Posted Fri, Dec 27, 2013 by Martuk
Welcome to our final Weekend Gaming Roundup of 2013. This weekend is loaded with gaming sales of all sorts that should fit any gamer's preference and help pad out your collection to play out 2013 as we make our way into a brand new year of gaming. So join us as we do all the leg work to find you the best digital gaming deals available on the cheap to close out 2013.
Starting off once again at Green Man Gaming this week you can grab The Bureau: XCOM Declassified ($12.49), XCOM: Enemy Unknown ($9.99), the XCOM: Enemy Within expansion ($14.99), Bastion ($3.74, Half Life 2 ($2.49), Total War Master Collection ($22.49), Scribblenauts Unlimited ($4.99), Dungeon Siege ($1.74), The Darkness II ($5.99), Kane & Lynch 2 ($2.49), and many more. Additionally, you can enter the following code for an additional 20% off of other games: GMG20-ZB5D1-93X49.
Bethesda takes center stage at GameFly this weekend to play out 2013. If you’re looking to add a few Bethesda titles to your collection on the cheap, this weekend is your chance as the sale list includes such games as Dishonored GotY (Game of the Year) Edition ($23.99), The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Legendary Edition ($35.99), Fallout 3 GotY ($11.99), The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion GotY Deluxe Edition ($12.49), The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind GotY ($9.99), Call of Cthulu ($4.99), Brink ($9.99), Rage ($9.99), Fallout New Vegas ($4.99), and games from the Quake, Wolfenstein, and Doom series’ along with assorted DLCs.
Over at GoG this weekend you can catch the final days of the 2013 Winter Sale. Each day you can pick from of three random options that will either give you discount or possibly even a free game. As for the discounts, today you can snag a pair of bundle deals, the first of which includes Raptor: Call of the Shadows 2010 Edition and Humans Must Answer for $3.98. The second bundle includes DUST: An Elysian Tail, Guacamelee! Gold Edition, Tales from Space: Mutant Blobs Attack, Volgarr The Viking, and VVVVVV for $18.29. That offer changes daily.
If none of those strike your gaming switch, you can also pick up such classics as I Have No Mouth, and I Must Scream ($2.99), System Shock 2 ($4.99), PlaneScape Torment ($4.99), Freespace 2 ($3.99), Neverwinter Nights: Diamond Edition ($4.99), Ultima 8: Gold Edition ($2.99), Ultima 1-3 ($2.99), as well as discounts on most every other game in the GoG library.
GamersGate closes out 2013 with its “End of the Year Sale” this weekend. That means that you can snag games on the cheap that include The Last Remnant ($5.00), Fallout New Vegas: Ultimate Edition ($11.97), Roller Coaster Tycoon Deluxe ($3.00), Neverwinter Nights Complete ($7.49), Neverwinter Nights 2: Complete ($4.99), Poker Night 2 ($2.50), Primal Carnage ($3.74), TellTale’s The Walking Dead Pack ($14.97), Overlord Complete Pack ($4.99), Company of Heroes Complete ($22.46), Sword of the Stars: The Pit Gold Edition ($3.25), Sword of the Stars II Enhanced Edition ($10.00), Saints Row The Third: The Full Package ($7.50), Dead Island GotY ($4.99), SimCity ($19.98), Legends of Grimrock ($7.50), The Dungeons & Dragons Anthology ($4.99), Alan Wake’s American Nightmare ($5.00), Resident Evil 6 ($9.99), Metro: Last Light ($26.79), Crysis 3 ($8.99), Battlefield 3 ($3.99), Dead Space 3 ($9.00), Sword of the Stars Complete Collection ($10.00), Defiance ($4.98), Dragon Age Complete Pack ($11.99), and over 2,000 other games and DLCs.
EA sends off 2013 with another sale on many of their games on Origin. Available this weekend you can snag games that include Need for Speed Rivals ($34.99), FIFA Manager 14 ($23.99), Battlefield 3 Premium Edition ($23.99), The Sims 3 Starter Pack ($17.99), Mass Effect Trilogy ($23.99), Command & Conquer The Ultimate Collection ($11.99), Need for Speed Most Wanted ($11.99), and several discounted DLCs for The Sims 3 and SimCity along with a number of other games. But if you’re in the market for Battlefield 3 Standard Edition, Dead Space 3, the Dragon Age series, or Crysis 3, make sure to check GamersGate (see above) as they are all a great deal cheaper than you'll find here.
