PC Games

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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July 26

GreenMan Gaming: 92% Off CodeMasters Bundle

Posted by on July 26, 2014 at 6:30 PM

GreenMan Gaming: 92% Off CodeMasters Bundle

Occupy your time this weekend with six different PC games. Greenman Gaming has reduced the Codemasters Bundle by 92% all the way down to just $4.99 (reg. $64.93).

The Codemasters Bundle comes with the following six PC games:

  • Overlord
  • Overlord 2
  • Operation Flashpoint: Dragon Rising
  • Maelstrom: The Battle For Earth Begins
  • Hospital Tycoon
  • Damnation

Although these may not be the most popular games out there right now, they’re still a great way to pass the time, especially since on their own, each game runs for about $5 to $10.  At a total price of $4.99, each games comes down to just $0.83!

Both Overlord games would be the ones I would try first, especially since the first one features the following review:

A very small number of games makes me want to play them until i finish them. Overlord is one of those. You have 2 paths to complete the game: Be very evil (my favorite) or just. What would you prefer? Be feared? Or loved?

That’s enough to get me hooked, especially since the graphics look pretty good as well.  Both  revolve around the main character known as “The Overlord”, whose goal is to either conquer or destroy the surrounded lands with the help of his many minions. Don’t get too excited though, as these aren’t the same minions as the ones in Despicable Me.

If you like these two, then you’ll be happy to know that there is also a third one in the series available for play: Overlord – Raising Hell. It’s $9.99 and the description starts with the tag line: “how evil can you get?” GreenMan Gaming: 92% Off CodeMasters Bundle

As you can perhaps guess, the game featured on the banner above is Hospital Tycoon, which allows you to create your very own ER-styled drama, all the while curing patients and managing an expanding hospital.

Did you know that Greenman Gaming coupon codes and discounts are released on a frequent basis, and all of these can always be found on the Bargaimoose forum? In fact, the popular Thief game is currently on sale for just $10.19 (reg. $29.99) or $11.21 for the Master Thief edition.

You’re going to need a Steam account to play, but it’s absolutely free to sign up and have one.

(Expiry: 29th July 2014 @ 4pm UTC)

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July 23

Origin Coupon Code: Get The Sims 2 Ultimate Collection For Free!

Posted by on July 23, 2014 at 8:30 PM

Origin Coupon Code: Get The Sims 2 Ultimate Collection For Free!

Hate the new Sims? Then play the older one for free! Until the end of the month, Origin is offering The Sims 2 Ultimate Collection for free. Keep reading to find out how to download it. The Ultimate Collection includes the game itself along with all of the expansion packs that have ever been released.

Click here to get The Sims 2 Ultimate Collection @ Origin.com now

  • Coupon Code: I-LOVE-THE-SIMS
  • Discount: get The Sims 2 Ultimate Collection for free
  • Expiry: 31st July 2014

Originally released in 2000, the first edition of the game became a world-wide success and has even won five Guinness World Records, most notably the one for “Best Selling PC Game of All Time”. The Sims 2 followed in its footsteps in 2004 and unlike its predecessor, features a 3D world instead of one that most closely resembles a 2D projection. In fact, The Sims 4 is being released on September 2nd 2014 and can currently be pre-ordered either for $69.99 for the deluxe edition or $59.99 for the limited edition.

I have to admit that I have never actually played any of the Sims games but given their immense popularity and Origin’s current freebie, I’m definitely tempted to at least give it a try!

How To Get The Sims 2 Ultimate Collection For Free:

Let me start off by clarifying that you won’t find this version of The Sims on Origin’s website. To get the game, you need to first have an account with Origin. If you don’t already have one, it’s free to create here. Once you have your account created and confirmed, download the Origin program for either PC or Mac and long into your Origin account.

Click on the tab labelled “Games” and enter the Origin coupon code above into the “Redeem Product Code” field. If you would prefer to avoid downloading their program, then you can also redeem this code by logging into your account on their site and entering the code on the code redemption page. For more information on how to redeem this code, you can also check out EA’s help section.

What if you already have The Sims 2?

