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[PC Deals] Humble Quest 40k Gala
Postby Delusibeta » Wed Nov 23, 2011 10:32 pm

Welcome to the PC Deals thread. It's about deals for PC games. Act surprised.

Humble Bundle
http://www.humblebundle.com
And lo, there was another Humble Bundle. There's a twist to this one: on top of the DRM-free Windows/Mac/Linux versions and Steam codes you're used to, this one has Android versions included in this price. The games this time are:
EDGE
Warzone: Anomaly Earth
Osmos
World of Goo (must beat average)


Standard Humble stuff applies, although you'll have to pay at least a dollar to get the Steam code.

Indie Gala
http://www.indiegala.com
It's back, and significantly better than before. Pay what you want (minimum $1), but if you pay more, you get more. Games are all Steam keys and music is in 320kb/s MP3s. Do note that this time round there are strictly 50,000 bundles, and once they're gone, they're gone. Also note that apparently their payment processor and key distributor is currently a bit overloaded. The bundle includes:
GAMES
Fortix 2
Critical Mass
Bunch of Heroes
Greed Corp (beat the average)
Roboblitz (beat the average)
Zombie Shooter 1 (beat ten bucks)
Zombie Shooter 2 (beat ten bucks)
Hacker Evolution Duality (beat ten bucks)
Hacker Evolution Untold (beat ten bucks)
Your Doodles Are Bugged (beat ten bucks)
InMomentum (beat ten bucks)
ALBUMS
Griffage - Comfort
The Numbers - Beautiful EP
Casey Lalone - Skitter EP
Casey Lalone - Thank You (beat the average)
Jack Butler - Fit The Paragram (beat the average)
Robot Science - Square (beat the average)
Robot Science - Doodads (beat ten bucks)



Steam
Weekend Deal 66% off Warhammer 40k Highlights include:
Dawn of War 1 Platinum £3.39
Dawn of War 2 Gold £6.79
Basically, it's the same games for the same price as last week's GG promo.
Daily Deal Section 8 Prejustice £3.39 (DLC pack £3.39)
Launch Deal Fortune Summoners £9.74 (until 6th Feb)

GetGames
Square Enix Edios sale
XIII £2.00
The Club £3.49
Alpha Protocol £3.49
Serious Sam: The Random Encounter £1.49
Cryostasis £2.00
Medieval 2 Total War Gold £2.49
DiRT 1 £2.49

Gamersgate
All offers.

GOG
Weekend Deal 50% off all Quest bundles
$4.99 each:
King's Quest 1+2+3
King's Quest 4+5+6
King's Quest 7+8
Police Quest 1+2+3+4
Police Quest: SWAT 1+2
Space Quest 1+2+3
Space Quest 4+5+6

Everything that's not on promo buy two (or more) get 10% off.

Also...
AGS Bake Sale Whatever you want greater than $1.50, all proceeds go to Child's Play.

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Re: Steam Autumn Sale: Hell, it's about sales
Postby Lotus » Wed Nov 23, 2011 10:37 pm

£3.24 for the Oddworld games?

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Re: Steam Autumn Sale: Hell, it's about sales
Postby Dig Dug » Wed Nov 23, 2011 10:41 pm

Wish I had discovered steam years ago. So strawberry floating cheap. I won't be playing xbox or wii for a lonnnngggggggggg time.
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Re: Steam Autumn Sale: Hell, it's about sales
Postby Cal » Wed Nov 23, 2011 11:45 pm

The only game I really want is Might & Magic Heroes VI but it's still £too much (£29.99) :( .

I'll keep an eye out over the next few days but if some kind soul sees that this game has indeed been slipped into a daily deal and I don't spot it please PM me. I'll be ever so grateful.
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Re: Steam Autumn Sale: Hell, it's about sales
Postby Dig Dug » Wed Nov 23, 2011 11:47 pm

EDIT: Changed my mind, I already have more games than I need.
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Re: Steam Autumn Sale: Hell, it's about sales
Postby PCCD » Wed Nov 23, 2011 11:50 pm

Limbo for £3.50?

'ave it!
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Re: Steam Autumn Sale: Hell, it's about sales
Postby HSH28 » Wed Nov 23, 2011 11:58 pm

PCCD wrote:Limbo for £3.50?

'ave it!


