All good things must come to an end and so too must's Summer Sale. The sale has been going on for over a week now with different thematic events going every couple of days. We've now arrived at the homestretch and Green Man is giving you one more chance at all of it with the Encore Sale. During the next couple days you can get in on some of the best deals from the entire sale.
So the variety of the Green Man Summer Sale has been eclectic to say the least. There have been sci-fi, level up-based, multiplayer centric and bad ass themes informing the selection for players to choose from. The Encore Sale brings all of these themes together into one all-star sale. So if you're looking to get games from any of your favorite publishers, genres or styles, now is definitely the time. As usual, we've rounded up some of the most desirable highlights on the market.
From the first day of the sale, we received a couple of the most awesome sci-fi titles out there. XCOM 2 returns in bothformat and the package featuring DLC and the soundtrack. It continues Firaxis's rebooted human revolution against the aliens with incredible gusto. However, if you're looking for a different kind of revolution, you have to check out , offering a definitive choose-your-own style of sci-fi RPG adventure.
For those adventurers with more contemporary urban tastes, we have to had it to. The game features an immersive and diverging journey with three very diverse protagonists all trying to take their slice of the American Dream any way they can in Liberty city. If you want more out of it, check out the bundles and take on Grand Theft Auto Online with friends after you've finished the main game and build your criminal empire. That said, if you want to build an urban empire from the outside looking in, allow us to direct you to . Cities brings back city sim management in sheer style and variation with a host of options for the regular game and mod support allowing you access to thousands of user-created content packs to build your perfect urban utopia.
Looking for something to satisfy an itchy trigger finger? The Encore Sale has you covered. Want to get some of the best various types of shooters gathered in one place? Look no further than. With this, you get Half-Life 2, as well as it's Episode 1 and 2 expansions, Portal, and Team Fortress 2. Sure, TF2 may be free to play now, but the rest of these games are well worth the price of admission if you haven't tried them yet. Of course, if you're looking for a pure storytelling shooter across some of the most imaginative environments conceived, you have to check out the Triple pack, featuring Bioshock 1, 2, & Infinite at a fraction of their regular price. Each story comes from the masterful direction of Ken Levine and must be seen to be believed.
Wrapping up our highlights are some of the most amusing games best enjoyed with a few other buddies. First up is the Complete Edition offeaturing all expansions that have taken the game from pretty good to one of the most extensively awesome 4X titles out there. Grab your friends, choose a country, and dominate the world through a number of victory conditions with completely customizable settings. If you and your pals are feeling sporty and looking to dominate a smaller arena, try out the physics defying RC-soccer hybrid known as . Easy to learn, crazy to master, and incredible from start to finish in each match. Are you and your friends good enough to take on teams from across the world in a fast-paced, high-octane showdown? Then this is your game.
The themes of the Green Man Gaming Sale never overstay their welcome and the Encore sale will be no different. If you want to get in on the action, you'd best make your move soon because it all comes to an end on the 1st of August. Of course, there's no need to fret if you didn't see what you were looking for here. These are just the tip of the iceberg. The Encore Sale is featuring over 1,000 titles at up 90% off. Want to browse the whole selection? Check it out.
Green Man Gaming's Summer Sale is coming to its final curtain call
30 July 2016 | By TJ Denzer