Fifty percent off all EA titles, 'Sims Medieval,' 'Bulletstorm' - weekend PC game sales
Friday 22 April 2011
Electronic Arts continues to draw attention to its PC download store with 50% off all titles including
Dead Space 2,
Sims Medieval and
Shift 2 Unleashed until April 25.
If you're after something other than an EA game, check Direct2Drive as they take 25% off any dollar or pound purchase over $20 or £15 - don't forget to apply the checkout code.
Elsewhere, Crysis forerunner FarCry is part of Good Old Games' promotion, Steam has the well-rated horror game Metro 2033 for a tenner, GamersGate's sales include the fantastic Braid and Torchlight, and Impulse has Gratuitous Space Battles in the bargain bucket.
EA Store (
50% off all titles until April 25
Metro 2033, €9.99 / $9.99 / £9.99
Check for daily deals throughout April
25% off $19.95 or more with 'BUNNY' code
25% off £14.95 or more with 'RABBIT' code
Check for daily deals
Braid, $4.98 / €4.48
Puzzle Agent, $3.98 / €3.18
Puzzle Bots, $2.48 / €2.25
Sam & Max games, $10.18 / €6.78 - €13,18
Tales of Monkey Island Complete, $11.88 / €11.20
Torchlight, $5.08 / €4.40
Games for Windows (
Resident Evil 5, $15 / €15 / £10
Good Old Games (
Far Cry, Settlers 2 Gold, IL-2 Sturmovik: 1946, $6.99 each or $29 bundled with 3 other games
Company of Heroes Gold, €4.99
Company of Heroes: Tales of Valor, €4.99
Gratuitous Space Battles, $4.99 / €3.43
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