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Posted: Nov 26th 2009 10:28AM (Unverified) said

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For UK customers at least, Steam has Champions Online and Fallen Earth both on sale with 50% off each (£12.49 and £14.97 respectively), and Direct2Drive.co.uk has Champions Online on sale for £12.50.

Also Steam is offering the Lucasarts games pack with 60% sale, which happens to also include a copy of Star Wars Galaxies, in addition to a lot of other great games...

Posted: Nov 26th 2009 12:12PM Minofan said

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Good prices for the convenience, though with this weekend being free and the standard Amazon.co.uk price for CO only being a few £ more than Steam's "half-price" I think they could have timed it a little better.

I'm hoping Aion pops up one-day as I'm fairly bored (games I would be getting got Xmas listed!) but not keen on the full investment - not counting on it though, as they'll be way ahead of other retailers if they offer a low price now.
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Posted: Nov 26th 2009 11:05AM AlamoeJones said

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I just looked through the newspaper ads too and it seems like this year there are some insanely good deals out there. This is all do, of course, to our wonderful economy. Also, you guys forgot to mention WoW; the original game is going for just $5 in stores this weekend!

Posted: Nov 27th 2009 11:48PM (Unverified) said

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Blizzard is also offering this deal as a download through November 30.
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Posted: Nov 26th 2009 11:48AM (Unverified) said

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I just hope they sell EVE online at discount. I need another account and now seems like the perfect time to buy one.

Posted: Nov 26th 2009 10:54PM Benicio said

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You miss the 'power of 2' deal they had last month?
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Posted: Nov 26th 2009 11:44AM Oneiromancer said

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Well that's annoying...Eye of the North itself isn't on sale. I have the main campaign and the two other expansions. If I bought the "Game of the Year" edition again, I would get Eye of the North free, and it would still be $10 cheaper than getting Eye of the North by itself. Oh well.

Posted: Nov 26th 2009 12:57PM (Unverified) said

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Oneiromancer, you can grab a GW Platinum edition on NewEgg (includes Proph and EotN) for $10 total and just add that to your account to get EoTN (make sure you add, not create a new account). Have to wait for it to arrive, but that is the cheapest I've seen recently and certainly better than the NCSoft Store prices.
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Posted: Nov 26th 2009 2:58PM (Unverified) said

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The whole Guild Wars pricing ordeal annoys me as well. It's hard to get just the campaigns you need without being owned in price.

Also, Gamestop is selling the Trilogy for $25 this Black Friday. They sell EotN alone for $20, but I don't know if EotN has a Black Friday deal as well.

I plan to head down there and see on Friday because I'm buying Left 4 Dead 2.

Anyways, on Steam Fallen Earth and Champions are 50% off. The gigantic Lucas Arts Premier pack which comes with a ton of awesome games including Star Wars Galaxies Collection is only $50.

Posted: Nov 26th 2009 9:45PM (Unverified) said

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For the two of you who care, Newegg has 60-day Age of Conan time cards for $9.99 with free shipping. GoGamer has the Collector's Edition of this game for like, $6, plus another $6 shipping. I think you could also buy the regular edition for $4 on Amazon.

As Wade mentioned, Newegg also has Guild Wars Platinum (Prophecies - the original campaign - and its expansion Eye of the North) for $10 with free shipping. That's an incredible deal, though I do remember the Factions Platinum edition for the same price, and that came with the Mission Pack.

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