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Job Simulator (PC/Steam/VR) £15.49 price drop from £22.99
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Found 13 h, 45 m agoFound 13 h, 45 m ago
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  1. Found 13 h, 45 m ago
Was looking for some vr games and the 22.99 was a little much for me but if feel this price drop would really help me over any issues with the game getting boring with a couple of … Read more

catbeans5 h, 16 m ago

Tories?Sounds like my life under nu-Labour, except not for £7.50. Thanks …Tories?Sounds like my life under nu-Labour, except not for £7.50. Thanks OP.

No, definitely the tories

And not one of you noticed it had already been posted the day before.

Its £14.99 on the Oculus Store......

anewman3 h, 4 m ago

Do you get £7.50 per hour on a zero hours contract, told they don't have …Do you get £7.50 per hour on a zero hours contract, told they don't have any hours for you this week, and you have to go to wonga dot com to pay your rent, and send up in a spiral of debt?! Then you end up on JSA and you're 4 minutes late for an appointment and you're sanctioned for 6 months? Can't be realistic if it doesn't incorporate these Tory niceties.Wait for the next game, bogus self employment, where you're paid less than minimum wage.


Tories?

Sounds like my life under nu-Labour, except not for £7.50.


Thanks OP.
Edited by: "catbeans" 10 h, 34 m ago

"Endless Overtime" mode added today too (a lot of extra tasks for each job):
uploadvr.com/job…op/
Next 3 Steam sale dates leaked
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Found 21st OctFound 21st Oct
Summary
  1. Found 21st Oct
The dates for the next 3 steam sale has been leaked http://www.pcgamer.com/the-dates-for-this-years-steam-sales-have-been-leaked/ Three developer sources confirmed the dates wit… Read more

markjefford1 h, 24 m ago

g2a are known for selling keys bought with stolen cc details.. just a FYI …g2a are known for selling keys bought with stolen cc details.. just a FYI about a honest trading site.


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Battenberg21st Oct

Absolutely, we need more support for honest trading sites like G2A and …Absolutely, we need more support for honest trading sites like G2A and Kinguin. As an added benefit you can disincentivise games companies participating in bundles that benefit charity by using that goodwill to make yourself a few quid. All of which is of course totally related to Steam sales and therefore totally worth bringing up on this post.+1, quality stuff(!)


g2a are known for selling keys bought with stolen cc details.. just a FYI about a honest trading site.

woohoo -90% on all the games I already own for 5 years, -10% on the stuff I care about.
Could be useful for that person planning to buy Half Life 2 finally

glumglum21st Oct

steam sales suck now. theres enougb competition that their prices are …steam sales suck now. theres enougb competition that their prices are rarely the best.


Not true at all. Finding steam is now quite a bit cheaper than key sites even when the sales aren’t on. Strangely Uplay and Origin seem to be cheaper than key sites aswell.

On a slightly different note, Check allkeyshop.com, they compare all key trading websites (bar legit ones).

reddragon10512 h, 5 m ago

I'd recommend G2A - it's where I sell any spare bundle keys I've got that …I'd recommend G2A - it's where I sell any spare bundle keys I've got that are worth anything substantial. If they're only worth pennies I'll give them away on SteamGifts. G2A will hold your funds for 2 weeks in case of any problems but then you can withdraw to Paypal, bank account, etc. Overall I find it a bit easier to use than Kinguin, just in terms of interface - and I got caught out with Kinguin because, as it turns out, you have to upgrade your account to a merchant account to be able to withdraw money, so I've got about £100 stuck in my account that I can only use to buy more games (which isn't too much of a problem...).I would advise against selling keys on eBay - I used to do that, and it was fine for a while, but then I got targeted by scammers who bought games from me, used the keys and then filed Paypal chargeback claims to get their money back (so it was either someone doing it on purpose knowing they would get away with it, or someone who had managed to hack into someone else's Paypal account, so they didn't care either way). Normally what you would do in cases like this on eBay is to provide proof of postage to show that you had sent the item to the buyer's address and, even if the buyer's claim was successful, you would get to keep the money because Paypal would compensate for you. But as I was selling digital items, there was no proof that I had sent them that eBay/Paypal would accept, so I was forced to give refunds in every case - and not only that, but Paypal charge you something like £14 for every chargeback! I managed to argue away the chargeback fees with Paypal, but I was still out the cost of the games.I know that's just my personal experience and it was a couple of years ago now, so I don't know if eBay has better support for the sale of digital items now, but I'd be very wary of trying to sell on there again. Of course the same thing does happen occasionally with G2A, but they've always got my back so I've never lost anything over it.

