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Green Man Gaming closes Thanksgiving sale with impressive deals

2 Dec 2013 by Tim McDonald
Green Man Gaming closes Thanksgiving sale with impressive deals
BioShock Infinite

Perving on Elizabeth through one-way windows is now possible more cheaply than before.

In case you haven’t already spent your annual salary on Thanksgiving/Black Friday sales, are bringing back some of their best from the “4Play” deals of the past few days (which offered four games at large discounts, every four hours) for the next 24 hours.

There are far too many for me to list them all – and it’s very easy to just click this link and take a look for yourself – but I’ll list a few personal favourites and recommendations below.

The “biggest” one is probably at 75% off, which drops it to $9.99 USD. The DLC is also discounted, although Burial at Sea is only 25% off, and there’s no Season Pass available so you can’t really use this as a way of cheaply pre-ordering the second episode. The game that continued Peter’s love affair with maps – – is 50% off, at $19.99. The Deus Ex Pack, containing all three Deus Ex games as well as all of the DLC for Human Revolution (although not the Director’s Cut) is a whopping 80% off, dropping it to $8.98.

and 400 Days? $7.49. Scribblenauts Unmasked? $14.99. Euro Truck Simulator 2? $6.24. The Bureau: XCOM Declassified? $16.99. Mortal Kombat Komplete Edition? $10.19. : Prepare to Die Edition? $6.79. And that isn’t close to everything.

In short, if you’re hungry for more games, have a look at Green Man Gaming’s sale. Some may be cheaper on Steam so it’s probably worth checking out those daily deals and flash sales and waiting to see if anything you want pops up there, but a fair few of these games are phenomenally cheap.

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