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General: Black Friday Gaming Style

SBFordSBFord Former Associate EditorMember LegendaryPosts: 33,126

The day after Thanksgiving is traditionally called "Black Friday" and is replete with amazing sales in preparation for the forthcoming Christmas season. By no means an exhaustive list, we offer a few deals we've run across. Feel free to add to the thread with others you have seen!

World of Warcraft: $4.99 for the base game through Mists of Pandaria

Wildstar: For a limited time beginning on Wednesday, November 26, players will be able to purchase their copy of WildStar from https://shop.wildstar-online.com/product/compareEditions at the reduced price of $19.99.

ShadowrunShadowrun Returns at 80% off the original price (just $2.99) and Shadowrun: Dragonfall - Director's Cut is now 50% off at $7.49.

World of Tanks:  Stock up on Consumables thanks to repeatable Missions, and multiple Gold - Credit bundles available for a limited time.

Origin: Up to 75% off of select titles

Torchlight – Receive Torchlight free through November 29

Torchlight II – Receive Torchlight II for 75 percent off at $5 through November 29

Perfect World International: Through December 1, receive up to 50 percent off select items, with 30 percent on Charge Rewards and 20 percent on Spend Rewards

War of the Immortals – Through December 2, 40 percent off all purchases and earn bonus Charge Reward points

Battle of the Immortals  – Through December 2, 40 percent off all purchases and earn bonus Charge Reward points

Jade Dynasty – Through December 1, receive up to 50 percent off select items and earn extra charge rewards

Forsaken World –Through December 1, receive over 50 percent off select items and earn bonus Charge Rewards

Neverwinter – Through November 30, receive up to 25 percent off select items

Star Trek Online – Through November 30, receive up to 20 percent off select items, and through December 1 receive $100 off Lifetime Subscriptions

Swordsman – Through December 1, receive Spend Rewards 50 percent faster

Champions Online – Through November 29, receive up to 50 percent off select items

Elsword: Up to 50% off item store goods, bonus XP and in-game activities


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Comments

  • VrikaVrika Member EpicPosts: 6,437

    Steam has: Mass effect 1 for 2€, Mass Effect 2 for 5€, Two World Epic Edition for 2.5€, Witcher 1 for 4€, Witcher 2 for 10€, Kingdom's of Amalur 5€ without DLC and 10€ with all DLC. Elder Scrolls games have also some discount, Skyrim without DLC 7.49€.

    Trove has 50% off of all starter packs.

    The Secret World is 7.47€ on Origin.

    Final Fantasy XII PC version 6.40$ on Square Enix store. Final Fantasy: A Realm Reborn 10$.

     
  • Po_ggPo_gg Member EpicPosts: 5,215

    LotRO:  http://www.mmorpg.com/discussion2.cfm/post/6519495#6519495

    Expansions are $5 each (with Mirkwood is $2.50, and Helm's Deep $10).

  • TokkenTokken Member RarePosts: 2,519
    Originally posted by Po_gg

    LotRO:  http://www.mmorpg.com/discussion2.cfm/post/6519495#6519495

    Expansions are $5 each (with Mirkwood is $2.50, and Helm's Deep $10).

    That's a good deal, but I can't buy them or use them unless I have a subscription. I tried buying them today and was unable b/c I am playing FTP.

    Make PvE GREAT Again!
  • TokkenTokken Member RarePosts: 2,519
    I love the holiday steam sales! They make me uber happy !
    Make PvE GREAT Again!
  • Po_ggPo_gg Member EpicPosts: 5,215
    Originally posted by Tokken
    Originally posted by Po_gg

    LotRO:  http://www.mmorpg.com/discussion2.cfm/post/6519495#6519495

    Expansions are $5 each (with Mirkwood is $2.50, and Helm's Deep $10).

    That's a good deal, but I can't buy them or use them unless I have a subscription. I tried buying them today and was unable b/c I am playing FTP.

    Strange, a couple f2p folks I know used the sale to unlock their missing expansions... and since it's the Market, you don't even need an account for it (f2p or Vip), just a credit card/PayPal, like in any other webshop (since you technically just purchase a code, which you can use yourself, or gift away, etc.)

    That's the whole point of f2p, to give players the option to buy game elements separately :) Tried to add the code to your game account?

  • mmorpglover1mmorpglover1 Member Posts: 49
    Steam rocks.
  • whisperwyndwhisperwynd Member UncommonPosts: 1,668
     Definitely a great for gaming. Always nice to have the opportunity at trying something you may have missed for cheaper.
  • LustmordLustmord Member UncommonPosts: 1,114
    Darkfall is on a massive steam sale also
  • ManadragonManadragon Member Posts: 11
    eve online. new 30 day accounts for .99 €
  • AzucArSaladAzucArSalad Member UncommonPosts: 61

    SOE is doubling SC purchases today and will offer (only to subscribers) discounts on market purchases next Monday

    https://forums.station.sony.com/soe/index.php?threads/double-station-cash-is-the-new-black-friday.11500065188/

     

    TERA gives 30% more on credits purchases

    http://en.tera.gameforge.com/news/detail/happy-hour-nab-30-free-tera-thalers-now-9

     

    ESO has 66% discount on steam (18.69 €)

    http://store.steampowered.com/app/306130/

     

    Origin/EA also has offers. Mass Effect 3 for 5 € and more tasty game packs

    https://www.origin.com/es-es/store/buy/mass-effect-3/pc-download/base-game/standard-edition

    ^.^'

  • SunworshiperSunworshiper Member UncommonPosts: 19
    Blizzard also has Starcraft II and it's newest xpac on sale. Diablo same thing. 50% off. I took advantage of this offer! Now I have lots of games and not enough time. lol :)
  • joeadamjoeadam Member Posts: 31

    I still have most Blizzard games but I am not really buying anymore since I lost faith in them.

     

    I thought starcraft 2 was a much much shorter game than the original starcraft, diablo 3 was made a lot more casual, less competitive and more kiddy, wow well I don't need to say anything about wow lol.

     

    Anyway, point is the last game that really made me believe in Blizzard was Warcraft 3 and then perhaps vanilla wow but since then I have fallen out of love with them and their new company direction.

     

    Their battlenet prices are bloody expensive too tbf so unless I really believe in the game, I am not going to pay those prices.

  • grimgryphongrimgryphon Member CommonPosts: 682

    I made a killing on Steam today. Purchased 22 games that I've wanted to try and didn't even spend $100.

    I love Steam. :-)

    Optional PvP = No PvP
  • ldhenderson1995ldhenderson1995 Member Posts: 6
    GW2 $19.95 till Dec 7th
  • sumdumguy1sumdumguy1 Member RarePosts: 1,344
    Originally posted by DMKano
    Originally posted by fiftyplusgeek

    I made a killing on Steam today. Purchased 22 games that I've wanted to try and didn't even spend $100.

    I love Steam. :-)

    I looked and looked - didn't see anything I didn't already have, nothing else looked appealing.

    Money spent - $0, games purchased 0

    :/

    So for me Black Friday was a fail 

    Same exact thing for me, I looked hard and found nothing at all.

  • grimgryphongrimgryphon Member CommonPosts: 682
    Originally posted by DMKano
    Originally posted by fiftyplusgeek

    I made a killing on Steam today. Purchased 22 games that I've wanted to try and didn't even spend $100.

    I love Steam. :-)

    I looked and looked - didn't see anything I didn't already have, nothing else looked appealing.

    Money spent - $0, games purchased 0

    :/

    So for me Black Friday was a fail 

    Oh well, too bad for you.

    BTW, State of Decay is better than I thought it would be.

    Optional PvP = No PvP
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