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Borderlands @ £20.09 or a pack of 4 @ £59.97
Left4Dead (v1) GOTY @ £6.24
Resident Evil 5 @ £14.99
Trine @ £8.49
Order of War @ £7.49
Spore 50% @ £14.99
City of Heroes - Architect Edition @ £4.99
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#1
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#2
yeah, think this year they've obviously got more interest than they can handle :D

Strangely I'm still getting good download speeds on the games I bought yesterday however, Madballs and Star Wars KOTOR, £2 each :D

I might go for spore and very likely will finally get Left4Dead too.(rather than Left4Dead two)
#3
Left4Dead (v1) 75% discount @ £6.74
Order of War 75% discount @ 7.49
Spore 50% discount @ 14.99
Resident Evil 5 with 50% discount @ £14.99
Ghostbusters 50% discount @ --- I can't see Ghostbusters on the list :S
Borderlands @ £20.09 or a pack of 4 @ £59.97.
Trine 50% discount @ £8.99
City of Heroes 50% discount @ 4.99 --- This is the Architect version
#4
thought id add in the prices...

Left4Dead (v1) 75% discount @ £6.24
Order of War 75% discount @ 7.49
Spore 50% discount @ 14.99
Resident Evil 5 with 50% discount @ £14.99
Ghostbusters 50% discount @ doesnt seem to be in the deal
Borderlands @ £20.09 or a pack of 4 @ £59.97.
Trine 50% discount @ £8.99
City of Heroes 50% discount @ 4.99

doh, beaten to it already ;)
#5
Trine is £8.49 on mine...
#6
Left4Dead is pretty cheap, but is the sequel much better?
Order of War is about £10 cheaper here than anywhere else now...
Res 5 is probably the best price by a couple of quid
Spore has been seen for £7
City of Heroes seems a good price
Trine - £6.95 at ShopTo.net
Borderlands is £20 at Blockbuster
#7
Left4Dead is pretty cheap though, but is the sequel much better?


sequel is an all round better game, but the first is still brilliant! specially that that price!!!!
#8
what is steam guys? do you have to have a good laptop/pc to play the games ? thanx :-D
#9
angryrich
Trine - £6.95 at ShopTo.net
Left4Dead is pretty cheap though, but is the sequel much better?
Order of War is about £10 cheaper than anywhere else now...
Spore has been seen for £7


Trine is £21 at Shopto.net atm
http://www.shopto.net/PC/VIDEO%20GAMES/PCTR25-Trine.html
#10
AcidJiles


Ah ok, well it has been cheaper on there :-)
Probably the cheapest at the moment then.
#11
mensy07
what is steam guys? do you have to have a good laptop/pc to play the games ? thanx :-D


http://lmgtfy.com/?q=Steam
#12
Just about to make this my first post until I found this. Left 4 Dead is hot for me at this price being GOTY edition going to order the £15 deal from Tesco as well spending too much money on here lately :w00t:
#13
Not sure about the site feedback but £7 for trine inclu postage
http://www.startupmedia.co.uk/p-489888-trine-pc.aspx?CAWELAID=363375345
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mensy07
what is steam guys? do you have to have a good laptop/pc to play the games ? thanx :-D


Steam is a digital distribution service like Gamersgate, Impulse, Direct2drive, EA store etc. If you haven't used one before then the idea is that you buy the games as normal but download them when you want to install them instead of getting the disk out of the box. Unlike the others Steam has the steam client program which needs to run in the background to play the game and adds 'extras' (either features or annoyances depending on whether you want them).

Some of the games like borderlands are very new and will need a moderately good PC to play them, others like Trine and Spore are designed to work with slower systems and city of heroes is several years old now so should also work on older computers (or slower new computers).

petegriffin2oo8
Just about to make this my first post until I found this. Left 4 Dead is hot for me at this price being GOTY edition going to order the £15 deal from Tesco as well spending too much money on here lately :w00t:


There no difference between the normal and GOTY editions for L4D on PC as far as I know.

