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Weekend PC download deals: Atari, Square Enix, Origin

Mar 23 // Alasdair Duncan    @Full_of_hornets

So as Brett mentioned yesterday, Square Enix is having a sale on all its titles on Steam, with the Tomb Raider franchise as today's daily deal receiving a 75% discount. Jim Sterling has been overjoyed at the news that one of his favorite titles, Blood is half price along with a wealth of other Atari games at Good Old Games.

Looking further afield, Origin is having a big 50% off spring sale on some of EA's big games and more; Battlefield 3, The Sims 3, Crysis 2 and NFS: The Run are all reduced to half price. Also included in the sale are some non-EA properties, like Batman: Arkham City, Gotham City Imposters, and Saints Row: The Third

Elsewhere, PC World has Deus Ex: Human Revolution and Saints Row: The Third reduced to £7.50 and £10, respectively. GamersGate is continuing its THQ sale with Darksiders reduced to £5 in today's daily deal. Once again, props to Simon Julian for his tireless work finding the bargains and if you've found a great deal on videogames online, pop it in the comments. The more the merrier!


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