Columns Sales Roundup

Weekly Sales Roundup Vol 3 – Wasteland 2, Necrodancer, and more

Welcome to the Two Credits Weekly Sales Roundup, Volume 3! Check out this special report to have a handy overview of some of the best deals in gaming every week. As usual, all prices listed here are correct at the time of writing (but subject to change) and are listed in USD. 

Jump past the break to see what’s on offer this week.


Crypt of the Necrodancer (via GOG.com)

GOG’s weekly sale vol 23 is live AND GOG is throwing a secondary sale in celebration of Coxcon, so there are a whopping 91 games on sale at up to 90% off normal price. Deck out your desert ranger squad and bring justice to the wasteland in Wasteland 2 Director’s Cut Classic Edition (-50%/$16.29), dance your way across the rhythmic dungeon to some epic beats in Crypt of the Necrodancer (-80%/$2.99), or explore your way through a modern 3D dungeon crawler in Legend of Grimrock 2 (-67%/$7.99). The weekly sale vol 23 will last until July 24, 2017 @ 4PM UTC, and the Coxcon sale will last until July 24, 2017 @ 3PM UTC. 

Here are a few more highlights from the GOG sales right now:


Ducktales: Remastered (via Green Man Gaming)

Green Man Gaming have launched their summer sale. A little bit on the late side compared to other retailers, but better late than never, I suppose? In any case, embark on an authentic ducktales platforming adventure in DuckTales: Remastered (-69%/$4.70), lead what’s left of the XCOM forces in a rebellion against the alien forces in XCOM 2 (-60%/$24.00), and wage war with gnomes, hippies, and other evil forces in South Park: The Stick of Truth (-75%/$7.50).

A few other highlights from the Green Man Gaming sale:

  • Open world FPS Farcry 4 (-50%/$15.00) 
  • Charming stylistic hack and slash Bastion (-75%/$3.75)

Lords of the Fallen (via Steam)

And lastly, here are a few other deals from around the web:

Taylor Whaley
Taylor is an avid enjoyer of the indie gaming scene and the games industry. He got his start in video games journalism back in 2012 when he started writing for a small online publication. Since then he has written for several others and now contributes to Two Credits. Often accused of being addicted to coffee.

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