EDIT: Comparing prices it looks like Spore is the only outstanding deal of this lot. How well does Spore work with steam? I know there were reports of problems with some digital distribution services on launch.
#15
i bought left 4 dead 2, it sucks compared to the first
#16
Anyone no if trine is any good without a joypad been playing demo on ps3 and its gr8 but don't wanna pay £17
#17
EndlessWaves
Steam is a digital distribution service like Gamersgate, Impulse, Direct2drive, EA store etc. If you haven't used one before then the idea is that you buy the games as normal but download them when you want to install them instead of getting the disk out of the box. Unlike the others Steam has the steam client program which needs to run in the background to play the game and adds 'extras' (either features or annoyances depending on whether you want them).

Some of the games like borderlands are very new and will need a moderately good PC to play them, others like Trine and Spore are designed to work with slower systems and city of heroes is several years old now so should also work on older computers (or slower new computers).



There no difference between the normal and GOTY editions for L4D on PC as far as I know.

EDIT: Comparing prices it looks like Spore is the only outstanding deal of this lot. How well does Spore work with steam? I know there were reports of problems with some digital distribution services on launch.


Only difference is, with the CD version you get an updated version (don't have so much to download). Where as with the vanilla version you get what was first shipped (**** loads of updating to do).

If your getting it from steam it will make no difference what so ever.
#18
Yeah the GOTY edition just contains the free DLC so do not be fooled into paying extra for it on the PC or 360. Think I might pick it up (despite getting the sequel yesterday) as it's a good price along with Borderlands.

This 5 day Steam sale is costing me a small fortune.
#19
EndlessWaves
Steam is a digital distribution service like Gamersgate, Impulse, Direct2drive, EA store etc. If you haven't used one before then the idea is that you buy the games as normal but download them when you want to install them instead of getting the disk out of the box. Unlike the others Steam has the steam client program which needs to run in the background to play the game and adds 'extras' (either features or annoyances depending on whether you want them).

Some of the games like borderlands are very new and will need a moderately good PC to play them, others like Trine and Spore are designed to work with slower systems and city of heroes is several years old now so should also work on older computers (or slower new computers).


thanx mate rep left :) my lappy aint very good for games lol
#20
trine is excellent.....worth the money.......bought for £6.99 @ shopto couple weeks ago tho
#21
angryrich;7034578
Ah ok, well it has been cheaper on there :-)
Probably the cheapest at the moment then.

it was the deal of the week couple weeks ago @6.95 or 6.99 - i bought one
#22
live2giveuk;7034802
i bought left 4 dead 2, it sucks compared to the first

i think its as good but its a bit different
#23
Borderlands is cheaper by a few pennies at Blockbuster if your willing to wait on delivery

http://www.blockbuster.co.uk/product/pc/pc_games/borderlands/237092.htm?PID=1729515&mpch=ads
#24


Haha... brilliant.
#25
ha - been waiting for left 4 dead
HEAT cos good deal
thanks OP

left 4 dead ordered
#26
No one has mentioned either the THQ Complete Pack or the LucasArts Premier Pack. These are excellent value because of the sheer number of games included. You get:

THQ Complete Pack -
Company of Heroes
Company of Heroes: Opposing Fronts
Company of Heroes: Tales of Valor
Frontlines™: Fuel of War™
Full Spectrum Warrior
Full Spectrum Warrior: Ten Hammers
Juiced 2: Hot Import Nights
Red Faction
Red Faction II
Red Faction Guerrilla
S.T.A.L.K.E.R.: Shadow of Chernobyl
Saints Row 2
Titan Quest
Titan Quest - Immortal Throne
Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War - Gold Edition
Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War - Dark Crusade
Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War - Soulstorm
Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War II

Total cost for all games if bought individually - £209.82
Usual package price - £52.99
Sale price - £26.49



