Friday's PC game sales bring us into the weekend

Friday has arrived and with it comes a new batch of daily and weekend PC game sales to mull over. Let's check them out now, shall we?

Steam - Over at the Steam web site they have posted up their daily sales deal. From now until 1 pm Eastern time on Saturday you can get the 2010 released first person shooter Sniper: Ghost Warrior for just $5, a 75 percent savings. Also on sale for a limited time is the long running MMO EVE Online. You can download and purchase it for just $4.99.

Direct2Drive - The download site that's rumored to be sold off next week to Gamefly has a weekend sale on a bundle of five indie games. You can get the Indie Sack Pack which has Lume, The Tiny Bang Story, Machinarium, Outpost Kaloki, and Cloning Clyde for just $19.95. Also on sale this weekend is a selection of games from indie developer Positech Games. Those games are on sale for 50 percent off their normal price.

GoG.com - The DRM-free download site has a weekend sale of games from publisher Anuman. That includes games like the Megarace racing series, the adventure game Still Life and the first two Syberia adventure games. You can get all those games and more for 50 percent off their normal price.

Green Man Gaming - The PC game download site has a spring sale event this week with a boatload of PC games on sale for up to 70 percent off.

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The Teej said,
With the EVE deal, is that the full game or just a DLC pack?

It's the full game. If you click on the link it directs it to the Steam website.

"Buy EVE Online: Incursion
Includes the full game plus 30 days of subscription."

So I'd say it's the whole game.

I like that Green Man Gaming offers an up front trade in value. I really hate that Steam refuses to offer a trade/give option.

Dashel said,
I like that Green Man Gaming offers an up front trade in value. I really hate that Steam refuses to offer a trade/give option.

Oh wow I didn't know Green Man Gaming did that, yeah I really wish Steam did. The game deals this week weren't as good as the ones from last week, in my opinion at least.

Okay... so the bold heading (of sorts) to indicate the service/site is a welcome improvement... now just create a table with the game name (required), price (required), link to the store page (should have), and a link to a review (nice to have). Heck, an extra column to indicate the service/website would make it all fit in one nice table

Chsoriano said,
Okay... so the bold heading (of sorts) to indicate the service/site is a welcome improvement... now just create a table with the game name (required), price (required), link to the store page (should have), and a link to a review (nice to have). Heck, an extra column to indicate the service/website would make it all fit in one nice table

I agree, super +1
Bold Headings made a big difference. Next step would be simple screenshots or box art of the games.