As it turns out, EA’s Origin is offering this oldie for free because they are terminating all support for the game. If you already have The Sims 2, then you will be happy to know that you can also update for free to the Ultimate Collection edition by logging into your Origin account.

(Image Credit: Adriana Batista)

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June 21

Origin.com Freebie: Try Titanfall For 48h For Free With Game Time

Posted by on June 21, 2014 at 9:30 PM

Origin.com Freebie: Try Titanfall For 48h For Free With Game Time

Origin has launched a brand new featured called Game Time. With it, you can try full-version PC games for 48h for absolutely free and right now, the game you can try is Titantfall!

Every time a new game is released, I wonder to myself: “is it worth it?” because paying $60-$70 for each new game isn’t the friendliest option on a tight budget but Origin’s Game Time is definitely a solution that I’m excited to try. Although you have until Sunday night to take advantage of this neat feature to try Titanfall for free, once you start playing, then you will have exactly 48 hours of game time to try the game and it’s not the demo version either! For 48 hours, you are given full access to the game’s every nook and cranny through its full version. Although you won’t necessarily get far in 48 hours as this includes the time spent off the game (48 hours in real time and not just game time), the great part about it is that once your game time has expired, then your progress will be saved in case you decide to purchase the game.

Although I’m a gamer at heart, I have never particularly understood first person shooter games. Going around and shooting things just isn’t my thing (I have tried my hand at Call of Duty multiple times and have failed miserably), but for those who it is, Titanfall is definitely a good game to try, especially since it has garnered a slew of positive reviews from the online community. GameSpot, for instance, has rated it an incredible 9 out of 10 with one member having the following to say about it:

But the game overall is a blast to play. It’s fast and moves like no other FPS out there, almost forcing you to climb vertically if you want to survive. Half the fun comes from the speed of the game. Much of it also comes from not only piloting a Titan, but from taking on Titans as a ground troop. It packs a certain amount of tension and makes for an excellent time. Taking down a Titan while on foot is exhilarating and there’s little like it in the FPS market.

This game has even won a whopping number of 60 awards at its E3 unveilment in 2013! It’s also currently on sale for 40% off at just $47.99 (reg. $79.99).

What do you think of Origin’s Game Time? Are you excited to try it out with Titanfall?

(Expiry: 22nd June 2014)

(Image Credit: BagoGames)

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June 10

Origin Player Appreciation Sale: 50% Off Battlefield 4 (+ Up To 70% Off Over 200 Titles)

Posted by on June 10, 2014 at 11:30 PM

Origin Player Appreciation Sale: 50% Off Battlefield 4 (+ Up To 70% Off Over 200 Titles)

Let the gaming begin! Origin is showing its appreciation for all of their customers with up to 70% off over 200 PC games like Battlefield 4, Titanfall, Mass Effect 3, The Sims 3 etc.

Although Battlefield 4 came out over half  a year ago, it has remained on top of most “best games” lists for its graphics and overall gameplay. It’s essentially a first-person shooter that can be played either solo or with other people online. As the twelfth instalment of the popular Battlefield franchise, the goal of the game in single player mode is to fight, shoot and demolish your way through the various assignments.

Previous versions of Battlefield are also available at a discount such as: Battlefield 3 for $5.99 (reg. $19.99), Battlefield 4: China Rising Expansion for $10.49 (reg. $14.99) and a couple of others.

Mass Effect 3 is also another one of those insanely popular and highly praised games that is worth trying, especially since it’s 70% off and can be had for just $5.99 instead of $19.99. Playable in a variety of modes, this shooter game focuses on the intergalactic adventures of Commander Shepard. This game even won Best RPG (roleplaying game) of 2012!

But if Battlefield and Mass Effect aren’t quite your cup of tea, then maybe The Sims is and in fact, a couple versions of that game are also available at a discount. Although I have never played this game myself, I have nevertheless heard a lot about it, as I’m sure all of you Moosers have as well and it would seem that it’s the kind of game that you simply can’t put down — much like Candy Crush! Origin Player Appreciation Sale: 50% Off Battlefield 4 (+ Up To 70% Off Over 200 Titles)

For all the racing lovers (myself included Origin Player Appreciation Sale: 50% Off Battlefield 4 (+ Up To 70% Off Over 200 Titles) ), there are plenty of versions of the Need For Speed available at a reduced price as well. You could for instance get Need For Speed Undercover for just $2.99 (reg. $9.99), which comes up to a whopping 70% discount! Make sure to also grab Need For Speed World as it’s absolutely free for download.

