Gamefly Sale - 86 Games to choose from  includes Batman Arkham Asylum GOTY £2.49 / Sim city 4 Deluxe for £3.99 / Just Cause 2 £3.49 / Batman: Arkham City £4.99 / Far Cry £1.25  / GTA IV £4.99 / Tomb Raider £3.75 / LA Noire £4.99 +Extra 10% with code
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Gamefly Sale - 86 Games to choose from includes Batman Arkham Asylum GOTY £2.49 / Sim city 4 Deluxe for £3.99 / Just Cause 2 £3.49 / Batman: Arkham City £4.99 / Far Cry £1.25 / GTA IV £4.99 / Tomb Raider £3.75 / LA Noire £4.99 +Extra 10% with code

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SuperEd
Found 19th Jun 2012
All games that were on offer over the lasdt 2 weeks are now back all in one go + get an extra 10% off with code HOTUK0611

Includes
Just cause 2 £3.49 + code
LA Noire £4.99 + code
GTA IV £4.99 + code
MW2 £9.99 + code
Mafia ii £4.99 + Code
Tomb Raider £2.49 + Code
Prototype £3.75 + code
The Witcher: Enhanced Edition Director's Cut £3.49 + code
Gun £1.99 + code
Far Cry £1.25 + code
Rift £4.99 with code
Batman: Arkham Asylum Game Of The Year Edition £2.49
Sim city 4 deluxe £3.99 + Code
Blur £3.75 + Code
Bioshock2 £4.99 + Code
Rainbow Vegas 2 £1.75 with code
Batman: Arkham City £4.99 + Code
Driver £4.99 + Code
Call Of Juarez - The Cartel £3.75 + Code
Dead island £7.99 + Code
From Dust £2.99 + Code
Risen £4.49 + code
Fallout 3 GOTY £9.99 + code
Jurassic park £4.99 + code

38 Comments

linky no worky

L.A. Noire is also 4.99 in the sale - 4.49 with code!

can anyone confirm that the Witcher code can be used for legitimate download on gog.com ? I want to play it, but DRM free - not through the Gamefly client...

Good to see Gamefly putting on some decent deals lately after the weak start they had when they took over D2D.

Arkham Asylum GOTY £2.49? Might skip getting my subway for dinner and buy this instead. Heat

Average sale prices, but they will be cheaper next Thursday when the steam sale starts.

Steam sales are overrated.

Any of these gamefly games use steam?

Is there any DLC for LA Noire? £4.50 seems a good price but not if you are only buying part of a game which the horrid industry seems to force on us now.

Nice one, have some heat.

wonkyleg

Steam sales are overrated.Any of these gamefly games use steam?



Hahahaha

Arkham city seems really worth a look at £4.50 equiv.

but still I will wait for steam

rumsbymichael

can anyone confirm that the Witcher code can be used for legitimate … can anyone confirm that the Witcher code can be used for legitimate download on http://www.gog.com ? I want to play it, but DRM free - not through the Gamefly client...

Don't think so buddy, think it's at least a steam code. Worth contacting them via email. I'd advise against getting it though, the game is addictive and will destroy your life
Edited by: "abch4" 19th Jun 2012

These prices are more like it. Maybe the publishers will learn and lower the RRP on new content..

Prices like this Piracy is going to look less likely!

Anyone know if Vegas 2 is Steam activated?

Not interested in any of these really (have a fair few of them); will wait for the steam sale next week (hopefully).

Prices like this Piracy is going to look less likely!



I don't think it's just about piracy. I think there's generally 3 type of people who buy games (some people will pirate games whether they cost £50 or £5):

1. People with lots of disposable income who are happy to shell out £40-£50 for the latest titles
2. People who have to have to the latest online games because they want to play them when their friends are playing and when the game servers are most active
3. People who are quite willing to wait for a game to drop down to a price they consider reasonable. They don't care about the playing the latest, most recent releases. They just like playing games, it doesn't matter if it was released yesterday or two years ago.

Personally I (and I suspect most people who use this website) fit into the third category. I don't see the point in buying a console game for £45 when I can wait a few months and pick it up for £15, wait a few more months and get it in a 3 for £20 deal, or wait another few months and get it 4 for £20. Same with PC games, which is why Steam has been such a massive success (it caters for all the above categories of people), and it's something EA clearly don't understand (with the announcement that Origin won't be doing Steam style sales).

Nihilius

Hahahaha



What's so funny?

You know there is a difference between "Steam sales" and "Steam", right? And that a gamer may want to purchase elsewhere but still use Steam?