Thanks for the advise. I'll try selling it via g2a.

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The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings Enhanced Edition £2.24 (PC/Mac Steam)
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Found 20th OctFound 20th Oct
Summary
  1. Found 20th Oct
A lot of game for the price! The Witcher 2 enhanced edition is also on sale at Steam (the deals for the Witcher and the Witcher 3 have already been posted but I couldn't see a lis… Read more

Original Poster

All finished folks back up to £14.99 for now.

parasitemol2 m ago

I've never had a problem with kinguin but some people on here have claimed …I've never had a problem with kinguin but some people on here have claimed that they've had (or have heard of people who have had) Steam contact them at a later date and take the game away. Stolen keys maybe? I'm not sure, but there are hundreds of sellers on there and *touch wood* I have never had it happen to me. Pay with PayPal and I'm pretty sure you'd be good for a refund anyways.Trustpilot score is actually pretty good.


Thanks for your help.

MoyesIsTheBest14 m ago

What do you mean 'test your luck'?

I've never had a problem with kinguin but some people on here have claimed that they've had (or have heard of people who have had) Steam contact them at a later date and take the game away. Stolen keys maybe? I'm not sure, but there are hundreds of sellers on there and *touch wood* I have never had it happen to me. Pay with PayPal and I'm pretty sure you'd be good for a refund anyways.

Trustpilot score is actually pretty good.

parasitemol2 h, 22 m ago

GOG version is 40p on kinguin if you want to test your luck


What do you mean 'test your luck'?
Dawn of War 3 STEAM Free to Play Weekend & 50% OFF
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Found 20th OctFound 20th Oct
Summary
  1. Found 20th Oct
You can pay Dawn of War 3 free this weekend and it also has a 50% off sale so seems a good time to buy if you enjoy! ABOUT THIS GAME Step into a brutal battle between three warrin… Read more

Hm, tempted but I will wait till it is under a tenner i think which is highly likely by Christmas.

I have this game and am currently struggling my way through single player, but once that is done, it's getting uninstalled. With the larger Hero units you can annihilate the enemy so easily and so it feels dull. Multiplayer got boring and repetitive very quickly. The AI seems pretty rubbish too.
Edited by: "DrDuran" 21st Oct

Sounds so bad I'm not even sure I want to try it for the free weekend

Guys i preordered this and won it on a stream and still wouldnt recommend it lol...

Could of been great but relic is run by monkeys these days and dont listen to anything the fans say, no one wanted whatever this game is, all we wanted was DOW2 mixed with DOW1 and bigger maps, yet got this mess.

There is no friendly fire and every unit melts in seconds, its just spam wars and no vetting on units so you dont even care if they live or die.

Multiplayer is already dead, relic have dished out loads of apologies to the fans and are trying their best to keep this alive, it just wont happen.

Original Poster

domosborne582 h, 54 m ago

Is it worth at this price for the single player?

Give it a go! Free to play this weekend so worst case scenario you know not to buy in the future.

