Games

September 8

Steam Powered: Up to 90% Off Games

Posted by on September 8, 2014 at 4:00 PM

Steam Powered: Up to 90% Off Games

I am very impressed with Steam’s Weeklong Deals sale this week. With up to 90% off games, you really have no reason to feel bored or be looking for something to do. Because darling, we have it all right here for you at prices that will make your heart skip a beat.

A little reminder folks: all prices quoted are in USD. All games are Steam downloads so nary a word about shipping is needed.

I like lists, so let us do this simply. Here are the games in the top discount tier on Steam this week:

Get 90% Off:

This is just the games on sale for 90% off; there is a plethora of games for 80% off, 75% off, as well as 50% and other discounts. It is a massive sale for game lovers and you must check it out.

Personally, I am most interested in the two Book of Unwritten Tales games. They combine adventure RPGs with puzzle games, which happen to be two of my favourite things. The first game has over 150 puzzles to solve and over 300 items you can find and use throughout the game. There is also humorous dialog and fun characters. One gaming website reviewed the game saying:

Never in the past decade we’ve seen such a well-built comedy/ fantasy adventure game, filled to the brim with great narration, sense of purpose and feelings of joy and despair. An absolute must have for every “adventurer”. 9.5/10 – GameOver

Watching the videos for this and The Critter Chronicles is just hilarious. The one where the critter gets the penguin drunk so it aggravates the one guard so he falls in the hole in the ice so that the critter’s friend/master can join the army is pretty awesome. Seriously, all that happened in like one minute. These are pretty awesome point and click RPGs that you just need to pick up for only a couple dollars each.

At only 50% off, I ran across BlazBlue: Calamity Trigger now $4.99 (was $9.99). I have a different BlazBlue for the PS3 and watching the trailer for this one totally made me want to play it again. Anyone else play this game?

(Expiry: 15th September 2014)

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August 27

Toys R Us Canada: 40% Of All $24.99 Hasbro Board Games

Posted by on August 27, 2014 at 5:30 PM

Toys R Us Canada:  40% Of All $24.99 Hasbro Board Games

Toys R Us Canada has a great deal on right now that is perfect for the cooler nights and weekends we will be having in the fall.  Save 40% on Hasbro board games that are $24.99 or more for a limited time only.

Basically, any Hasbro board game that is priced $24.99 or more will get discounted 40% off at the checkout. Almost all the the games in this section are $24.99, so the prices of them will all drop to just $14.97.

They have a pretty good variety with over 20 games available for this deal. This is the perfect sale for a family games night. They have classics like Monopoly, Risk, Operation, Life, Jenga and many more, along with some great new ones. The age range is from toddlers all the way up to adults, so there is something for everyone.

You do have the chance to save even more money if you buy a few different games. I did a screen shot for you below with my order.

Toys R Us Canada:  40% Of All $24.99 Hasbro Board Games

The games are already 40% off, but if you add three games to your cart, you will save an additional 20% on the them. They also have a deal on right now that will get you free shipping when you spend $25 or more on select items (which include all of these games). That means, you will save 40%, then an additional 20%, and get free shipping! My total for three games was just $35.94 when the regular price for all three should have been $86.17 with the cost of shipping. Those are some pretty incredible savings!

Like I mentioned above, for a limited time only, you can get free shipping on most orders of $25 or more.

(Expiry: Limited time offers)

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August 8

Newegg.ca: Free Games & Software With Processor Purchase ($99 Value)

Posted by on August 8, 2014 at 10:30 PM

Newegg.ca: Free Games & Software With Processor Purchase ($99 Value)

Newegg Canada is offering a bundle of software and games free when you purchase select fourth generation Intel Core i5 or i7 processors.

No coupon code is necessary; the bundle is included with your purchase as shown.

Your bundle full of freebies includes the following:

  • Grid Autosport
  • Shadowrun Returns
  • Star Chart
  • McAfee LiveSafe

All of the above games/software are digital downloads from my understanding. You will be given redemption codes to download all the above games and software.

