Starcraft 2 - £27.99 with code at Tesco Entertainment (PC / Mac) - HotUKDeals
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Use the code 20OffGames-1 at checkout for this price. (Only usable once per account, but it only takes another email address to make another account and use another 20% code!)

Looking through the Tesco deals and Starcraft 2 certainly deserves a mention as I don't believe it's been below £34.99 since release 6 months ago. (Seriously, do a search!)

I've put countless hours into the multiplayer of SC2 and even if you completely disregard the multiplayer, the single player campaign is pretty darn epic - 15 to 20 hours in length and thrilling throughout. This game single handedly got me back into PC gaming!

8% Topcashback / Quidco too.

Thanks to MissGemgem for giving us the heads up for this code - much appreciated.
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Wouldn't matter what the price, I'd still rep this game, top notch.
I don't believe it's been below £34.99 since release 6 months ago. (Seriously, do a search!)
I just did on HUKD has it previously listed below 35 a few times before, but still seems a good price for the moment so I dont know why getting voted cold.

Anyway, does anyone know what Starcraft II (2) £64.97 ls supposed to be? No picture or description, but going by the price might it be the Collectors Edition?

Edited By: scorcher on Feb 15, 2011 03:50: editing purposes
Not sure if i'll get it just yet with such a game backlog right now, but voted hot to counteract the cretins voting cold without good reason!
I know its a good game but it was released 7 months ago and is still more expensive than most new releases even ones rated just as highly. I sincerely hope other publishers do not follow suit. Most PC games tend to start at £25 (street price) and are below £20 within 3 months...
£25.99 at Gameplay if you don't want to bother with Quidco.

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