Shack PSA: Weekend PC Digital Deals and Discounts

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While industry shenanigans can sometimes leave us PC gamers feeling mistreated or ignored, when Friday rolls around and digital distributors break out the big sales, those warm and fuzzy feelings fill us again. Look at me, ma! I'm buying video games!

This weekend, Direct2Drive has coupon codes offering a whopping 20% off everything to customers in the US and UK, including pre-orders. Which is very nice.

Noteworthy sales on individual games include 40% off Civilization V, bringing it down to $29.99, Civilization IV and all its expansions for only $7.50, Just Cause 2 for $7.49 and Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light for $7.50. There's more, of course.

We've also arranged a quiz with GamersGate that can give you up to 20% off pre-ordering Assassin's Creed Brotherhood, simply for answering trivia questions.

Here's our full selection of this weekend's deals:

Steam

Daily Square Enix sales: Direct2Drive

If you're in the USA or UK, you can get 20% off anything and everything with voucher codes. Americans should apply the voucher hailtothechief at the checkout, while Brits need to use VATFREE. This can be applied on top of regular discounts, like these:

GamersGate

You can score up to 20% off an Assassin's Creed Brotherhood PC pre-order through a special quiz we've set up with GamersGate. Answer ten trivia questions, receiving 2% off the ticket price for you get correct.

There's also up to 60% off a wonderfully and terrifying large range of simulators, simulating everything from driving and ships to bungee jumping and demolition.

Get Games Impulse Beamdog Green Man Gaming Good Old Games EA

40% off a heap of The Sims 2 titles, including The Sims 2 Double Deluxe for $11.97.

From The Chatty
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    February 18, 2011 6:35 PM

    Are the Hitman games worth it? I've heard the Blood Money is fun, but what about the rest?

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      February 18, 2011 6:40 PM

      Blood Money was probably the most fun out of all of them, but all of them were awesome.

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      February 18, 2011 8:41 PM

      Steam has Blood Money for $2.49. That's the no-brainiest no brainer I've seen in a long time.

      • rms legacy 10 years mercury mega
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        February 19, 2011 7:34 AM

        We're talkin the full zombie here, pretty much.

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