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GTA V PC [Social Club DRM] £16.14 + Mysetry Game / Homefront: The Revolution [Steam] PC £8.32 + Mystery game @ GMG (Using code/logged in)
GTA V PC [Social Club DRM]  £16.14 + Mysetry Game  / Homefront: The Revolution [Steam] PC £8.32 + Mystery game @ GMG (Using code/logged in)

GTA V PC [Social Club DRM] £16.14 + Mysetry Game / Homefront: The Revolution [Steam] PC £8.32 + Mystery game @ GMG (Using code/logged in)

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GTA V - PC

It's still dropping! Use code CYBER15 to drop the price down. Don't forget you need to be logged in to get the price at £18.99. Alse the free game promo is still on, so that's a bonus.

Brief info
Turn the streets of Los Santos into a stylish electronic videogame battle to the death with the latest update to GTA Online. Achieve hyper speed on the futuristic Nagasaki Shotaro and demolish foes with the power of your light trail in the new Adversary Mode, Deadline.

http://i.imgur.com/dXcEuc2.png

Homefront: The Revolution

Same on Homefront: The revolution too - £8.32 including the free game using the same code (logged in as per) - Homefront Linky


Brief Info
Homefront: The Revolution is an open-world first person shooter where you must lead the Resistance movement in guerrilla warfare against a superior military force.

A living, breathing, open world responds to your actions - you and your Resistance Cell can inspire a rebellion on the streets and turn Occupation into Revolution, as oppressed civilians take up the fight.

But your enemy has the advantage - superior technology, firepower, heavy armour and air support. You must learn the art of guerrilla warfare – ambush, sabotage, infiltration, deception – and fight a running battle through the war-ravaged suburbs of Philadelphia.
http://i.imgur.com/OuFOYvZ.png

21 Comments

SuperEd

Damn, this rate will be free in http://img.tesco.com/Groceries/pi/252/5050083545252/IDShot_540x540.jpg

goonertillidie

Damn, this rate will be free in



​lol!

Can this be activated on steam or is it separate?

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mylesfitz

Can this be activated on steam or is it separate?


GTA V is on R* Social club and Homefront is on Steam. You can obviously add GTA as a game to your Steam Library, but not quite the same
Edited by: "NeoTrix" 28th Nov 2016

mylesfitz

Can this be activated on steam or is it separate?



GTA V is £19.99 in the Steam sale at the moment. I happily paid the extra few quid to have it on there. The OCD freak in me wouldn't have let me sleep otherwise!

JonBetts2004

GTA V is £19.99 in the Steam sale at the moment. I happily paid the extra … GTA V is £19.99 in the Steam sale at the moment. I happily paid the extra few quid to have it on there. The OCD freak in me wouldn't have let me sleep otherwise!


People like you are the reason steam now has a monopoly on the pc gaming market with the worst customer support out there.
Edited by: "vegalz0r" 28th Nov 2016

vegalz0r

People like you are the reason steam now has now a monopoly on the pc … People like you are the reason steam now has now a monopoly on the pc gaming market with the worst customer support out there.



Well at least we got refunds now!

JonBetts2004

GTA V is £19.99 in the Steam sale at the moment. I happily paid the extra … GTA V is £19.99 in the Steam sale at the moment. I happily paid the extra few quid to have it on there. The OCD freak in me wouldn't have let me sleep otherwise!



Agree; it would be ok on uplay or origin or gog; but the fact it needs it's own rockstar account is a pain.

Good price considering it seems rockstar wants to keep it expensive forever. Far too many games out there for me to bother with it until it gets to £3.74, if ever

notos

Good price considering it seems rockstar wants to keep it expensive … Good price considering it seems rockstar wants to keep it expensive forever. Far too many games out there for me to bother with it until it gets to £3.74, if ever



On console it still makes it into the top 10 almost every week; so they have no need to reduce it yet.

Can anyone recommend Homefront at this price?

vegalz0r

People like you are the reason steam now has now a monopoly on the pc … People like you are the reason steam now has now a monopoly on the pc gaming market with the worst customer support out there.



I apologise that my need to have all my games in one place affects you so much.

is this cdkey or dvd?

JonBetts2004

I apologise that my need to have all my games in one place affects you so … I apologise that my need to have all my games in one place affects you so much.


It affects all of us. Don't be so short sighted.

Edited by: "vegalz0r" 28th Nov 2016

what mystery game did you get, anything good?

I think there should be a law to let you switch the game to different platform just like swithing your phone network with a PAC code.

JonBetts2004

I apologise that my need to have all my games in one place affects you so … I apologise that my need to have all my games in one place affects you so much.



You arent alone, I like to keep all my games in one place too.

It's worth paying more for the Steam edition IMO. I ended up getting this from GMG a couple of days ago not realising it's rockstar social club and have already run into difficulties. The download client does not have a way to rate-limit the download of the 60GB game (an install of NetLimiter and I'm ready to resume my download later, except I'm not...). The installer doesn't have a user-level concept of resume and doesn't tell you what's wrong, hint: you have to browse to your install folder manually and run the launcher as an admin.

With Steam you click install once and never have to worry about your game installing correctly or being behind with patches. There's also confidence that in 2-3 years, if the third-party drm platform the game is using is shutdown (e.g. numerous GFWL titles), Steam users will get a free decoupled upgrade. Additionally, games such as BioShock and Skyrim have had their remasters made free for Steam owners of previous games. If I want to play GTA V a few years in the future, I'm not confident I'll be able to via RSSC.
Edited by: "andyxl987" 29th Nov 2016

vegalz0r

People like you are the reason steam now has a monopoly on the pc gaming … People like you are the reason steam now has a monopoly on the pc gaming market with the worst customer support out there.



So people aren't allowed to buy what they want cos you think like that? I'd happily pay a little more for a version on steam than on the R* club as it's poop compared.

vegalz0r

It affects all of us. Don't be so short sighted.



Haha most lame comments of the day gg
Edited by: "Snakeyes646" 29th Nov 2016

xavierzzz

I think there should be a law to let you switch the game to different … I think there should be a law to let you switch the game to different platform just like swithing your phone network with a PAC code.



​taken me a week to come across this thread, but this is one of the best ideas on ownership of digital content I've heard, cand you imagine the price wars between origin, uplay, steam etc if we could migrate our games via a pac code style system to other platforms. that would be awesome. and apple would also sh** themselves. kudos dude
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