Steam's ninth day of sales offers Torchlight 2 for $4.99, Deadpool for $9.99, Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons for $4.49 and Saints Row 4 for $19.99. If you're feeling charitable, you can grab SR4's Child's Play Pack for $1.19, which dresses your president in Digital Dino or Robochimp outfits. Deep Silver will donate all of the involved proceeds to Child's Play.
Console gamers aren't left out of the post-holiday savings, either - Amazon is offering the PS3 racer Gran Turismo 6 for $39.99 today. PS3 and Xbox 360 copies of FIFA 14 are also $34.99, with PC downloads going for $29.99.
Lastly, Square Enix's mobile sale is on until January 5, offering deals on mobile ports of classics like Secret of Mana for $3.99 on iOS, The World Ends With You for $8.99 on iOS, and all kinds of Final Fantasy games for iOS and Android.
Last chance to pick up dozens of games up to 80% off in community-voted bundles
Brace yourselves: winter is ending. GOG.com's 2013 DRM-Free Winter Sale is ending as the year itself wraps up. The complete Wing Commander series, Expeditions: Conquistador, Eador: Masters of the Broken Worlds, Stronghold HD, Lords of the Realm 1 - 3, the complete Tex Murphy files, and more titles are 75% off for the last 24 hours of the sale, while Guacamelee, Dust: An Elysian Tail, Volgarr the Viking, and 66% off and Myst, Syberia 1 and 2, Amerzone, and Journey to the Center of the Earth are all 80% off.
On top of all of these celebrated community bundles, virtually the entire catalog of the DRM-Free digital distributor is on sale 50% off. With indies and classics alike available at prices as low as $2.99, this is the last chance for anyone who wants to pick these games up with some money they received over the holiday to do so and save.
As the year winds down in 2013, GOG.com finishes up another great year of over 150 game releases, 100 Mac releases, and great classics like Leisure Suit Larry, Neverwinter Nights 2, Daikatana, System Shock 2, Wizardry 6 & 7, and Wizardry 8, and I Have No Mouth And I Must Scream. Also, top indie titles like FEZ; Papers, Please; Race the Sun; and more indie classics, have arrived on GOG.com this year, and the DRM-Free digital distributor continues to do everything they can to earn their place as the #2 independent digital distributor on the 'Net.
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