LucasArts Premier Pack -
Armed and Dangerous®
Indiana Jones® and the Fate of Atlantis™
Indiana Jones® and the Last Crusade™
LOOM™
Lucidity™
Star Wars Galaxies™: The Complete Online Adventures
Star Wars Jedi Knight II: Jedi Outcast
Star Wars Jedi Knight: Dark Forces II
Star Wars Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy
Star Wars Jedi Knight: Mysteries of the Sith
Star Wars Republic Commando™
Star Wars Starfighter™
Star Wars: Dark Forces
Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic
The Dig®
The Secret of Monkey Island™: Special Edition

Usual package price - £87.84
Sale price - £34.99


I think the THQ one is especially great value, particulary if you're an RTS fan - you get every Company of Heroes game plus every Dawn of War game, not to mention every Red Faction game plus some great others like Saints Row 2 and STALKER. Some of them are such recent releases that you'd paid around £20 individually but you get that whole lot for £26.49!
#27
reddragon105
No one has mentioned either the THQ Complete Pack or the LucasArts Premier Pack. These are excellent value because of the sheer number of games included. You get: ...........

They have been mentioned in other deals. There's a deal for the entire week of Steam Deals, and there's also a deal for those two packs I think...
[helper]#28
[QUOTE=reddragon105]No one has mentioned either the THQ Complete Pack or the LucasArts Premier Pack.
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/538592/thq-complete-pack-19-games-26-steam
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/540836/steam-deal-lucasarts-premier-pack-6
#29
I meant in this thread, and I haven't seen the others.
#30
Top deal. Picked up L4D. Been waiting on this since playing the demo weekend.

Be aware that it is 4897Mb in size.

I have moved my steam directory to my I drive *virtual dir link), but my C drive only has 2.5Gb free and this is the drive it checks for free space, so I cant actually install it yet! LOL
#31
Bought Left4Dead. HUGE bargain.

Cheers OP.
#32
Is there any way to check the size of the downloads before you buy them?
I only have a 5 gig allowance & I get caned if I go over that.
#33
Bleary123
Is there any way to check the size of the downloads before you buy them?
I only have a 5 gig allowance & I get caned if I go over that.


Not as far as I know, it's one of the problems with steam. Other digital download services list sizes, but steam's downloads can sometimes be a lot bigger so that method won't always be accurate (but would at least allow you to dismiss some).

If you've only got 5GB then a lot of them are going to be too big.
#34
I'm going to download some of my purchases at work, and use the 'backup' feature to bring them home. Is that an option for you?
#35
jazid;7037554
Top deal. Picked up L4D. Been waiting on this since playing the demo weekend.

Be aware that it is 4897Mb in size.

I have moved my steam directory to my I drive *virtual dir link), but my C drive only has 2.5Gb free and this is the drive it checks for free space, so I cant actually install it yet! LOL


cant you get an another drive, internal or external drive
#36
seanmc172;7034804
Anyone no if trine is any good without a joypad been playing demo on ps3 and its gr8 but don't wanna pay £17

its better with a keyboard/mouse anyway
#37
Ok found the answer to my own question, posted here incase anyone else finds it useful. Yes I do have another drive, but have clearly take a complicated route to this solution. Heres the simple solution:

"I'd like to have Steam install my games on a different location on my hard drive or to a different drive altogether. How can I do this?"
https://support.steampowered.com/kb_article.php?ref=7710-TDLC-0426
#38
Considering you can buy these games used for less and have some resale, ability to move to other machines It just find steam (and pc gamming) a complete waste of time.
#39
Good deal - I always wanted to try Left 4 Dead and will give Steam a chance.
A little disappointed that the download speed seems to be set below 2Mbps but no major problem.
#40
live2giveuk;7034802
i bought left 4 dead 2, it sucks compared to the first


I'm still torn, but I prefer the original group of characters, I also love many of the survival areas in L4D. The sequel's melee weapons are of no interest to me as I dual pistol.

alera;7040109
Considering you can buy these games used for less and have some resale, ability to move to other machines It just find steam (and pc gamming) a complete waste of time.


A preowned copy of L4D is completely useless as you won't be able to play online :thumbsup: It's a scorching price and well worth picking up.

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