I wasn’t so sure about the value attributed to this bundle so I did some snooping around. The easiest place to start was with the McAfee LiveSafe software. McAfee themselves sells this for $79.99 and I found it as cheap as $64.55 at Amazon.ca. As for the games, here is what I found:

Even with Star Chart being a free app for Windows 8 (not sure why it is included in this bundle), this bundle still calculates in at well over the $99 declared value. I think that Star Chart may only be available on Windows 8 (not Windows 7 if you are planning to run it). However, it is compatible with iOS and Android systems. The redemption code might cover them, I do not know.

So what is your best deal? The cheaper the processor, then the better the freebie value against the original product. Thus, I would suggest looking at the Intel Core i5-4430 Haswell Quad-Core 3.0GHz LGA 1150 84W Desktop Processor Intel HD Graphics BX80646I54430 for $189.99.

Now, I was thinking that this processor is a great deal already because you are receiving approximately $130 worth of games and software on top of it, the way I calculate things. However, I also did some price comparing just to make sure they had not inflated the price of the processor to compensate. The BX80646I54430 processor at NCIX costs $199.99 + shipping and at Direct Canada, it costs $201.82 + shipping. Therefore, you are not only receiving an awesome bundle of freebies, you are also receiving a good deal on the initial product.

Shipping for this bundle should be just $4.99. There are also many other processors to choose from if you need something a bit more powerful. There are a couple others coming in under $200 if you are under a budget, and they go up to much higher prices for the more advanced models.

(Expiry: Unknown)

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August 7

Origin.com Freebie: Try Battlefield 4 Free For 1 Full Week!

Posted by on August 7, 2014 at 10:00 PM

Origin.com Freebie: Try Battlefield 4 Free For 1 Full Week!

Origin Game Time is back and this time it’s better and bigger! Last time, gamers were given access to the full version of Titanfall free for two days (48 hours) but this time, Battlefield 4 can be yours to play for free for an entire week, which as Origin so convincingly put it, that’s 168 hours of non-stop gaming! Keep in mind that it’s the PC version of the game.

Free is always awesome but the fact that you can play Battlefield 4 for a whole week is even better, especially since if after your 168 hours are up, you decide to purchase the game, then you won’t lose any progress that you have made thus far. The game is currently on sale for $26.39 (reg. $39.99) but there is no word on whether or not the price will stay the same in a week.

Battlefield 4 is essentially a first-person shooter game and although it was initially filled with countless bugs and glitches upon its release in January 2014, the game has since been fixed with numerous patches and in fact, here’s a review I found on Amazon about it:

Graphics are amazing. Multiplayer is what it’s all about. Campaign pretty much teaches you all weapons and vehicles so don’t expect much more than that but there are parts that made me say to myself “Wow, That’s Awesome”.

To get the game, you’re going to need an Origin account, which is free to have. Simply sign up, confirm your e-mail and that’s it! Then, add the game to your game library and wait for it to download. This will depend on your internet speed but if you have time, then be sure to leave a comment to let us know that you’re getting the game! The great part is that you also don’t need to worry about losing any game time while you wait for the game to download as your time won’t start until the time that you launch the game.

Plus, if you don’t see yourself playing it in the upcoming days, then you can wait until the very last day as you will still get a full week to play the game. Just maybe don’t wait until the very last minute!

Have you ever played Battlefield 4 or any of the previous instalments? What did you think?

(Image Credit: BagoGames)

(Expiry: 14th August 2014 @ 10am PST)

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August 7

iTunes Store: Order & Chaos Online Now Free (Was $6.99)

Posted by on August 7, 2014 at 12:00 AM

iTunes Store: Order & Chaos Online Now Free (Was $6.99)

There was just a price drop from $6.99 down to free on the popular MMORPG Order & Chaos Online.

I have no idea how long this deal is going to last, so if it dies before you get it: sorry. However, the price drop only happened around midnight so I assume that it will at least be a 24-hour deal. You should be good until Thursday night (we can hope).

