Weekend game deals: 50% off Bad Company 2, The Witcher

By on March 25, 2011, 2:43 PM
Assuming you aren't knee deep in Crysis 2, there are some pretty enticing deals this weekend. In addition to knocking 75% off Lead and Gold, Steam is letting users play the game for free this weekend. The service has also reduced The Witcher by 50% in anticipation of its upcoming sequel, and Black Ops is 25% cheaper than launch. Meanwhile, Impulse has cut half off Dragon Age: Origins Ultimate Edition, GamersGate is selling Battlefield: Bad Company 2 for $10, and Direct2Drive offers 20% off its entire catalog via coupon code "MARCHMADNESS".

Steam
Lead and Gold: Games of the Wild West $2.50 and free weekend (75% off)
The Witcher: Enhanced Edition Director's Cut $9.99 (50% off)
Neverwinter Nights 2 Platinum $9.99 (50% off)
F1 2010 $19.99 (50% off)
Call of Duty: Black Ops $44.99 (25% off)
Hoard $7.49 25% off
Dreamcast Collection $14.99 (50% off)
Arcadia $2.49 (50% off)
Ghostbusters: The Video Game $9.99 (50% off)
Sacred 2: Fallen Angel $9.99 (50% off)
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Impulse
Dragon Age: Origins Ultimate Edition $24.97 (50% off)
Fate of the World $7.49 (25% off)
Full Spectrum Warrior Complete Pack $9.99 (50% off)
Astral Masters $9.97 (50% off)
Jets'n'Guns Gold $10.18 (66% off)
The Stalin Subway and The Stalin Subway: Red Veil $7.49 each (50% off)
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GamersGate
Battlefield: Bad Company 2 $9.98 (50% off)
R.U.S.E.: The Art of Deception $14.98 (50% off)
Call of Juarez 2: Bound in Blood $9.98 (50% off)
King's Bounty: Armored Princess $7.98 (60% off)
Football Manager 2011 $19.98 (50% off)
Men of War Red Tide $7.98 (60% off)
Cities XL Standard Edition $9.98 (50% off)
The Oddboxx $12.48 (50% off)
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Direct2Drive
20% off all games via coupon code "MARCHMADNESS" (doesn't stack with other deals)
75% off Direct2Drive's top driving games
Call of Duty: Black Ops $44.95 (25% off)

Games for Windows
Dirt 2 $19.99 (50% off)

Good Old Games
40-60% off Enlight games

EAStore
FIFA Soccer 11 $20.00 (50% off)
FIFA Manager 11 $19.98 (50% off)




User Comments: 10

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Guest said:

Why would any PC gamers be knee deep is Crysis 2.

Game is blatantly terrible.

Guest said:

Tried getting BFBC2...

"This game is not available in your region"

FML..

hamitaltintop22 said:

I wish D2D would stop with the 20% off codes. It gets old since they did it like 6 times already. Instead something like 33% or 50% off would be more exciting

R3DP3NGUIN R3DP3NGUIN said:

I haven't paid for a game in 2 years, I bought crysis 2 and the single player was definitely worth the money. apart from the MP and no DX11, which im hoping a patch will come. crysis 2 i think is the only decent game thats come out in the last 6-12 months.

treeski treeski said:

I would definitely recommend Battlefield: Bad Company 2. The campaign is good (albeit short) and the online gameplay is pretty solid.

lawfer, TechSpot Paladin, said:

You really can't go wrong with BFBC2 for only $10. I mean, come on.

And to the first Guest, Crysis 2 may no offer the freedom Crysis 1 had (or the graphics), but the single player campaign, which I haven't finished yet (it's 15 hours), is better than any FPS released in the past, what, 1-2 years? Yeah, dead serious. Multiplayer is nothing too special though, might as well get BFBC2.

IAMTHESTIG said:

I'm not paying $45 for a game without LAN support...

PinothyJ said:

You should include OzGameShop.com on here because they have stupidly cheap prices for a non-download distributor.

Just Cause 2 - $13.99

Total War Shogun 2 - $37.99

Red Faction Armageddon (PS3/360) - $57.99

Crysis II (PC) - $45.99

Crysis II LE (PS3/360) - $64.99

mmm...

Darkshadoe Darkshadoe said:

Take caution on buying The Witcher. When mine downloaded it wouldn't install because it had no cd key. I looked on Steam's support page and sometimes they run out of keys during sales like this. They will get more but they do not specify when.

PinothyJ said:

darkshadoe said:

Take caution on buying The Witcher. When mine downloaded it wouldn't install because it had no cd key. I looked on Steam's support page and sometimes they run out of keys during sales like this. They will get more but they do not specify when.

Yeah, Battlefield 2 had similar crap you had to go through just tog et that CD Key to register correctly ...

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