Weekend PC download deals: BioShock Infinite for $30

The weekend is upon us; ready thyself. PC games going cheap digitally this weekend include BioShock Infinite for $30, Fallout: New Vegas Ultimate Edition for $4, the first two BioShock games for $5, Sleeping Dogs for $6, Aliens: Colonial Marines and its DLC for $8 (I know, but perhaps you're curious?), The Walking Dead and its DLC for $12, Anno 2070 Complete for $17.

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The weekend is upon us; ready thyself. PC games going cheap digitally this weekend include BioShock Infinite for $30, Fallout: New Vegas Ultimate Edition for $4, the first two BioShock games for $5, Sleeping Dogs for $6, Aliens: Colonial Marines and its DLC for $8 (I know, but perhaps you're curious?), The Walking Dead and its DLC for $12, and Anno 2070 Complete for $17. Here's our selection of this weekend's PC deals:

GameFly

Using the code GFDAUG20 gets you 20% off everything, as I understand it. I can't confirm these exactly as I'm in the UK, which makes it fiddly, but that should get you roughly these prices:

Fallout: New Vegas

Amazon

Hotline Miami

Bundle Stars

Pay $5.00 for Afterfall Insanity, Air Conflicts: Pacific Carriers, Cargo Commander, Disciples III: Renaissance, Dungeons: The Dark Lord, Galaxy on Fire 2 Full HD, Kung Fu Strike: The Warrior's Rise, The Journey Down: Chapter 1, Weird Worlds: Return to Infinite Space, and Zeno Clash. All activate on Steam.

Zeno Clash

GamersGate

GamersGate's summer sale includes: Friday:

Company of Heroes: Tales of Valor

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Quake IV

GOG

Strike Suit Zero

Green Man Gaming

GMG is offering 20% off almost everything with the voucher code GMG20-4B9NY-L4FEN, which you'll need to get these prices:

Aliens: Colonial Marines

Humble Bundle

Pay what you want for Risen 2: Dark Waters, Sacred 2 Gold, Saints Row 2, and Saints Row: The Third. Beat the average price to upgrade Saints Row: The Third to its Full Package edition, which has all its DLC, and get Dead Island GotY too. Or, pay at least $25 to get all that plus Dead Island Riptide. All come as Steam keys. Or pay what you want for King's Bounty: The Legend, King's Bounty: Armored Princess, Men of War, and Men of War: Red Tide. Beat the average price to also get King's Bounty: Crossworlds and Men of War: Assault Squad. All come with Steam keys.

Saints Row: The Third

Impulse

No Time To Explain

Indie Gala

Pay what you want for Doom & Destiny, Miner Warfare, and Oniken. Beat, er, an ever-changing price (currently $3.77) to also get Aura: Fate of the Ages, Exceed: Gun Bullet Children, Exceed 2nd, Space Pirates and Zombies, and a yet-unrevealed game. Pay a bit more ($6.22 as I write) to also get Exceed 3rd, Hydrophobia: Prophecy, Painkiller: Recurring Evil, Sacraboar, and Trainz Simulator 2012. Most activate on Steam. Also, these are pay-what-you-want with minimum prices, and they're cheaper if you buy the main bundle but also you can get the main bundle for three if you pay your way into the top 5:
  • Alien Shooter 2: Conscription + Alien Shooter 2: Reloaded + Zombie Shooter + Zombie Shooter 2 [Steam] - $0.99 minimum
  • Darkstar One + Patrician III + Patrician IV The Great Art Race [Steam] - $0.99
  • Death Track: Resurrection + Death to Spies [Steam] - $0.99
  • Dungeons + Dungeons: The Dark Lord [Steam] - $0.99 minimum
  • Pacific Storm + Post Apocalyptic Mayhem + Robin Hood + RIP Trilogy [Steam] - $0.99
  • Disciples III Renaissance - $0.99 minimum

Space Pirates and Zombies

Steam

As well as regular sales, Steam has daily deals on id/Bethesda games to celebrate QuakeCon. The Elder Scrolls games will be Saturday's daily deals, and Sunday's are Dishonored plus its DLC. They should be cheaper from GameFly using the coupon, though. Friday:

Sleeping Dogs

Ubisoft

Anno 2070

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    August 2, 2013 1:00 PM

    Alice O'Connor posted a new article, Weekend PC download deals: BioShock Infinite for $30.