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[Steam] Deponia - 90% off (69p)
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Expires on 30/10/2017Expires on 30/10/2017Found 20th OctFound 20th Oct
Summary
  1. Expires on 30/10/2017
  2. Found 20th Oct
Deponia - Point & Click adventure from 2012 - 8/10 on Gamespot https://www.gamespot.com/reviews/deponia-review/1900-6384274/ In Deponia, the world has degenerated into a v… Read more

3.5/5 on Adventure Gamers (review) which isn't bad. Have some heat.

The american accents irritate my ears just watching the snippets. Nah. I'll pass

HOT. Can't go wrong for 69p. Nice bit of fun for a long plane / train journey etc.
Edited by: "Picard123" 21st Oct
Civilization VI Deluxe - 50% off steam
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Found 19th OctFound 19th Oct
Summary
  1. Found 19th Oct
I just got a random steam coupon offering Civilization VI Deluxe for half price, worth checking. I think it may be because I got the civ v game?

£34.99 when it’s 50% 😩

Original Poster

katrinawhitmore6 m ago

You can Civilzation 2 for free from Humble Bundle …You can Civilzation 2 for free from Humble Bundle :)https://www.humblebundle.com/store/sid-meiers-civilization-iii-complete?linkID=&mcID=102:59e7b4f30fab4e41698a4932:ot:594c4a6d66d5d9205592ccc2:1&utm_source=Humble+Bundle+Newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=2017_10_19_WitcherSale_store&utm_content=Banner


thanks.
Fallout 4 Game of The Year Edition **58% Off** Steam £31.34
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Found 19th OctFound 19th Oct
Summary
  1. Found 19th Oct
Weekend only deal. Includes 7 items: Fallout 4 - DLC Automatron, Fallout 4 - Wasteland Workshop, Fallout 4 - Far Harbor, Fallout 4, Fallout 4 - Contraptions Workshop, Fallou… Read more

debesis267 h, 15 m ago

Still makes no sence, since goty has everything already included so that …Still makes no sence, since goty has everything already included so that version of the game has rrp price of 39.99. Save nothing since only an idiot would now buy seperately and pay £75


I never said it did make any sense, but yeah the RRP is £40 so it’s more like a 25% saving but that doesn’t look as impressive upon first look as 58%

I'm glad I didn't wait for the goty edition... a complete roo off off!!!

nathan30072 h, 2 m ago

I think the percentage difference is taking into account the cost of …I think the percentage difference is taking into account the cost of buying everything individually, which would probably be £75



Still makes no sence, since goty has everything already included so that version of the game has rrp price of 39.99. Save nothing since only an idiot would now buy seperately and pay £75

debesis2633 m ago

£75 for a goty game!? Even cdkeys shows original price was 39.99. Is this …£75 for a goty game!? Even cdkeys shows original price was 39.99. Is this one of those scams where they jack up the price to make this % look so attractive?


I think the percentage difference is taking into account the cost of buying everything individually, which would probably be £75

£75 for a goty game!? Even cdkeys shows original price was 39.99. Is this one of those scams where they jack up the price to make this % look so attractive?
ICEY & Steam Link Bundle £7.09 (+£7.40 Shipping)
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Found 19th OctFound 19th Oct
Summary
  1. Found 19th Oct
ICEY is selling for £6.29. Get a steam link bundled in for an extra 80p and £7.40 shipping.

Missed it.
Anyone know how often the Steam Link gets discounted?

Bought thx

I'm seeing mentions of people having the Link disappearing from their orders - it might be worth those who purhcased checking how their order appears.

The deal itself is no longer available for purchase.
Edited by: "Illusionary" 22nd Oct

If anyone can give advice it would be great..

i got the steam link and with TP link 500mb powerline adaptors it’s no good and doesn’t work,

any idea if the TP link 1200/2000 models would be worth a punt with the multiple in out thing to reduce lag ??

