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Free PC Games @ Steam

Marius Goubert
Game freebies, Steam

Free PC Games @ Steam

When times are tight and you need to free up some cash nothing quite beats a nice long list of really decent, and more importantly, totally free PC games. Yes in some mad attempt to publicize themselves, offload advertising banners or just to be loved, Steam are offering PC gamers the chance to install some great titles totally free of charge!

However do remember that some of these games are specific to a particular PC graphics card and will not run on all machines…So if you have an ATI/AMD (Radeon) graphic card then you’ll be free to download the following:

Nividia (GeForce) Graphics users can get their hands on:

For all steam users the following titles are available:

Free addons and resources for already purchased games:

There are also a huge list of MODs which can be downloaded, so to view the list click on the link above. However one game which jumps out immediately is Americas Army 3.

AA3  is one of the biggest and most enjoyable online army first person shooter games available. It is a combat simulator which prides itself on realism and this is reflected in its weapons and its graphics – which are reminiscent of Operation Flashpoint and Armed Assault.

Surprisingly this is a fairly unknown/underrated FPS but it is definitely up there as one of the best available. So if competitive combat simulators are you’re sort of thing don’t bother spending £30-40 pounds on games like Armed Assault 2 [Gamebase] when Americas Army is easily one of the best multiplayer FPSers you can get your hands on - and it's totally free!!

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Tasha  Jul. 23, 2009 at 20:35

Great Deal!

acecatcher3  Jul. 23, 2009 at 23:16

what is this shit? uve taken some space on the bitterwallet blog link that i like reading during lunchtime....this isnt cricket i tell thee

Mike  Jul. 24, 2009 at 00:19

Yeah because you totally didn't get the list from here:

acecatcher3  Jul. 24, 2009 at 00:21

ive seen the feedback thread on hukd.....welcome................do u know if the clickable link to bitterwallet could be made again, it says "hukd blogs" now instead of the usual "bitterwallet" clickable link.........maybe change that widget to having both sites as clickable links???

phatboy123  Jul. 24, 2009 at 00:33

LOL Ace man, still lurkin i c

thts dedication, you'll get back some day :)

Emma Kelly  Jul. 24, 2009 at 00:36

@Mike - if you look at the Steam thread linked above and the timestamps on that thread and the thread you have linked to, you'll see where the list totally came from :p
(Original steam thread 30th April 2009)

acecatcher3  Jul. 24, 2009 at 00:40

yo phatboy, everyday mate, lunchtime perv and then evening if im on msn jfk links me funny threads......i really like bitterwallet tho, good read during my lunch break and that link was handy for me to jump from site to site, hopefully theyl put it bk.

Owiseone  Jul. 24, 2009 at 02:31


There's a good link for you Acecatcher3. The KFC looks a right prat in it.

JOHNSON  Jul. 24, 2009 at 09:42

Have you played AA3? Its buggy as hell. Guess the makers dont have enough time to fix it.. too busy fightin a war n all....

YETI  Jul. 24, 2009 at 11:45


JR  Jul. 24, 2009 at 16:30

Yeti, if that was directed at Johnson, he might be being a bit harsh, but AA3 was objectively released in a buggy-as-hell format for most gamers.
-Johnson, the AA3 devs had the game taken away from them in order to release it on time. Apparently. I believe one of the devs posted on the forums in explanation.

And subjectively, it is definately not "up there". It's only real plus side is that it's free for the quality. And it's a _very_ different sort of game to ArmA2. Really the only comparison is the fact that they're both games starring soldiers and guns from now-ish.

Though saying that, I havn't played it (AA3) for a few weeks, so it might've been patched to greatness by now, otherwise I might just think that the author of the article was thinking of America's Army 2.

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