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Steam 24hrs only: BF2 Complete £7.49, World of Goo £4.24, Guild Wars Trilogy £14.99 and more ** PC **
Steam 24hrs only: BF2 Complete £7.49, World of Goo £4.24, Guild Wars Trilogy £14.99 and more ** PC **

Steam 24hrs only: BF2 Complete £7.49, World of Goo £4.24, Guild Wars Trilogy £14.99 and more ** PC **

£7.49 Battlefield 2 Complete
£3.74 EVE Online Apocrypha
£1.74 Lucidity
£9.99 Trackmania Forever
£9.99 Prince of Persia
£4.24 World of Goo
£14.99 Guild Wars Trilogy

others to follow.

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Original Poster

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battlefield 2 catches my eye, but im thinking, why order this, when i can preorder battlefield bc2?

Technically, this post is a dupe of mine which was posted 2mins earlier, but as you've already got a pic, I'll just expire mine

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InfernoZeus;7044324

Technically, this post is a dupe of mine which was posted 2mins earlier, … Technically, this post is a dupe of mine which was posted 2mins earlier, but as you've already got a pic, I'll just expire mine



This was the first post (of many I fear :-D )
Already been duped twice in 5 minutes

Guild Wars is tempting, on their site there is a promotion that if you buy any of their campaigns, you get the newest one free - but I dont think that applys here

That's a pretty weak selection tbh. I still think Day 1 was the best.

Lucidity is worth it, and I'm tempted by BF2 but I'm sure you can pick it up at that price any time of the year.

FYI,
BF2 is still a fun game, but Battlefield Heroes is FREE and well worth playing if you fancy saving some £ and dont mind the cartoony take on the series.

Also Trackmania is a fantastic game BUT I have heard it has damn awful copy protection (even on the download client version) - so I would advise at least doing some research before you buy and install this game.

Some of the other games look good, but I certainly dont have the time to play Eve Online anymore.

Anyone with experience of World of Goo or Lucidity?

World of Goo is good, but about a month the company behind the game allowed you to pay anything you like for it so in terms of value this offer isn't excellent. Great fun game though.

Better to get guild wars from play, this doesn't seem to include Eye of the North.

play.com/Gam…GQ6

Bought World of Goo for my dad for Xmas.

If you wanna buy any of these offer games as Xmas pressies, you can gift them to one of your other email addresses (one not bound to a steam account), and then resend it to the intended recipient's email address closer to Xmas. As long as you didnt activate the original email, you can resent it to a different email address.

Is it just to download the EVE online client? Which is free from their website?
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