So what is this game? It is a well loved and high rated MMORPG you can play on your iPhone or iPad. It features advanced character creation so you can design your own hero and enter into a huge fantasy world with people around the world. The game has:

  • 5 races: Elves, Humans, Orcs, Undead, and Mendels
  • Over 2,500 skills
  • Over 5,000 pieces of equipment to discover
  • Over 1,200 quests

You can create up to four different characters to play. Pretty much this game is so awesome it will rock your socks off. While the newest version has not had any reviews, across all versions there have been over 3,000 reviews. Here is what some of the players have said:

This game is worth 60$ let alone 6.99, keep the epic updates!

This one of the most awesomest games I ever played… It is awesome that u can play a real MORPG on a such small device… This game is the best…

By far the best RPG game I’ve ever played.

So many people love this game. Now, there is in game content that you can buy but you do not have to buy it to play the game. I have not played this game myself, but from the reviews it seems to be a pretty big hit. Even if this is not your typical game style, for free you really cannot go wrong. I think the graphics are also good and the addition of mounts really piques my interest.

The new version released on the 6th includes these sweet updates and more:

  • PvP mode where teamwork far outweighs individual strength.
  • Capture the opposing team’s flag and bring it back to your base to score.
  • Take on 2v2 or 4v4 challenges.
  • Join a league of legendary warriors and earn Honor Points based on your team performance.

Get in on all this gaming action for free!

(Expiry: Unknown)

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August 4

Google Play Store: Up to 85% Off Android Games

Posted by on August 4, 2014 at 1:00 PM

Google Play Store: Up to 85% Off Android Games

Google Play Store is hosting their summer sale currently with up to 85% off games for your android device. The list of games just refreshed on the weekend, so enjoy an entire new list of games if you looked at the sale earlier this summer.

There are 22 games on sale, but rather than give you a list that you can easily see for yourself by clicking through the above link, I will talk about some of the games I have played and some I want to play. Unfortunately, Google does not mention the original prices of these games.

The Game of Life$0.50

I grew up with the board game version of this and I loved it. When no one would play with me, I would even play it by myself. Sometimes I had so many kids I had to ‘adopt’ an extra vehicle to tow them all around. I also have the iPhone version of this game, which is a lot of fun. It can be a bit repetitive, but I still do not think I have landed on all the squares. I really like the storybook of your life at the end.

Where’s My Water?$0.99

This game is nuts in a good way. I love how it combines puzzles, coordination, and a need for speed on some levels as well. It is a great game for adults and good for older kids as well. I especially like the hidden duck feature, as you want to spend more time on each level or revisit levels you have already completed just to find them all.

Final Fantasy V$7.99 (50% off)

This game makes me want to steal my husband’s Dell Venue 8 just so I can play it. The graphics look great and I just love Final Fantasy story lines. The game has nearly 6,500 5/5 star ratings alone! If there is one game in this sale that I want, it is most certainly this one.

Duck Duck Moose Reading$1.07

I could not help but mention this game because of the super cute name! It is a phonics reading adventure game for your children with a wonderful zoo theme. It looks like a fun game to help children master reading.

Pick up these games and more in the Google Play Store sale. If you have any game recommendations from the sale list, then please comment!

(Expiry: Unknown)

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July 25

Well.ca: Settlers Of Catan Only $28

Posted by on July 25, 2014 at 1:30 PM

Well.ca: Settlers Of Catan Only $28

If you love board games, there is one you definitely must try. Get the Settlers of Catan game at Well.ca for only $27.89, with a regular price of $30.99. While it says the regular price is only $31, take a look at the price comparisons below to see this is not the case everywhere and this is a hot deal. It will also ship for free because it is over the $25 free shipping threshold.

I actually bought this game at Christmas for $40 and am sad to say I haven’t yet tried it. It looked a little complex to learn at first, so we put it away and didn’t take it back out. I’m going to have to change this starting today. We need some board games to play at the cottage on our back deck and this seems like the perfect one for those long summer nights where you want to kick back and just have some fun.