(Expiry: 15th June 2014)

(Image Credit: Eric Griffin)

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June 4

Green Man Gaming Coupon Code: 20% Off Watch Dogs & Other Titles

Posted by on June 4, 2014 at 7:00 PM

Green Man Gaming Coupon Code: 20% Off Watch Dogs & Other Titles

Just the other day, I wrote about Watch Dogs being available for just $58 (reg. $69.99) on the PS4 and Xbox versions of Watch Dogs at Dell Canada, but since Watch Dogs is currently the talk of the town –the gaming town, that is–, it looks like Green Man Gaming has decided to jump on the discounts bandwagon as well. For a limited time, you can use the code below to save 20% on the PC download of this cool new game. You can get the regular version for just $48 (reg. $59.99), the deluxe edition for $56 (reg. $69.99) or the season pass for $16 (reg. $19.99).

Click here to get Watch Dogs for PC @ GreenManGaming.com now

Click here to get Watch Dogs Deluxe Edition for PC @ GreenManGaming.com now

Click here to get Watch Dogs Season Pass for PC @ GreenManGaming.com now

  • Coupon code: UK3A0U-YOVK88-88EMC8
  • Discount: 20% off
  • Expiry: 6th June 2014

A game that just came out, Watch Dogs follows the story of Aiden Pearce as he manoevers around the city of Chicago seeking to avenge the death of his niece. As a hacking specialist, he is able to gain banking information and most notably control grid lines. Although I haven’t played the game as I haven’t invested in a PlayStation 4 yet, I’m nevertheless excited to try it out for myself because of the anticipation behind this game prior to its release.

For those of you who have never heard of Green Man Gaming before, it’s a a site that has been offering thousands upon thousands of PC games since 2010. Although the vast majority of their titles fall into the the action category, they also have plenty of other types of games such as shooter, strategy, adventure, puzzle, RPGs and even educational.

The above code can also be used to save 20% on the following games:

Although it’s only the third one and was actually released as far back as 1990, Final Fantasy is totally a game that I would want to play as well. A couple of years ago, I played the seventh instalment of this iconic franchise and since it was a game that I really enjoyed, it would be interesting to see how previous versions were designed and to find out more about the story.

Will you be playing Watch Dogs?

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March 15

OnePlay Coupon Code: 20% Off Batman: Arkham Knight Pre-Order

Posted by on March 15, 2014 at 10:30 PM

OnePlay Coupon Code: 20% Off Batman: Arkham Knight Pre Order

Are you ready to take on the role of the silent guardian once more? If your fingers have been itching to play Batman, then you will be delighted to know that you can now pre-order Batman: Arkham Knight, set to be released on October 14th 2014. Even better is that you can use the code below to save 20% off a PC download of the game at OnePlay and get it for just $39.99 instead of its original price of $49.99.

Pre-order Batman: Arkham Knight for PC @ OnePlay.com now

  • Coupon Code: CJKNIGHT
  • Discount: 20% off
  • Expiry: Unknown

This latest game is actually the last instalment in a series that debuted in 2009. Unlike the previous one, Batman: Arkham Origins, which was a prequel to the series, this newest game will be set one year after the events that perspired in Batman: Arkham City and will bring together Gotham best villains: Penguin, Two-Face, Harley Quinn and a couple of others all united by Scarecrow with the sole goal of getting rid of the Batman.

Basically, the previous games came out in the following order: Arkham Asylum (2009), Arkham City (2011) and Arkham Origins (2013).

For an overview of the new game’s design, be sure to check out the Batman: Arkham Knight trailer, which was officially released at the beginning of this month.

As always, don’t forget to also keep an eye on the Bargainmoose forums for more OnePlay coupons as these are immediately updated with all of their latest promotions.

