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Get Brothers: A Tale Of Two Sons (and three hilariously awful games) for £3 via PayWUW.com

Author:
Jonathan Lester
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Deals
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PC, PC games

Get Brothers: A Tale Of Two Sons (and three hilariously awful games) for £3 via PayWUW.com

PayWUW.com is a brand new site with dreams of joining the biggest boys on bundle campus. So it's a shame, then, that their very first bundle is one of the worst I have ever seen in my entire life - containing the infamous Takedown: Red Sabre, awful Marlow Briggs and noxious Rekoil, which Matt described as a "bag of *rseholes" in our full review [No, I didn't. But I should have. - Matt]

However, the excellent Brothers: A Tale Of Two Sons comes to the rescue, which you can enjoy if you pay over £3 ($4.99). It's a decent enough saving, and might make this worth picking up if you've been waiting for a knockdown price.

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Late  Feb. 20, 2014 at 10:07

So I made a booboo by buying tier 1, then? lol

Packing out the Steam library with stuff I'll probably never look at, you know how it is.

Jaffo  Feb. 20, 2014 at 10:18

Brothers is strongly rumoured to be in next month's PS+ update (if you have that).

Late  Feb. 20, 2014 at 10:25

Grrrrr




(I'm xbox)

JonLester  Feb. 20, 2014 at 10:51

@Late: "So I made a booboo by buying tier 1, then? lol"

Oh no, say it ain't so.

@Jaffo: worth bearing in mind for PS3 owners 8)

Late  Feb. 21, 2014 at 12:04

Thank you Karma.
Brothers is now £2.69 on xbox marketplace.

xbox.com

Late  Feb. 21, 2014 at 15:26

So it turns out you can't use your account credit to buy games on the marketplace from xbox.com any more. :\

Spent a fraction under two hours on webchat with MS Support today about it. Apparently this is in the terms ever since the move from points to currency in August last year. Total BS, as I can clearly see on my account that I bought Blood Dragon for the 360 in September and Peggle 2 for the One in December - both bought using my account credit on xbox.com whilst at work.

Bloody annoying, and rather backward, that. Half of the beauty of having MS Credit and having an XB account is that I can impulse-buy something while I'm at work and play it when I get home. That's good for me, and it's good for Microsoft.
That's out of the window now...

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