Aren't he links usually £12.99 from Game quite frequently? I think I'll hold off, what with Black Friday just around the corner

Have some heat OP, if I wanted one right now I'd be all over it...
[Steam] DiRT Rally £7.99 @ Steam
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Found 19th OctFound 19th Oct
Summary
  1. Found 19th Oct
DiRT Rally is the most authentic and thrilling rally game ever made, road-tested over 80 million miles by the DiRT community. It perfectly captures that white knuckle feeling of ra… Read more

This game In vr with a cockpit/wheel set up is amazing....you can judge the corners approaching a lot easier in vr...still difficult but brilliant

XP20020th Oct

^^^Yeah, i just got a refund, i liked the VR but there was no fun for me …^^^Yeah, i just got a refund, i liked the VR but there was no fun for me as a casual racing gamer to be had in this game, and that is a shame because they pulled off fun and challenging in both Dirt 3 and Grid 2, so i can't really understand the fact they ramped up the difficulty level in this game to levels that destroy both those things in one go....i wonder how this game would have played with a wheel setup compared to just a joypad.


Get Dirt 4

^^^Yeah, i just got a refund, i liked the VR but there was no fun for me as a casual racing gamer to be had in this game, and that is a shame because they pulled off fun and challenging in both Dirt 3 and Grid 2, so i can't really understand the fact they ramped up the difficulty level in this game to levels that destroy both those things in one go....i wonder how this game would have played with a wheel setup compared to just a joypad.

XP2001 h, 2 m ago

In Vr it looks good, if have a GTX970 and i7 core 4770, and it picks ultra …In Vr it looks good, if have a GTX970 and i7 core 4770, and it picks ultra by default, and it runs fine with no issues, but the VR seems to have been shoehorned in as the only VR avalible in this game is when you are inside the car, nothing else in VR but rather in a desktop hanging in mid air inside a VR sphere a bit like those bigscreen vr desktop apps.And a little word on the games renowned dificulty setting, it is brutal and the frustration factor is out the roof, into orbit, and setting a warp speed course for another galaxy.......i have played almost 2 hours(just under enough to get a refund), and although the VR works, the frustration kills any enjoyment for me as i am more a casual racer with only a controller, but if you had a wheel setup and are a rally fanatic this is the game for you, but casual racers like me beware.I am really looking for a dirt 3 or Grid 2 with VR, that would be perfect for me.


Thanks mate that's what I thought. The price is nice but I think I'll wait for project cars instead. I'm pretty useless at racing games but have to have one for my rift

badasschris4 h, 14 m ago

anyone with vr can comment on how this is? I'm guessing it will make me …anyone with vr can comment on how this is? I'm guessing it will make me vomit within seconds?



In Vr it looks good, if have a GTX970 and i7 core 4770, and it picks ultra by default, and it runs fine with no issues, but the VR seems to have been shoehorned in as the only VR avalible in this game is when you are inside the car, nothing else in VR but rather in a desktop hanging in mid air inside a VR sphere a bit like those bigscreen vr desktop apps.

And a little word on the games renowned dificulty setting, it is brutal and the frustration factor is out the roof, into orbit, and setting a warp speed course for another galaxy.......i have played almost 2 hours(just under enough to get a refund), and although the VR works, the frustration kills any enjoyment for me as i am more a casual racer with only a controller, but if you had a wheel setup and are a rally fanatic this is the game for you, but casual racers like me beware.

I am really looking for a dirt 3 or Grid 2 with VR, that would be perfect for me.
Edited by: "XP200" 20th Oct
Super Meat Boy - 90% Off - Steam - £1.09
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Found 18th OctFound 18th Oct
Summary
  1. Found 18th Oct
An oldie but a goodie...Not sure if anyone hasn't played this yet but if not it is well worth the price of entry... Especially if that price is just over a quid! Frustrating AF but… Read more

Instant purchase! Thank you!

Original Poster

squibski7 h, 19 m ago

What a good deal! I rushed onto the steam store to go and buy it When I …What a good deal! I rushed onto the steam store to go and buy it When I tried to buy it I found out that I already own it haha

Been there a few times... Usually after I've bought the damn thing off a third party thought

What a good deal! I rushed onto the steam store to go and buy it

When I tried to buy it I found out that I already own it haha

Good price but I know I just wouldn't have the patience to play this.

