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post #301 of 820
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Gamefly has some stuff on sale here: http://www.gamefly.com/download-games/search/?kw=TheOldWorld&pf=1100#.T9ZszNVYt8E

One notable item is Assassin's Creed II Deluxe Edition for $4.99: http://www.gamefly.com/Download-Assassin%27s-Creed-II-Deluxe-Edition/150125/
post #302 of 820
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From Dust for $3.75:

http://www.gamefly.com/Download-From-Dust/157430/
post #303 of 820
http://www.humblebundle.com/

Only a couple hours left on an amazing Humble Bundle dudes.
post #304 of 820
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Gamefly is offering low prices on the following PC Digital Download Games + extra 10% off with Coupon Code: "SLICK0611". Tax in most.

http://www.gamefly.com/download-games/search/?kw=RoadTriptotheFuture#.T94dK7VSTPg


Notable recommendations:

Portal 2 $6.00
Deus Ex: Human Revolution $6.75
post #305 of 820
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Green Man Gaming has the Alan Wake Game PC Download for $10.18:

http://www.greenmangaming.com/s/us/en/pc/games/action/alan-wake/
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Funny, those are the exact 3 I picked up from the Amazon sale. All 3 activate on Steam and I really doubt will have better deals in their sale, so I wasn't worried about waiting.

Yeah I got Max Payne 3 myself. Really want to get the other two also as lately my backlog of games is getting really short.
post #309 of 820
Good deals there.
post #310 of 820
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Saints Row the Third is $9.99 at Amazon. Of course I already bought it at Steam for $12.49 in the summer sale! Doh!

http://www.amazon.com/Saints-Row-The-Third-Download/dp/B005OMM66A/ref=pd_ts_zgc_vg_video_games_display_on_website_1_i?ie=UTF8&s=videogames&pf_rd_p=1364633602&pf_rd_s=right-7&pf_rd_t=101&pf_rd_i=468642&pf_rd_m=ATVPDKIKX0DER&pf_rd_r=0EX8Q45S60C16F03EKRA





Also Sniper Elite V2 is only $14.99 which is much cheaper than the Steam summer sale.

http://www.amazon.com/Sniper-Elite-Online-Game-Code/dp/B008K2WRYC/ref=pd_ts_zgc_vg_video_games_display_on_website_9?ie=UTF8&s=videogames&pf_rd_p=1364633602&pf_rd_s=right-7&pf_rd_t=101&pf_rd_i=468642&pf_rd_m=ATVPDKIKX0DER&pf_rd_r=0EX8Q45S60C16F03EKRA
post #311 of 820
Amazon has been bringing the heat lately.
post #312 of 820
Amazon just doesn't want to get totally "Steam-rolled".... biggrin.gif
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Amazon just doesn't want to get totally "Steam-rolled".... biggrin.gif

Amazon totally dwarfs Valve/Steam. The current digital players out there better hope that Amazon doesn't want to do to games what they did with books. Otherwise they'll be "Kindleized".
post #314 of 820
http://www.indieroyale.com/



Puzzle Agent for: steam (pc, mac), windows, mac, desura - more bundle info
Geneforge Saga for: steam (pc), windows, mac, desura
Oniken for: windows, desura (and OST)
Mutant Storm Reloaded for: steam (pc), windows, desura
SWIFT☆STITCH for: windows, mac, desura (including bonus game: Rose and Time)
Unepic for: windows, desura (includes "Royale Ring" + 100 "Unepic Credits")

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First up is a super-smart indie adventure with a puzzle twist: Telltale Games' Puzzle Agent. Downloadable for Windows and Mac on Steam, Desura and DRM-free, this game uses indie comic creator Graham Annable's unique art style to reveal FBI Agent, Nelson Tethers, who is on his first mission for the U.S. Department of Puzzle Research. Check out the game that AdventureGamers dubs "a charming lite adventure filled with quirky characters and challenging puzzles that anyone can enjoy solving", featuring 30+ puzzles spanning math, logic and spatial thinking.

Next up are five old-school, open-world RPGs brought to you by Spiderweb Software: the Geneforge Saga, now available for Windows on Steam and Windows and Mac on Desura and DRM-free. Set in an alternate sci-fi/fantasy universe, DIY Gamer explains of the old-school RPG: "The whole series is very highly regarded, with each game giving you a rough overarching goal, but lets you go about it however you see fit, developing your own character and your personal squad of mutant minions to tackle the challenges." So what are you waiting for?

Also offered in this bundle is a much buzzed-about 2D platformer inspired by 8-bit action games from the NES era: Oniken, available for Windows on Desura and DRM-free. Play a ninja named Zuku as you slash and hack your way through a dystopian future and battle a dominant military organization of cybernetic warriors known as the Oniken. Offering uber challenging boss fights, a campy sense of humor and great old school 8 bit music, this game can't be missed. Destructoid celebrates Oniken for its presentation: "Oniken feels like a project holistically designed around one person’s love of '80s action film and '90s anime imports."

Included in this bundle is Pom Pom's critically acclaimed psychedelic shmup Mutant Storm Reloaded available for Windows on Steam, Desura and DRM-free. Offering over 89 (!) levels of frenetic fun, each level starts off easy, but quickly works up to large, tentacle creatures and regenerating enemies that are require skill to beat. You can't miss this game, recognized by Eurogamer for being "thrilling, constantly surprising, and possessed of a wonky beauty that makes it unforgettable. ... It's a bit like finding yourself in the midst of a parasite disco staged within the womb of a jelly baby."