Almost certain to be cheaper in one of the daily deals I would have thought.
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Re: Steam Autumn Sale: Hell, it's about sales
Postby That's not a growth » Thu Nov 24, 2011 12:19 am

HSH28 wrote:
PCCD wrote:Limbo for £3.50?

'ave it!


Almost certain to be cheaper in one of the daily deals I would have thought.


I would love it if that were true. Not played it yet.
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Re: Steam Autumn Sale: Hell, it's about sales
Postby satriales » Thu Nov 24, 2011 1:13 am

Is there anywhere on Steam where it tells you how big the download is before you buy a game?
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Re: Steam Autumn Sale: Hell, it's about sales
Postby Delusibeta » Thu Nov 24, 2011 1:27 am

satriales wrote:Is there anywhere on Steam where it tells you how big the download is before you buy a game?

No, but the "Hard drive" listing the requirements will give you a hint.
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Re: Steam Autumn Sale: Hell, it's about sales
Postby tomvek » Thu Nov 24, 2011 5:36 am

Oddworld pack for me :)
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Re: Steam Autumn Sale: Hell, it's about sales
Postby Harry Bizzle » Thu Nov 24, 2011 7:44 am

Duke is probably worth a fiver, but is it worth my time?


I'd rather have Bulletstorm. Hope it's in the deals.
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Re: Steam Autumn Sale: Hell, it's about sales
Postby That's not a growth » Thu Nov 24, 2011 10:02 am

Is Sam and Max good?
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Re: Steam Autumn Sale: Hell, it's about sales
Postby That's not a growth » Thu Nov 24, 2011 10:15 am

Also, are the retail versions of COD steamworks? Could I just get a second hand version of Black Ops off amazon for a tenner ( here)?

Edit: I seem to be asking if things are steamworks quite a bit recently. How do you find out?
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Re: Steam Autumn Sale: Hell, it's about sales
Postby Peter Crisp » Thu Nov 24, 2011 10:19 am

I'm going to recommend Orcs Must Die! as it's a great little game and well worth £3. I have it on 360 and I'm not unhappy I paid 1200 points for it.
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Re: Steam Autumn Sale: Hell, it's about sales
Postby Harry Bizzle » Thu Nov 24, 2011 10:29 am

That's not a growth wrote:Also, are the retail versions of COD steamworks? Could I just get a second hand version of Black Ops off amazon for a tenner ( here)?

Edit: I seem to be asking if things are steamworks quite a bit recently. How do you find out?


https://support.steampowered.com/kb_art ... -WUSF-3601


And the fact that it's used probably means the code has already been used, which essentially amounts to buying a ten pound coaster.
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Re: Steam Autumn Sale: Hell, it's about sales
Postby That's not a growth » Thu Nov 24, 2011 10:45 am

Harry Bizzle wrote:
That's not a growth wrote:Also, are the retail versions of COD steamworks? Could I just get a second hand version of Black Ops off amazon for a tenner ( here)?

Edit: I seem to be asking if things are steamworks quite a bit recently. How do you find out?


https://support.steampowered.com/kb_art ... -WUSF-3601


And the fact that it's used probably means the code has already been used, which essentially amounts to buying a ten pound coaster.


That's helpful cheers. Hmm, I fancy having Black Ops in my library, but not for £20. Oh well. Probably cheaper in a few years.

I got a few good deals so far. Got Mass Effect 1 and 2 which I was going to get a few weeks ago and waited so chuffed and got Orcs must die after hearing good things. Also got the oddworld stuff since I remember hearing good reviews for Stranger's Wrath when it came out. I think. Oh well, it was cheap. :shifty:
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Re: Steam Autumn Sale: Hell, it's about sales
Postby Harry Bizzle » Thu Nov 24, 2011 10:47 am

That's not a growth wrote:Probably cheaper in a few years.


Don't hold your breath. I think the cheapest MW1 has been is £14.99. :|
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Re: Steam Autumn Sale: Hell, it's about sales
Postby Trelliz » Thu Nov 24, 2011 10:48 am

I'd get the Mass Effects, but with Batman ready for activation, I can't justify them sitting unplayed on my steam list. Payday: The Heist is down to just over a tenner, people should get that, so I can actually play with other people who aren't morons :(
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Re: Steam Autumn Sale: Hell, it's about sales
Postby That's not a growth » Thu Nov 24, 2011 10:50 am

Harry Bizzle wrote:
That's not a growth wrote:Probably cheaper in a few years.


Don't hold your breath. I think the cheapest MW1 has been is £14.99. :|


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