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THQ Complete Pack 19 Games £26.00 @ Steam

£26.00 @ Steam
Individual price £209.82 Package price £52.99 Early Holiday Sale: Save 50% through Monday -£26.50 Cost to you £26.49 Games include Red Faction series, Company of heroes, stalker etc What more… Read More
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7y, 7m agoFound 7 years, 7 months ago
Individual price £209.82
Package price £52.99
Early Holiday Sale: Save 50% through Monday -£26.50
Cost to you £26.49

Games include Red Faction series, Company of heroes, stalker etc

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#1
http://cdn.steampowered.com/v/gfx/subs/2539/header.jpg?t=1259182156
#2
Can't go wrong at that price! =]
#3
Items included:
Company of Heroes
Released 17 Jul 200793£9.99
Company of Heroes: Opposing Fronts
Released 24 Sep 200787£9.99
Company of Heroes: Tales of Valor
Released 8 Apr 200970£9.99
Frontlines™: Fuel of War™
Released 29 Feb 200873£14.99
Full Spectrum Warrior
Released 17 Jul 200780£5.99
Full Spectrum Warrior: Ten Hammers
Released 17 Jul 200770£4.99
Juiced 2: Hot Import Nights
Released 13 Oct 200761£9.99
Red Faction
Released 5 Aug 200978£4.99
Red Faction Guerrilla
Released 17 Sep 2009£34.99
Red Faction II
Released 6 Aug 200964£4.99
S.T.A.L.K.E.R.: Shadow of Chernobyl
Released 31 Aug 200782£13.99
Saints Row 2
Released 29 Jan 200972£14.99
Titan Quest
Released 17 Jul 200777£9.99
Titan Quest - Immortal Throne
Released 17 Jul 200780£9.99
Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War - Dark Crusade
Released 7 Aug 200787£9.99
Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War - Gold Edition
Released 7 Aug 200786£9.99
Warhammer 40K: Dawn of War - Soulstorm
Released 7 Mar 200873£9.99
Warhammer® 40,000™: Dawn of War® II
Released 19 Feb 200985£19.99

£209.82
£52.99
-£26.50 Individual price
Package price
Early Holiday Sale: Save
#4
D: Cry.. Just went to post this.
#5
Such a good deal, shame I've already got half of these games.
#6
I don't have many games at all, in fact none of these, but I barely have a decent enough computer to play most of them. Wonder if I should buy now to add to my steam account, and I can try play the older less computer-intensive ones for now. Hmm.
#7
Good deal, ta!
#8
great deal but just so you know its 18 games ;)
#9
Fantastic deal as I only own one of those games, and on the 360 too. I don't know when I will play them all, but too good to pass up. I love steam sales!
#10
Cheap gone off pc games these days tho.

Bargain for pc gamers tho.
#11
how does steam work? - do you download the games? are any of these real time strategy games?
#12
tedster209
how does steam work? - do you download the games? are any of these real time strategy games?


Dawn of war is in RTS.

You need to hurry up, the offers change in 30 minutes.
#13
great however steam accounts are too easy to hack I already lost mine with several PAID games on I won't ever get another. A quick way to lose cash. People have steam account generators to easily find your username/pass combo. Mine was hard to crack also. So voted cold.
#14
Hoaxs
Dawn of war is in RTS.

You need to hurry up, the offers change in 30 minutes.


This was all posted yesterday, but anyway.

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/538540/steam-5-day-sale-grid-3-74-dragon-a

THQ offer runs through till Monday. 25 mins to buy the games below the timer.
#15
Bynar010
This was all posted yesterday, but anyway.

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/538540/steam-5-day-sale-grid-3-74-dragon-a

THQ offer runs through till Monday. 25 mins to buy the games below the timer.


Your are correct, didn't see the sticker saying "Through Monday"

Looking forward to the next bargins.
#16
vhero
great however steam accounts are too easy to hack I already lost mine with several PAID games on I won't ever get another. A quick way to lose cash. People have steam account generators to easily find your username/pass combo. Mine was hard to crack also. So voted cold.


ok took your advice got 28 char password dont think that is crackable?

bought it as got new rig - want to try it out studio xps 435mt - there goes the wknd
#17
vhero
great however steam accounts are too easy to hack I already lost mine with several PAID games on I won't ever get another. A quick way to lose cash. People have steam account generators to easily find your username/pass combo. Mine was hard to crack also. So voted cold.


That's the first time I've ever heard anyone say that about Steam.

I've had my Steam account since the launch of Half Life 2 and it's never been cracked yet. I guess I'm just lucky eh(!)
#18
vhero
great however steam accounts are too easy to hack I already lost mine with several PAID games on I won't ever get another. A quick way to lose cash. People have steam account generators to easily find your username/pass combo. Mine was hard to crack also. So voted cold.


Contact Steam (kinda obvious, no?). You'll have your account back and running within 48 hours.
#19
Agreed not insulting you but I've never heard of anything like that happening to Steam accounts.
#20
vhero
great however steam accounts are too easy to hack I already lost mine with several PAID games on I won't ever get another. A quick way to lose cash. People have steam account generators to easily find your username/pass combo. Mine was hard to crack also. So voted cold.


same , mine was hacked twice over the years, not worth it
#21
This is why Steam is king of PC game sales.
#22
Had my account since steam started. My account has never been hacked, but my password features some numbers in it too. There has been some phishing e-mails going about to get steam accounts.
#23
not worth any thing if not secure and you are hacked, voted cold...
#24
Bully
same , mine was hacked twice over the years, not worth it

They are not going to guess it.
Either you downloaded a virus or gave it away to someone
I had mine 3 years with a simple letter password and it has not been cracked.
Its like any account online. It has no more risk
#25
Lets get these things into perspective here.

