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Weekend PC download deals: Square Enix, Grimrock, Risen 2

Feb 01 // Alasdair Duncan    @Full_of_hornets

Save up to 75% on Hitman Absolution and Sleeping Dogs

If you missed out on the Square Enix sale last weekend, then the publisher is giving you a chance to save up to 75% on some of their biggest titles like Hitman Absolution and Sleeping Dogs. Greenmangaming have Square Enix titles reduced on their site too. Amazon still have that great deal on 5 Microsoft games for $9.99, as well as Risen 2 at 66% off for $10.19.

GOG.com have reduced a big mix of titles this weekend, ranging from the classical strategy of Jagged Alliance and Patrician 3 to the crunching racing of Flatout. If for some reason you haven't picked up any of the Darksiders games, Gamersgate have you covered with up to 75% off the price of both main games and their DLC.

After the mid-week release of the Medieval Horror DLC, Painkiller Hell & Damnation is free to try this weekend, as well as being cut in price by 66%. Also reduced by 66% is the old school dungeon crawler Legends of Grimrock, which is well worth playing.

As always friends, if you find a great deal on a PC or Mac download, let us know in the comments below.


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