(Image Credit: Rodrigo Bastos)

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March 3

GreenMan Gaming Coupon Code: Up To 80% Off Select SEGA Games

Posted by on March 3, 2014 at 8:00 PM

GreenMan Gaming Coupon Code: Up To 80% Off Select SEGA Games

All systems, full power! For a couple of days only, dash over to GreenMan Gaming where you can save up to 80% on select SEGA titles for PC download.

Click here to fulfill all your gaming needs @ GreenManGaming.com now!

  • Coupon Code: OQE4LG-WEQPSE-SMCME1
  • Discount: up to 80% off select games
  • Expiry: 7th March 2014, 4:00 PM ET

To begin with, there are only two ways to save and it’s on the following games:

Then, as of March 4th 2014, you can also save 75% off:

Although I have no shortage of games that have yet to be played, let alone opened for my PS3, I have actually been wanting to play a PC game for a while now and the Tuesday deal on Sonic is pretty enticing since it comes with as many as 19 games! Most notably there is Sonic the Hedgehog but the pack also includes Sonic Generations, Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed and many others, all equally as fun.

If you happen to miss the chance to save on these games or if a different title intrigues you, then keep in mind that GreenMan Gaming coupons are frequently released and we add them all to our forums pronto!

Will you be getting any of these games either for yourself or someone else?

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February 9

Gamefly Coupon: Save 20% on All Digital Downloads

Posted by on February 9, 2014 at 8:30 PM

Gamefly Coupon: Save 20% on All Digital Downloads

Celebrating Single Awareness Day on February 14th 2014? Although our Valentine’s Day gift ideas may not be for you (well, except for that awesome Wayspa deal perhaps), I did find something else to occupy your time: 20% off all digital downloads at GameFly!

Get your gaming on @ GameFly.com now

  • Coupon Code: FEB20OFF
  • Discount: 20% off all digital downloads
  • Expiry: 28th February 2014

A couple of days ago, Shawn wrote about a promotion at GameFly for up to 75% off the Battlefield titles and while this is still a special you can most certainly still take advantage of, if you’re not much into combat games, then make sure to use the above code instead on any other game!

Although it’s been on my “must play” list for a while now, a game that I have yet to play is The Elder Scrolls and if you haven’t either and are looking for a game to fully immerse yourself into, then that’s definitely a really good choice. Do keep in mind that this is one of those highly addictive games and while it might take some getting used to, once you’re in it, you will then be breathing and living this open world fantasy game as if the medieval times had suddenly taken over 2014. With the GamyFly coupon, it can be yours for just $48 (reg. $59.99).

If puzzle games are more your style, then perhaps Critical Mass may be more up your alley as its a strategy game that is crafted within a 3D world. At $1.59 (reg. $1.99) with the discount, you definitely don’t have much to lose!

In any case, those two games are just the tip of the iceberg as to what you could play because GameFly has countless of games available in categories such as : action/ adventure, arcade/ puzzle, family/ party, indie, racing, RPG, sports and strategy/ sim. In fact, I triple dog dare you to not find a game to get lost into!

As usual, this code can also be found on our GameFly coupons page for greater accessibility.

Is there a game you have been wanting to play for a while? Which one is it?

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February 3

GreenMan Gaming Coupon Code: 20% Off Digital Download PC Games

Posted by on February 3, 2014 at 4:00 PM

GreenMan Gaming Coupon Code: 20% Off Digital Download PC Games

Pick up almost any PC Digital Download for 20% off from GreenMan Gaming.

Click here to fulfill all your gaming needs @ GreenManGaming.com now!

  • Coupon Code: PH4V4F-33PTVI-5HXNWG
  • Discount: 20% Off
  • Expiry: 6th February 2014, 10:00AM ET

Green Man Gaming does deals like this all the time and I love them. Normally I don’t write them up because, like I said, they do them all the time. Every once in a while I like to make mention of one just to keep it in our readers’ minds. I wrote it up a couple of times in December because of all the people getting new computers after Black Friday and Christmas but before that it had been a few months. So consider this you bi/tri/quarter monthly reminder!