We'll have a proper discussion on it when you've grown more than one brain cell.

Hahahaha
Edited by: "wonkyleg" 19th Jun 2012

Heat added great prices.

Civ 5 says it requires Steam. Awesome.

flawed

Same with PC games, which is why Steam has been such a massive success … Same with PC games, which is why Steam has been such a massive success (it caters for all the above categories of people), and it's something EA clearly don't understand (with the announcement that Origin won't be doing Steam style sales).



Though it didn't stop Origin having a massive reduction sale:

eurogamer.net/art…off
Edited by: "bob_hoskins" 19th Jun 2012

Anyone know if the Arkham City would work with Steam? CBA for ANOTHER client.

rumsbymichael

can anyone confirm that the Witcher code can be used for legitimate … can anyone confirm that the Witcher code can be used for legitimate download on http://www.gog.com ? I want to play it, but DRM free - not through the Gamefly client...



gog.com/en/…up/

I can only presume you can.

Very nice, might pick up R6 Vegas and do some co op with mate.

hassi94

Anyone know if Vegas 2 is Steam activated?Not interested in any of these … Anyone know if Vegas 2 is Steam activated?Not interested in any of these really (have a fair few of them); will wait for the steam sale next week (hopefully).



Would love to know this as well!

londonstinks

Would love to know this as well!



No, its Ubisoft and as far as I am aware no Ubisoft titles to date have been redeemable on Steam.

Gavinge

Civ 5 says it requires Steam. Awesome.



i want to get Civ V as well but the game of the year edition not the normal version, but i always miss the promo was hoping it would go cheap cos of the expansion coming out in 2-3 days but oh well

Ordered Batman: Arkham Asylum Game Of The Year Edition
Edited by: "chrisvenn" 19th Jun 2012

Batman Arkham City would not register on Steam for me, the code looked like it would as it's one of the correct formats. Ah well it was cheap and the only game ive bought on Gamefly that didn't activate on Steam.

Any idea anyone wether arkham city and mafia 2 will have code for steam?

I'm not ordering from them until they give me back all the games I bought and paid for from direct2drive that they have stolen from me.

Think the ones that can be activated on steam have it in the requirements section on the game page

where do we get the serial codes for the games that we download?

nevermind found it
Edited by: "chrisvenn" 19th Jun 2012

chrisvenn

where do we get the serial codes for the games that we download?nevermind … where do we get the serial codes for the games that we download?nevermind found it


Do the serials work on steam and what games did u get?

nerd187

Do the serials work on steam and what games did u get?



I got the 1st batman game and no it didnt work on steam, will work under games for windows live tho with achievements.

Went for Arkham City, cheers!

flawed

I don't think it's just about piracy. I think there's generally 3 type of … I don't think it's just about piracy. I think there's generally 3 type of people who buy games (some people will pirate games whether they cost £50 or £5):1. People with lots of disposable income who are happy to shell out £40-£50 for the latest titles2. People who have to have to the latest online games because they want to play them when their friends are playing and when the game servers are most active3. People who are quite willing to wait for a game to drop down to a price they consider reasonable. They don't care about the playing the latest, most recent releases. They just like playing games, it doesn't matter if it was released yesterday or two years ago.Personally I (and I suspect most people who use this website) fit into the third category. I don't see the point in buying a console game for £45 when I can wait a few months and pick it up for £15, wait a few more months and get it in a 3 for £20 deal, or wait another few months and get it 4 for £20. Same with PC games, which is why Steam has been such a massive success (it caters for all the above categories of people), and it's something EA clearly don't understand (with the announcement that Origin won't be doing Steam style sales).



I definitely fit into the 3rd category as I never buy a game until it has dropped right down in price though that is also partly due to the fact that I'm not enough of a gamer to warrant spending loads on the latest games. These type of sales are right up my street though, which is why Rainbow Six Vegas 2 now finds itself in my list of games owned.

My son fits into the 2nd category. He has loads of games but will still always buy the latest games to play. Unfortunately for him though, as he has just bought a house with his fiancee, I suspect that particular trait may well be coming to an end even if he doesn't actually know it yet.

Edited by: "Robbo11" 19th Jun 2012

can you backup these games to disc for the future, or do you have to use gamefly client to install play each time.

Is the Jurassic Park game any good?

Jas10

Is the Jurassic Park game any good?


No. If its the telltale games one it's a terrible point and click. Luckily they have got better with this genre with the release of the walking dead games

Sale ended btw. 10% code still works.
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