We may know very little about it right now other than the handful of screenshots that have emerged, but this is a fantastic deal for Just Cause 3 ahead of its release (the date for which is still to be announced.) Thanks to Jessse148 @ HUKD!
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The Just Cause games are fantastic, and MASSIVE. Seriously, if you're having a bit of a frugal Christmas and just want a game or two on the cheap to sink into that's going to give you excellent value for your money, check these two cracking action titles out. Also includes all of the DLC for both games.
There are a bunch of super cheap deals to be had on Steam for some pretty cracking titles over the next twelve hours or so. Monaco is an absolutely brilliant heist-em-up, with a superb soundtrack; Defense Grid 2 is the best tower defence game that money can buy, and is an utter steal at £6.28; and if you like 80s action films, cheesy one liners, massive explosions, and terrible puns, you need Broforce in your life right now. Click the links below for some fat discounts:
NB. Do be aware that you can get a 25% off voucher code for Broforce by clicking here >>
Thanks to jaystan for the tip!
Broforce is amazing, riotous, brodacious, brover-the-top carnage. It's fantastic fun whether playing solo or with friends, and you should jump in right now! Better yet, get 25% off of the Steam price with this voucher code from Alienware Arena.
The number of codes is limited, but there are at least 3,700 left at the time of writing, so get your skates on! Cheers jaystan!
UPDATE: Aaaaaaaaaaand it's gone.
I quite enjoyed Thief this year. It was a poor man's Dishonoured in many ways, but if you set up the game to your particular wants in terms of the depth of the stealth mechanics and the variable difficulty modes of the enemy AI, it certainly had some fine moments. As well as the game itself, the Master Thief Edition contains the following:
Gird your wallets and get ready to spend, because the Steam Winter Sale is now open for business! With the usual server load issues of course. It's a Christmas tradition!
The sale will run until January 2nd 2015, including "thousands" of discounts and 2-day flash sales.
Naturally we're going to keep on top of the smartest bargains PC games deals over the coming days, and as always, let us know what you're buying!
As per usual we're not going to round up every single discount - mainly because there's a difference between a discount and a deal! Instead, here's what we'd consider to be the major daily highlights.
Alien: Isolation is a cracking game that finally manages to do justice to the terrifying Xenomorph of Ridley Scott's original classic. It's £15.99 at GMG right now, but you can get it for cheaper if you use the voucher code DECEMB-202014-GREENM.
The title says it all, really. Watch me crush some AI hunters, destroy their ship and eradicate the humans from Shear in this new gameplay video, playing as the brand new Wraith Monster in the newly-announced Evacuation Mode.
Then click here to read our Evolve preview.Click here to watch our new Evolve gameplay footage >>
The Take No Prisoners Pack includes 20 PC games for £2.55. Click here to buy it! >>
Strategy First may be a deeply inconsistent publisher, but there's no quibbling with the crazy value here. For just over £2.50 you'll get...
...Alliance: Future Combat, 9th Company, BC Kings, Desert Gunner, Disciples II: Gallean's Return, Disciples II: Rise Of The Elves Gold, GODS: Lands of Infinity Special Edition, Jagged Alliance 2: Gold Pack, Jagged Alliance 2: Unfinished Business, O.R.B.: Off-World Resource Base, Battle Of Europe, Warrior Kings Battles, Space Empires IV Deluxe, Space Empires: Star Fury, Strategic Command: European Theater, Strategic Command 2: Blitzkrieg, Uplink: Hacker Elite, Ghost Master, G.I. Combat Episode I, Battle Of Normandy and World War II: Frontline Command. Phew!
Many of these games are terrible (Desert Gunner is a travesty!), but the Jagged Alliance games and Uplink make it well worth a punt by themselves. Thanks to bandwidthbob! Make sure to bookmark our cheap PC deals and gaming deals stream for all the latest bargains.
Watch your back, Hunters.
It might be easy to spot a rampaging Goliath or a menacing Kraken as it hovers overhead, but Evolve's newest monster is the stuff of nightmares. She'll hunt you in the shadows, pick you off one by one and rip an unprepared hunting party to pieces with massive bladed scythes before melting into the mists. The Wraith completely changes the way you play, whether the hunter or the hunted, and adds a nervy new dimension to Turtle Rock's shooter.
