We like Green Man Gaming. You know that. They help us out when you do; so it's only natural we try to help them out by helping you out. That means sense, right? Well, it's their 7th birthday, and what kind of friend would we be if we didn't shout it from the rooftops? We don't want to be that guy that doesn't turn up to the birthday party and breaks a heart in the process. So we're here; ready to the throw the presents straight to you.
Over 7 days, Green Man Gaming has been celebrating its name-day by running a sale (what else did you expect?). And there's some pretty sweet deals coming out of it, too. With each resetting at 2pm BST, we're cutting it close to day 5. But there's still time!
So. Until 2pm BST - by which time we'll update this post - you can grab the following titles at a fairly hefty discount while bumping it down even lower through the time-honored traditions of coupons! A code, at least. Enter '7YEARS' into the discount box around the checkout page to knock another 20% off. And remember - logged-in users get an additional discount on every purchase, too. Once stacked, you're looking at some brilliant deals like;
Green Man Gaming 7th Birthday - Sunday, May 14/Monday, May 15 2pm BST
- Dishonored 2 - £19.99
- Rocket League - £10.49
- NieR: Automata - £32.79
- Hybrid Wars - £6.12
- Mass Effect Trilogy - £9.99
- Titanfall - £9.99
- Prey - £31.99
- each of these prices are without the 20% coupon
It's a little sad we're not looking at Titanfall 2 here, but the original is still a might fine experience for those who didn't give a shot the first time around. Rocket League and NieR: Automata are to solid recommendations, while we can guarantee you've come across more than a few demanding even Grandma picks up Mass Effect for some steamy sci-fi drama.
Remember - each of the prices listed below can be cut down by another 20% by entering '7YEARS' at the checkout. By using the links on this page to buy whichever game stands out to you - you're directly support the continued efforts of everyone here at GameWatcher. Call it a 'Finder's' fee - or 'Keeping The Lights On' fee. Either works.