Weekend PC download deals: XCOM for $18

When the New World Order seizes power in 2013, all your old money will be useless, replaced with Citidollars. Pre-empt the blighters by blowing everything on downloadable PC games this weekends, with deals including XCOM: Enemy Unknown for $18, Just Cause 2 for $4, Hotline Miami for $5, both BioShocks for $5, Batman: Arkham City GotY for $9, Arma 2: Combined Ops for $13, Dark Souls for $18, and Borderlands 2 for $30.

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When the New World Order seizes power in 2013, all your old money will be useless, replaced with Citidollars. Pre-empt the blighters by blowing everything on downloadable PC games this weekends, with deals including XCOM: Enemy Unknown for $18, Just Cause 2 for $4, Hotline Miami for $5, both BioShocks for $5, Batman: Arkham City GotY for $9, Arma 2: Combined Ops for $13, Dark Souls for $18, and Borderlands 2 for $30. Here's our selection of this weekend's PC deals:

GameFly

GameFly's end of the year sale includes:

Painkiller Hell & Damnation

Amazon

Amazon's festive sale includes:

Dark Souls

Blizzard

World of Warcraft: Mists of Pandaria

GamersGate

GamersGate's huge festive sale includes:

Orcs Must Die! 2

Get Games

Borderlands 2 - Captain Scarlett DLC

GOG

GOG's huge holiday sale has discounts on a bajillion games, and bigger savings in daily deals. Friday:

Heroes of Might and Magic V

Green Man Gaming

Get 30% off almost every game with the voucher code GMG30-DPLIM-DN831. This makes many video games cheap, including these, some of which come from the end-of-year sale: Friday: Weekend:

Saints Row: The Third

Humble Bundle

Pay what you want for The Binding of Isaac plus its expansion, Closure, Shank 2, and Snapshot. You also get Indie Game: The Movie and some soundtracks. Beat the average to get Legend of Grimrock, Dungeon Defenders, The Basement Collection, Offspring Fling and Cave Story+ too.

The Binding of Isaac

Impulse

Impulse's holiday sale includes:

Tony Hawk's Pro Skater HD

Origin

EA's holiday sale includes:

Mass Effect 3

Steam

Steam's colossal holiday sale includes daily deals, flash sales, discounts you can vote on, and a million games. Here, the daily deal highlights: Ends Saturday: Ends Sunday:

FTL

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    December 28, 2012 2:45 PM

    Alice O'Connor posted a new article, Weekend PC download deals: XCOM for $18.

    When the New World Order seizes power in 2013, all your old money will be useless, replaced with Citidollars. Pre-empt the blighters by blowing everything on downloadable PC games this weekends, with deals including XCOM: Enemy Unknown for $18, Just Cause 2 for $4, Hotline Miami for $5, both BioShocks for $5, Batman: Arkham City GotY for $9, Arma 2: Combined Ops for $13, Dark Souls for $18, and Borderlands 2 for $30.

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      December 28, 2012 3:31 PM

      That Heroes picture is from 5 Allison, not 4.

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        December 28, 2012 4:03 PM

        Curious! You're right, but whoever attached those screens to 4 apparently did so... in 2002? A combination of wonky database and awful sloppy work, I suppose.

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      December 28, 2012 5:32 PM

      I can't believe greenmangaming bumped up the price of XCOM to $72 (weird price) in Australia. They used to never region price. It seems they've also increased the price of other games too :(
      And I was just going to buy XCOM. I guess I'll pass. Thanks GMG!

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        December 28, 2012 7:36 PM

        Ditto. I'd have snapped it up in a heartbeat at that price! At jammed up prices, nuh uh. Ah well.

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      December 28, 2012 6:05 PM

      Thanks Alice! I was waiting for this post :D