Last week I attended a lengthy hands-on preview session to personally test out the Wraith in action, as well as the newly announced Evacuation campaign that adds some much-needed value to the package. Though Evolve is still a tough sell, there certainly seems to be a lot more bang for your buck now.Click here to read more...
Tales From The Borderlands is now £13.68. Click here to buy! >>
You'll need to use the latest Green Man Gaming Voucher code - just add DECEMB-202014-GREENM at checkout. Thanks to Jesse148 @ HUKD!
Click here to read our Tales from the Borderlands: Episode One - Zer0 Sum Review, and remember to follow our gaming deals stream to save even more!
Dungeon Of The Endless is now £4.99 on Steam. Click here to buy! >>
It's one of the best games of 2014 bar none. "Dungeon Of The Endless is the best Real-Time Turn-Based Strategic 4X Tower Defence Sci-Fi Roguelike RPG hybrid you'll play this week," I wrote in our 9/10 Editor's choice review. "And easily one of the very best games you'll play this year. Absolutely unmissable."
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Legendary Edition on PC is now just £6.89 - Click here to buy
In today's Advent Countdown sale from GAME we have The Legendary Edition of Skyrim, includes every single piece of DLC released for the game. There's a saving of around £3 compared to the next best deal elsewhere. There's a chance we might see this fall to a fiver in the Steam sale that is starting later today, but this is still a good price considering the amount of content here.
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The Indie Royale Debut 22 Bundle includes seven PC games for a very low fluctuating minimum price (approximately £1 at the time of writing - note that a coding error is making the price appear in Dollars).
The seven games include East Tower, Star-Twine, Cruel Arena, Bit Shifter, Bomb The Monsters, Star Nomad and Make It Indie! I'd recommend Star Nomad as the highlight of the bunch. As you might be aware, they're all Steam Greenlight candidates, so you'll get a choice of options including direct PC downloads, Desura and even a few Mac-compatible titles as opposed to Steam codes. Make sure to follow our PC games deals for more competitive bundles!
Don't worry, this isn't a deal for those life-simulator titles from Maxis and EA, hell no. This bundle is all about hardcore rugged simulation titles like Towtruck Simulator 2015 and Warehouse and Logistics Simulator! You can keep your hot-tubs and Simoleons. This bundle is all about Woodcutter Simulator 2013, baby.
Click here to check out all twelve titles included in the Sims Mega Bundle. Thanks for the tip, Mark!
The Paradox Indie Bundle contains the following titles:
The deal is time-limited, and will only run for the next day, so be quick if you fancy snapping it up.
Bundle Stars are throwing a massive sale on the PixelJunk series, slashing down three of the best games in the series to £0.70 apiece.
That's a big saving and perfect if you missed IndieGameStand's pay what you want deal earlier this month. Nice one Gooner! Make sure to bookmark our cheap PC deals to keep informed about the latest bundles and bargains.
The Giana Sisters: Twisted Bundle contains both Giana Sisters games (Twisted Dreams and Rise of the Owlverlord). You'll definitely want to pick this up if your a platformer fan, with both games featuring some innovative mechanics and fiendishly challenging moments that both pay homage to the genre's forebears and cultivate something new and fresh at the same time.
Obludia is now £0.16 minimum at IndieGameStand. Click here to buy! >>
A fairly basic dualstick-shooter by all accounts, Obludia is usually £5.99 on Steam but can be yours for as low as 16p on IndieGameStand. However, you'll need to beat at least £0.64 in order to get a Steam code and those oh-so-tasty trading cards. The jury's out on quality but I'm not sure how wrong you could go for so little money.
Total War: Rome II Emperor Edition is only £7.49 on The Humble Store. Click here to buy it! >>
Alternatively, GamersGate are charging £7.50, a penny dearer but lasting an extra day. Click here to buy it! >>
Both offer Steam codes. There's no denying that Total War: Rome II was embarrassingly buggy at launch, but things have improved and the game is now up to snuff. You can read Matt's full review for the details, and remember that this is the Emperor Edition that includes an extra Campaign Pack. Thanks to Muryu13 and Mark!
GamersGate are also throwing a massive Total War sale that includes all the DLC and other games in the series at major discounts. Browse the selection and see what takes your fancy!