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post #421 of 821
THAT did it. Thank you Stilgar wink.gif
post #422 of 821
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Originally Posted by HeadRusch View Post

THAT did it. Thank you Stilgar wink.gif

We Fremen have a saying....
post #423 of 821
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Cool, thanks! cool.gif I got Sonic Generations (Steam) for $5.62.

Choose wisely, the CAGROCKS coupon only works once per account. I think the wife needs the Borderlands 2 Mechromancer Pack. wink.gif

Thank you for the tip guys. I just picked this one up and will be trying it out tonight. My kids should like this one...
post #424 of 821
Strike Suit Zero is currently $11.20 at Green Man Gaming (via Steam) if you use voucher GMG20-P4DLK-FKYRS.

Anyone play this? It looks like an arcade space shooter ala Wing Commander, and has decent reviews.
post #425 of 821
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Originally Posted by DaverJ View Post

Strike Suit Zero is currently $11.20 at Green Man Gaming (via Steam) if you use voucher GMG20-P4DLK-FKYRS.

Anyone play this? It looks like an arcade space shooter ala Wing Commander, and has decent reviews.

If GMG would take my money I'd buy it.
post #426 of 821
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Originally Posted by darthrsg View Post

If GMG would take my money I'd buy it.

Heh... I was also having problems with them not accepting payment. They had to change something in my account (twice).

Just click Support, then Submit a request (at the top), and tell them your issue with payment. It should be resolved quickly.
post #427 of 821
I use paypal to buy GMG games. the CC GMG wouldn't accept works fine when I use paypal.
post #428 of 821
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I use paypal to buy GMG games. the CC GMG wouldn't accept works fine when I use paypal.

Last week I was attempting to buy Borderlands 2 Season pass on GMG. I tried PayPal, Visa and Mastercard - all were denied. So I opened a support request to ask why, and the response I got was:

"I am sorry to hear about the issues you have had with making payments on our site. I have made some amendments to your account so can you please try to make this purchase again."

I tried again, and payment went through. Then over the weekend I tried to pre-order Bioshock, and the same thing happened. I reopened the support request, and got the following reply:

"I've made further amendments and you should be able to make purchases as expected in future. Sorry for any inconvenience caused."

So it seems to be account related, not what you are using to pay. Maybe it's U.S. thing?

Anyway, I haven't tried since. Good luck! redface.gif
post #429 of 821
Get Games has a Sega sale, including The Cave and Sonic All-Stars Racing Transformed. Many of these titles are via Steam.
Edited by DaverJ - 3/1/13 at 4:41pm
post #430 of 821
Get Games also has Tomb Raider for pre-order via Steam at a good price - $42.49 + an additional 25% off if you use the voucher "L4R4". The keys are going out now - I got mine from Green Man Gaming this morning, plus a "pistol burst" and "animal instinct" add-on, and it's pre-loading. cool.gif
post #431 of 821
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Green Man Gaming has the Hitman: Absolution Professional Edition Game (PC Digital Download) for $10 after Coupon Code: "GMG20-P4DLK-FKYRS" (Exp Soon).
This game requires a free Steam account to play. The professional edition includes a 72-page Digital Artbook, and Agency Gun Pack DLC with an upgraded silencer and some exclusive weapons.

http://www.greenmangaming.com/s/us/en/pc/games/action/hitman-absolution-professional-edition-na/
post #432 of 821
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Originally Posted by Hawkwing View Post

Green Man Gaming has the Hitman: Absolution Professional Edition Game (PC Digital Download) for $10 after Coupon Code: "GMG20-P4DLK-FKYRS" (Exp Soon).
This game requires a free Steam account to play. The professional edition includes a 72-page Digital Artbook, and Agency Gun Pack DLC with an upgraded silencer and some exclusive weapons.

http://www.greenmangaming.com/s/us/en/pc/games/action/hitman-absolution-professional-edition-na/

Nice find, can't pass that one up!!! Thanks! cool.gif
post #433 of 821
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Yeah I couldn't pass that one up either. Backlog is growing again. I put a good hit on it last year. Been totally addicted to DayZ lately.
post #434 of 821
Wow, $10 after only being out for 3 months.
post #435 of 821
Just Cause 2 (via Steam) is $3 at Green Man Gaming, use voucher GMG20-P4DLK-FKYRS . At that price, don't even hesitate.
post #436 of 821
Sonic and Sega All-Stars Racing Transformed is $12 at Green Man Gaming (via Steam) if you use voucher GMG20-P4DLK-FKYRS

Highly recommended if you like cartoony cart racers and use a gamepad.
post #437 of 821
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Originally Posted by DaverJ View Post

Sonic and Sega All-Stars Racing Transformed is $12 at Green Man Gaming (via Steam) if you use voucher GMG20-P4DLK-FKYRS

Highly recommended if you like cartoony cart racers and use a gamepad.

