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Steam £50 Wallet £45.59 (with FB Code) @ CDKeys

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Not a bad deal especially if you are getting ready for the release of No Mans Sky tomorrow and want it from steam you will be paying £40. This deal is with the FB code - sign in to use. Read More
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8m, 2w agoFound 8 months, 2 weeks ago
Not a bad deal especially if you are getting ready for the release of No Mans Sky tomorrow and want it from steam you will be paying £40.

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It's £39.99 DRM free on GOG, so why bother with Steam?
and a 30 day money back guarantee.
No Facebook needed either.
#2
bensimmo
It's £39.99 DRM free on GOG, so why bother with Steam?
and a 30 day money back guarantee.
No Facebook needed either.


ignore me, was looking as though you were posting a NMS deal.

Edited By: bensimmo on Aug 11, 2016 09:15: typo
#3
Honestly, it's been like that since the steam summer sale started. £47.99 is the normal price for cdkeys I would say. It was £46.99 (£44.64) before the summer sale and it's been cheaper a couple of months ago.
#4
BluCola
Honestly, it's been like that since the steam summer sale started. £47.99 is the normal price for cdkeys I would say. It was £46.99 (£44.64) before the summer sale and it's been cheaper a couple of months ago.
yeah i know its not the best deal but technically anything below 50 is free money so not complaining - also im getting ready for no mans sky on steam hope its good!

Edited By: dealhunter12_34 on Aug 11, 2016 10:18
#5
I got this last November for about £42.50 inc. Facebook code. Took me 8 months to actually use it seeing how bad Steam sales are these days. Still worth it at any discounted price if you choose to to buy off Steam.

Regarding refunds from GOG, aren't they only applicable if you can prove that you're having technical difficulties with the game, rather than being able to try it for a couple of hours and refund it if you don't like it, as you can on Steam?
#6
I wonder how many NMS refunds they will process this weekend... I still want to play it but not at that price.
#7
Huh, people still buy direct from Steam? :D

Heat OP.
#8
bensimmo
It's £39.99 DRM free on GOG, so why bother with Steam?
and a 30 day money back guarantee.
No Facebook needed either.
This is basically 9% off Steam credit, so a £39.99 game such as No Man's Sky would effectively cost £36.46 if you topped up your Steam wallet this way.
And some people will still want the game on Steam rather than GoG because that's where they have all/most of their games, so they want the technicality of it being in their Steam library, Steam achievements, etc. Small differences but enough to make up people's minds when they're deciding where to buy from, and you can also get a refund from Steam for any reason if you want to.




MBeeching
I wonder how many NMS refunds they will process this weekend... I still want to play it but not at that price.
My feelings about it have been all over the place - from 'Wow, that looks great, I'll be pre-ordering that!' to 'Hmm, I'll wait and see what the reviews are like and watch some gameplay videos before I decide.' Then I started getting really psyched for it about a week ago and was all ready to pay £40 for it, but then I've been watching some gameplay videos and I'm not sure how long it will keep me occupied for. It looks and sounds great but the actual gameplay seems pretty basic so it all depends how long the novelty takes to wear off, which might not be long. So I think I'll be waiting for the inevitable 50% discount at Christmas. In the meantime, it has prompted me to finally get into Elite: Dangerous properly, so I'm now past the steep learning curve in that game and am actually enjoying it!
#9
Hows this a deal? Steam mark up all games by 20-40%

Only time this is worth anything is the winter sale
#10
bensimmo
It's £39.99 DRM free on GOG, so why bother with Steam?
and a 30 day money back guarantee.
No Facebook needed either.

I cant be bothered with all the patching and **** around in GOG. Times have moved on and i cant be arsed to update games myself.
#11
seanmorris100
Hows this a deal? Steam mark up all games by 20-40%

Only time this is worth anything is the winter sale


They are expensive but the games doesnt appear to be available anywhere!!
#12
faster4233
bensimmo
It's £39.99 DRM free on GOG, so why bother with Steam?
and a 30 day money back guarantee.
No Facebook needed either.

I cant be bothered with all the patching and **** around in GOG. Times have moved on and i cant be arsed to update games myself.


