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As the new crop of games rolls in for 2015, various retailers offer compelling discounts on PC titles. For instance, next week Tuesday’s releasing Cities: Skylines is a whopping 27% off this week in GMG’s “VIP Gaming” sale. Just login or create an account on this page to see the game drop from $29.99 to $21.89. The same discount applies to the Deluxe Edition, with a similar percentage drop from $39.99 to $29.19.

A ton of other March 2015 releases are also on sale. This Friday’s Zombie Army Trilogy drops from $44.99 to $33.74 in the same VIP Gaming sale, accompanied by a 27% discount on Sid Meier’s Starships. As far as March console game releases go, Dell is offering a $25 gift card bonus on both Mario Party 10 and Bloodborne if you pre-order through them.

The trend doesn’t fully materialize unless you’re looking at the big picture, because several recent releases are also on sale. The France-based digitally authorized retailer DL Gamer has a huge $20 off sale on Dying Light, cutting the price to $39.99 in the US. Also in GMG’s VIP Gaming sale is the February 12th-released Offworld Trading Company discounted from $39.99 to $29.99.

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Upcoming releases

March 6: Zombie Army Trilogy (Steam) — $33.74. MSRP is $45.
 
 

March 9: Shelter 2 (Steam) — $10.80 after coupon. MSRP is $15.
 
 

March 10: Cities: Skylines (Steam) — $21.89. MSRP is $30. The Deluxe Edition is on sale for $29.19 (MSRP $40).
 
 

March 12: Sid Meier’s Starships (Steam) — $11.39. MSRP is $15.
 
 

March 20: Mario Party 10 + $25 eGift Card (Wii U) — $49.99. MSRP is $50.
 
 
 

March 23: Pillars of Eternity Hero Edition (Steam) — $33.74. MSRP is $45. The Royal Edition is only $67.49 in the same sale (MSRP $90).
 
 
 

March 24: Bloodborne + $25 eGift Card (PS4) — $59.99. MSRP is $60.
 
 

March 26: Magicka 2 (Steam) — $11.24. MSRP is $15. The Deluxe Edition is only $18.74 in the same sale (MSRP $25).
 
 
 
 

Recent releases

Released last Friday: Dragon Ball Xenoverse (Steam) — $43.99. MSRP is $50.
 
 

Released February 26: Europa Universalis IV: El Dorado (Steam) — $10.94. MSRP is $15.
 
 

Released February 25: Resident Evil Revelations 2: Complete Season (Steam) — $19.50 after coupon. MSRP is $25. The more expensive $39.99 edition of the game is also discounted to $29.19 in the same sale.
 
 

Released February 19: Medieval Engineers (Steam) — $14.99. MSRP is $20.
 
 

Released February 17: Total War: Attila (Steam) — $32.84. MSRP is $45.
 
 

Released February 12: Offworld Trading Company (Steam) — $29.99. MSRP is $40.
 
 

Released February 10: Evolve (Steam) — $43.79. MSRP is $60.
 
 
 

Released January 27: Dying Light (Steam) — $39.99. MSRP is $60.
 
 
 

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