25% off Company of Heroes 2, Metro: Last Light and others at GMG

Company of Heroes 2

By on April 7, 2013 at 10:47 am

GMG have sent word that their 25% off code is now applicable to some of the bigger PC releases coming out soon.

Using GMG25-S0FSG-R7Z9B you can now get Company of Heroes 2 for $45 (it’s currently $90 on Steam), or maybe Metro: Last Light for $37.50 (currently $70 on Steam). Or maybe you’d like Dead Island: Riptide for $30?

There’s also a big ol’ sale this weekend on Focus Interactive titles, so head on over to this catalogue page and get games like Wargame: European Escalation for just $8.

Green Man Gaming and games.on.net are of course partners, so take our glowing recommendations with a grain of salt — but we did manage to hook you up with that sweet 30% off price-jacked AU titles voucher, so we’re not all bad.

These 25% off prices expire on April 12, so be quick.

15 comments (Leave your own)

maybe you’d like Dead Island: Riptide for $30?

still far too much to pay

 

And now I’m tempted by COH2 again. Thanks Tim…

 

the standard COH2 price is ridiculous. Its like 50% more… What the fuck.

 
hunterkiller

COH2 has all of my attention now.

 

got COH2 :) thanks for the code!

p.s. hmm is the beta playable at the moment? its downloading now

 

jellygoose:
got COH2 :) thanks for the code!

p.s. hmm is the beta playable at the moment? its downloading now

Sure is :)

 

OR use cdkeyprices.com to find the cheapest COH2 key and buy it for almost half the price it is in australia….

 

This is just offsetting the pricejacking. These arent sale prices :/

 
charliebrownau

COH2 was 60 US originally on AU Steam and it went up several times.

Im pretty sure its 50 bucks on USA Amazon , or at least it was when it first got listed

Its one of the reasons I havent bothered buying it yet, its about double the price since we still get slaped with the au digital tax

 
charliebrownau

Anyone else find it annoying with the recent games today that you have to buy into (pre order) to get the beta of games

 

spike4379:
OR use cdkeyprices.com to find the cheapest COH2 key and buy it for almost half the price it is in australia….

Thats exactly what i do since i learned about that website months ago.

 

charliebrownau:
Anyone else find it annoying with the recent games today that you have to buy into (pre order) to get the beta of games

I believe incentivizing betas is a good thing but if only preorders get their hands on it that sort of defeats the purpose of a beta. You will just end up getting people who will likely not report bugs and that will complain about any issues as them paying money makes them feel entitled to have a fully functional product. Of course not everyone is like that but I can remember the Battlefield 3 Beta quite well.

 

spooler:
maybe you’d like Dead Island: Riptide for $30?

still far too much to pay

+9001

 

spooler,

Out of curiosity, how much IS acceptable in that brain of yours?

 
kinistoniscool

in yr 12 atm, hopefully these games will be cheaper by the time next year :D

 
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