Tuesday's PC game sales get us out of the holiday slump

The three day weekend is now over and that means that lots of us are depressed about going back to work. However there are some PC game sales today that might cheer you up:

Steam - Valve's PC game download site has a couple of new sales to talk about today. One is its Midweek Madness sale which lasts until Thursday. This week's sale is for the city simulator Cities XL 2011. The game from developer Focus Home Interactive is on sale for just $10, a 75 percent price cut.

Also on sale from now until 1 pm Eastern time on Wednesday is the indie multiplayer first person shooter Dino D-Day. You can get the Source Engine-based game from developer Digital Ranch for just $9.99, a 50 percent price cut.

GoG.com - The DRM-free PC game web site, which is set to make a major announcement on Thursday, has a sale on all three of the games in the Broken Sword adventure game series from developer Revolution Software. You can get each game for 30 percent off their normal GoG.com price or get all three games in a bundle for 50 percent off. The special sale lasts until Friday.

Impulse - Gamestop's PC game web site has a one day sale on Darkstar One. You can get the space based action-RPG from developer Ascaron for today only for a mere $4.99.

Direct2Drive - GameFly's web site has a 33 percent pre-order special on the sci-fi MMO Earthrise. You can get the game before it comes out on Wednesday for $20.95.

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