    The weekend is upon us; ready thyself. PC games going cheap digitally this weekend include BioShock Infinite for $30, Fallout: New Vegas Ultimate Edition for $4, the first two BioShock games for $5, Sleeping Dogs for $6, Aliens: Colonial Marines and its DLC for $8 (I know, but perhaps you're curious?), The Walking Dead and its DLC for $12, Anno 2070 Complete for $17.

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      August 2, 2013 1:07 PM

      Everyone should get Sleeping Dogs

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        August 2, 2013 1:36 PM

        I just got through the opening and got the bike, seems decent so far. Is the DLC worth it?

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          August 2, 2013 2:04 PM

          I'd say so. Nightmare at Northpoint was pretty neat because it felt like a horror movie of sorts. TheZodiac tournament was fairly fun and it was a tribute to movies like Enter the Dragon. As for Year of the Snake I felt it was the weakest of the DLC. but it was nice to see some continuation after the story.

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          August 2, 2013 3:32 PM

          I enjoyed Nightmare, got Zodiac and Year of the Snake during Summer Sale looking forward to it

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        August 2, 2013 3:28 PM

        I want it, but it doesn't seem to run too well on my system.

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      August 2, 2013 2:18 PM

      It's crazy how dated Quake 4 looks. I remember just 5 years ago it looked great, and my old computer ran it a tad slow. Now it looks plasticy.

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        August 2, 2013 6:48 PM

        I'm not sure that Quake 4 ever actually looked good. I don't remember it looking good at all. Doom 3 and Quake 4 had an awful lot of shit with no style or maybe just bad style, and Quake Wars too. Just really bad materials all over the place, with exceptions here and there. Rage was better and would have been exceptionally better if it didn't throw hideously low resolution textures all up in your face sometimes.

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          August 2, 2013 7:56 PM

          Quake 4 really suffered from the fact that the areas lit with bright baked ambient light maps looked terrible, the interiors looked pretty good along with Doom 3 though arguments could be made against the art style.

          But yeah the big issue, like you said, was a material issue. I think Quake Wars was better than Quake4 with at least dealing with the textures under bright ambient light, but it still suffered.

          Rage was significantly better at handling materials and cooked lighting, though as Carmack pointed out in the keynote, part of that was due to many manual hacks on the specific instance of the material for the lighting it was exposed to.

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      August 2, 2013 2:39 PM

      SPACE MARINE for $10 you xenolovers!

      http://www.amazon.com/Warhammer-40-000-Marine-Download/dp/B005IZMCBM/

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      August 2, 2013 2:49 PM

      Thanks for these posts Alice! Still not $8 curious about ACM though. I know it's probably splitting hairs at this price range but $5 might do it.

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      August 2, 2013 2:59 PM

      A:CM can't be bad for 8 bucks right............right???

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        August 2, 2013 3:18 PM

        I said the same thing when I got it for $12. It's bad.

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        August 2, 2013 3:34 PM

        Other thread says avoid at all costs. Even if it's cheap aren't there so many better games to play?

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          August 2, 2013 4:56 PM

          I guess it's a morbid curiosity... but ya... you're right lol.

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        August 2, 2013 5:03 PM

        let's just say the Zero-Puncuation review of it was very very gentle.

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          August 2, 2013 6:44 PM

          I always enjoy watching the part where the boss alien is content with killing only one marine.

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        August 2, 2013 5:11 PM

        Get the ROTT remake for only $7 more!

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          August 2, 2013 5:34 PM

          I did! :D

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            August 2, 2013 6:01 PM

            Great job! Now, I'm stuck at 91% completion with 2 secrets to be found on E1L1. If you find them all, lemme know. I find less than 50% on the first half, then the other to make it 91% during the 2nd so I think I might be missing something on the first half.

            Here's me playing ~30 minutes on that level looking for them all. Some spoilers I suppose, but it's the first level of the game.

            http://www.twitch.tv/nipgrip/c/2681953

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        August 2, 2013 6:40 PM

        They said the same thing about aids.

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        August 3, 2013 1:49 AM

        I went on ahead and bought it for $8. Hell, you get the game and the season pass. Even if it does suck I'm quite sure I'll get $8 worth of laughs out of it if anything. No biggy to me. Thx for the post Alice!

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      August 2, 2013 6:02 PM

      How is Anno 2070? I tried the demo over a year ago, but my radeon 4850 just couldn't handle it, so I wasn't left with a great impression of it. Gameplay? It sounded like a simcity/rts style game when I first looked into it. Any thoughts?

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      August 3, 2013 1:41 PM

      When are those morons at SEGA going to let Company of Heroes 2 go on sale?

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