Columns Sales Roundup

Weekly Sales Roundup Vol 5 – Grand Theft Auto V, The Wolf Among Us, And More

Welcome to the Two Credits Weekly Sales Roundup, Volume 4! 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.


The Wolf Among Us (via GOG.com)

GOG’s weekly sale vol 25 is live, with 47 titles on sale at up to 80% off. This week’s lineup seems to be primarily action/shooter focused, but there’s a pretty good variety of other genres available as well. Blast your way through a deluge of enemy fire in Metal Slug 3 (-66%/$2.03), sail the Caribbean in search of adventure and treasure in Pirates! Gold Plus (-70%/$1.79), and battle your way to victory turn-by-turn in anime-esque fantasy RPG Hyperdimension Neptunia Re;Birth1 (-80%/$5.99). The weekly sale runs until August 7, 2017 @ 4PM UTC. 

As if that wasn’t enough stuff to consider, Telltale Games has put almost their entire GOG catalogue on a 75% off sale in anticipation of the new season of their Batman series. All of the titles can be purchased individually at various discount rates or altogether as a ‘megabundle’ for 75% off across the board. Follow the tale of the noble House Forrester as they’re dragged into bloody warfare in Game of Thrones Season 1 (-50%/$12.49), become the big bad wolf himself to solve a mysterious murder in The Wolf Among Us (-50%/$12.49), and conquer the unforgiving wasteland of Pandora in Tales from the Borderlands (-50%/$12.49). The Telltale Megabundle sale is on until August 7, 2017 @ 4PM UTC. 

Here are a few other noteworthy highlights from the sales:


Grand Theft Auto V (via Steam)

And lastly, 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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