Digitally Distributed PC games ON SALE Thread

I just found out Steam is giving away Amnesia: The Dark Descent for free until 10am (Pacific) on Wednesday. My quest to find the Ultimate Strong One of horror games lives on! :zodd:
 

Griffith

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GTA4 is basically free today if you have Amazon Prime. You gotta sign up for a free trial of Twitch Prime through your Amazon account, link it, and then buy GTA4 from Amazon (specifically Amazon, not other vendors on there) and you'll get a $15 credit on your $14.99 purchase. Just ordered one for PS4, so I guess I'll finally be playing it.

This url has all the links if you're not sure about the process (as I wasn't):

https://kinjadeals.theinventory.com/if-you-have-amazon-prime-gta-v-is-basically-free-for-p-1831201145#cxrecs_s

It's still kinda tricky because even if you sign up through Amazon it'll funnel you to a Twitch login but you still need to do a separate Twitch sign up, etc.
 

Walter

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Griffith said:
GTA4 is basically free today if you have Amazon Prime. You gotta sign up for a free trial of Twitch Prime through your Amazon account, link it, and then buy GTA4 from Amazon (specifically Amazon, not other vendors on there) and you'll get a $15 credit on your $14.99 purchase. Just ordered one for PS4, so I guess I'll finally be playing it.
Oh wow, thanks. Snagged it. BTW linking to Twitch Prime is a good idea in general, if you already have Prime. They give away several games each month for free.
 

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There are tons of games on sale right now on steam until February 11 im getting the Witcher 3 game of the year edition for 14.99 and maybe Rainbow Six Siege for 9.99 also there is a deal of getting 5 dollars off a 30 dollar or higher purchase.
 

Griffith

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I'm tempted yet again to get that last Tomb Raider for half off, especially so I have something to play in the PC room (totally regret not getting RE2 on PC for that reason and will now only buy PS4 exclusives on PS4... at least until I see how Sekiro runs on my rig =).

Johnstantine said:
I have tried so incredibly hard to get into this game, but for the life of me I cannot get past like 20 hours of gameplay.
That's more than the 45 minutes I gave it! To be fair, the game probably only actually let me play for 10 minutes and it was shitty tutorials, so there's lots of blame to go around. I mean, if you have to put in 20 hours just to get into a game, is it your fault? Resident Evil 7 was one of my favorite games last year, and I think I played it for 12 hours. It took me 11 hours to beat Bioshock Infinite yet it loomed plenty large. I love a game I can get lost in for a hundred hours as much as the next guy, but if it's NOT that game for me I'd much prefer an economical 10-20 hour campaign and then I can decide if I want to go crazy and play it forever. I've put at least 25 hours into the new RE2, but spread across various campaigns.
 

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Griffith said:
(totally regret not getting RE2 on PC for that reason and will only buy PS4 exclusives on PS4
I'm thinking about doing that as well Mainly because Pc has a lot of deals for games and can run those games better; I kinda wish exclusives weren't a thing I want to play the last of us 2/uncharted 4 with maxed out settings :judo:

Johnstantine said:
I have tried so incredibly hard to get into this game, but for the life of me I cannot get past like 20 hours of gameplay.
Griffith said:
That's more than the 45 minutes I gave it! To be fair, the game probably only actually let me play for 10 minutes and it was shitty tutorials, so there's lots of blame to go around. I mean, if you have to put in 20 hours just to get into a game,
Well, I hope cyberpunk 2077 doesn't give you guys a bad experience as the Witcher 3 did.
 

Johnstantine

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Griffith said:
That's more than the 45 minutes I gave it! To be fair, the game probably only actually let me play for 10 minutes and it was shitty tutorials, so there's lots of blame to go around. I mean, if you have to put in 20 hours just to get into a game, is it your fault? Resident Evil 7 was one of my favorite games last year, and I think I played it for 12 hours. It took me 11 hours to beat Bioshock Infinite yet it loomed plenty large. I love a game I can get lost in for a hundred hours as much as the next guy, but if it's NOT that game for me I'd much prefer an economical 10-20 hour campaign and then I can decide if I want to go crazy and play it forever. I've put at least 25 hours into the new RE2, but spread across various campaigns.
At the time, I didn't have anything else on my radar so I decided to give it more than my usual allotment. The combat was weak, but I was interested in the story. All of the sudden, though, I just stopped caring.
 

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Decided not to get Witcher 3 instead I got Max Payne 3, and Rainbow six siege standard edition. Also, the deal might still be going on for a short while so to those that have not got anything yet you still have an opening.
 

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PS4 owners: A bunch of Ubi games on sale digitally on Sony's store: https://store.playstation.com/en-us/grid/STORE-MSF77008-UBIPUBSALE/1

Including: AC Origins for $25, Odyssey for $35, and Ezio Collection for $15 (Griff!)
 
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