GamersGate have started their holiday sale proper it seems. Lots of deals plus the overarching "Buy 4, pay for 3" deal. I'm sure someone else can cover this better.
Awesome just got PoP 2008 using only blue coins.
Humble THQ Bundle is live:
"Starting at just one dollar, pay what you want and get Steam keys for Company of Heroes (and its two full-game expansions, Opposing Fronts and Tales of Valor), Darksiders, Metro 2033, and Red Faction: Armageddon! If you choose to pay more than the average price, you will also get the phenomenal Saints Row: The Third! And several of the games come with glorious soundtracks!"
That's really good. Shame I already own all of them, but still.
Looking at this bundle almost makes me wish for more publishers getting into financial trouble.
There's a BIT of a honey-trap aspect to it - they're clearly hoping people will but into the shedload of DLC there is for SR3 - and CoH2 - the next Metro 2033 title - and Darksiders2 with it's army of DLCs - and RFA's Path to War DLC and...
Still an amazing deal tho - but Humble Bundles sell stupid quantities at the best of times. The Android Bundles have sold staggering amounts despite largely containing games which are moody about which devices they work on and not always ideal mobile titles anyway (maybe people are really buying those for the PC versions eh?) :)
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And the honey is some of the best in its field... I've forgotten where I was taking this metaphor.
I am disgusted by the two of you. Seriously. Won't somebody please think of the children?!
Children can't have honey, they'll get it on the new couch.
Last edited by Heliocentric; 30-11-2012 at 04:38 PM.
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Especially considering the time of year, it might be simpler to have a thread for those games that aren't on sale.
Buying games you aren't going to play is a waste of money (no matter how cheap they are). Forcing yourself to play games you wish you hadn't bought is a waste of time. Both are best avoided.