Also "marching" in this parade of great indie games are two games from Sophie Houlden: Swift*Stitch available for Windows and Mac on Desura and DRM-free and a bonus game that was created during the Indie Buskers game jam: Rose and Time available for Windows and Mac as a DRM Free standalone. Swift*Stitch offers a plethora of levels, and this game challenges you *not* to press buttons to power your ship but to press the right buttons at the right moment to make it to the end of the maze. Included is a trancelike soundtrack from Aeronic that nicely contrasts to Swift*Stitch's razor-focused play. Also included is Rose and Time, a clever time travel stealth game offering ten levels with a catch: you have to make sure the past you doesn’t see the present you, because that would create a paradox.

Rounding out the bundle is Francisco Téllez de Meneses' labor of love, Unepic available for Windows on Desura and DRM-free. Unepic cleverly combines an RPG with a platformer and offers a quirky sense of humor throughout. Play as Daniel, an average gamer/geek who gets teleported to a fantasy castle while using the restroom during a D&D Game. Destructoid calls Unepic a "unique gaming experience" suggesting that this game is definitely worth a try if you "enjoy running around in castles, jumping around platforms and figuring out the best way to slay monsters." Also available to July Jubilee Bundle purchasers are the "Royale Ring" (offering extra health and experience in each game) and 100 "Unepic Credits" (available via a downloadable key) that you can use to grab special in-game items.
post #315 of 820
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GamersGate has the Assassins Creed Revelations Game (PC Digital Download) for $10.18:
http://www.gamersgate.com/DD-ACR/assassins-creed-revelations


Greenman gaming has Red Orchestra 2: Heroes of Stalingrad for $4.99 (Steam activated):
http://www.greenmangaming.com/s/us/en/pc/games/action/red-orchestra-2-heroes-of-stalingrad/
post #316 of 820
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Green Man Gaming has the F.E.A.R. 3 Game (PC Digital Download) for $3.08 after Coupon Code: "PCGMR-GREEN-SUMMR" (Exp Soon)

http://www.greenmangaming.com/s/us/en/pc/games/shooter/fear-3/
post #317 of 820
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Newegg has the Logitech G27 Racing Wheel for PS2, PS3 or PC for a low $204.99 Free Shipping after Coupon Code: "EMCYTZT2032" (Exp 8/12). This is NOT a refurb!

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16826104330
post #318 of 820
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Green Man Gaming has the Company of Heroes Game (PC Digital Download) for $1.50 after 25% off Coupon Code: "GMG25-1BW0K-K1A3G"
Cool game.

http://www.greenmangaming.com/s/us/en/pc/games/action/company-heroes/
post #319 of 820
Battlefield 3 is finally $9.99 at ORIGIN.

So, I finally get to check it out smile.gif
post #320 of 820
Aww, man. Does that mean I have to get it now? tongue.gif
post #321 of 820
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Aww, man. Does that mean I have to get it now? tongue.gif

At 10$ it is a no-brainer. Bought it full price at launch and played alot with my friend and brother. Haven't touched it in along time so don't know how it is right now but spent a good amount of hours into it!
post #322 of 820
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At 10$ it is a no-brainer. Bought it full price at launch and played alot with my friend and brother. Haven't touched it in along time so don't know how it is right now but spent a good amount of hours into it!

I figure it is a good but I played a ton of it already when it was called Battlefield: Bad Company 2. wink.giftongue.gif
post #323 of 820
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I figure it is a good but I played a ton of it already when it was called Battlefield: Bad Company 2. wink.giftongue.gif

Hey Hoooo!! :P Yep I perfer BFBC2 over BF3 anyday. They really are milkin the series now with premium account crap. I miss the BF 1942/BF2 days with base game and great mods.
post #324 of 820
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Yeah I loved the Vietnam mod for BFBC2. I have a feeling in the not too distant future that there is gonna be some kinda WWII/1942 mod release. Man I remember way back when, playing the multi player demo of Codename:Eagle. It was just me and a buddy on my LAN running around, driving stuff and flying old biplanes. We were blown away, realizing the possibilities Then the same guys released BF1942 a year or two later and the rest is history.
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Wow. Codename:Eagle. I actually remember that one! Mega old school.

Makes me think of a double failed franchise.... Project IGI.
post #326 of 820
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Wow. Codename:Eagle. I actually remember that one! Mega old school.
Makes me think of a double failed franchise.... Project IGI.

haha yeah I remember that one too. I think the significance of that game was that it used a flight simulator graphics engine. That is why it was able to do such huge environments.
post #327 of 820
Yup. That is it exactly. Too bad the game sucked ass though. tongue.gif

Operation Flashpoint was able to pull it off very well as history shows. biggrin.gif
post #328 of 820
Operation Flashpoint is an anomaly though....its not a FPS that most people will play. When you are getting killed because of some 2 pixel high speck hidden in a forest of polygonal trees...it takes some seriously fortitude to push through a campaign in that game.

Project IGI, the first one..wow what a truly amazing game. Project IGI2....what a terrible, terrible followup. Didn't that one use Novalogic's VOXEL engine or something making for crazy rolling terrain that just felt completely wrong??

But that first game..IGI....that was a classic keeper, thek ind of game you played through once and went "my god I could play this game over and over again"....but you never went back to do it again smile.gif At least I didn't...
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Gamestop has the Serious Sam 3: BFE Game (PC Digital Download) for a low $5.99. Tax in most. This game sells for $40 at other reputable vendors.

http://www.gamestop.com/pc/games/serious-sam-3-bfe/93170?utm_source=linkshare&utm_medium=affiliate&utm_campaign=deeplink&cid=afl_10000087&affID=77777&sourceID=Es5Ekr9eEBk-66Y7wwFaU9k7rFtPB_yPmA
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