PC weekend download deals for February 18-20 and beyond: 'Civ IV,' 'Just Cause 2,' 'Trine'

Square Enix drop prices on Steam and Direct2Drive with discounts or bundle deals on games in the
Just Cause,
Deus Ex,
Hitman and
Tomb Raider series, but it's Get Games that turns up the best prices for
Deus Ex,
Trine,
Just Cause 2 and the
Commandos collection.

Impulse offers Tropico 3 and Democracy 2, while GamersGate goes wild with a simulator special - Digger Simulator, Euro Truck Simulator, Ship Simulator, even a Bungee Jumping Simulator among them.

There's also 20% off across the board for visitors to the Direct2Drive.com site by means of Presidents' Day discount code "hailtothechief."

Visit each store's website for more deals and information.

Steam ( steampowered.com - general gaming and own label)
Square Enix Complete Pack (inc Batman:AA, Just Cause 1& 2, Hitman Trilogy, Deus Ex, Thief, Tomb Raider games), €75
Civilization V, €29 / $29
Civilization IV Complete Edition, €6.25 / $7.50
AI War: Fleet Command, €6.99 / $9.99
Commander: Conquest of the Americas, €8.10 / $9
CrimeCraft: Bleedout, €6.29 / $6.99
Supreme Commander 2, €4.99 / $3.74

Direct2Drive ( direct2drive.com, .eu, .co.uk - general)
20% off with "hailtothechief" code on .com site until Feb 22
Deus Ex, $4.95 / £4.95
Thief, $9.95 / £3.75
Batman: Arkham Asylum, $14.95 / £9.95
Just Cause 2, $14.95 / £9.95
Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light, $7.50 / £4.95
Hitman Trilogy, $14.95

Good Old Games ( gog.com - classics)
Disciples: Sacred Lands - Gold, $4.99
Jagged Alliance, $4.99
Jagged Alliance 2, $4.99
Port Royale 2, $4.99
New: Dark Reign 2, $6.99

Impulse ( impulsedriven.com - strategy specialists)
Tropico 3, €7.49 / $7.49
Command & Conquer 4, $9.99
Democracy 2, €8.43 / $11.49

GamersGate ( gamersgate.com - general and own label)
Age of Wonders II, €4.48 / $4.98
Age of Wonders: Shadow Magic, €4.50 / $4.98
Age of Wonders Trilogy, €10.77 / $11.97
Trine, €9.98
Simulator special: Airport, Blaster, Bungee Jumping, Crane, Digger, Driving, Euro Truck, Forklift Truck, Heavyweight Transport, Tank, Mining and Tunneling, Rail Cargo, Road Works, Skyscraper, Snowcat, Tow Truck, Towing, Woodcutter Simulator, €7.98 / $7.98 each
Ship Simulator 2006
, €3.98 / $3.98
Ship Simulator 2008
, €8 / $8
Ship Simulator 2008 Collectors Edition
, €11,98 / $11.98Age of Wonders, €2,50 / $3

Games for Windows ( gamesforwindows.com - general)
Commandos collection (four titles), $14.99 / €14.99 / £14.99
King Arthur: The Role-playing Wargame, $19.99 / €19.99 / £14.99

Get Games ( getgamesgo.com - general)
Deus Ex, €2.49 / £1.49 / $2.49
Just Cause 2, €7.49 / £4.99 / $7.49
Trine, €7.49 / £4.99 / $7.49
Hitman 2, €2.49 / £1.49 / 2.49
Commandos complete (five titles), €14.99 / £14.99 / $19.95

International pricing with help from deals4downloads.com and steamgamesales.com

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