Dark Souls: Prepare To Die Edition, To The Moon, And Borderlands 2 On Sale

By Spencer . November 23, 2012 . 4:34am

imagePC Gamers, rejoice. Amazon and Steam have digital deals for Black Friday. Dark Souls: Prepare to Die Edition is only $15. That’s the same price as the DLC alone on PS3 or Xbox 360. Amazon also has Borderlands 2 for $29.99 and Jet Set Radio plus four other Dreamcast games for $4.99.

 

Sleeping Dogs is $24.99 on Steam and the excellent The Walking Dead video game from Telltale is $12.49. Steam also has To the Moon, Awesomenauts, and Terraria for $3.39 a piece.


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  • MasterHiei

    Picked both Dark Souls and The Witcher 2 on steam, can’t wait to put another truckload of hours on both again!

  • Barrylocke89

    I decided to buy To the Moon and The Walking Dead. I’m sorely tempted to get Dark Souls…but I wasn’t planning on spending money at all with this sale, so I might hold off on that until the next one.

    If any of you guys enjoy the Adventure Island style games, Jolly Rover is on sale for only 1.50. That game has a demo too, so you can try before you buy if you wish.

  • http://theadventuresofjejun.blogspot.com/ Jejun

    I noticed Skyrim is one of today’s daily deals at 50% off. It may finally be time for me to take the plunge.

  • XiaomuArisu

    Rejoice!
    Emiya Shirou!
    The Walking Dead Season 1 for just 12.49$!
    Now you can try to be a true hero!

  • EmptyWarrior

    Dark Souls for $15 is such a good deal! 

  • Göran Isacson

    oooh, time for my wallet to take a most sound drubbing. This will not be pretty, but then again- when are Steam sales ever pretty?

    Indeed- I ended up buying mostly indie titles, Eponia, They Bleed Pixels, Unmechanical… heck I don’t think I bought anything over 5 euroes. I bought MANY games though, so I guess I’m still a sucker… just a different kind of sucker.

    • Kibbitz

      If you find time to sit through and play all of them, you’re not =) Of course, some people are prone to stockpiling more than playing…

      • Göran Isacson

        I’m better at finding the time for smaller games than big ones. I think the last really big budget title I played was Kingdom Hearts DDD… but I’m good with squeezing in many “tidbit” titles in my day.

  • Elvick

    To the Moon is incredible.

    • BlackirisMnemocide

      It is. It easily has one of the greatest, most unique and most mature stories ever told in a game.

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