus Ex Collection ($10.20), Tomb Raider Collection ($17.50), Amnesia The Dark Descent ($4.99), Darksiders ($10.00), Kane & Lynch 2: Dog Days ($3.38), Thief Collection ($6.80), FarCry ($5.97), FarCry 2: Fortune Edition ($5.97), and nearly 500 others.
GameStop serves up a modest offering this weekend with a small list of discounts but solid titles, most of which are from EA and Ubisoft. That list includes SimCity ($19.99) and its expansion Cities of Tomorrow ($19.99). You can also grab TrackMania Canyon, TrackMania Valley, and TrackMania Stadium for $9.99 each, Crysis 3 for $14.99, Dead Space 3 for $9.99, Command & Conquer: The Ultimate Collection for $5.99, and Need for Speed Wanted for $5.99. There are a few others but that’s the meat of it. Crysis 3, Dead Space 3, and Command & Conquer: The Ultimate Edition are all available on Origin's sale this weekend as well, but they are not even close to as cheap as this sale. Just something to keep that in mind in case you decide to buy one.
If Amazon’s holiday deal was food someone would need to pass the salt. It’s filled with loads of great games and if you are looking a holiday gift for a friend, who happens to be a Bethesda fan, then you need look no further. Starting with Bethesda, you can grab games that include Fallout 3 Game of the Year ($11.99), Doom 3: BFG Edition ($4.99), The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind GOTY ($4.99), The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion GOTY ($4.99), The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim ($7.49) or its Legendary Edition ($20.39), Dishonored GOTY ($23.99), Fallout New Vegas Ultimate Edition ($11.99), Quake: The Offering ($4.99), Return to Castle Wolfenstein ($4.99), Brink ($9.99), Quake II ($4.99), Wolfenstein 3D ($2.49), Quake 4 ($9.99), Rogue Warrior ($4.99), Hunted: The Demon’s Forge ($9.99), and Rage ($9.99).
Moving off the Bethesda list, there’s a massive number of others, a few of which include the amusing DLC Quest ($.99), Guns of Icarus Online ($14.99), Sniper: Ghost Warrior 2 ($19.99), Sniper: Art of Victory ($2.49), Joe Danger 2: The Movie ($14.99), Critical Mass ($.49), Police Force ($10.04), Airport Simulator 2013 ($17.49), Anodyne ($4.99), Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell Conviction ($19.99), Outlast ($11.99), and several more.
Over at GoG right now there’s not only a highly discounted Winter Sale, but you can also get some classic Fallout games for free for the 18 hours. That includes Fallout, Fallout 2, and Fallout Tactics, so you may want to hurry if those are a few games that you want to add to your collection. Additionally, GoG is also giving its customers a chance at some random luck each day. You can pick from one of three box options for a chance at a special discount offer or maybe even another free game.
As for GoG’s Winter Sale, You can pick up games such as Battle Worlds Kronos ($19.99), System Shock 2 ($4.99), Arklash Legacy ($12.59), Papers, Please ($6.66), Wing Commander 5: Prophecy ($2.99), Rise of the Triad ($7.49), Duke Nukem 3D ($2.99), Deadly Premonition ($12.49), Tales from Monkey Island ($17.49), TellTale’s Back to the Future ($12.49), Sword of the Stars The Pit ($6.49), Wizardry 6&7 ($2.99), Might and Magic 6-Pack ($4.99), Bard’s Tale ($4.99), The Witcher 2 Assassin of Kings Enhanced Edition ($9.99), and many others.
Over at Humble Bundle this weekend are a pair of offers. The Tripwire Bundle is the weekly bundle for this week and includes Zeno Clash, Zeno Clash 2, Killing Floor, and Dwarfs. If you opt to pay $6 or more you’ll also get Rock of Ages and Rising Storm. Each game comes with an accompanying soundtrack.
On the main bundle page this week, you can also snag a bundle that includes Natural Selection 2, Sanctum 2, and Magicka + 2 DLCs. If you opt to pay at least $4.26 or more, you’ll also get a copy of the Sanctum Collection, Orcs Must Die! GOTY, Cities in Motion 2, Orcs Must Die! 2: Complete Pack, Garry’s Mod, and Serious Sam 3: BFE along with various game soundtracks.
As always with Humble Bundle, you can choose what you want to pay to the publisher and the charity. Be sure to scope out the Humble Store for more deals.
