Weekend game deals: ME3 $16, Crysis pack $15, GTA IV + MP3 $30

By Matthew
Aug 31, 2012
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  1. Amazon has some of the best deals we've seen in a while, with steep discounts on various titles launched earlier this year. Some notables include Mass Effect 3 for $15.99, all the Crysis titles for $14.98, Borderlands + DNF +...

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  2. Alpha Gamer

    Alpha Gamer TechSpot Booster Posts: 242   +42

    Wow, thinking about Dark Souls on green man...
    By the way, can anyone explain why Deus Ex: Human Revolution is always so cheap?
  3. Isn't weird to see ME3 at that price so soon?
  4. Jawshh

    Jawshh TechSpot Enthusiast Posts: 438

    Square Enix games are always cheap. They drop prices as soon as they make enough profit it seems. And also because they have a quite large audience, so, more buyers.

    That's why I love 'em ;)

    ME3 is the end of a trilogy. So, many people will actually buy ME1, ME2 then ME3. That's one reason.

    Another reason is that because there's a ton of DLC scheduled for that game excluding the famous day-one From Ashes. So, basically, this isn't really a price drop but more like a lure. If you buy it at a low price, then you're more likely to buy the DLCs as well!
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  5. Seraphim401

    Seraphim401 Newcomer, in training Posts: 29

    Hell yeah!
    Just bought Mass Effect 3 N7 Digital Deluxe Edition for € 34,99.
  6. Maybe it will sound like spam but in g2play dark sould is at 25. I had bought 3 games there, one the rusian version of mw3 and everything perfect so far.
  7. Alpha Gamer

    Alpha Gamer TechSpot Booster Posts: 242   +42

    thanks for the hint, I didn't know this website. Just a question, they're selling the steam key for the game, not the game itself. How are they allowed to do it? On top of that, this particular key for dark souls is the Russian version, I've read about people getting in trouble for this kind of thing. I'm not at all complaining or trying to argue, I just would like to know if that's really ok.


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