You don't have to, GOG also has their own client which auto-updates games (GOG Galaxy)
#13
I did this for the Summer Sale, shame its not as low as last year though. A good way to get a few extra % of steam titles. I was going to do this for No Man's Sky as being a steam direct purchase I could get a refund if needed.
#14
MBeeching
I wonder how many NMS refunds they will process this weekend... I still want to play it but not at that price.

Tons. Nobody really knew what the game was and made up a game in their own minds. I think the pre-owned market is going to be flooded with PS4 copies within a couple of weeks from now. The whole thing has just been rotten.
#15
faster4233
seanmorris100
Hows this a deal? Steam mark up all games by 20-40%

Only time this is worth anything is the winter sale

They are expensive but the games doesnt appear to be available anywhere!!

It's a digital only game for PC. There are no retail codes to be found and ergo no means to get it on the cheap.

If you wanted to save a few quid then your best option would probably be to try buying it through GOG via a VPN but I would urge anybody against buying this game tbh.
#16
Spark
MBeeching
I wonder how many NMS refunds they will process this weekend... I still want to play it but not at that price.
Tons. Nobody really knew what the game was and made up a game in their own minds.

I hit the nail on the head over a month ago8)
#17
MBeeching
Spark
MBeeching
I wonder how many NMS refunds they will process this weekend... I still want to play it but not at that price.
Tons. Nobody really knew what the game was and made up a game in their own minds.
I hit the nail on the head over a month ago8)

I think you were bang on. There are no reviews for the PS4 version really yet because they didn't allow review copies (usually a glaring warning sign right there) and those reviews that do exist aren't too positive.

Although you can obviously disregard the Jim Sterling review because that guy is a tool.
#18
MBeeching
Spark
MBeeching
I wonder how many NMS refunds they will process this weekend... I still want to play it but not at that price.
Tons. Nobody really knew what the game was and made up a game in their own minds.
I hit the nail on the head over a month ago8)
Been saying this since it was first revealed. Gameplay is just too basic and superficial and they never showed any indication of depth. I still want the game eventually but I can wait for a heavy discount.
#19
bensimmo
It's £39.99 DRM free on GOG, so why bother with Steam?
and a 30 day money back guarantee.
No Facebook needed either.
gog?
1 Like #20
lordred12345
gog?

Good Old Games, they specialise in DRM free PC gaming.
I'm pleasantly surprised that NMS is being released with a DRM free option.
#21
They should of called it "No man's money" at £40 as it's very overpriced for it's limited game play.They should of priced it around the £20 mark as im certain there will be a lot of returns on steam for this pretty but shallow game.

It’s yet another game that pushes scale above everything else, but when it comes down to actually playing the thing, size doesn’t account for much.
I do not care that I can explore a universe when that universe contains animals that are just window dressing, lifeforms that stand affixed to one spot, abridged visual novel confrontations, and an endless need to shoot rocks and trees to continue micromanaging every boring detail of my character.

The endless collection of resources needed to refill multiple fuel sources is a total drag, but it’s really the best bit of substance the game has to offer. An incessant journey from planet to planet, zapping carbon and iron out of plants and stones so you can journey to more planets in order to zap more plants and stones.

This constant feeling of chasing one’s own tail for the sheer sake of it. Everything is a chore, everything needs some special sort of fuel source, and there’s not enough room to carry it all. You start out slow, unable to sprint for long, with a terrible jetpack for a modicum of enhanced travel.

Your abilities can have upgrades crafted for them, but upgrades share the same restricted inventory space as everything else, meaning you need to choose between being able to sprint for an acceptable amount of time or being able to carry more things. This becomes less of a problem when you buy bigger starships to carry more loot, but it remains an annoyance and it makes the early game an uphill battle.






Edited By: DARKSABER on Aug 12, 2016 12:38: added
#22
I've found recently that the fb code doesn't work, even when I'm logged in. I read somewhere you can now only use it twice per account (and I don't really want accounts with multiple email addresses). Are other people finding the same?
#23
Didnt work for me. Was logged in, used the code, but PayPal went without discount.

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