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PC game sale at Amazon marks down up to 75% off


12:00 PM on 04.05.2012
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For the next ten days, Amazon.com is promoting their downloadable PC games by offering up to 75% savings on well over a hundred titles and DLC expansions. Recently released titles such as The Darkness II are going for crazy prices, while some older releases, including L.A. Noire, Darksiders and Metro 2033, are just five bucks. You can even grab both of the Dragon Age titles in a pack for only $9.99 and there's a huge selection of strategy and indie titles there as well.

Good deals. I'm going to grab Warhammer 40K: Space Marine, since it's only ten dollars and I've been really itching to finish it. Anything look good to you lot?

Game Downloads Spring Sale [Amazon]






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