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Posts tagged “Deal”

Buy Disco Elysium on GOG and get UnderRail for free

You don't need your deals herald to tell you that wordy isometric RPG Disco Elysium is finally a thing you can buy, did you know that to celebrate the release of ZA/UM's intriguing debut, GOG are giving away a free copy of Stygian Software's equally word isometric RPG UnderRail with every purchase? I thought not. Hurry, though, as this deal won't last for long. Read…

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Wolfenstein 2 now just £20/$25, and you can try it free

Rejoice FPS fans, for Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus is now down to just £20 / $25 to celebrate the day of sales, deals and discounts that is Black Friday. Whether your preferred digital merchant is Amazon US, Steam, Green Man Gaming, Games Planet or Fanatical (other digital game retailers are available), now is definitely the time to buy if you haven't got the game already.  Also mourn, FPS fans, since…

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Jelly Deals are giving away some copies of Destiny 2

To coincide with the approaching launch of Destiny 2 on PC, our sister-site, Jelly Deals is running a competition to win one of four copies of the game. The copies are provided by Humble Store. The giveaway is live right now, so if you'd like to enter, feel free to head over to Jelly Deals and do so using their competition widget. There are multiple…

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Wake Up: It’s GOG’s Spring Insomnia Sale

Spring is in the air. And on the ground. And oh god, it's in the vents. Harrowing, certainly, but worth getting excited over because videogame sales are rampant and also I guess new life is entering the world's bloodstream. Humble was first to let players feast on the fruits of its deal-cutting prowess, and now GOG's following suit with something... rather different. The Spring Insomnia…

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Eary Indie An’ Ya: Game Music Bundle 2 Live

For those of you that skip to the last paragraph of The Sunday Papers for a music recommendation, this whole post is nothing but a route into the aural delights of game music. The music this time isn't Jim's brand of 2001's Monolith's sneezes, nor is it my mashup nonsense. Nope, it's the Indie Game Music Bundle 2's collection of soundtracks gathered together in another…

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