Monday's PC game deals include free copy of Necrovision Lost Company

Do you like free games? Do you like first person shooter titles? Then you are in luck for the next 48 hours. That's the time period that the Green Man Gaming web site has decided to give its customers a chance to download a FPS title for free. Green Man Gaming, which also offers its customers a way to turn in downloadable PC games for credit toward future purchases, is celebrating its first annivesary by giving away Necrovision: Lost Company, the WWI-themed horror shooter from developer the Farm 51. All you have to do is go to the site, select the game and then put in the promo code GMGY1-PROMO-TREAT at check out. This deal lasts until Wednesday.

Green Man Gaming plans to continue its first year anniversary through this entire week with price cuts on a number of games titles along with giveaways and more. And yes, you can trade in your free copy of Necrovision: Lost Company toward the purchase of another game.

The Steam web site launches a week of game sales from Ubisoft today with all of the Prince of Persia game titles on sale for 66 percent off their normal price from now until 1 pm Eastern time on Tuesday. All Ubisoft games are on sale on Steam for the next week for 33 percent off. Also on sale for today only is the action-game Mini Ninjias for just $6.80.

The Direct2Drive web site has a one-day sale deal on the recent game The Sims Medieval. You can get the EA published game for 50 percent off its normal price at $24.95.

Over at the Impulse web site they have a one-day deal on the WWII strategy game Making History The Calm and the Storm Gold Edition. You can get the game from developer Muzzy Lane Software for just $4.99 for today only.

The GamersGate web site has a week long sale of PC games devoted to the subject of aliens. The list of games on sale includes Dead Space for $7.98, Aliens Vs Predator Classic (2000) for $2.50, Spore for $7.98, Harbinger for just $3.98 and Alien Shooter Reloaded for a mere $1.98.

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