Fantastic title. Best rage, quit, repeat title of all time
[Steam] Warhammer: End Times - Vermintide free to play until 25th Oct @ Steam
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Expires on 25/10/2017Expires on 25/10/2017Found 17th OctFound 17th Oct
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  1. Expires on 25/10/2017
  2. Found 17th Oct
"epic co-operative action combat adventure set in the End Times of the iconic Warhammer Fantasy world." Play for free until the 25th Oct. If you like it, it's currently ($4.99/£3.… Read more

Amazing game. Looks very simple on the surface but there's a lot of depth.

Cheers @EQL been wanting to try this for a while but haven't been sure I'd like it. Not a lot beats free to figure out such things
Mega Man Legacy Collection - £4.79 - Steam
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Found 17th OctFound 17th Oct
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  1. Found 17th Oct
Mega Man Legacy Collection is a celebration of the 8-bit history of Capcom’s iconic Blue Bomber featuring faithful reproductions of the series’ origins with the original six Mega M… Read more

Pity its only the 8bit games, no Megaman X

Thanks Op

Well worth the few quid for this quality games!
The Golf Club 2 - PC - £11.99 on Steam
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Found 17th OctFound 17th Oct
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  1. Found 17th Oct
I love the Golf Club 2 and if you own a PC there has never been a better time to grab it (cheapest it's ever been?). It's got a graphical overhaul and some tweeks to the swing/gam… Read more

Original Poster

mongstar3 h, 59 m ago

Is the putting really as bad as the recent reviews are saying. Watching …Is the putting really as bad as the recent reviews are saying. Watching clips on youtube, the putting looks looks difficult, but not buggy.



Well I think it's really great. The sequel has added polish. The putting can be hard but I think it mirrors real life more that way. There is a knack to everything in the game.

mongstar29 m ago

Is the putting really as bad as the recent reviews are saying. Watching …Is the putting really as bad as the recent reviews are saying. Watching clips on youtube, the putting looks looks difficult, but not buggy.


It's a golf simulator, same as the 1st one and a lot of people don't have the patience to get good at it.
TGC took me about 4 full rounds before putting started to click.
I think there were some backswing stutter issues at launch but I believe they're fixed now.

I'm just waiting for the PS4 version to drop to this price - TGC must be among my most played games on the PS4, if not the most.
Edited by: "BubaMan" 17th Oct

Is the putting really as bad as the recent reviews are saying. Watching clips on youtube, the putting looks looks difficult, but not buggy.
The Witcher Enhanced Edition Director's Cut £1.04 on Steam
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Found 16th OctFound 16th Oct
Summary
  1. Found 16th Oct
There are bound to be a few people enthralled by The Witcher 3 who haven't played this - here's a cut-price way to see how Geralt's saga began On sale until 22nd October 6pm BST

I just completed 3 for the first time last night, I am thinking about going back to play 1 and 2 so this is great timing as I already have 2.

Editor

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THE WITCHER 3 - £12.49 OR Game of the Year Edition - £13.99 @ Steam
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Found 16th OctFound 16th Oct
Summary
  1. Found 16th Oct
Matches the price at GOG but allows you to play through Steam instead if you'd prefer Steam. Absolutely fantastic price. This game isn't for everyone, but with Steam at least you… Read more

LilHammerette16th Oct

I might buy this even though I already own it on Xbox

Bought this for the Xbox one but only played a few hours so don't mind picking this up with all the dlc.

