Pre-purchase BioShock Infinite and you get the original BioShock free, which is perfect if you're looking to replay Irrational's classic ahead of Infinite's release, as your free game will be available instantly. As well as BioShock you'll get to choose another free game (regional restrictions apply) from the following selection of delightful titles:
- Spec Ops: The Line
- Sid Meier's Civilization V
- BioShock 2
- The Darkness II
- Mafia II
Both of your free games will become available as soon as your pre-purchase, giving you plenty of time to enjoy them before Infinite's March 26 release date. Customers in the US and Canada will be eligible to received $15 Green Man Gaming credit or $14 cash back when they pre-purchase BioShock Infinite.
25% off selected pre-purchase titles!
Use the code GMG25-PYWNG-VG81T to knock a cool 25% off any of the following titles. (Please note that this voucher code can't be used in conjunction with any other voucher codes, what are you trying to do, build a sort of Voucher code Megazord?)
20% off hundreds of titles, including some upcoming games!
Use the code GMG20-P4DLK-FKYRS to take 20% off a huge range of titles. This voucher code expires at 1700GMT on March 8th and can't be used with other voucher codes, but it can be used with the weekend deals listed just below.
Weekend deals! From now until Monday, March 4th, you can get...
Plus great daily Square Enix deals all weekend. Get 75% off these:
- Friday: The Last Remnant
- Saturday: Hitman Absolution
- Sunday: Deus Ex Human Revolution and Augmented Edition
As well as all of the above, Green Man Gaming have some stonking deals on real stonkers such as the stonking Tomb Raider for £26.99 and stonkerrific Star Craft 2: Heart of the Swarm Collector's Edition for £44.99.
That's caused a stonk overflow in my buffers! (Remember, from the first paragraph, I'm a deals robot).
Full disclosure: Not a real robot. Green Man Gaming are our advertisers and sponsors. We're very happy to work with them and tell you about their offers, sales and deals, but they have no editorial approval over anything we write. Without their help, Paul would still have shoes made of stale naan bread from the bins behind Sainsburys.