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Weekend PC download deals: Fable III and Activision

4:45 PM on 10.07.2011 // Alasdair Duncan
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Yeah, it's that time of the week where you know you're gonna be sorely tempted into buying some games for your PC. It's weekend deals time on Steam and Good Old Games. We've got the latest installment of Peter Molyneux's RPG series and some interesting classics from Activision.

First up, Steam has reduced the price of Fable III and its five accompanying pieces of DLC by 66%. The main game is just $16.99 and it'll cost you $6.41 for all the add-ons. Fable III uses Games for Windows Live but Destructoid's own Josh Tolentino thought very highly of the PC version

Meanwhile, Good Old Games is continuing with its new weekend discount system, this time with a bunch of Activision strategy titles. For each game from the bundle you buy, the discount increases all the way up to 50% off the whole lot. There's an interesting mix of titles, from the sci-fi RTS Dark Reign to the tactical shooter SWAT 1-3.



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