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Empire and Napoleon: Total War - Game of the Year Edition - £9.99 (75% OFF) @ GreenManGaming.com
Empire and Napoleon: Total War - Game of the Year Edition - £9.99 (75% OFF) @ GreenManGaming.com

Empire and Napoleon: Total War - Game of the Year Edition - £9.99 (75% OFF) @ GreenManGaming.com

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This game requires Steam(TM) in order to install and run and so cannot be traded or refunded.

Two full games - Empire: Total War & Napoleon: Total War with all downloadable content for both titles

Empire: Total War:

Introducing true 3D naval combat for the first time.
Choose from 12 factions and expand your empire over the largest campaign map ever.
Take part in the founding of the United States in the episodic “Road to Independence” campaign.
Includes:

The Warpath Campaign Expansion
The Elite Units Of The West Pack
The Elite Units Of America Pack
The Elite Units Of The East Pack
Special Forces DLC / Empire Pre-Order Units
Napoleon: Total War

Three story-driven campaigns immerse you in the life and battles of Napoleon in Italy, Egypt and across the entire European continent.
Experience the famous conflicts of the Napoleonic age on land and sea: Austerlitz, Trafalgar, Waterloo and many more.
New campaign multiplayer: play online against a friend for the fate of Europe.
Includes:

The Peninsular Campaign Expansion
The Coalition Battle Pack

13 Comments

Nice find. Heat added

HOT, a fiver for each game? Gotta love PC gaming!

Is this for download or a CD? I havent used this site before..?

hmm digital download, i'll give it a miss.

I have still added heat to it.

ive never seen greenman before are they a real company ?

see a few cheap things on there and wouldnt mind getting them
anyone bought from them b4

zimboy69

ive never seen greenman before are they a real company ?see a few cheap … ive never seen greenman before are they a real company ?see a few cheap things on there and wouldnt mind getting them anyone bought from them b4



The whole Greenman philosophy is placing resale value on digital media. I think it's a great idea but have severe doubts that they will be the pioneers.
I certainly admire their goals as there are many instances where I have relied on the value of previous purchases to pursue the new.
Edited by: "MBeeching" 10th Dec 2010

what the hell is quote...Steam(TM) in order to install and run... ?????

charlton111

what the hell is quote...Steam(TM) in order to install and run... ?????



If you haven't used Steam, you haven't played Half-Life 2. Skip this one and play the best game for 10 years. It's in my top 3 of all time

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MBeeching

If you haven't used Steam, you haven't played Half-Life 2. Skip this one … If you haven't used Steam, you haven't played Half-Life 2. Skip this one and play the best game for 10 years. It's in my top 3 of all time



Agreed, Half-Life 2 is truly one of the best games of all time.
And IMO Steam is a must for all PC gamers, having all your games nicely together with stats and achievements and the insane deals they have.

im still a bit lost
is this a digital download ?
are the games second hand ?
what happens when you need a keycode thats been registered with a different account?
is it only for games which havent been registered but you have them in digital form?
how will the company know if you have or havent registered a game ?
are they a trusted company?

Most of their games on their site allow you to trade them back in once you have finished playing them. This game requires Steam to play, and such wont allow you to trade them back in. I've used the site quite a few time and love it. the download speeds are faster than what I normally get and they have some decent offers.

Both games are registerable with Steam too; so you can (if you wish) just get the download key from greenmangaming, register it with Steam, and download the game itself direct from Steam. (which is usually very quick)

Just to chuck this out there, but the offer is still on at Green Man Gaming. It's been on for three days! So much for expiring!

Paid £9.99 with PayPal, got sent two key codes. Went on Steam Library, clicked ADD A GAME and typed in the two codes, both games downloading now - just like any other titles purchased through Steam. Piece of cake.
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