Video Game Deals Catch-All

I know this isn't a deal, but I have to share this:

Antichamber is on sale for $10 (50% off) for Steam's midweek madness! (This reminds me, I need to go back and finish it. What I played was really excellent)

soonerjudd wrote:

Antichamber is on sale for $10 (50% off) for Steam's midweek madness! (This reminds me, I need to go back and finish it. What I played was really excellent)

This game is excellent. Go get it!

Kingdoms of Amalur

$5.99 through Gamestop PC. Need the Origin client

DeThroned wrote:

Kingdoms of Amalur

$5.99 through Gamestop PC. Need the Origin client

Buy it and play it until either it or you crashes! It's quite fun up until then.

psoplayer wrote:
soonerjudd wrote:

Antichamber is on sale for $10 (50% off) for Steam's midweek madness! (This reminds me, I need to go back and finish it. What I played was really excellent)

This game is excellent. Go get it!

Seconded! So good.

Possibly the most fun you can have for $7.50.

PWAlessi wrote:

Possibly the most fun you can have for $7.50.

Not if you visit Thailand, my friend.

Gamersgate has Two Worlds II - Game of the Year Edition for $7.49/£5.74.

EDIT: Can't see if it's Steam or what have you, annoyingly.

EDIT2: No, it's not, it's the Gamersgate Downloader thing.. but they do still provide a key.. wonder if that activates on Steam.. although doubtful.

Evo wrote:
PWAlessi wrote:

Possibly the most fun you can have for $7.50.

Not if you visit Thailand, my friend.

Touché

Skyrim DLC half off in Gamestop.

http://www.gamestop.com/pc/dlc/the-e...

Balthezor wrote:

Skyrim DLC half off in Gamestop.
http://www.gamestop.com/pc/dlc/the-e...

Wow, that's really tempting... But I'm not enjoying the Dawnguard DLC all that much... Enable me?

Eleima wrote:
Balthezor wrote:

Skyrim DLC half off in Gamestop.
http://www.gamestop.com/pc/dlc/the-e...

Wow, that's really tempting... But I'm not enjoying the Dawnguard DLC all that much... Enable me? :)

I am in the same boat... Bought Dawnguard and didn't finish. Too many back and forth fetch quests. I have to say, this is probably the cheapest this DLC will be for quite awhile.

I enjoyed both of Skyrim's DLC expansions, but I found the second one, Drangonborn, significantly better than Dawngaurd.

Dragonborn take place on an entirely new map, the island of Solstheim. It's Dark Elf territory so the environmental geometry is far more fantastical vs. Skyrim's Nord themes. It's a bit like stepping back into Morrowind.

Oh, and you get to ride dragons. If you're into that kind of thing.

I think it depends what you want out of the expansion. In terms of main quest, I felt there was more to do with Dawnguard, and more new interesting areas. The new map in Dragonborn just wasn't really used much/very well.

Persona 4 Golden is on sale from Amazon for $30 with free shipping.

Balthezor wrote:
Eleima wrote:
Balthezor wrote:

Skyrim DLC half off in Gamestop.
http://www.gamestop.com/pc/dlc/the-e...

Wow, that's really tempting... But I'm not enjoying the Dawnguard DLC all that much... Enable me? :)

I am in the same boat... Bought Dawnguard and didn't finish. Too many back and forth fetch quests. I have to say, this is probably the cheapest this DLC will be for quite awhile.

Room in the boat for one more? Except I bought both DLC and haven't finished either of them. I really should get back to playing one of these days... but you know... the pile...

Balthezor wrote:

Skyrim DLC half off in Gamestop.

http://www.gamestop.com/pc/dlc/the-e...

This was my first digital PC purchase from GameStop. I can't believe they make you install their software just to get your codes for a Steamworks game. Ick.

Jasonofindy wrote:
Balthezor wrote:

Skyrim DLC half off in Gamestop.

http://www.gamestop.com/pc/dlc/the-e...

This was my first digital PC purchase from GameStop. I can't believe they make you install their software just to get your codes for a Steamworks game. Ick.

They WHAT? Eeeewwww.

Jasonofindy wrote:
Balthezor wrote:

Skyrim DLC half off in Gamestop.
http://www.gamestop.com/pc/dlc/the-e...

This was my first digital PC purchase from GameStop. I can't believe they make you install their software just to get your codes for a Steamworks game. Ick.

Aaaaaaand I'm out! Thank you very much, but I think I'll tend to the pile!

Evo wrote:
PWAlessi wrote:

Possibly the most fun you can have for $7.50.

Not if you visit Thailand, my friend.

That's until it falls off - Saints Row 3 actually nourishes the mind, body, and soul!

I have seen the glory of Professor Genki!

Victoria Collection on sale on Steam for $9.99. Everything except the just-released DLC in there.

This bundle looks pretty awesome if you like Roguelikes:

http://indiebundle.org/the-hellish-d...

5 games for 7 bucks. I've really been wanting to try 99 Levels to Hell.

Woah, is that like a Woot for indie games?

If so, I am so f*cked...

Linky no worky

trueheart78 wrote:

Linky no worky :(

Yeah man, I'm disappointed.

Also, I might have to break out my joystick for this one. I tried to get into the original IL2, but it's rather difficult and old.... this one looks nice though

Weird. Fixed it.

Fixed link: Cliffs of Dover on Uplay

I wished well for this one, but the game received very poor reviews for its instability and bugginess. The Steam community forums are (still!) replete with users who simply can't even launch the game. I'm not sure if that's the fault of the game itself or the horrible, festering abomination that is the Uplay launcher.