Looking forward to it but I now have to find the time. Hmmmm

athonjohn931 h, 23 m ago

C'mon dude, don't go lumping GOG in with Uplay. Not only do Ubisoft games, …C'mon dude, don't go lumping GOG in with Uplay. Not only do Ubisoft games, purchased on Steam, require you to log in to Steam to play; they then force you to log in to Uplay on top of that!On the other hand, you can download games from GOG.com and play them straight off your Desktop. You don't even have to install their launcher, GOG Galaxy. They're completely DRM free. You can put them on an external hard drive and lend them to your friends, you don't even have to log in or anything. Personally, I use Galaxy because it's just there to give you easy access to achievements, your friends, and of course, the store.The only downsides are the smaller catalogue of titles available, and the limited social functionality; but only when compared to Steam. It is equal or better to all the others I'm aware of (Origin, Uplay, Blizzard). If more gamers continue to support their consumer-friendly approach though, I'm sure we will start to see more games and social features added. So yeah, don't completely write them off just yet.

Like I said. Really like the idea of GOG. Just personal preference to have all my stuff in one place if it's available there. I wasn't 'lumping in' or comparing any of what I listed. Just saying I don't want another launcher or games installed willy-nilly like it's the 90's or something... God I probably wouldn't even remember where I'd bought games from if they weren't all in one or two places.. It's just preference... (OCD.. Control freak.. ? Definitely)

I'm not writing them off and I'm certainly not saying that they're a bad thing, they're just not for me. Much like Apple users are bought in to an ecosystem with their suite of products I've bought in to Steam. 13 years and counting. If I'd started with GOG I'd probably feel the same way towards that now
Edited by: "parasitemol" 17th Oct

parasitemol16th Oct

For sure. Don't get me wrong I like the idea of GOG but kind of like …For sure. Don't get me wrong I like the idea of GOG but kind of like having my games in one place if it's an option. Origin, Uplay, Bethesda, Blizzard, GOG... I don't like having my PC 'clogged up' with too many launchers.


C'mon dude, don't go lumping GOG in with Uplay. Not only do Ubisoft games, purchased on Steam, require you to log in to Steam to play; they then force you to log in to Uplay on top of that!

On the other hand, you can download games from GOG.com and play them straight off your Desktop. You don't even have to install their launcher, GOG Galaxy. They're completely DRM free. You can put them on an external hard drive and lend them to your friends, you don't even have to log in or anything.

Personally, I use Galaxy because it's just there to give you easy access to achievements, your friends, and of course, the store.

The only downsides are the smaller catalogue of titles available, and the limited social functionality; but only when compared to Steam. It is equal or better to all the others I'm aware of (Origin, Uplay, Blizzard).
If more gamers continue to support their consumer-friendly approach though, I'm sure we will start to see more games and social features added. So yeah, don't completely write them off just yet.

I'd be lucky to hit 6 fps on my MacBook Pro

Annoying that it's £13.99 for everything or £9.99 for just the DLC if you already have the game. If only I could pay £13.99 and get the dlc, plus a code for the main game I can gift to someone else
Breach It (like Rainbow 6 in VR)  50% off (£3.49) HTC Vive + Oculus rift with a fix @steam
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Found 16th OctFound 16th Oct
Summary
  1. Found 16th Oct
Basically this is "like" :D multiplayer VR version of Rainbow 6. Just had a big update as well. It's meant to work with Oculus rift with this fix>> Find the .exe file for t… Read more

Original Poster

Michael.Dobinson10 h, 7 m ago

bought it not many people on but for the few games i did play 3v3 was …bought it not many people on but for the few games i did play 3v3 was really fun for 3.49 its worth it




I'm really tempted to pick it up only thing stopping me is I've yet to play any multiplayer game yet.
I just find it strange that the people playing it are actually there in VR.

