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  1. http://getloadedgo.com/ Mafia II Darksiders II Spec Ops: The Line Serious Sam 3: BFE Batman Arkham City Deus Ex: Human Revolution Operation Flashpoint: Dragon Rising Civilization V Borderlands Game of the Year Edition Just Cause 2 LEGO Harry Potter: Years 5-7 Batman Arkham Asylum GOTY Edition Dirt 2 Quantum Conundru Pick two for $10 This offer will only last for 72 hours.
  2. http://www.amazon.com/Dead-Island-Game-Year-Online/dp/B008NAYASM/?t=slickdeals&tag=slickdeals&ascsubtag=8LKHIp0TEeK5lEI0s_I9Fgz9E1_W4hV3_0_0_0 *LIVE* PC Digital Download: Dead Island Game of the Year Edition $5 Source DVG *Starts 04/04/13* Looks like an $8 credit towards Dead Island Riptide might be added to sweeten the pot woot With the Dead Island Game of the Year Edition players get the chance to experience the full story behind the Banoi Zombie Outbreak. The GOTY includes Dead Island Maingame Bloodbath Arena DLC Ryder White DLC Blueprint "The Ripper" Weapon Get ready for your return to Dead Island, a paradise to die for!
  3. DarkCobra86

    Gamefly.com PC Download Games Sales

    Lot's of PC games on sale for cheap. I won't post the individual links since you can click on the main link to get to the slickdeals thread which has all of the game linked already. Looks like I missed posting this starting the 3/18 (sorry on that). But they got a few more days of sales if you are interested in any of them. Some notable ones for 3/20: Torchlight 2 $6.79 Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning $7.49 The Cave $7.49 Sleeping Dogs $9.99 XCOM: Enemy Unknown $15.99e http://slickdeals.net/f/5909498-PC-Digital-Download-Games-Deus-Ex-Human-Revolution-5 Thanks scrapplejoe from slickdeals.
  4. DarkCobra86

    Free Halo 4 Crimson Map Pack

    I saw this post from Iammilkman on GDD. But basically you can download this for free if you have halo 4. I think you get an email with it. So if you did buy halo 4, definitely look into this. Another member on GDD did say you have to have played it the first day it came out or the first week. So if you didn't I wouldn't be surprised if you can't download it.
  5. DarkCobra86

    Earth 2160 Free PC download

    I don't know how good this game is but it is free for those that want a free game. You can also trade it in towards another game if you want to. http://www.greenmangaming.com/s/us/en/pc/games/strategy/earth-2160/
  6. Plants vs. Zombies (PC Digital Download) for Free when you enter code PEAH8R. Offer valid through November 10 http://www.stopzombiemouth.com/ You can also use this link and get the printable coupon to give out http://static-www.ec.popcap.com/misc/zombiemouth/downloads/stop_zombie_mouth_coupons.pdf
  7. Nintendo has put together a bit of an unusual promotion to try and get 3DS owners interested in their newly-launched 3DS games. Both Art Academy: Lessons for Everyone! and Crosswords Plus just came out and may now find themselves purchased by an audience who wouldn't normally buy them. This is because Nintendo is offering a digital copy of a rare game with purchase of either. The game in question is Donkey Kong: Original Edition. There are many version of Donkey Kong but this one is a bit different from the U.S. NES release as well as arcade version. The biggest change is an additional level not in the NES release but has a few technical gaffes. It was released in Europe and Japan digitally, but never for American audiences. For mega Donkey Kong fans this may be the only way to get the game officially in this region, unless Nintendo eventually adds it to the eShop. Both games eligible for this promotion are available in retail form as well as digital. However, the eShop versions are the only ones being used for the promotion. eShop purchasers should make sure to have the game(s) registered in their Club Nintendo account before January 6th rolls around. The Donkey Kong: Original Edition download code will presumably be sent to your account shortly after registration.
  8. Blazeknyt

    Downloadble Consoles

    In my last post, I mentioned some technological jumps the gaming industry has made, specifically about the mobile gaming industry. The most prominent one for mobile games and the handhelds is that touchscreen controls are being utilized. Well, while those 2 genres were being innovative with the touchscreen controls, consoles went to a different gaming platform to help them out: PC games. Specifically, the console market has been taking pages from MMOs (Massively Multiplayer Online games) in the form of downloadable content (or DLC). I will keep expanding...FOREVER. MMOs are well-known for having never-ending and ever expanding content. While there is a story that holds the universe of the game together, the game itself never ends unless the player wants it to end (by not playing the game). Since there is no actual ending to the game, there is always more items to get, or something you haven't done, even if you hit the current end game section. New content and bug fixes are done through patches. Basically, more coding to expand on the game that already exist. With the current consoles having the power to do just that, developers are using it to their advantage to produce more content to please (or potentially displease) the fans. With technology moving at the pace it does, it was only matter of time before downloadable content came about for the consoles. Console games are built with an ending in sight. They always tell a story that conclusively ends in some way, even if the game ends with a cliffhanger. There may be lots of optional content, but the content is already included in the game. Obviously, the big component downloadable content allows for console games, is that the games can be patched, fixed, and expanded upon just like MMOs. You no longer have to be stuck with a game with a certain glitch (unless you want to use the glitch yourself). Universes can be expanded upon through single player experiences, like what Gears of War 3: RAAM's Shadow did. This is the kind of DLC that many would want. It expands on the single player experience for a game that has been out for a little bit of time. Imagine if the Gears of War example was used on even older games. While Gears of War 3 provides a good example of expanded single player content, there are times where consumers feel cheated out of good DLC. PLAY AS ME! The backlash CAPCOM received from leaving Jill Valentine and Shuma-Gorath as DLC was incredibly strong. The reason for the intense backlash was that the coding for the characters was already on the disc. The two characters could have been regular unlockables, but CAPCOM decided to just lock the character data unless you paid for it. By locking what could have been regular unlockable content, the player is left with an incomplete game. Another strong example of unnecessary DLC includes the Batman Arkham City challenge maps that include Nightwing. It would have been great to see Nightwing's challenge maps, which were released soon after Arkham City, to have been regular rewards for completing other parts of the main game. Lastly, there are the game of the year editions that are released at discounted prices with DLC included, and lots of the single player games include multiplayer DLC. Games that focus on multiplayer, such as Call of Duty and Street Fighter IV, are able to capitalize on downloadable content more. Although Call of Duty has the potential to release single player expansions, the market the game caters to is multiplayer, so they end up offering lots of multiplayer expansion packs. Street Fighter IV just offers some fun costumes. The new and offered content only helps to keep the game's fire lasting longer. The extra content does not come off as something that is necessary. It would be nice to play in Cody's revamped classic outfit, but you don't need it in order to enjoy the game. Cody's original outfit (top) and one of his many downloadable ones (bottom). Which one do you want to use? While DLC certainly has lots to offer, it needs to be done right in order to make the best of it. Companies are going to use DLC in any way they can. DLC is certainly here to stay, and it's a great way to keep the life of a game going. Just remember that DLC is always optional, no one is forcing you to buy it.