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Submitted by GodisaGeek 852d ago | news

Square Enix Store Goes Crazy with “Up to 75% Off Everything”

GodisaGeek: "Following on from the Final Fantasy sale via the PlayStation Network, Square Enix have sent us word a whole host of titles can be purchased on the cheap for one week only, or specifically, from January 30 to February 6.

Hitman Absolution and Sleeping Dogs are discounted by 75% (and that PC version of Sleeping Dogs is a must-buy, even if the PS3 version will be free through PlayStation Plus next month), whilst Final Fantasy VII is £4.99, Deus Ex: Human Revolution is £4.99, and Just Cause 2 is £2.49." (Deus Ex: Human Revolution, Final Fantasy VII, Hitman: Absolution, Just Cause 2, PC, Sleeping Dogs)

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aquamala  +   852d ago
Sleeping dogs looks phenomenal on pc with dx11 and high res textures, and eyefinity (3monitors) just works, and great game!
GodisaGeek  +   852d ago
Agreed, at under £8 you're getting an amazing game, and the best version!

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