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Post by Eorl @ 02:18pm 14/03/14 | 2 Comments
Rockstar Games steps into the spotlight for a weekend-long Steam publisher sale, bringing price drops for L.A. Noire and the Grand Theft Auto series, among other deals.

Starting today, Steam members can pick up the DLC-bundled Complete Edition of L.A. Noire for just $14.99. Sadly Australian gamers aren't being given the option to purchase the four-game (plus DLC) Grand Theft Auto Complete Pack, though you can purchase the Grand Theft Auto Trilogy and Grand Theft Auto IV: Complete Edition separately. Max Payne 3 and its Rockstar DLC Pass are also up for sale at $8.99, plus the May Payne Bundle for $3.74.

Other sale highlights include Midnight Club 2 for $3.29 and Bully: Scholarship Edition for $4.95. Sale prices remain in effect through March 17.



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RuleofBooKz
Posted 02:29pm 14/3/14
Really wanted to like L.A. Noire. Heard lots of good things and so got it on PC when it came out. Played a few cases but it just couldn't sustain interest. Always meant to go back to it but i think i deleted it off my main drive not long ago.

Max Payne 3 was great. Been meaning to play thru that again as its definitely a more than one play thru experience just for the stunning locations / graffix and the good gun play and action story

And Grand Theft Auto V is out for PC when?

Sadly Australian gamers aren't being given the option to

In this day and age of "work arounds" why do they even bother with this crap?
IVY_MiKe
Posted 06:39pm 14/3/14
Chiming in to say that whilst Max Payne 3 isn't remotely in the 'same style' as it's forbears(sp?) it's still worth a play-through and at $9 that's a bargain.

Be warned, for those with smaller download quota's Max Payne 3 and GTA IV (with EFLC) are ~60Gb of download (just over 30 a piece!).
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