Fri, Jan 28, 2011 | 14:07 GMT
Weekend PC game sales are happening now
There’s a few gaming sales going on this weekend for PC users, and each digital download service has something someone will be interested in. Promise.
First up is Steam, with Breach on sale for $11.99, Penny Arcade Adventures: Precipice of Darkness Combo Pack is just $2.99 which is a steal, really. Europa Universalis III Complete is just $4, while Universalis III: Heir to the Throne will run you $2.
The service has also added The Sim 3, and you can get the Ultimate Bundle for 50 percent off its regular price of $179.94, and instead pay $89.97 for the game and the following add-ons: World Adventures, Ambitions, Late Night, High-End Loft Stuff, and Fast Lane Stuff .
With Direct2Drive, not only can you save 20 percent on any game purchased through the site from now until Monday, it has Red Faction on sale for $2.50, and Breach is 40 percent off. Also, don’t forget about their game rental service.
Impulse has a Sim City 4 Deluxe Edition for 50 percent off, Star Trek Online for $7.49, X-Com Complete for $5.09, The Guild 2 for $7.49, and quite a few more.
GamersGate has tons of games on sale, a couple that stick out are Empire: Total War and Napoleon: Total War Imperial Edition for 50 percent off. There’s also quite few pre-order bonuses going with up to 30 percent cash back.
Battlestations Pacific is on sale over on Microsoft’s GFWM for $14.99, which is 50 percent off and the “Deal of the Week”.
Over on GoG, the TopWare Interactive catalog is on sale with titles marked up to 50 percent off should you purchase the entire bundle – 1 games for $34.89. Otherwise, each game is 30 percent off.
Eurogamer’s GetGames has Commandos Complete on sale for $3, Operation Flashpoint: Dragon Rising for 75 percent off, and Football Manager 2011 is 25 percent off.