Welcome back to another edition of Weekly Gaming Deals Roundup, where we do all the legwork to find you the best digital gaming deals around the Internet for cheap. If youÂre looking to pad out your digital games library without destroying your bank account, keep on reading.
LetÂs start our trip over at the home of classic gaming this week, Good Old Games, for the Codemaster Cannonade, a selection of 10 games from Codemaster discounted up to 60% off and there are some classics in this one such as Leisure Suit Larry ($3.99), Leisure Suit Larry: Love for Sale ($2.39), Overlord with its Raising Hell expansion ($3.99), Blade of Darkness ($2.39), I.G.I. 2: Covert Ops ($3.99), Cannon Fodder ($2.39), Cannon Fodder 2 ($2.39), 1NSANE ($3.99), Sensible World of Soccer 96/97 ($2.39), and Sensible World of Soccer 2006 ($3.99). If you just want all of those you can get the whole bundle for $41.90.
Humble Bundle gets serious with two bundle deals for a good cause.
Over at Humble Bundle this week is an expansion of last weekÂs bundle along with a new Serious Sam Bundle. If youÂve wanted to pad out your collection with the Serious Sam series this weekÂs bundle is just what you want. The bundle includes Serious Sam HD: The First Encounter, Serious Sam HD: The Second Encounter, Serious Sam: The Random Encounter, Serious Sam Double D, Serious Sam: Kamikaze Attack, and Serious Sam Public Test 2. If you arenÂt completely broke (or completely cheap) you can also get Serious Sam 3: BFE Deluxe Edition and Serious Sam 2 if you choose to pay more than $4.25, and letÂs face it, all of that is well worth a $4.25 price tag.
In addition to the Serious Sam Bundle, last weekÂs Humble Bundle has been expanded to include a few more things. The updated bundle includes Little Inferno, Awesomenauts (along with an exclusive chicken skin), Capsized, Thomas Was Alone, Dear Esther, and all five of the gameÂs soundtracks. Additionally, if you choose to pay more than $5.80, youÂll also get Hotline Miami, Proteus, Tiny and Big in GrandpaÂs Leftovers, Intrusion 2, English Country Tune, Oil Rush (+ map pack), and each of the game soundtracks.
As with any Humble Bundle, you can set your own price and decide how much goes to the developer or the two charities by way of the three sliders at checkout. Enjoy!
Over at Green Man Gaming this week there are a number of options for mystery game fans with several games from the Nancy Drew series ($4.19), the Cognition series ($2.49), Strike Suit Infinity ($6.79), Strike Suit Zero ($6.79), Stealth Bastard Deluxe ($4.99), and a few others. Additionally, if youÂve been waiting for a cheaper copy of Defiance, you can also pick it up for $29.99 this week.
Civilization V is just one game available for a discount at multiple outlets.
Regardless of your choices, you can also enter the following code for 20% select titles at checkout: GMG20-JLKSA-7A8HA.
A quick trip to GameStopÂs Impulse this week turns up a modest list of mostly EA published titles such as the EA Action Bundle, which includes Syndicate, Bulletstorm, and The Saboteur for $12.99. Other options include The Sims Medieval Bundle for $11.99 (The Sims Medieval, The Sims Medieval: Pirates & Nobles), EA Adventure Bundle for $10.99 (Warp, Shank 2, and Gatling Gears), the MirrorÂs Edge Bundle for $5.99, Civilization V: Gold Edition for $12.49 (though you can likely get it for a bit less at Green Man with the code above), the Need for Speed Bundle for $11.99, SPORE: Ultimate Digital Collection for $8.99, and several Serious Sam games, but if you really want those I point you back you the previous Humble Bundle offer.
Over at Steam this weekend there are quite a few fun options as is usually the case. For starters, you can play Civilization V for free through Sunday. If you decide to add it to your collection, you can either buy it directly through Steam of pick it up at Green Man Gaming possibly for a bit less with the code above. In any case, the game will still be activated through Steam, so itÂs your money to spend.
Other game deals include Saints Row: The Third Â The Full Package ($12.49), Agriculture Simulator 2013 Â Steam Edition ($15.99), Vessel ($3.75), Tryst ($3.75), APOX ($3.74), Penny ArcadeÂs On the Rain-Slick Precipice of Darkness 3 ($2.49), Anna Â Extended Edition ($3.39), and a host of other Indie developed titles, many that are just a couple of bucks.
Not to be outdone this week, GamersGate provides a hefty amount of choices for varying genres. Among a few of the options available are the Magika Collection ($7.49), Total War Shogun 2 ($7.49) along with several discounts for various DLCs, Total War Shogun 2 Fall of the Samurai ($7.49), Total War 2 Shogun Collection ($16.25), A Game of Dwarves ($3.38), Amnesia: The Dark Descent ($7.98), The Showdown Effect Digital Deluxe ($10.00), Penumbra Collection ($8.00), EVE Online Gallente Starter Pack ($9.98), Neverwinter Nights Complete ($8.98), and several others.
Total War 2 Shogun takes a price dive this week.
AmazonÂs Mayhem Sale came to a close last weekend, but there are still a few discounted options to choose from this week. On the list youÂll find titles such as Batman Arkham Game of the Year Pack ($11.99), WB Combat Bundle ($19.99), which includes the Mortal Kombat Arcade Kollection (yes, it was spelled with a K), The Lord of the Rings: The War in the North, and Batman Arkham Asylum Game of the Year Edition and a few others. Honestly, itÂs pretty slim pickings with other choices limited to several LEGO titles and the FEAR series mostly, so check out the short list for yourself.
Over at Get games this week youÂll find a modest list of discounted games such as Rising Storm ($17.99), Rooks Keep ($13.49), Sid MeierÂs Railroads for Mac ($14.99), The Book of Unwritten Tales Standard Edition available for both Mac and Windows for $4.99 or get the Deluxe Edition for $6.24, The Critter Chronicles for PC & Mac for $4.99 or the Deluxe Edition for $6.24, Just Cause 2 ($5.09), Sid MeierÂs Pirates ($9.99), and more. Additionally, you can also pick up the RIFT CollectorÂs Edition for $4.99 and the Storm Legion expansion for $9.99. The Storm Legion Infinity Edition is also available for $17.49.
Take up the excellent journey of Commander Shepard, just brace for a cringe-worthy ending.
Rounding out our trip this week we make a stop at GameFly, who is still in the midst of its huge summer sale, providing the most robust selection on our journey. You will likely find at least one game in this list that you have considered buying at some point. Well, now is your chance. This weekend you can pick up such games as Rage ($7.99), Borderlands 2 ($13.59), the Mass Effect Trilogy ($19.99), Total War: Master Collection ($22.49), Crysis 3 ($29.99), Call of Duty: Black Ops II ($39.99), Fallout: New Vegas ($3.99), XCOM: Enemy Unknown ($19.99), The Walking Dead ($8.49), Sleeping Dogs ($6.99), Torchlight II ($6.79), Hitman: Absolution ($5.99), Brutal Legend ($9.99), BioShock Infinite ($34.99), Deus Ex: Human Revolution ($4.99), Tomb Raider ($24.99), Dead Island: Riptide ($29.99), and a multitude of others.
Update: Just found this code for an additional 20% off. Enjoy! - GFDJUN20
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