Weekend PC download deals: Steam offers the Paradox catalog and more

Steam leads this weekend's PC deals with Paradox Interactive's catalog, along with Child of Light, Trials Fusion, Rise of the Triad, and more!

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Welcome to October, as we prepare to decorate our houses/apartments/basements for the Halloween holiday. But before we start shopping for costumes and candy to eat ourselves give to neighborhood kids, there's still an ample amount of PC gaming to be done.

Steam is offering up the entire Paradox Interactive catalog for a big weekend sale, but if that isn't your thing, there's also Child of Light, Trials Fusion, and Rise of the Triad also going for crazy good prices. There's also the WB catalog over at Bundle Stars, Call of Duty over at GameFly Digital, and the Ubisoft classics over on GOG. Check out our full list of deals below.

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

Amazon

Bundle Stars

Pay $3.49 for Colossal Kaiju Combat: Kaijuland Battles, Freaking Meatbags, Fancy Skulls, Steam Bandits: Outpost, Infinite Space II: Sea of Stars, and Dreaming Sarah. All of these are Steam Early Access titles.

Or pay $3.99 for S.T.A.L.K.E.R: Clear Sky, Depth Hunter 2: Deep Dive, Dark Raid, Epigenesis, Lovely Planet, Dead Effect, 3089 - Futuristic Action RPG FPS, Iron Storm, Chrome, and Chrome SpecForce. These activate on Steam.

Or pay $19.99 for Bedlam, Dwelvers, Calibre 10 Racing, Shadow Blade: Reload, GearCity, and From the Depths. All of these are Steam Early Access titles.

GameFly Digital

Use the code OCT15OFF to get 15% off your purchase. For those across the pond, use the code UKOCT15OFF.

  • Call of Duty: Ghosts - Digital Hardened Edition [Steam] - $59.99 (50% off)
  • Call of Duty: Black Ops II [Steam] - $29.99 (50% off)
  • Other games in GameFly Digital's Call of Duty sale can be found here.

GamersGate

  • Resident Evil 6 [Steam] - $20.00 (50% off)
  • Resident Evil Revelations [Steam] - $24.99 (50% off)
  • Other games in Gamersgate's Capcom sale, including Dead Rising and Lost Planet games, can be found here.
  • L.A. Noire: The Complete Edition [Steam] - $6.00 (80% off) (Other L.A. Noire content on sale here.)

GameStop

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GOG

  • Assassin's Creed: Director's Cut - $7.99 (60% off)
  • Far Cry - $3.99 (60% off)
  • Other games in GOG's Ubisoft Universal promo, including Rayman, Heroes of Might and Magic, and Splinter Cell games, can be found here.

Green Man Gaming

Enter the code VBHGBM-JS2VN9-0J50FM to get 20% off your purchase. Restrictions apply.

  • Tomb Raider GOTY Edition [Steam] - $5.99 (80% off) (TODAY ONLY)
  • Green Man Gaming is offering various gaming bundles on sale, from publishers like Square Enix, Nordic, 505 and Codemasters. Check out the bundles and their contents here.
  • Sign up to Green Man Gaming and opt into their newsletter to get the Nosgoth Veteran Pack, The Journey Down, Kung Fu Strike: The Warriors Rise (w/Master Level DLC), Gun Monkeys, and a 7-day free trial to the OnLive Games Bundle. Existing members can get these games by pre-ordering any of the games on this page.

Humble Bundle

Pay what you want for Thomas Was Alone, Bridge Constructor Playground, Cubemen, and Cubemen 2. Pay more than the average $6.49 to get Small World 2 (w/Royal Bonus DLC), Blackwell 1: Legacy, Blackwell 2: Unbound, Blackwell 3: Convergence, Quest of Dungeons, Don't Move, and SpaceChem. Pay $11 or more to also get Surgeon Simulator and Anomaly Defenders. Select soundtracks included. All games work on Steam and are Steam keys are available with a $1 minimum.

Or pay what you want for Crouching Pony Hidden Dragon, GAUGE, Puddle, and The Mysterious Cities of Gold. Pay $5 or more to also get Wooden Sen'SeY, Storm, and Poof. Select soundtracks included. All games work on Steam and Steam keys are available with a $1 minimum.

Steam

As well as regular discounts, Steam has a couple of additional weekend deals.

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