Discussion in 'Games' started by ShRoOmAlIsTiC, Jun 24, 2010.
Grand Theft Auto IV: Complete Edition =$7.49
Grand Theft Auto Complete Pack = $12.49
Hitman: Absolution $9.99 + .24c per dlc
Hitman: Absolution - Professional Edition $12.49
A few deals on GMG w/ "GMG20-FDSCL-AQQXD," all activate on Steam
Dirt 2 $3
Dirt 3 $6.80
Dirt Showdown $8.16
Clive Barker's Jericho $2
Greenmangaming Codemasters sale
20%OFF coupon GMG20-FDSCL-AQQXD
List: (Prices are before using coupon)
*Clive Barkers Jericho $2.5
*DiRT 2 $3.74
*DiRT 3 $8.49
*DiRT Showdown $10.2
*F1 2010 $6.24
*F1 2011 $10.2
*F1 2012 $20
*F1 Race Stars $10
*Hospital Tycoon $2.5
*Maelstrom: The Battle for Earth Begins $2.5
*Operation Flashpoint: Dragon Rising $7.5
*Operation Flashpoint: Red River $7.5
*Overlord: Raising Hell $3.39
*Overlord II $3.39
*Overlord Complete Pack $10
*Rise of the Argonauts $5
Gamefly 20% off digital pc games code: GFDAPR20
List: (Prices are before using coupon)
*Tony Hawk's Pro Skater HD $3.99
*The Lord of the Rings: War in the North $4.99
*Transformers: War for Cybertron $4.99 (drm not listed most likely Gamefly client)
*Transformers: Fall of Cybertron $23.99
*Prototype $4.99 (drm not listed most likely Gamefly client)
*Prototype 2 $15.99
*The Amazing Spider-Man $19.99
Batman Arkham City GOTY $7.50 today on Steam
Pre-order Battlefield 4 for $48 on GMG w/ code "GMG20-FDSCL-AQQXD" and receive the Battlefield 4™ Premium Expansion Pack (and I think early beta access...)
Spec Ops: The Line + Darkness II Bundle for $4.99 @ gamefly (Steam keys)
Use code: GFDAPR20 for 20% off
In case anyone forgets, AOE II HD is still 10% off on Steam. Went ahead and ordered my copy, can't wait for it to release!
thanks picked up grid and dirt2
DIRT 3 is pretty good too.
Supreme commander and its expansion for $5 @Steam
A fantastic game if you like Robots, RTS games and huge battles.
Deus Ex Human Revolution: Augmented Edition $4.99 at gamestop
GFDAPR20 on GameFly gets Spec Ops The Line & The Darkness 2 for $4 (Steam) or Bioshock 1 & 2 for $4 (looks like no Steam, GF client)
One of the greatest ever
It made Company of Heroes seem a pretty myopic when you could zoom into a single unit and watch it maneuver and fire and then zoom out so you could see the entire planet. Hard to say enough good about these titles. Too bad SupCom 2 was such a dismal lump of doo.
Sorry for the double post, but Torchlight II is on sale at Steam until April 8th.
Now with Steam Workshop
Even though I have FA on disc, I bought this anyway because of the original that I didn't have. And it's on steam so now I never have to look for that cocking CD key.
there are some 2k deals on gamefly, Borderlands and XCOM bundle for $39
I got that when it was fairly new, never took to it. It was fun for a couple of hours, but I keep going back to Diablo 2 instead.
I did enjoy (and play) the hell outta TL2, but it didn't hold my attention as much as I'd hoped. PoE has got me pretty occupied these days. It really is the spiritual successor to D2 that D3 should have been....
Pay $1 or more:
Red Orchestra Windows Linux Soundtrack included. Red Orchestra 2 Windows Game of the Year Edition + Soundtrack
Beat the average
Pay $2.91 or more:
Killing Floor Windows Mac Linux Soundtrack + 11 DLCs
Sorry PoE? Can we please write names of games fully so other people know what the heck it is you are talking about?
Path of Exile. The Diablo III that never was. I'm still playing it since buying into closed beta.
Ah so it's not released yet?
It's in Open Beta, Three acts, three difficulties each act. (You play all the way thru 3 acts, on three successively harder difficulties). There are notes that they intend to continue developing more acts past that as long as funding supports.
It's a microtransaction supported game, but almost every single purchase is a cosmetic one (non-com pets, special spell effects, etc). The only one that is NOT, is extra storage space in your in-town inventory (shared between all toons).
The extra space is a bit expensive ($20 for 6 extra slots), however, considering the game is, in my mind, totally the D3 that D3 should have been, I'm ok with spending $20 to support them. Check it out, free to try, free to play, and NOT Pay-to-Win
As said here, i bought into closed beta, so i got 6 extra storage slots for free because of supporting them early on. Other than that i have spent $10 on changing my skeletons into statuettes. The game deserves every penny it gets, well worth it, and they have not stopped making content since day 1. They are currently trying to honor the people who paid $1000 investment in closed beta to make balanced personalised legendary items.
There really is no real single-cheese-class build. You dream of how you want to squish monkies, and the game will let you.
Rumour was they intended to make up to 8 Acts. So far there are 3 with the 3 difficulties, I'm about to finish merciless (final difficulty) on my 2nd character. And then there's maps to do for end game. It really doesnt get boring, and is quite an exciting hack and slash. Like Diablo III say, but 100000 times better.
And i must say the engine and graphics are quite pleasing. It's certainly not a pay to win game too. No real-cash auction house for example...
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