This game comes highly recommended by 110 customer reviewers on Amazon with comments like:

 What I love about this game is that it’s engaging all the time. not your typical roll the dice move the mice game. you have to pay attention every time the die is rolled to it’s intellectually stimulating and requires strategy.

and

Very fun game. Your game changes with every play if you want it to. It can be a little long but you don’t notice the time flying because it’s a great game.

Reviewers also recommend adding the expansion pack so more players could play, and this is also on sale at Amazon, now only $17.68 with a regular price of $21.46.

As for pricing at other stores, it is $49.95 at Chapters, $36.78 at Amazon, $49.99 at Mastermind Toys and $29.99 at Game Shack.

I really enjoy playing board games with my kids, my husband and my friends. I know once I get the box back out Settlers will be an obsession for a while, as many other games have been for us including Qwirkle, Sequence and Risk. My family seems to latch on to a board game and play it obsessively every night until we find a new obsession. Bargainmoosers, what board game are you obssesed with right now?

(Expiry: Unknown)

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July 6

Humble Bundle Store: Up To 80% Off Games

Posted by on July 6, 2014 at 3:30 PM

Humble Bundle Store: Up To 80% Off Games

You have heard of the Humble Bundle, but have you heard of the Humble Bundle Store? Yes, now you can purchase individual games at great prices from Humble Bundle with part of the proceeds going to charity.

Every day they will have different daily deals to save you huge amounts of money off some fun games that you need to add to your collection. The new daily deals refreshes at 1PM EST each day, so you have mornings devoted to one set of bundles and afternoons devoted to a new set of bundles.

Here are some of the bundles that just started today:

  • Rising Storm Was $19.99 | Now $4.99
  • Rogue Legacy Was $14.99 | Now $3.74
  • Shadowrun: Dragonfall Was $14.99 | Now $5.99 (Requires the base game Shadowrun Returns in order to play)
  • Game Dev Tycoon Was $9.99 | Now $3.99

You can also pre-order certain games at a discount like Gods Will Be Watching, which will be priced at $9.99 and is now on pre-order for $8.99. There are also some games that you get early access to through Humble Bundle.

Make good use of the panel to your left hand side to sort games by platform and DRM. Choose between Windows, Linux, Apple and Android compatible games. You can play your games through Steam, Uplay, or receive many games DRM-free for those against the organized system.

I like the Humble Bundle store for just this reason: buying games cheaper than they are on the Uplay or Steam store and then redeeming them on those stores. For example: Steam is selling Rising Storm for $19.99, but you can buy it at Humble for 75% off and just redeem it at Steam. It is the same with Rogue Legacy, Steam currently has the game for full price, so just buy it at Humble Bundle and redeem it on Steam if you use it as your game engine. Rogue Legacy is also available on Windows, Linux, Apple, and can come DRM free.

If you are into gaming, I suggest bookmarking the Humble Bundle store along with Steam and your other favourite websites to get the best deals. Always cross-compare any game you are buying to make sure it is not cheaper at the other site. All prices are in USD.

As a final note, the Humble Bundle store is different from Steam, Uplay, etc in a big way. For every game purchased, 10% goes to charity, 75% goes to the creator and 15% goes to Humble Bundle.

(Expiry: varies)

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June 29

Amazon.ca: Knack for the PlayStation 4 Now $28.23 (Orig. $60)

Posted by on June 29, 2014 at 2:00 PM

Amazon.ca: Knack for the PlayStation 4 Now $28.23 (Orig. $60)

Amazon Canada has a great deal on the game Knack for the Playstation 4. Originally $59.99, the game is now on sale for $28.23 and will receive free shipping as it costs over $25.

Now for a little price comparing. Knack for the PS4 costs $39.99 @ Future Shop, Best Buy and at EB Games and $59.98 @ Walmart.ca. You can buy the pre-owned versions at EB Games and Future Shop, but you are only saving another $5: the pre-owned versions cost $34.99. Amazon trumps all these companies with their new copies only $28.23 with free shipping.

