The latest weekend deals include Grand Theft Auto V dropping to $29.99 on PS3/Xbox 360, PC version of Dying Light discounted to $49.99 and more deals on all major platforms.
$49.99 is still a ripp off considering its broken.......dying light I'm talking about.
Least you have the retail option. They want £55 for the only released version over here...and that's not counting all the BS DLC
Dude the game is far from broken for me, only thing i ran into was a bit of flickering and frame drops on rare occasions, i'd pay that amount for dying light anyday of the week. One of the best zombie survival games ever made in my opinion.
Haven't even encountered one glitch on the PC version, the framerate dropped a bit on High when it came out but the patch solved that for me, considering it's by Techland the fact that I haven't come across a glitch yet is amazing to me.
I'm in UK,....get it digital off the USA store and it works out at £35,with game share its £17.50 each......every game I got is off Hong Kong store or usa store,we are being so ripped off in the UK,but that goes for everything from petrol to video games.
I can understand oil being expensive but I never got the price difference on video games, it makes no sense. I'm in Canada and this generation games are up to 70CAD but it's still nothing compared to European prices, digital is turning out to be the best deal for you guys by far.
I still don't have both. Might have to think about GTA V in this case.
That dude in the pic reeeeealy needs to floss...
Ryse was only $20; so I picked that up.
I don't know why, but when I saw that picture in the article, the phrase "WHO STOLE MY DOUGHNUT?!" came to mind. .... *goes to fix a meal* Anyways, as far as Dying Light goes... It looks too much like Dead Island for my tastes. I owned and beat the first one, but I could only stomach one playthrough of it. It just wasn't interesting beyond that. And if this is anything at all like Dead Island, then I fear I wouldn't be able to stomach more than one playthrough of it, either. I might pay $15 for it. Maybe. But not anything over $20, for sure.
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