Posted Fri, Aug 30, 2013 by Martuk
Labor Day weekend has arrived and you just may need a game or two to play over the holiday. Join us once again as we take a trip around the Internet to find out what digital gaming deals are available for cheap to help pad out your collection.
Starting our trip off this week we head over to ShinyLoot, who officially launched into full service on Monday with a massive selection of discount deals, many of which are still available. Just a few of the games available on this lengthy list include Jagged Alliance 2: Wildfire ($1.50), Gothic 3: Game of the Year Edition ($2.50), Gothic 2: Gold Edition ($2.50), Dead Horde ($7.49), Spellforce 2 Gold ($7.50), and many more.
Green Man Gaming has a special 24hr Warhammer deal for all you fans of the 40k series. The Dawn of War Complete Pack can be snagged for $34.99 before the deal ends tomorrow and includes all of this:
Additionally, you can pick up many titles from Microid for 50% off. This includes titles such as Deadly Association, Darkstone, Azrech, Syberia 2, Robin Hood, Dracula 1, 2, and 3, and many others all priced from $3.49-$4.99. You can even get the relaunched PC version of Final Fantasy VII for $8.03, a game considered by many to be the best in the series.
As an added bonus this weekend, you can also use this code - GMG25-R7GA8-XTUCY – to get a 25% discount on several games such as Saints Row IV, The Bureau: XCOM Declassified, DuckTales: Remastered, Castlevania: Lord of Shadow Ultimate Edition, Tom Clancy’s Splintercell: Blacklist, and many more. See the full list here.
GamersGate has a small but fun selection available this weekend with titles such as Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning Collection Bundle ($8.99), Fallout: New Vegas Ultimate Edition ($4.99), The Walking Dead ($8.48), Poker Night at the Inventory ($2.50), the TellTale Games Complete Pack ($45.00), and several more.
GameFly has a modest offering this weekend with only 5 titles, one of which is a pre-order for Amnesia: A Machine for Pigs ($15.99). As for the rest, you’ll find Call of Duty: Black Ops II ($29.99), Kings Bounty Platinum Edition ($24.99), Sid Meier’s Ace Patrol ($8.99), and Tomb Raider ($12.49).
GameStop has delicious selection available this weekend with discounts on gems like Civilization V Gold ($24.99), Dishonored ($14.99), Spec Ops: The Line ($14.99), The Darkness II ($14.99), the 2K Shotgun Pack ($35.99), Fallout III Game of the Year Edition ($9.99), and many more.
GoG offers up the Fading Summer Favorites collection this week with 19 games for $47.01. You can buy the bundle or pick up the individual games for $2.39 each. A few of the games available include Commandos 1& 2, Guilty Gear X2, Guilty Gear Isuka, Realm of the Haunting, Soulbringer, Slipstream 5000 and many more.
Some late summer deals have turned up over at Amazon that may be beneficial to enhancing your collection of games this weekend through bundled goodness. A few items on the table include the XCOM: Enemy Unknown Pack ($9.99), Deus Ex: Human Revolution Enhanced Pack ($4.99), Thief in the Shadows Pack ($5.99), Saints Row The Third: Full Package ($7.49), Dark Souls: Prepare to Die Edition ($7.49), the Command & Conquer Ultimate Collection ($8.99), Mass Effect 3 Digital Deluxe ($7.49), BioShock Infinite ($19.99), The Walking Dead Pack + 400 Days DLC ($9.99), and several more.
This week’s Humble Bundle is a bit of a Pardox...Interactive. Paradox always seems to be on sale somewhere whenever I write one of these. In any case, you have a couple of options. The Humble Bundle deal comes with copies of Europa Universalis III Complete, War of the Roses: Kingmaker, Warlock: Master of the Arcane, Leviathan: Warships, Dungeonland, and The Showdown Effect. If you opt to pay more than the average $5.80, you’ll unlock two additional games with Crusader Kings II and Magicka. Each game also comes with its own soundtrack.
The next one is the big one. If you pay $125 or more, you’ll unlock 48 paradox games with 20 soundtracks. I can’t list all 40 here but a few of them include Cities in Motion, Pirates of Black Cove, Majesty Gold, Sword of the Stars Complete Collection, and lots more. As always, you can adjust how much the publisher and the charities get by way of the handy slider at checkout.
We end our trip once again this week over at Steam, who is celebrating the first year of Greenlight with up to 75% off of more than 50 titles. A few of the fun little gems available in that sale include the comical Surgeon Simulator ($3.40), Organ Trail Director’s Cut ($2.49), Leisure Suit Larry Reloaded ($13.39), Giana Sisters Twisted Dreams ($3.75), Game Dev Tycoon ($7.99), DLC Quest ($0.75), and a number of others. If you’ve considered trying out the MMORPG Darkfall: Unholy Wars, you can pick it up for $19.97. And on the Daily Deal you’ll find Aliens: Colonial Marines for $4.99.
And that's the end of our little trip. Be sure to share this list with your friends and have a safe and happy Labor Day weekend.