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11/11/11 marked the release date of Skyrim, the last Elder Scrolls game. Appropriately enough, tomorrow (04/04/14) marks the official release of The Elder Scrolls Online. Now’s the last chance to preorder either the Standard or Imperial Edition and take advantage of the slew of preorder bonuses, including the ability to play any race in any alliance.
Oh… but you don’t have to wait until tomorrow to play, and you don’t need to pay the full list price, either. GMG has a 20% off coupon code slashing the Imperial Edition from $80 to $64 and the Standard from $60 to $48. You’ll also get a “Head Start” key sent to you right away, granting you “Early Access” – though you’ll still have to download and install the ~29GB file first.
As it happens, GMG also has the lowest price ever on Skyrim Legendary Edition. The price was recently reduced from $59.99 to $39.99, and GMG has a 40% price break on that to $23.99. Yet that same 20% off coupon code for TESO also works on Skyrim, further slashing the price to $19.20. The Legendary Edition includes the base game and all DLC add-ons. For perspective, Dragonborn – just one of the DLC add-ons – currently costs $20 on Steam.
The Elder Scrolls Online: Digital Imperial Edition (PC Download) — $64 at GMG after coupon. List is $80. The Standard Edition is $48 (normally $60) after the same coupon discount.
Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Legendary Edition (PC Download) — $19.20 at GMG after coupon. List is $40. For those that prefers to keep their Elder Scrolls Experience single player, the Legendary Edition comes with all DLCs made for Skyrim.
Tuesday’s release: Batman Arkham Origins Blackgate – Deluxe Edition (PC Download) — $16 at GMG after coupon. List is $20.
PC download deals
Apr. 15 release: Moebius: Empire Rising (PC Download) — $19.20 at GMG after coupon. List is $30.
Assassin’s Creed IV Black Flag Gold Edition (PC Download) — $47.99 at GamersGate. List is $80.
Deus Ex Collection (PC Download) — $10.87 at GameFly after coupon. Next best is $45 at GamersGate.
Mass Effect Trilogy (PC Download) — $10.56 at GameFly after coupon. Next best is $40 at GMG.
Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn (PC DVD) — $9.99 at NewEgg. Next best is $22 at Amazon.
Dragon Age 2 + Dragon Age Origins Ultimate Bundle (PC Download) — $9.99 at GameFly after coupon. Next best is $50 at Amazon.
Assassin’s Creed 3 (PC Download) — $4.99 at GamersGate. Next best is $20 at Amazon. Good title to add if you want to collect the series piecemeal.
Crysis 3 (PC Download) — $4.99 at GameStop. List is $20.
Console Gaming Deals
May 27: Watch Dogs (Xbox One) — $49.99 at GameFly. List is $60.
The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker HD (Wii U) — $41.40 at Walmart. Next best is $45 at Best Buy.
Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII-3 (Xbox 360, PS3) — $39.99 at GameStop. List is $60.
Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze (Wii U) — $39.99 at Amazon. List is $50.
Bravely Default (Nintendo 3DS) — $33.99 at Best Buy. List is $40.
Xbox One Console + Forza Motorsport 5 — $449.99 plus $16.35 shipping at Target. List is $500.
PlayStation 4 (Pre-owned) — $325.99 at CowBoom after coupon. List is $400.
Lenovo IdeaPad Y510p 59405668 Core i7-4700MQ (4th Gen), Full HD 1080p, GeForce GT 755M 2GB, 24GB SSD, Intel 7260 WiFi — $879 at Lenovo after coupon. List is $1,399.
Lenovo IdeaPad Y410p 59399853 Core i7-4700MQ, HD+900p, GeForce GT 755M 2GB, 24GB mSSD — $799 at Lenovo after coupon. List is $1,299.
Sapphire TRI-X OC Radeon R9 290 4GB GDDR5 Video Card — $479.99 at NewEgg after coupon. Next best is $580 at Amazon.
Sapphire Radeon R9 280X Dual-X OC 3GB GDDR5 Video Card — $319.99 at NewEgg after coupon. List is $360.
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