The Penny Arcade Bundle makes its debut at Humble Bundle this week, offering three games up front for you to pay what you want. The initial offering includes On the Rain-Stick Precipice of Darkness, Episode One, On the Rain-Stick Precipice of Darkness, Episode Two, and Penny Arcade Volume 1: Attack of the Bacon Robots. If you opt to pay more than $6, you’ll also get On the Rain-Stick Precipice of Darkness 3, On the Rain-Stick Precipice of Darkness 4, and Penny Arcade Volume 2: Epic Legends of the Magic Sword Kings.
Not to be outdone for the holidays, GameStop’s Impulse service returns this week with more discount games on the cheap. Gamestop’s list offers up a selection of 500 games and DLCs that include such titles as Deadfall Adventures Deluxe Edition ($24.99), Contrast ($9.99), Blood Nights ($5.24), Call of Duty: Ghosts ($39.99), Battlefield 4 ($39.99), Football Manager 2014 ($37.49), Deus Ex: Human Revolution – Director’s Cut ($9.99), Silent Storm Gold Edition ($4.99), PAYDAY 2 ($17.99), Port Royal 3 Gold ($10.49), Castlevania: Lords of Shadow Ultimate Edition ($14.99), Deadpool ($9.99), Ride to Hell: Retribution ($7.49), Star Trek: The Video Game ($7.49), Tomb Raider ($7.49), and over 500 other games and DLC options.
ShinyLoot celebrates Christmas beyond Christmas with the 12 Days of Christmas Sale. Each day through January 2nd, 2014, you can check back for a new deal. Today’s offering includes Desperados: Wanted Dead or Alive ($1.25), Anodyne ($2.50), Wyv & Keep: Temple of the Lost Idol ($2.50), Helldorado ($2.50), Desperados 2: Cooper’s Revenge ($2.50), and Farm Machines Championships 2013 ($2.50). Be sure to check back each day for more deals.
Indie Gala serves up another deal this week, letting you get a bundle of games on the cheap. Pay more than $3.49 and you’ll get copies of Creatures Exodus, Battle Group, Puzzler World, Skyward Collapse, Teleglitch: Die More Edition, A Valley Without Wind, A Valley Without Wind 2, Shattered Haven, Hacker Evolution +4 DLCs, and Doc Clock: The Toasted Sandwich of Time. Additionally, Indie Gala is also holding a number of giveaways. Be sure to check them out along with some other offers in the Gala store.
Get Games offers up another round of juicy deals this week along with a double whammy from Get Loaded, more on that later. First up at Get Games you can grab games on the cheap this weekend that include LEGO Marvel Super Heroes ($22.49), Company of Heroes Complete Pack ($7.49), Fallout New Vegas: Ultimate Edition ($4.99), Company of Heroes 2: Digital Collector’s Edition ($27.19), Retro Bundle ($11.99), Velocity Ultra ($8.99), and a number of other games in the LEGO series.
This weekend you can get loaded at Get Loaded. The 2 for $15 sale returns with a great little list to choose from. That list is comprised of BioShock Infinite, The Bureau: XCOM Declassified, Shadow Warrior, Borderlands 2, Fallout 3 GotY, The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion GotY Deluxe, The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind GotY, Doom 3 BFG Edition, Tomb Raider, Hitman: Absolution, Sleeping Dogs, Warhammer 40,000 Dawn of War, Warhammer 40,000 Space Marine, Warhammer 40,000 Dawn of War II: Chaos Rising, Warhammer 40,000 Dawn of War II: Retribution, Speedball, Sniper Elite, and Painkiller Hell & Damnation.
We once again end our journey at Steam, where the Holiday Sale is still in full swing with Flash Sales every 8 hours along with a community choice voted discount sale and a multitude of other discounts on a daily rotating basis. But for today, you can grab Prison Architect ($14.99), Orcs Must Die 2 ($3.74), Resident Evil 6 Complete Pack ($14.99), Dark Souls: Prepare to Die Edition ($5.99), FarCry 3: Blood Dragon ($5.09), The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind GotY ($4.99), Don’t Starve ($5.09), DMC Devil May Cry ($12.49), Starbound ($14.99), Hitman: Absolution ($4.99), Killing Floor ($4.99), Gone Home ($6.79), Hotline Miami ($1.99), and many others.
For the next few hours, you can grab Steam Marines ($2.49), Fallen Enchantress Legendary Heroes ($9.99), and Skull Girls ($7.49) as part of Steam’s Flash and Community Choice sale.
And that ends our final gaming deals roundup of 2013. If you made it this far before running off to make your wallet beg for mercy – have a safe and happy New Year holiday. We’ll see you all in 2014.