Sales

Grab The Latest Guilty Gear Game For $8 With PlayStation’s ‘Attack of the Blockbuster’ Sale

‘Attack of the Blockbuster’ isn’t the return of the now defunct 90s / 00s video rental chain but the name of the latest large sale on the PlayStation Network. Featuring games from publishers like Electronic Arts, Arc System Works, 2K Games, Activision, Square Enix, Nippon Ichi Software and Square Enix – it is clear that Sony is going for AAA deals this week. Some of the standout titles (at least to my tastes) include a deeply discounted...

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Deals With Gold For North America The Week of June 28th 2016

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Major Nelson has updated the list of weekly deals available to Canadian and American gamers before everyone goes on holiday this weekend to celebrate Independence Day & Canada Day. If you’re going to be home for the holidays perhaps some of these deals will keep you entertained. The games featured in this week’s deals include NBA 2k16, DLC for NBA 2k16, a discount on the recently released 8th gen port of Resident Evil 6 and a large cut on...

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PC gaming passes mobile gaming as most profitable sector of gaming industry

Superdata a market research firm, are reporting this week that the digital games market in 2015 was worth $61 billion across all platforms. This is over 8% more than last years numbers. Despite the largest jump (34%) being in digital sales on consoles, League of Legends leads the pack for most money made by a game in 2015. League reigns supreme but just after League is mobile titan Clash of Clans. Which pulled in a very impressive $1.3 billion...

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Transistor crosses 1 Million sales

Tiny developer Super Giant Games  is no stranger to sucess. Their previous isometric styled RPG story game, Bastion was also a huge success, so it should come as very little surprise that their second time Transistor is also a success. According to the developer the game has sold more than one million copies as of December of this year. This is no doubt helped along by the fact that the game is now multiplatform, having jumped the gap and...

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All Chucklefish Games are on sale!

Chucklefish, the creators of the hit game Starbound have a sale on the following games through the holidays. Starbound – Save 33% – Steam Wanderlust Adventures – Save 34% – Steam Risk of Rain – Save 50% – Steam Interstellaria – Save 50% – Steam Halfway – Save 70% – Steam + Humble Wanderlust Rebirth – Save 88% – Steam Click here for the official post and links!

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Sony’s Sales Strong Throughout Black Friday

After much counting and calculating, Sony revealed its Black Friday weekend sales figures, where the PlayStation 3 and Vita bundles made a solid consumer impact. Thanks in part to the PlayStation 3 Ultimate Value Bundles, 525,000 PS3s were sold throughout which was an increase in bundled sales by 15% over last year.. Meanwhile, PS3 systems, games and accessories sales improved as well by 9%.The PlayStation Vita bundles (ACIII: Liberation, COD:BO:Declassified, Lego Batman 2) gave the ailing system...

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Indie Gala Seven Begins

Indie Gala has just launched its seventh “pay what you want” game bundle. If you purchase a copy of this bundle, you can choose how to split up your money between the developers, two charities, and Indie Gala. The charities you may donate to in this bundle are the Italian Red Cross (to help in efforts in the Emilia Romagna region of Italy that suffered from a series of earthquakes in May) and AbleGamers, which works to...

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Steam Summer Sale Deals for July 19th

Well, yesterday’s plot didn’t work out so well, and the Steam Sale marches on. I’ve been thinking about ways to stop this ravager of wallets. Perhaps I’ll start a Kickstarter project to bring an end to these deals. The basic concept is that I will build some sort of giant magnet as well as a “mancannon.” We’ll suck out Valve employees with the magnet and shoot them into the Puget Sound with the mancannon, forcing Gabe Newell...

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Steam Summer Sale Deals For July 18th

The Steam Summer Sale continues despite my best attempts at monkeywrenching. In fact, I used all the knowledge at my disposal. For instance, while cutting my cable company’s fiber optic lines, I made certain to cut a section of wire out and take it with me. That makes things harder for the technicians to fix. I also used a taser on my modem and router for good measure. Then I discovered that this DIDN’T affect Steam in...

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Steam Summer Sale Deals For July 17th

I had hoped that, by not talking about the Steam Summer Sale for a few days, it’d go away. Alas, Rae wrote about it and the curse continues. Will my wallet ever be safe from Valve’s villainous deals? Will any of us ever truly be safe? You may read today’s deals after the jump.

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Steam Summer Sale Deals for July 14th

As I feared, the Steam summer sale has continued, and it shows no signs of abating before the 22nd. I tried to fight it, but I eventually gave into the temptation and bought some games. My friend better enjoy Space Marine, because that’s one submarine sandwich that I’ll never be able to eat. You can see today’s daily deals below.

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Steam Summer Sale Deals for July 13th

Shortly after 10 AM Pacific Daylight Time, the Steam Summer Sale of 2012 began its second day. The carnage is unspeakable, as Valve continues to ravage the wallets of countless PC gamers. I was even suckered into partaking in one of these so-called deals. For the sake of my discretionary spending, I can only pray that the sale doesn’t start back up again at around 10 AM PDT tomorrow. That being said, we’ve posted today’s daily deals...

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Steam Summer Sale Begins

It was bound to happen sooner or later. The Steam Summer Sale has officially started. Are you ready to throw money at GabeN? There are a few changes from the last couple of sales. First off, there are no achievement hunts or contests. These have been replaced by “Flash Sales” and “Community Choice” deals. Flash sales last for less than a day (for instance Deus Ex Human Revolution is on sale for $7.50 for the next four...

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Act Fast if you’d like a cheap copy of Legend of Grimrock

If you are interested in picking up a cheap copy of the newfangled dungeon crawler Legend of Grimrock, then you should head on over to Good Old Games. You can pick it up on sale for $7.49 USD until July 11 at 5:59 AM EDT. That’s a pretty good deal for a critically acclaimed game that just came out in April. Unfortunately, you’ll have to act with extreme alacrity if you want to get in on this....

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Second Free DLC Released for Wargame: European Escalation

Eugen Systems released additional free downloadable content for Wargame: European Escalation today. The “Conquest” DLC adds a new mode (which also goes by the moniker “conquest”). This mode, playable against the AI or other people, is based around seizing and maintaining control of victory sectors on the map rather than annihilating the enemy’s forces. It also comes with 7 new maps (bringing the total number of maps to around 27). To commemorate the new DLC, Wargame is...

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