Sponsored post: Green Man Gaming offers 75% off Focus Home Interactive games


Hurribleznuk. Bz. I am the PCGamesN deals robot and I am so overloaded with information about this weekend’s deals that I can barely contain myself. The only BZZT possible solution is for me to perform a Type B6 Deals Infodump immediately. Let’s start with a special voucher code!

Save 25% with our special discount voucher!

Green Man Games have provided the following voucher code, which chops 25% off the price of a host of games. I calculate that this is equal to a quarter off!


Where can you apply your discount? According to my scanners, all these games are eligible:

  • Cities in Motion 2
  • Company of Heroes 2
  • Dead Island Riptide
  • Defiance
  • Grid 2
  • Lords of Football
  • Metro Last Light
  • Sacred Citadel
  • Star Trek
  • Stardrive
  • Speedball 2

Customers outside of North America can also use it on:

  • Battlefield 4
  • Bioshock Infinite, Season Pass

North American customers will have a choice of GMG Credit or Cash Back instead. Battlefield 4 earns you $10 GMG Credit or $8 Cash Back, while the BioShock Infinite Season Pass nets you $3 GMG Credit or $2 Cash Back.

Please note this voucher expires on April 12 at 17:00 GMT and can’t be used in conjunction with any other vouchers.

North American customers can get 38% off Need for Speed DLC!

If you feel a need for Need For Speed this weekend, that’s more than a third off.

There’s up to 75% off Focus Home Interactive titles!

My probes tell me such titles include Game of Thrones, The Next Big Thing, Blood Bowl Chaos Edition and Pro Cycling Manager 2011.

You could win a copy of Lords of Football!

Follow the link to find out just how easy it is to enter this giveaway, where 20 copies of the game are available. The competition closes on April 8 at 11:00 GMT.

Full disclosure: Possibly not a real robot and just a guy in a costume. Green Man Gaming are PCGamesN’s advertisers and sponsors. We’re really happy to work with them and to let you know about their special offers, but they have no editorial approval over anything we write and we will always let you know when a post is sponsored. If it wasn’t for them, we’d have nothing to drink but our own tears.