Great fun if you like Mario Kart style racers.

Worth $12 in my opinion. smile.gif

Jason
post #438 of 821
The Cave (via Steam) is $6 at GMG with voucher GMG20-P4DLK-FKYRS .

Something to mess with 'till the new Bioshock, I guess?
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post #440 of 821
That game is worth it, and its got online co-op. However its also a RE game which means at some point a guy with a chainsaw comes running at you and you die 20 times over because you can't kill him.....

PS: Operation Raccoon City is also available for less than $5 bucks but I have it on good authority that the game is irredeemably bad....can anyone concur?
post #441 of 821
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Originally Posted by HeadRusch View Post

That game is worth it, and its got online co-op.
Does it require GFWL for online co-op? I've been unable to log in to my GFWL account for several months now.
post #442 of 821
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Originally Posted by DaverJ View Post

Resident Evil 5 (via Steam) is currently $4 on GMG with voucher GMG20-P4DLK-FKYRS .

Dang bro you are stepping up your game! I was gonna post this but looks like I am hours late. Loved this game. You can collect stuff (jewels and treasure) and earn money to buy and upgrade weapons. You can replay parts of the game over and just blow everything away. I think there is something like a Python hand cannon and some of the bosses can be killed in literally a few shots. Its really rewarding and fun.
post #443 of 821
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Originally Posted by HeadRusch View Post

That game is worth it, and its got online co-op. However its also a RE game which means at some point a guy with a chainsaw comes running at you and you die 20 times over because you can't kill him.....

PS: Operation Raccoon City is also available for less than $5 bucks but I have it on good authority that the game is irredeemably bad....can anyone concur?


If they paid you $5 to play it you'd still feel ripped off. wink.gif

Jason
post #444 of 821
NOTED! smile.gif
post #445 of 821
Both Crysis 3 and Dead Space 3 are $40 plus $4 cash back or $5 credit each on GMG. No vouchers, though.

Almost missed some more: Bulletstorm and Mirror's Edge for $5 each, Kingdoms of Alamur: Reckoning for $7.50, Crysis 2 Maximum for $10, among others. Voucher GMG20-P4DLK-FKYRS seems to work for an additional 20% off. Note that these are through Origin.

Good stuff for a great price in there.
Edited by DaverJ - 3/14/13 at 11:54am
post #446 of 821
DaverJ, I've never bought anything from GMG, and I've got Crisys 3 in my cart. I'm seeing a countdown timer so does that mean if it times out the game will return to the previous price? I've got about 10 minutes to go, and I'm not at home right now. eek.gif
post #447 of 821
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Originally Posted by rich3fan View Post

DaverJ, I've never bought anything from GMG, and I've got Crisys 3 in my cart. I'm seeing a countdown timer so does that mean if it times out the game will return to the previous price? I've got about 10 minutes to go, and I'm not at home right now. eek.gif

Nah... some things they have a limited amount of keys, so it's like buying tickets to a big event. I guess when you start an order, they have to reserve a key before the order is placed?

Anyway, if you cancel the order, it will go back to the sale price. Just keep in mind the sales are temporary, and they have run out of keys on popular items in the past.
post #448 of 821
Ooooh, sold on Kingdoms! That's a price I'll bite. $6 with the code. Didn't work on the new games.

$40 is a start, but I'll wait for a bigger price dip on those before I bite.
post #449 of 821
Thanks. I'll order C3 when I get home, since it's a d/l. Hope I have enough room on my SSD drive for it.
post #450 of 821
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Originally Posted by Yrd View Post

Ooooh, sold on Kingdoms! That's a price I'll bite. $6 with the code. Didn't work on the new games.

$40 is a start, but I'll wait for a bigger price dip on those before I bite.

Yeah, I'm on the fence with C3 and DS3 at that price, but I might do it because it's really $35 with the credit - I can't stop buying games there. redface.gif

I grabbed Mirror's Edge for $4. Played through it on Xbox and loved it, so I'm looking forward to playing it in at 1080p @ 60fps (I hope!).

Great pick on KoA:Reckoning! I played a bit of that last night.
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