If you want more games, though, you can get a bundle of four for $13.32, or five games for $16.65. Any way you slice it, each game ends up costing just $3.33, which is a heck of a deal, considering the MSRP for the games range between $20 and $40 each. What games are we talking about? You can find full list of 16 PC games below, but here are some of the highlights.
For one, Life is Strange: The Complete Season, is an excellent game with a (mostly) laid-back vibe. It’s narrative-driven, so you don’t have to worry about having fast reflexes or anything, and the story it tells is mysterious, lightly sci-fi, and highly engrossing.
Redout is an ultra-fast, futuristic racing game, along the lines of Wipeout or F-Zero. The Pillars of the Earth is an adventure game that takes place in 12th century England and focuses on a cast of small-town characters struggling to survive during war and famine. Lords of the Fallen is a lot like Dark Souls, but not as crushingly difficult. Shiness: The Lightning Kingdom is a colorful JRPG.
Really, there’s something for everyone in the eligible games. If you can find three you’d like to try, there’s no reason not to give it a shot at this price.
And if those don’t do it for you, you’re likely to find plenty of games of interest in the Ubisoft Store and GOG Spring Sales, also going on now.
Chris Reed is IGN’s shopping and commerce editor. You can follow him on Twitter @_chrislreed.