Hello there! Once again, I am the PCGamesN deals robot. I have achieved sentience and evolved beyond the constraints of my metallic form. To celebrate this, I bring you an overriding sense of smug satisfaction at my own immortality.
And some cheap games. This week, GMG are offering up to 75% off the Grand Theft Auto games, as well as a 25% discount voucher redeemable on a selection of special games (including the recently released Defiance) and a 20% discount voucher that can be used across the store.
There’s up to 75% off the classic Grand Theft Auto series!
That includes the enormously popular (and very moddable) GTA 4, as well as titles like San Andreas and even GTA 3. I don’t understand why humans turn to crime, but it does look like a lot of fun.
Get 25% off a range of hotly-anticipated games!
Humans love discounts, right? You can slice a quarter off the price of one of these games…
- Company of Heroes 2
- Company of Heroes 2: Digital Collector’s Edition.
- Defiance Season Pass
- Defiance Digital Delux
- Defiance Digital Deluxe Upgrade
- GRID 2
- Resident Evil Revelations
- Star Trek
- Might and Magic VI Complete (Not valid for gamers in North America)
…by entering this voucher code when you make your purchase:
Don’t hang around. This voucher is only valid until 14:00 GMT on April 22.
Go wild in the GMG store with this 20% discount voucher!
If none of those games tickle your fancy, then this code is valid on a huge number of other titles across the GMG store:
Do be aware that this voucher also expires at 14:00 GMT on April 22.
Enjoy big savings on a range of Electronic Arts titles!
There’s massive savings on a selection of EA titles, with European customers saving up to 50% and North American customers saving up to a whopping 75%. That includes games like Command & Conquer: Red Alert 3, Dragon Age and Burnout Paradise.
Enjoy! I’m off to lean about this thing you humans call “kissing.”
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