Weekend PC download deals: declaring Total War

There aren't a lot of deals out there, now that the Summer Sale dust has cleared. But Steam is offering up a free weekend for half a dozen Total War games, while Get Games, Bundle Stars, and Green Man Gaming offer a handful of good deals of their own.

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It's easy to start feeling Steam Summer Sale withdrawal. Where will people get their games for insanely low prices? Fortunately, we here at Shacknews are here to help. There isn't a whole lot out there, but there are free weekends for various Total War games on Steam, as well as some good bundles over on Bundle Stars. Green Man Gaming and Get Games are also having some fine deals on great games. Check out the full list of deals below.

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

Amazon

  • Amazon is recovering from its earlier summer sale festivities. Come back next week for more deals.

Bundle Stars

Pay $9.99 for S.T.A.L.K.E.R. Clear Sky, S.T.A.L.K.E.R. Shadow of Chernobyl, and S.T.A.L.K.E.R. Call of Pripyat. These activate on Steam.

Or pay $19.99 for Middle-earth: Shadow of Modor and its 18 DLC packs. These activate on Steam.

Or pay $12.99 for LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham and its 7 DLC packs. These activate on Steam.

Or pay $3.49 for Frozen Synapse Prime (Double Pack), Drakensang: The River of Time, 140, Vertical Drop Heroes, Riptide GP2, Lilly Looking Through, Boson X, Two Digits, Visibility, and Smugglers 5: Invasion. These activate on Steam.

Or pay $4.99 for F.E.A.R. (w/Extraction Point and Perseus Mandate DLC), F.E.A.R. 2: Project Origin (w/Reborn DLC), and F.E.A.R. 3. These activate on Steam.

Or pay $2.49 for Woodcutter Simulator 2013 Gold Edition, Agricultural Simulator: Historical Farming, Professional Farmer 2014 (w/2 DLC packs), Agricultural Simulator 2013, Skyscraper Simulator, Airport Simulator 2014, Towtruck Simulator 2015, Mining & Tunneling Simulator, and Warehouse and Logistics Simulator (w/Hell's Warehouse DLC). These activate on Steam.

Direct2Drive

GamersGate

GameStop

Get Games

GOG.com

  • Trine 3: The Artifacts of Power (Coming soon) + Trine 2 + Trine Enchanted Edition - $25.22 (55% off)
  • Sniper Elite: Berlin 1945 - $2.99 (70% off)
  • Judge Dredd: Dredd vs Death - $1.79 (70% off)
  • Other games in GOG.com's Blast from the Past sale, including Aliens Versus Predator Classic and Commandos games, can be found here.

Green Man Gaming

Use the code GET23P-ERCENT-OFFGMG to get 23% off your purchase. Some exclusions apply.

Humble Bundle

Pay what you want for Borderlands and the Zombie Island of Dr. Ned, Mad Moxxi's Underdome Riot, and Secret Armory of General Knoxx add-on packs. Pay more than the average $6.49 to get Borderlands 2 with the Psycho Pack, Mechromancer Pack, and Creature Slaughterdome add-ons, a 75% off coupon for Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel and more to be named. Pay $15 or more to also get the Borderlands 2 Ultimate Vault Hunter Upgrade Pack 2, Headhunter 5: Son of Crawmerax, Season Pass, and a 25% off coupon for 2K Store merchandise. All games work on Steam and Steam keys are available with a $1 minimum.

Or pay what you want for Tengami, Where is my Heart?, and Back to Bed. Pay more than the average $3.56 to get 7 Grand Steps: What Ancients Begat, Deep Under the Sky, and Valdis Story: Abyssal City. Pay $1 more than the average to also get The Dream Machine. All games work on Steam and Steam keys are available with a $1 minimum.

Origin

  • Ultima VIII: Pagan - Free!

Steam

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

  • Total War: Attila - $30.14 (33% off)
  • Total War: Rome II Emperor Edition - $14.98 (75% off)
  • Roughly half a dozen Total War games (and their DLC packs) are on sale. These games are also available for a FREE WEEKEND until Sunday 6/28 at 1PM PT. Check out the full list here.
  • Tropico 5 - $9.99 (75% off)
  • Dreamfall Chapters - $14.99 (50% off)
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