This weekend, redemption is spelled ‘GMG20-P4DLK-FKYRS’. Commit that code to memory and repeat it in the appropriate box over at Green Man Gaming and you can be playing Tomb Raider, a wonderful game about falling over and shouting a lot, for 20% less money than you otherwise might. The voucher is valid until 5pm GMT next Friday. It’ll also significantly cheapen SimCity in all territories but the US and Canada, and cut a sizeable monetary chunk off a great deal else.
Here’s how best to exploit our lovely voucher over the course of the next week. In a 48-hour deal starting Thursday, you can get 50% off Football Manager 2013, and glean the benefits of this week’s January Transfer Update.
Sunday to Tuesday sees a 50% price cut to The Cave, Ron Gilbert’s flawed post-Limbo adventure game which we can highly recommend if you’ve a spare evening and a willing nearby friend or two to drag through local co-op.
From Friday to Monday, GMG will knock 75% off the entire Killing Floor franchise, and 75% off Red Orchestra 2: Heroes of Stalingrad and its digital deluxe edition. That makes next week the perfect time to introduce yourself to the back catalogue of former Make Something Unreal heroes Tripwire.
Left-out SimCity chums in the US and Canada can still make use of the code to nab $10 GMG Credit and $7 Cash Back when purchasing Maxis’ wonky opus, which is quite nice.
What else? Oh yes – last week’s chance to get two free and very good games when pre-ordering BioShock Infinite still stands if you’re outside the US and Canada, where pre-orders will have to make do with $15 GMG Credit or $14 Cash Back. Included in the deal are the original BioShock, and one of the following:
- Spec Ops: The Line
- Civilization V
- The Darkness 2
- Mafia 2
- BioShock 2
Pick the latter and you’ll be prepped to play through the whole series to date before Infinite’s release on March 26.
Finally, here’s a code for 30% off Sniper Ghost Warrior, which you’ll want to use before 5pm GMT on Monday: GMG30-OUZDR-HM1ZK.
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