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If you’re ready for a FPS crime spree, you’ll be happy to hear that earlier this week Payday 2 had its August 13th release day announced – in other words, you can get it as soon as next Tuesday. Preorder the PC version now and you’ll receive the Armored Transport Heist DLC pack, which gives the team an opportunity to rob a bank-on-wheels. This game also qualifies for Green Man Gaming’s 20% off coupon code that reduces the price from $29.99 to $24. Robbing banks with friends, why not?
It’s not always easy to convince a group of friends to get into a multiplayer co-op game, but what if you could pick up a 4-pack for less than the usual price of one game? It’s doable thanks to this week’s “Multiplayer Madness” sale at Green Man Gaming. The games are instantly up to 75% off, and there’s a 20% off coupon code to reduce the prices further.
Like a slow-moving radiation leak, Tales of Xillia finally made its way from Japan to North American shores this past Tuesday. If you enjoy a good old JRPG (originally released in 2011), you’ll be happy to note the North American version has a decent Metacritic rating of 79/100 and an even higher 8.7/10 user score.
Tuesday’s PS3 release is going for $59.99, but bargain hunters take note: you can stack two coupon codes if you shop online with GameStop. At checkout, apply SDEALS10 and SAVER coupon codes for $10 off Tales of Xilla, reducing the price to $49.99 with free shipping.
Payday 2 (PC Download) — $24 at Green Man Gaming after coupon. List is $30. Start out as a small time thief, and move up to the big time bank robberies. There’s even an RPG-like levelling system and different classes.
Tales of Xillia (PS3) — $49.99 at GameStop after coupon. List is $60. At $50, this is a solid price for a PS3 exclusive. Tales of Xillia 2 should hit the US shores sometime next year in 2014. Use coupon SDEALS10 and SAVER.
Multiplayer Madness: 4-Pack PC Downloads — up to 80% off at Green Man Gaming after coupon. If you’ve got a group of friends, you can all save some serious coin. For example, a 4-pack of Chivalry Medieval Warfare is $20 after coupon. Divide that between 4 friends and get the game for less than a Big Mac.
Sid Meier’s Civilization V (PC Download) — $4.79 at GameFly after coupon. Next best is $20 at Amazon. Hard to go wrong with Civ V under $V. Though it originally came out in 2010, there’s still a huge fan base and the latest expansion pack launched only last month.
Released Sunday: Pikmin 3 (Wii U) — $49.99 at GameStop after coupon. List is $60. GameStop’s current $10 off coupon makes buying latest titles a lot more bearable. No need to wait 6 months for a 15% price drop when you can get one now.
Released Tuesday: Beatbuddy: Tale of the Guardians (PC Download) — $10.80 at Green Man Gaming after coupon. List is $15. Hand painted levels from German indie developer THREAKS.
Released Tuesday: Dragon’s Crown (PS Vita) — $34.99 at GameStop after coupon. List is $40. Also available on the PS3 for $10 more at $44.99. Fans of Vanillaware games will note the awesome 2D hand-drawn graphic style in this action RPG.
Released Tuesday: The Sims 3 Dragon Valley (PC Download) — $15.99 at GameFly after coupon. List is $20.
Aug. 13: Duck Tales: Remastered (PC Download) — $12 at Green Man Gaming after coupon. List is $15. Relive your classic NES gaming days with Duck Tales Remastered on the PC. Steam activated.
Aug. 20: The Bureau: XCOM Declassified + Preorder Bonuses (PC Download) — $44.99 at Green Man Gaming. List is $50. Preorder and get: Codebreaker DLC + $12 Credit or $8 Cash + Spec Ops: The Line, and potential for even more XCOM games. Details in links.
Sep. 10: The Sims 3 Movie Stuff (PC Download) — $15.99 at GameFly after coupon. List is $20. Yup. Another Sims 3 add-on “stuff” pack. Why not?
Oct. 22: The Sims 3 Into the Future Limited Edition (PC Download) — $31.99 at GameFly after coupon. List is $40. The 11th expansion to The Sims 3. Features a new world call “Arcadia Landing” plus new life state and careers (all future robot themed).
TBA 2014: Titanfall + $12 Credit or $8 Cash Back (PC Download) — $59.99 at Green Man Gaming. List is $60. Basically won every award there is during E3. No coupons available anywhere due to publisher restrictions – but the credits or choice of cash backs are still great.
TBA 2014: Wolfenstein: The New Order (Xbox 360, PS3) — $52.99 at NewEgg after coupon. List is $60. The latest and 9th installment to the Wolfenstein series, and the first not from the Id Software label. You might want to hold off on buying it on the 7th gen console considering it’ll be on the 8th gen machines (Xbox One, PS4) during that time frame.
PC download deals
Focus Home Interactive Titles — up to 68% off. Prices are after coupon GFDAUG20 and GFDAUG20UK if you’re in the UK. Gamefly’s midweek sale brings about titles you probably don’t hear on a usual basis. Trust us, Farming Simulator 2013 is miles harder than Farmville.
Mortal Kombat Komplete Edition — $13.49 at Amazon. Next best is $30 at Green Man Gaming.
Nintendo Wii U Console 32GB Deluxe Set — $349.99 at Best Buy. Includes Nintendo Land and a $50 Best Buy gift card.
3-Month and 12-Month PlayStation Plus Subscription Cards — $12.99 and $39.99 at Best Buy.
Asus GeForce GTX 660 2GB GDDR5 PCIe Video Card — $198.69 at NewEgg after rebate. Includes bonus Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell Blacklist game. Next best is $243 at Amazon.
Lenovo IdeaPad Y510p Haswell 1080p Laptop — $819 at Lenovo after coupon. Comes fully equipped with a Core i7-4700MQ processor, GeForce GT 750M, 24GB mSSD, and 8GB RAM. List is $1,369.
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