So the reviews on this game are pretty mixed. If you are a hard-core gamer, then you might want to pass on this offering as the game controls are simple and it is not exactly the most challenging game out there. However, if you like a mix of old school gaming with modern graphics, if you like beating goblins to smithereens, and if you enjoy more simplistic controls, you might want to try this game. This game is mostly combat: Knack may be a pint-sized little thing but he can use his “powers to transform into a powerful brute or gigantic wrecking machine to defeat the onslaught of a goblin invasion.”

One reviewer said:

This game is fun, whimsical and pleasant. I find this relaxing and quite enjoyable. Most of all, I can play it! This is not the tough game that it is made out to be. As a series of challenges sometimes I succeed and other times I fail; When I fail I just try and try again until I get it right. After 3 hours and one major boss fight I haven’t yet hit a wall. It’s classic gaming but with modern visuals, audio and controls. Accept the game on its own terms. I think that it’s a proper game that is disarmingly innocent. And if kids can play a Mario game then Knack should be easy.

I think this would be a great game for kids or amateur gamers (like me) who do not need excess complexity to have fun. In fact, I vastly prefer a game with a smaller learning curve so I can just get in and have fun without getting my butt kicked too many times first.

For $11 cheaper than anyone else is selling the game for, I think Knack is a good buy from Amazon Canada right now.

(Expiry: Unknown)

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June 25

Toys R Us Canada: Monopoly Only $12

Posted by on June 25, 2014 at 8:30 AM

Toys R Us Canada: Monopoly Only $12

If you are looking for the perfect board game for rainy days in, long nights at the cottage or in your trailer, look no further than Monopoly. Toys R Us has a great deal on it right now, for only $11.97, with a regular price of $19.99.

Monopoly is the classic game that lives on and on. I played it as a child and my kids now play it. I really don’t go for all the deluxe versions of Monopoly as I think the classic game is perfect and why change something? It says you can play it from age 8 and up, but my younger sons have played it, they just get a little bit of help.

Just to give you a sense of the cost of this game at other stores, Chapters Indigo is having a sale on board games right now, but their sale price of $15.96 doesn’t cut it. Other than that, I’m not seeing it many other places, only the themed versions, which none are less than $12.

If you did want something more deluxe, the electronic banking version is also on sale for $14.97, with a regular price of $24.99.

Toys R Us has a ton of other board games that will keep your kids and your whole family busy when you need them to be. I recently bought my kids the game Perfection, which is the perfect one or two player game that keeps on going, and they don’t need your help to play it. It is a steal at only $5.97 with a regular price of $9.99, but they are out of stock. The cool thing is that you can get them to email you when it is available.

Shipping is free on a $25 spend, so you might want to take a look at the other board games, now 40% off to get your shipping fees waived.

Photo credit: jDevaun

(Expiry: Unknown)

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June 14

Toys R Us Canada: Risk Board Game Only $17.47

Posted by on June 14, 2014 at 1:30 PM

Toys R Us Canada: Risk Board Game Only $17.47

Get the game of Risk for your cottage, camper or for rainy days spent inside this summer. Toys R Us has the game on sale for 30% off, now only $17.47 with a regular price of $24.99.

Why You Need This Game

Risk is a game I’ve been playing since early childhood. Some of my best (and worst) memories surround playing the game of Risk with my family and friends. I say worst because some people just don’t seem to be able to handle losing this game. Fist fights ensue and then the game is over. Okay, I wouldn’t go that far, but I’ve had people storm out of our house after feeling “attacked”, which really is the name of the game. Until recently I had the original version of this game from 1975, that was my dad’s, but my dog who was mad that I was away at work a little too long, took it upon herself to destroy it. I did recently buy a new version, but too bad I didn’t wait and get it for less than $20.

Why you need the game is simple: it is a fun and strategic game that the whole family can play. I’ve played this with my six-year-old and he actually won. It has simple instructions, but that doesn’t mean it is easy and boring. You need to have a mind for where to attack and when to let go.

