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Deal North: Crazy good download deals and more photo
Deal North: Crazy good download deals and more
by Dale North

Imagine me as Santa. Imagine me flying high above your home in a sleigh filled with crazy good deals on downloadable games, guided by fuzzy little flying corgis with reindeer antlers. It's snowing. The ground is glimmering. 

I might cry.

You might cry too if you're out of money from Christmas shopping after seeing these deals! What's great is that you can take a $20 bill and do some major damage with these deals. Some are good for only a couple of days, while others are good through Christmas. Definitely move fast if you're interested in any of what we have listed here.

Happy shopping!

[Images via Tumalo Bed & Biscuit]

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6:30 PM on 12.12.2013

GOG.com site strains at the start of its Winter Sale

Well, I'm sure this hasn't gone to plan for the folks over at GOG.com; today saw the launch of their Winter Sale and the website has been unreachable for a good portion of the day. Which might be a good thing as this is a sig...

Alasdair Duncan

2:00 PM on 12.09.2013

PS Plus members get Borderlands 2 this week

This week's PlayStation promotions have been revealed and there are some delightful presents Sony is giving out starting tomorrow. First off, PlayStation Plus subscribers will get Borderlands 2 added to the Instant Game Colle...

Conrad Zimmerman

5:00 AM on 12.09.2013

GOG.com to introduce 30-day full refunds for broken games

In another welcome move, GOG.com will start giving 100% refunds on its games, if gamers are unable to run them. This moves follows EA's similar move to give refunds on first-party games on Origin earlier in the year. If supp...

Alasdair Duncan

2:30 PM on 11.27.2013

EA lowers digital PS4 games to Ł54.99 on UK store

[Update: EA has lowered the price of digital PS4 games again, down to £54.99, the same price as the Xbox One, Eurogamer reports. So the parity is nice. That's still quite expensive, at about $100 USD, and more expe...

Steven Hansen

8:00 PM on 11.15.2013

GOG.com adds 36 more Mac games

The folks over at GOG.com have been doing some pretty marvelous things recently, and they show no signs of stopping as they have, according to them, taken a bunch of PC games, thrown them into a bucket and somehow made t...

Harry Monogenis





11:00 PM on 11.13.2013

From PC to console: Octodad dev on making the transition

In recent years, large publishers have taken steps towards embracing titles made by independent developers, and in many cases it has paid off incredibly well. With the new next-gen systems on the horizon, a number of indie de...

Alessandro Fillari

1:45 PM on 11.13.2013

GOG.com have 'blink and you'll miss 'em' Insomnia deals

Whilst the site doesn't have the largest catalog of games, I always appreciate the effort GOG.com puts into making its sales interesting. Right now, there's an Insomnia sale happening which is taking a novel approach to flash...

Alasdair Duncan

10:00 AM on 11.12.2013

Now you can buy PSN games from Amazon

Amazon has a PlayStation Network store now, and it is exactly what you think it is. You can buy digital copies of games and downloadable content to play on your Sony gaming device. Right now you can get a $5 credit if you buy a select title from the new store, so it might be worth checking out. Some games I saw are discounted a little bit too, which is always nice.

Joshua Derocher

5:15 PM on 11.11.2013

You won't find Nintendo Land on the US eShop anymore

In a strange move that no one understands, everyone's favorite Mario factory has recently removed original Wii U pack-in Nintendo Land from the system's eShop. Exactly when, we're not sure. NeoGAF users found the title gone f...

Brett Zeidler

11:00 AM on 11.02.2013

Nintendo breaks previous digital sales record

Things are beginning to look up for Nintendo's digital sales. The company recently reported in their second quarter financial results briefing that the total money earned in downloadable sales, for the first half of this fina...

Wesley Ruscher

11:30 AM on 10.31.2013

Xbox One game gifting may be coming after all

Back when the Xbox One was announced and all of that terrible DRM news came out of it, there was one pretty neat feature -- digital game gifting. Essentially, the practice allowed you to buy a game digitally, play it, then "g...

Chris Carter

11:00 PM on 09.26.2013

The Steam Family Sharing beta has started

With Steam's Family Sharing feature, you can lend your Steam library with "family members" who are on authorized devices and all parties involved retain their own achievements and save files. A nice addition, certainly, thoug...

Jordan Devore

7:30 PM on 09.18.2013

Superhot and Mount Your Friends greenlit on Steam

It's far from the best group of Steam Greenlight titles to move forward -- and that's putting it nicely -- but the September 18th group has a few standouts. Superhot, the first-person shooter where time moves when you do; the...

Jordan Devore

4:00 PM on 09.14.2013

Nintendo eShop: A work in progress

As we creep towards the one-year anniversary of Wii U's launch, players are readying themselves for the second-generation lineup of games that will hopefully make up for the rather dull spring and summer months. But with upco...

Tony Ponce



Apogee's shmup Stargunner is free on GOG.com photo
Apogee's shmup Stargunner is free on GOG.com
by Jordan Devore

I had forgotten that Apogee Software made a sidescrolling shoot-'em-up -- one with '90s-rific pre-rendered 3D graphics, no less. That's more to do with my terrible memory and general cluelessness when it comes to the genre than a statement about the quality of Stargunner.

The game has been freeware for quite a few years, at this point, but there's something about adding these titles to your library on a familiar digital distribution service that makes them seem somehow better. GOG.com is hosting Stargunner, should you want to give it a try.

While the site has your attention, there's also a decent sale on Square Enix games. Look for 60 percent off Startopia, Thief, Soul Reaver, and freakin' Total Overdose, to name a few.

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