Get Games has a hefty list of discounts this weekend filled with assassins, sims, and Batman. But to highlight one short-term deal that you may want to check on if you’ve been looking to grab the Tomb Raider reboot on the cheap, for today only, you can get it for just $9.99.
If there’s an Assassin’s Creed game that you’ve been wanting, you can probably get it at Get games this weekend. Pretty much every game in the series is on sale. That sale includes Assassin’s Creed ($4.99), Assassin’s Creed II Deluxe Digital Edition ($4.99), Assassin’s Creed III ($11.89), Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag ($44.99) or the Digital Deluxe version ($52.49), Assassin’s Creed Revelations Gold Edition ($9.99), Assassin’s Creed Brotherhood Digital Deluxe Edition ($7.49), as well as assorted DLC and the Black Flag Season Pass for $14.99.
In addition to assassins and the raiding of tombs, you can also snag a few other deals such as Batman Arkham Origins ($37.49), Darkout ($12.74), and several games in the Civilization series.
Not to be outdone for the holidays, Get Loaded returns with its 2 for $10 deal. As that implies, you can pick any two games from the following list and pay $10: Aliens: Colonial Marines, the Aliens vs Predator Collection, Warhammer 40k Dawn of War, Sonic All-Star Racing Transformed, the Binary Domain Collection, Company of Heroes Collection, Medieval II: Total War Collection, Rome Total War Collection, Hell Yeah! Wrath of the Dead Rabbit Collection, Condemned: Criminal Origins, Empire Total War, Viking Battle for Asgard, Alpha Protocol, Renegade Ops Collection, Virtua Tennis 4, and the Dreamcast Collection.
ShinyLoot is in Pre-Holiday Sale mode this weekend with discounts on games that include the creatively named Zombie Shooter ($1.25), Ground Control Simulator ($2.50), Bridge Constructor ($2.50), Tabletop Defense ($4.00), Trainz: Murchison 2 ($12.50), Enola ($10.04), NarcoGuerra ($0.74), RPG Maker XP ($12.99), RPG Maker VX ($24.99), and several others.
Alternatively, you can also take advantage of ShinyLoot’s “Build a Bundle” offer for the next few days, which lets you build your own bundle of 2 or more games from the selection found here. They’re even giving away free games for hitting bundle sale milestones, so be sure to check that out.
Even EA is in the holiday discount spirit. After being named among the “Best Places to Work” this week to help shake off the taint of being voted as the “Worst Company in America” 2 years running by the Consumerist (yeah, we know that there were far worst out there than EA). The big thing this weekend on Origin is a long list of all things The Sims related The prices range from $9.99 to $19.99 and include everything from The Sims 3, The Sims Medieval, and the metric ton of The Sims 3 expansion packs.
If The Sims aren’t your thing don’t worry, there’s more. Also on sale at Origin this weekend you can get FIFA 14 Digital Deluxe ($39.99), the Mass Effect Trilogy ($31.99), Mass Effect 3 N7 Digital Deluxe Edition ($23.99), Dragon Age Origins Ultimate Edition ($23.99), Mass Effect 2 ($15.99), and many others. You can also get Dead Space 3, Crysis 3, and Command & Conquer The Ultimate Collection, but as I mentioned earlier in the article, they’re “much” cheaper at GameStop’s Impulse, so be sure to just go there if you want them.
Three more bundles join the list at Bundle Stars this week with the Indie Capsule Bundle ($3.48), the Planes, Trains, and Automobiles Bundle ($3.48), and the War of Ages Bundle ($3.48). So what’s in them you ask?
There are still other bundles from previous weeks available, so be sure to check those out if these didn’t do it for you.
Last up again this week is Steam, which, as always, has some fun weekend deals too choose from. On the list this weekend at Steam you’ll find games that include Kerbal Space Program ($16.19), Mark Ecko’s Getting Up: Contents Under Pressure ($7.49), 7 Days to Die ($29.74), Two Worlds II ($5.99), Two Worlds II Castle Defense ($2.39), Two Worlds Epic Edition ($1.99), Strike Suit Infinity ($1.74), Gothic 3 ($2.49), Gothic ($4.99), Dino D-Day ($2.00), Duke Nukem 3D Megaton Edition ($2.49), The Guild II ($2.49), The Ball ($4.99), Retrovirus ($4.99), Chaser ($1.24), Strike Suit Zero ($4.99), and several more, including several discounted bits of Killing Floor DLC.
Your Steam daily deal is The Bureau: XCOM Declassified ($12.49).
And that concludes this week’s trip. Be sure to share this list with your friends and have a happy weekend of gaming.