Like I said, this is the perfect game for lazy nights at the cottage, at home on rainy days and more. Keep those kids (and yourself) busy!

Price comparison

Of course I checked the prices at other Canadian stores and found them all at around $25. Amazon sells this for $24.93, which is one cent cheaper than their original price. Walmart, which is notorious for good-priced board games, sells it for the same price as Amazon.

Shipping

Toys R Us offers free shipping on orders over $25, so to get you past that amount, you could take a look at other board game deals on now there.

(Photo credit: Melanie Hayes)

(Expiry: Unknown)

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June 10

Steam Powered: 75% Off Civilization, DLCs, & Expansions HOT!

Posted by on June 10, 2014 at 8:30 PM

Steam Powered: 75% Off Civilization, DLCs, & Expansions HOT!

Steam Powered is offering 75% off Sid Meier’s Civilization, all expansions and all downloadable content.

If you love Civilization but your budget doesn’t allow you to buy the newest or every single DLC or expansion they release, then click that button above because you can get 75% off the entire Civ franchise right now. That includes Sid Meier’s Civilization® III Complete  for a mere $1.24 (was $4.99), Sid Meier’s Civilization IV: The Complete Edition for $7.49 (was $29.99) and the entire Civilization V franchise including the last expansion Sid Meier’s Civilization V: Brave New World .

I play Civilization V. I played it today. This game is one of my favourites and I cannot recommend it enough. While I do not have all the maps (frankly because I do not play customs maps all that much), I do highly recommend the character packs. You can pick up ANY of the DLC characters like Polynesia or Korea for just $1.24, originally $4.99. All the characters are worth buying even if you don’t ever see playing them yourself. They really add depth the the game and change the way you play depending on which civilizations you are playing against. Polynesia is a real pain on the water because he can go on the ocean right away with his special troop. It really makes you question how important exploration is and how much you want to find all those island ruins. Will you compete, or will you let him have his fun?

Now, you may be totally saying “what about the Sid Meier’s Civilization V: Complete Edition which says 67% off?”  Let me explain something to you: that is the greatest deal of them all. It calculates the “price of individual games” as the price of the games once the 75% off has been taken. Therefore, the beginning price for this bundle is already 75% off. Then, they take an extra 67% off that price and knock the ENTIRE Civ V collection including all DLCs and expansions down to a mere $16.49 USD.

This deal is very HOT and only available for the next 16 HOURS. Seriously folks, if you love a good strategy game or you just like building an empire, pick up Civilization V. You cannot go wrong with the price on the complete edition right now.

For all you Apple lovers out there, Civilization V is now available to play on Mac OS. So you can go ahead and purchase this game as well without any compatibility issues.

(Expiry: 11th June 2014 @ 1PM EST)

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June 5

Humble Bundle: Pay What You Want For Games, Software & Books

Posted by on June 5, 2014 at 7:30 PM

Humble Bundle: Pay What You Want For Games, Software & Books

Most of you have heard of the Humble Bundle: it is a bundle of games that you “pay what you want” for. Usually the base tier you can throw as little as $1 at and get several games. There is also at-least another tier above that, that gets unlocked when you donate certain amounts of money. Usually the minimums are ridiculously low and you are getting way beyond what you paid for.

What makes the Humble Bundle great beyond a deal-hunter’s perspective is that part of the money goes to the developers and part goes to charity. When you buy your Humble Bundle, you get to choose what the split is. Do you want all your money going to charity? How about a 50/50 split?

Now, you may be saying I totally know all of this already so why are we revisiting this? I am here to tell you that the humble Humble Bundle has expanded. No longer is it just a simple bundle of games you can pick up on the cheap, there is now three separate humble bundles you can acquire at the same time.

