Posted Fri, Aug 16, 2013 by Martuk
Welcome back for another edition of Weekend Gaming Deals Roundup, where we do the legwork to find you the best digital gaming deals available for cheap just in time for the weekend.
Let’s hit the ground running this week with what’s probably the best deal around this weekend – the Humble Origin Bundle. EA’s Humble Bundle isn’t very humble when it comes to a robust selection of games. Setting your own price this week you can get your hands on Mirror’s Edge, Burnout Paradise: The Ultimate Box, Crysis 2: Maxim Edition, Dead Space, Dead Space 3, and Medal of Honor. If you opt to pay more than the average $4.80 price you can also get copies of Battlefield 3 and The Sims 3 Starter Pack.
Flipping the page to the weekly bundle deal you’ll find several games selected by YouTube personality PewDieDie. This includes Botanicula, McPixel, Thomas Was Alone, The Showdown Effect, and if you pay more than $2.54, Amnesia: The Dark Decent.
As always is the case with the Humble Bundle, you can select how much goes to the developer and the two charities via the handy little sliders.
If you’re lacking in your Total War strategy game collection, you may want to pay a visit over to Green Man this weekend where you’ll find the Total War collection available for up to 75% off. Other discounted titles include Crysis 3 ($19.99), Need for Speed Most Wanted ($9.99), LA Noire ($5.99), and the Grand Theft Auto Complete Bundle ($12.49).
Don’t forget to enter this handy little discount code for 20% off: GMG20-4B9NY-L4FEN.
Strategy games and the Dark Knight make up the bulk of GamersGate’s offers this weekend with XCOM: Enemy Unknown ($9.99), Batman: Arkham Collection ($15.28), LEGO Batman ($5.99), and old school XCOM Complete Pack ($3.74).
Like the rest so far, GameFly has a relatively small list this weekend as well with games like Overlord ($1.69), Overlord: Raising Hell ($3.39), Overlord II ($3.39), F1 Race Stars ($13.59), and Grid 2 ($33.49) topping the list.
It’s another weekend of Paradox over at GameStop. Just about everything in the Paradox published lineup is available for cheap this weekend. Just a few of those games include the Majesty Franchise Bundle ($19.99), the Sword of the Stars Franchise Bundle ($19.99), as well as the Crusader Kings and Mount & Blade series’, and more.
Dungeons & Dragons take the stage this weekend over at GoG. 10 classic RPG favorites are available for the bundled price of $26.40. The list includes Neverwinter Nights: Diamond Edition, Neverwinter Nights 2: Complete, Baldur’s gate: The Original Saga, Baldur’s Gate 2 Complete, PlaneScape: Torment, Icewind Dale Complete, Icewind Dale 2 Complete, Forgotten Realms: Demon Stone, Dungeons & Dragons: Dragonshard, and The Temple of Elemental Evil.
Adding on to the bundles from last week, Bundle Stars has added a new addition with Bundle #11: Heroes of Conflict. Available for around $5.03, the bundle includes Sniper: Ghost Warrior Gold Edition, Men of War: Condemned Heroes, AirBuccaneers, Numen: Contest of Heroes, Tower Wars, Dogfight 1942, Chaser, Really Big Sky, Genesis Rising, and Pid. Bundles from previous weeks that are still available include:
Bundle Stars also has two previous Indie Jam bundles both available for $4.97.
Over at Steam this weekend you can pick up your pre-order for Amnesia: A Machine for Pigs for a slight discount for $15.99. A few other things on the sale list are the Red Faction Collection ($11.99), Two Worlds II Castle Defense ($2.39), Jagged Alliance: Crossfire ($4.99), Two Worlds Epic Edition ($1.99), Dungeons – The Dark Lord ($6.79), Jagged Alliance 2 Gold ($4.99), Sacrifice ($3.39), and several others.
Today’s Steam Daily Deal is Dawn of Fantasy: Kingdom Wars for $6.79. If you miss out, it’s still available on sale at ShinyLoot through weekend.
We end our trip with the new kid on the block - ShinyLoot. This week it’s all about the tactical game. Just a few of the games on the list include Panzer Elite Action Gold ($5.00), Dawn of Fantasy: Kingdom Wars ($9.99), Mosby’s Confederacy ($5.00), Trapped Dead ($5.00), Jagged Alliance 2: Wildfire ($2.50), and several others.
ShinyLoot is operating under open beta currently, but the service will officially launch on August 26th, 2013 with over half of its current lineup of games on sale. Most of ShinyLoot’s catalogue also includes Steam & Desura keys with many indie titles available with minimal DRM.
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