Michael.Dobinson5 h, 34 m ago

was going to buy this yesterday at 6,99 so glad i waited, if anyone buys …was going to buy this yesterday at 6,99 so glad i waited, if anyone buys this game comment and ill add you to steam then we can get a couple of games going because i heard the player base isnt to good, also i heard they have a discord and in europe they play tuesdays and thursdays at 6pm and sat at. but if your looking for regular play when ever we can sort something out


bought it not many people on but for the few games i did play 3v3 was really fun for 3.49 its worth it

was going to buy this yesterday at 6,99 so glad i waited, if anyone buys this game comment and ill add you to steam then we can get a couple of games going because i heard the player base isnt to good, also i heard they have a discord and in europe they play tuesdays and thursdays at 6pm and sat at. but if your looking for regular play when ever we can sort something out

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BuzzDuraband4 m ago

"Basically this is a multiplayer VR version of Rainbow 6."That's quite a …"Basically this is a multiplayer VR version of Rainbow 6."That's quite a statement, can you back this up?


Nope. Not played it
It was a mistake btw. Was meant to write "like" .
Edited by: "geebeegooner" 16th Oct

Editor

"Basically this is a multiplayer VR version of Rainbow 6."

That's quite a statement, can you back this up?
Saint Row  3 and 4 on steam £1.74
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Found 15th OctFound 15th Oct
Summary
  1. Found 15th Oct
Saints Row: The third is £1.17 and £2.74 with all the DLC. Saints Row IV is £2.99 This is crazy good deal for the price!

Original Poster

nathan30079 h, 27 m ago

Very misleading title you got there OP


Oh sorry i only just realised what you mean! Firs ever post

CosmicAero6 h, 13 m ago

loved Saints Row 2 but does anyone know if SR3 is any good as 2?

They're all the same, and I still buy them! I think the 4th one is best purely because its heavily influenced by the most popular mods for these types of games: enhanced strength, flight and jump. Yes its ridiculous, yes the story is irrelevant but ultimately it's fun!

"Gat out of Hell" on the other hand is rubbish, despite being more of the same, the setting is the worst of the series. Hell looked better on THUG2.

CosmicAero4 h, 13 m ago

loved Saints Row 2 but does anyone know if SR3 is any good as 2?


SR3 was the first one I played actually and really enjoyed it. I sort of considered it more of a poor mans GTA at the time. I tried playing SR2, but it's just too buggy on PC, older games just don't feel the same anymore.

CosmicAero2 h, 47 m ago

loved Saints Row 2 but does anyone know if SR3 is any good as 2?



No, but SR2's incredible. SR3 definitely has its moments though, especially the opening few missions, and is easily worth a couple of quid. It's a shame THQ didn't have the money to fund it properly, you can see where some of the corners were cut in regards to cutscenes and the like.

Bit of a lie but nonetheless a great deal both games easily worth £10 I would recommend it's even better if you have a friend to play with
Quantum Break (PC) - Steam (nb NOT windows store) £14.99
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  1. Found 14th Oct
Steam version half price (was £29.99 and that price on Windows Store too) I read for NVidia users, the steam version is faster as uses DirectX11 vs the Windows Store version DX12 … Read more

It’s £12.04 with a FREE mystery game at HRKGame.com
Less than £13.00 on several sites

Not sure whether to give this a try now.
How long's the game? Does it play like a typical Remedy game?

What’s the cheapest Xbox one price for anyone no?

Original Poster

robo9896 m ago

(nb you said steam already)


aye but it is important according to that article for nvidia users

(nb you said steam already)
H1Z1: King of the Kill - Half Price - £7.49 - Steam
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Found 14th OctFound 14th Oct
Summary
  1. Found 14th Oct
Divisive? Possibly... The poor man's PUBG? Definitely... I've not managed to get myself in to one of these battle royale simulators yet but at under a tenner and pretty decent pla… Read more

I've watch some of the very recent YouTube since the latest updates, King of the hill looks great, I'm into my pubg type games at the moment so it's a why not at this price.

it's rubbish. owned it for years and barely played it - fortnite is 100% better

Hmmm tempted at this price, I am really enjoy pubg and fortnite so at 7.49 it is kind of a why not...

This used to be good, back in the Z1 map days. Tried to be something more 'mainstream' and went down hill tbh.

I actually prefer this to PUBG, it just feels more fun. Both are worthy of buying.

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