Weekend downloadable PC games sales for July 6-8

Welcome back! For those of you in the US, we hope you enjoyed your Independence Day holiday (yes, it is bad that it was on a Wednesday, but them's the breaks). Now it's time to look at some money that you could save with this weekend's downloadable PC game sales.

From now until July 10th, people who own Call of Duty: Black Ops or Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 can save 50 percent on all of the DLC packs for those games (four for Black Ops and two for MW3). A portion of those sales will go to the Call of Duty Endowment, which helps veterans with seeking new jobs.

Another sale this weekend, this one on Steam, takes 50 percent off the price of the RTS game Wargame: European Escalation. It also comes with a newly released free DLC pack, Conquest, which adds some new maps and a new gameplay mode.

GoG.com has ended their "Battle of the Games" event but this weekend they have 19 games from publisher Strategy First that that are all 50 percent off their already low price.

GameStop has a number of games on sale this weekend, including some big price cuts for several of The Creative Assembly's Total War RTS games. Gamersgate has taken 50 percent off games from publisher Nordic Games this weekend, with a daily deal each day that cuts the price even more for one title.

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These little deals steam do with old games doesn't justify the fact games like black ops I is still full price to buy digitally since it's release in 9 Nov 2010 making it nearly 18 months old , even MW3 as well that came out 8 Nov 2011, making it nearly 8 months old, they really need to cut costs on digital downloadable games if they want to get sales instead of peddling low budget games for low budgets.

This is why companies like gamestop are making a fortune in used games sales and since a judge ruled you can trade and sell used pc games including digital downloaded games in EU, they should add that option instead of the flawed trade mode they have.

I would like to mention that GoG.com now has Torchlight ($8.99) and The Chronicles of Riddick: Assault on Dark Athena ($5.99) on sale right now. Already had Torchlight on Steam, but it's nice to finally buy TCoR:AoDA without having to deal with nasty TAGES DRM.