GreenMan has pretty much any game you could buy anywhere else and they have competitive pricing. Some of the sale items aren’t available but then again some of them are so you’ll want to check on that before you commit to a game. I’d suggest checking out some of the independent games, personally. They are usually cheaper than non-indy games, just as good and you’re supporting competition in the market which is always a great thing. Of course you can always pick up the latest big name games out there.

More video game deals on our GreenMan Gaming Coupon Code page!

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June 7

Blizzard: 50% Off (PC) Starcraft 2: Wings of Liberty (Now $19.99)

Posted by on June 7, 2013 at 6:00 PM

Blizzard: 50% Off (PC) Starcraft 2: Wings of Liberty (Now $19.99)

An oldie but a goodie for 50% off. Get your copy of Starcraft 2: Wings of Liberty from Blizzard today!

So this game is indeed an oldie, but very good. Starcraft 2: Wings of Liberty is the first in a three part Starcraft 2 series. Not too long ago the second installment, Heart of the Swarm was released and Starcraft nerds rejoiced. But if you want to rejoice too, you need to get the original, Wings of Liberty.

Starcraft is like Mario and Final Fantasy in that it hasn’t lost it’s value. It doesn’t matter how long a Mario or Final Fantasy game has been out, they will cost a lot. The reason is simple: they’re awesome. SquareEnix is still selling the original Final Fantasy on mobile platforms for $15. Starcraft 2 has the same thing going on. It’s three years later and the original price is still $39.99. You’re saving $20 so you only have to pay $19.99.

You can get the physical copy if you want but you should be getting the digital PC Download. You get it right away and there are no shipping costs. Please note that prices are in USD.

(Expiry: 11th June 2013)

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May 18

GameFly Promo Code: 25% Off Select PC Game Pre-Orders

Posted by on May 18, 2013 at 7:00 PM

GameFly Promo Code: 25% Off Select PC Game Pre Orders

There are tons of great games coming out soon and if you get them from GameFly you can get them for cheap!

Click here to check out the awesome pre-orders @ GameFly.com

  • Coupon Code: GFDMAY25
  • Discount: 25% Off Select Pre-Orders
  • Expiry: Unknown

There are seven games that this coupon code works with. They are:

  • Resident Evil: Revelations (Releases: 20th May 2013) – Was $49.99 - Save $12.50 – Now $37.49
  • Wargame: AirLand Battle (Releases: 30th May 2013) – Was $39.99 – Save $10 – Now $29.99
  • Grid 2 (Releases: 28th May 2013) – Was $44.99 – Save $11.25 – Now $33.74
  • Remember Me (Releases: 4th June 2013) – Was $49.99 – Save $12.50 – Now $37.49
  • DARK (Releases: 14th June 2013) – Was $33.99 – Save $8.50 – Now $25.49
  • Total War: Rome II (Releases: 3rd September 2013) – Was $59.99 - Save $15 – Now $44.99
  • Company of Heroes 2 (Releases: 25th June 2013) – Was $59.99 – Save $15 – Now $44.99

It should be noted that since GameFly doesn’t ship to Canada, we can only get the PC versions of these games. The PC versions are digital downloads so there is no shipping.

There is definitely something for everyone here. You’ve got racing in Grid 2, strategy in Total War: Rome II, survival horror in Resident Evil: Revelations and a bunch of other genres. If there are a bunch of these that you want, you don’t have to worry about which one you’re gonna get because they are fairly spread out. I don’t buy a ton of video games but I often wander into a store and have a hard time choosing between two or three games. I always get them all home and then play one way more than the others and feel bad about it. I thought I was weird but I’ve spoken to friends who have had the same experience.

With this sale you can pick up a bunch of games and have them spread out over weeks or months. That way you don’t have to worry about feeling bad that you spent all this money on a game and you are are letting it sit there collecting dust while you play anther one. For more guilt-free gaming, check out our GameFly Coupon Codes!

Have you ever felt the guilt of getting two games and neglecting one? Let me know in the comments below!

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May 7

Canada Computers: FREE Copy of Metro: Last Light With Purchase of GeForce GTX Video Card

Posted by on May 7, 2013 at 6:00 PM

Canada Computers: FREE Copy of Metro: Last Light With Purchase of GeForce GTX Video Card

Metro: Last Light is going to be huge and as is commonplace with most huge, new games, it’s gonna be a resource hog. Give it the resources to pig out on with a new GeForce GTX Video Card from Canada Computers and Electronics.

