RPG Week: Blackguards and Might & Magic X Legacy release day deals

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Up for trying out a new RPG this week? Well both Daedalic and Limbic Entertainment sure hope you are. The two fantasy RPGs Blackguards and Might & Magic Legacy released this week on PC. Both are also listed in the PC digital department at GameFly, where a January themed 25% off coupon code takes a good chunk off the list price. Discount wise, that’s usually as good as it gets on a release week.

It’s even better with Blackguards, since GameFly also has the game instantly marked down 10% and the coupon code can be used to further reduce the price. That works out to a 33% off discount.

While there’s other retailer deals listed below, GameFly seems to have the best offers going right now with that 25% off coupon. Since Tuesday they’ve been running a sale on 5 Squre Enix games including December released Final Fantasy VIII remake. All of these Square Enix titles are priced under $10, and in the case of FF8 the price has dropped to $6 – a new low by $2.

Hot deals & recent releases

Today’s release: Might & Magic X Legacy Digital Deluxe Edition (PC Download) — $22.49 at GameFly after coupon. List is $30. Activates on Uplay.

Yesterday’s release: Blackguards (PC Download) — $26.99 at GameFly after coupon. List is $40. Game activates on Steam. Coupon code GFDJAN25 entered in at checkout (or use GFDJAN25UK in the UK).

Tuesday’s release: Hitman: Contracts (PC Download) — $5.24 at GameFly after coupon. List is $7. This remake of the original 2004 release finally made its way to Steam this week.

Gamefly Sale: Square Enix — up to 75% Off instantly at GameFly. On top of that you can use coupon code GFDJAN25 for an extra 25% off the reduced price tag.

Upcoming Releases

Jan. 24: Guise of the Wolf (PC Download) — $9 at Green Man Gaming after coupon. List is $15.

Feb. 5: Rekoil (PC Download) — $7.87 at Green Man Gaming after coupon. Next best is $15 at GameFly.

Feb. 7: Bravely Default (Nintendo 3DS) — $36.99 at NewEgg after coupon. List is $40.

Feb. 20: Men of War: Assault Squad 2 (PC Download) — $21 at Green Man Gaming after coupon. List is $40.

Feb. 25: Thief (PC Download) — $31.50 at Green Man Gaming after coupon. List is $50. Preorders also include a free Bank Heist DLC.

Feb. 28: Professor Layton and the Azran Legacy (Nintendo 3DS) — $29.96 at Walmart. List is $40.

PC download deals

Battlefield 4 Premium — $37.50 at Green Man Gaming after coupon. List is $50. Ties the all time low last seen in the days leading up to Black Friday.

F1 2013 — $16.99 at GamersGate. List is $50. This weekend’s $17 price at GamersGate is the lowest ever by $4, surprisingly beating out all the 2013 Winter sale discounts.

War of the Vikings (PC Download Early Access) — $14.99 at GameFly after coupon. Next best is $20 at Green Man Gaming. This is still in “Early Access stages”, the official release is due to come out still in Q1 2014.

Mass Effect Trilogy — $13.58 at GamersGate. Next best is $40 at Green Man Gaming. Previous low was $10 during the 2013 Winter sales, but this is the second lowest ever.

Grid 2 — $7.50 at GamersGate. List is $30. This makes a new low on Grid 2, even beating out the previous best $10 Cyber Monday price tag.

Steel Storm: Burning Retribution – Complete Edition — $4.33 at Green Man Gaming after coupon. List is $17.


Lenovo IdeaPad Y410p 59399853 Core i7-4700MQ, HD+900p, GeForce GT 755M 2GB, 24GB mSSD — $799 at Lenovo after coupon. List is $1,299.

Crucial M500 SSD 2.5″ 480GB CT480M500SSD1 — $259 at B&H Photo. Next best is $290 at NewEgg.

Xbox 360 Gold Chrome Special Edition Wireless Controller — $34.99 at Best Buy. List is $55.

Xbox 360 Wired Controller — $28.99 at NewEgg. Next best is $35 at Amazon.

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