The Humble Bundle

This is the original Humble Bundle: a two-tier bundle made up of loosely knit together games. Pay what you want for the first tier of games (minimum $1 if you want to redeem on Steam). You can unlock the second tier by paying over the current average price that people are paying for the bundle. This week you can get Symphony, Draw a Stickman: EPIC, and Galcon: Legends for whatever you want to throw at it. Unlock seven more games when you pay over the average donation amount (currently at $4.91). The total bundle value is $164.

The Humble Weekly Bundle

The Humble Weekly Bundle operates on a three-tier system most the time and is themed by country, title, developer, theme, etc. This week’s theme is German developers. The base tier is pay what you want, the second tier is either pay more than the current average price or can be pay more than a set price. The third tier is always a set price. This week you will get seven games when you pay whatever you want, an extra three games when you pay above the current going rate 9currently $3.65), and the top tier games are unlocked when you pay $9 or more. The total bundle value is $174.

The Humble Book Bundle

The Humble Book Bundle is a new development. It is just like the weekly bundle, just with books. For avid book lovers, this bundle is a god-sent. Currently you can pay what you want for three books, get another eight books when you pay the going rate or higher (currently $9.68) and then you unlock the upper tier two books when you pay $10 or more. I have to say Lovecraft’s Monsters: Anthology looks tempting. The total bundle value is $76.

(Expiry: varies)

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May 31

Best Buy Canada: Grand Theft Auto Trilogy (Mac) $0.97

Posted by on May 31, 2014 at 11:00 PM

Best Buy Canada: Grand Theft Auto Trilogy (Mac) $0.97

So you own a Mac computer and you can’t play all the games your buddies can on their Windows computers. Well never fear, you can get a better deal than they can. Pick up the Grand Theft Auto Trilogy for the Mac for only $0.97.

This trilogy includes

  • Grand Theft Auto III
  • Grand Theft Auto: Vice City
  • Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas

To get three games for under a $1 is a seriously rocking deal for any Apple owners. Let me do a little price comparing for you to get across just how incredible this little offer is. Amazon.ca is selling the GTA Trilogy for the Mac for $19.99 on sale (their original list price was $39.99).

Now if this deal sells out at Best Buy, Future Shop (the sister store of BB) has the same offer on so be sure to check it out there. I have never played any of these games but I mentioned this deal to my friend Lee who said he had many good memories playing them.

Now, you cannot reserve this in store: it is online only and final sale. Shipping is free at $20 or else you have to pay shipping. I highly recommend you go through your wish list and pick something else up to hit the free shipping minimum.

(Expiry: unknown)

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May 30

Steam Powered: 75% Off RPG Maker VX Ace – Now $17.50

Posted by on May 30, 2014 at 10:30 PM

Steam Powered: 75% Off RPG Maker VX Ace   Now $17.50

If you love RPGs and have always wanted to build your own game (no programming required) then this deal is for you. Pick up RPG Maker VX Ace for an incredible 75% off this weekend only at Steam Powered. Originally, $69.99 USD, it is now on sale for just $17.50 USD.

The only place you can really price compare with is the manufacturer, and they sell their own product for $69.99. Therefore, Steam is really giving you an amazing deal. Not only that, this weekend is a ‘free play weekend’ where you can try out the product for free before purchasing to see if it is the right thing for you. Just click here to start your free play.

Now, not only do you get 75% off the game, you also get 75% off all downloadable content (excluding RPG Maker: Royal Tiles Resource Pack which was just released) this weekend. And may I say, there are a LOT of DLCs for this game. They have everything from music, to resources, to different types of tiles. So if you have just been itching to get this game, or maybe you already own it and want some funky new stuff to play with, then check out the DLCs you can get for 75% off. You are saving bucket-loads of money on this stuff.

As a gamer, this stuff appeals to me. Not just for the usual “I love playing games reason” but rather because I was playing text-based online RPGs since I was 16 and while I was still a teenager I owned my own text-based RPG which I managed and hired coders for. It was a rush and a huge learning curve. I have always been into games, not just as a gamer but also as a manager. I like to give people a good game that they can really get into and enjoy. Thus, this software is totally calling my name.

(Expiry: 2nd June 2014)

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