The chances of a hacker picking your email address then spending hours brute-forcing the PW is extremely unlikely. The chances of an idiot going to a website thinking its steam and entering his username/details seems far more likely.

Steam is perfectly safe and the clowns voting cold because someone has said it is'nt on the internet are probaly the exact same ones that think they are invinible online because they use avg and run spybot 8 times a day.
#26
This is a great deal!

Gotta love red faction! Nothing more fun than wandering round with a sledgehammer and destroying everything in your path.

Add to that the other 17 games and your on to a winner!
#27
Indeed no one should think otherwise, steam is very secure and a great place to purchase games ! Pretty much the only reason you would lose your pass, as with any password on anything .. would be your own fault

Reminds me of the times i saw people going crazy, i've been hacked ! How did it happen ? I don't know .. it definitely wasn't the guy i gave my password to just now that would be crazy.
#28
vhero
great however steam accounts are too easy to hack I already lost mine with several PAID games on I won't ever get another. A quick way to lose cash. People have steam account generators to easily find your username/pass combo. Mine was hard to crack also. So voted cold.


Why vote cold?
Its a good deal.
Vote cold if you find it cheaper somewhere else.
#29
hero2zer0
Lets get these things into perspective here.

The chances of a hacker picking your email address then spending hours brute-forcing the PW is extremely unlikely. The chances of an idiot going to a website thinking its steam and entering his username/details seems far more likely.

Steam is perfectly safe and the clowns voting cold because someone has said it is'nt on the internet are probaly the exact same ones that think they are invinible online because they use avg and run spybot 8 times a day.


QFT!

been a steam user since 2004, got a ton of games on there and not had any issues whatsoever with my account. as you said the only really way to get hacked is if people are dumb enough to click on links they get sent via e-mail or they gave it to someone.

Hot Deal, i want to buy it but dunno if i should seeing as ive spent alot already at this time of year.
#30
Wow. £1.44 a game and considering Dawn of War GOld edition was sold as two games, even better value.
#31
Does anyone know if you buy this, can you gift any of the games that you already own?
#32
bohemianellie
Does anyone know if you buy this, can you gift any of the games that you already own?

I don't think so
1 Like #33
Nope. You can only gift the whole pack. They can't be split up.

As far as I know, you can only gift extra copies of games made exclusively by Valve.
#34
darkspark88
Nope. You can only gift the whole pack. They can't be split up.

As far as I know, you can only gift extra copies of games made exclusively by Valve.


Yeah, only games that Valve specifically say can be gifted as part of a pack, can be gifted.

Also, I got this <3
#35
that is a great deal..heat added. Sadly, I have COH+expansions..worth that price alone! Dawn of war is also a great buy, Dawn of war 2 a skip (sadly I bought that two).
#36
tedster209
how does steam work? - do you download the games? are any of these real time strategy games?


Steam works much like all the other digital distribution services, Impulse (Stardock Central), GamersGate, Direct2Drive, EADM etc.

If you haven't used any of them then the basic idea is that you buy games and they're tied to an account, you then download and install them whenever you like - either from a client program or from the company's website. Whether you can play the game without an internet connection depends on the game, I know the steam version of CoH requires you to authenticate with the THQ server so I suspect that one requires an internet connection but I'm not sure about the other games in this pack.

I would rate Steam near the bottom of the pack personally, it doesn't have any deal breaking features like Gameplanet's 3 download limit but I find the steam client very, very annoying. It installs itself on startup without your permission, it's required to be running to play most games bought from steam, when the steam servers are down you can't play games, it won't let you play a game until you've installed the latest update - even for singleplayer games - and quite a few other things.

Still, if THQ insist on only offering their deals on one platform what can you do? Silly publishers.
#37
microsnakey
They are not going to guess it.
Either you downloaded a virus or gave it away to someone
I had mine 3 years with a simple letter password and it has not been cracked.
Its like any account online. It has no more risk


No and No
#38
i personally prefer to download back up copies of games which i legitimately own for free, honest, i promise
#39
not many good titles there.

cheap tactics gaining customers by offering quantity rather then quality, just like M$.

EDIT: its a waste downloading half of them especially if you dont have unlimited broadband, if you dont then youll end up paying more lol.
#40
EndlessWaves
Steam works much like all the other digital distribution services, Impulse (Stardock Central), GamersGate, Direct2Drive, EADM etc.

If you haven't used any of them then the basic idea is that you buy games and they're tied to an account, you then download and install them whenever you like - either from a client program or from the company's website. Whether you can play the game without an internet connection depends on the game, I know the steam version of CoH requires you to authenticate with the THQ server so I suspect that one requires an internet connection but I'm not sure about the other games in this pack.

I would rate Steam near the bottom of the pack personally, it doesn't have any deal breaking features like Gameplanet's 3 download limit but I find the steam client very, very annoying. It installs itself on startup without your permission, it's required to be running to play most games bought from steam, when the steam servers are down you can't play games, it won't let you play a game until you've installed the latest update - even for singleplayer games - and quite a few other things.

Still, if THQ insist on only offering their deals on one platform what can you do? Silly publishers.


You can play games offline. After about a minute if Steam can't connect to the internet, you enter Steam in "Offline Mode". You can play games when the servers are down, because obviously the servers aren't there to authenticate, therefore it's as if you're offline. Of course that isn't the case for when you first install a game, but applies after it's first authentication, which is very painless these days.

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