When you pick up a GeForce GTX 660 video card or higher you’re going to get Metro: Last Light (PC) via digital download. It’ll run through Steam. Retail price is around $50. Shipping on the game is free since it’s a digital download and shipping on the video cards depends on where you live and what you buy. It’s not a flat rate. If you live near a Canada Computers location in Ontario or Quebec, you can pick up your GeForce GTX in-store for free.

Metro: Last Light is the sequel to the Ukrainian game Metro 2034 which is based on a 2005 Russian novel by Dmitry Glukhovsky. And a partridge in a pear tree! Getting away from the game for just a second, isn’t it great when something spawns a whole bunch of other awesome properties?  The book has also gotten a sequel and a whole series of books written by other authors, as well as two games. Anywho, Metro: Last Light has been pushed like no other. It’s been on video game stores for months and it isn’t even out yet! I did some looking around and it looks like it’s going to be an awesome game.

One of the things that makes it awesome is the graphics. I’m not really a graphics guy in that I don’t need good graphics to enjoy a game. My current PC games of choice are Warcraft 3 and Portal. The original Portal. It’s gameplay that matters to me. That being said though, if the graphical ponies are there, let them gallop. To do that you’re going to need a good video card and with this deal you get a great, beautiful game when you buy a GeForce GTX 660 or higher video card. There are dozens of cards available and the price ranges anywhere from $200 to $1100 so there is a video card here for everyone!

(Expires: Unknown)

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May 6

GreenMan Gaming: Up to 50% Off Select Bethesda Games

Posted by on May 6, 2013 at 10:00 AM

GreenMan Gaming: Up to 50% Off Select Bethesda Games

Haven’t played Skyrim yet? Have it but want more? Maybe Dishonored is more your speed. Whatever you want, GreenMan has it and they have it for cheap!

Bethesda makes some of the best games out there and Green Man Gaming has a couple of them and their DLC on sale. This is what you can get:

Skyrim and Dishonored are both great games, getting ratings of over 90% on Metacritic. To be honest with you, I have heard about Dishonored but have never checked it out before now. It’s actually a different kind of game than I thought. It looks almost like an Assassin’s Creed game, which I really dig. I love Assassin’s Creed and putting a game like that in the capable hands of Bethesda Softworks can’t be bad. The 91% on Metacritic seems to agree.

Skyrim, another game I haven’t played, is one that I am a bit more familiar with. Skyrim is from the “Elder Scrolls” series. If that name tickles your memory it’s because “The Elder Scrolls” is the series that spawned the fantastically received Oblivion and of course Morrowind. Very good games!

Regardless of which game you get, you’re probably gonna have a good time and the prices are so good you could get each of them.

(Expires: Unknown)

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April 12

GameFly: Up to 75% Off Indie PC Games

Posted by on April 12, 2013 at 4:00 PM

GameFly: Up to 75% Off Indie PC Games

Tired of the big guys like EA throwing millions towards marketing to get you super excited only to release a poor experience? Then how about you check out some Indie games (at a steep discount) from Game Fly!

There are nine games on sale here. Here are a few:

  • Sine Mora - Was $9.99 – Save $7.50 – Now $2.49
  • Torchlight II - Was $19.99 – Save $10 – Now $9.99
  • Gratuitous Space Battles - Was $14.99 –  Save $9 – Now $5.99
  • Space Pirates and Zombies - Was $9.99 – Save $7.50 – Now $2.49
  • Symphony - Was $9.99 – Save $6.59 - Now $3.40

I love Indie games. Where else are you going to find games called “Space Pirates and Zombies” or “Gratuitous Space Battles”?  These guys have more freedom to do whatever they want with their games because the games are exactly that, their games.

That EA reference from earlier wasn’t just random. They recently released a new Sim City game and everyone was super excited. Then they started playing and found that EA had DRM’d the game so badly that it was hardly playable. Many Indie developers don’t have the time or money to do anything other than make a great game.

(Expiry: 16th April 2013, 2:59AM ET)

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