Square Enix Store Goes Crazy with “Up to 75% Off Everything”

by on January 30, 2013

Square-Enix-SaleIt may be for “one week only”, but holy crap there’s some bargains to be had here.

Following on from the Final Fantasy sale via the PlayStation Network, Square Enix have sent us word a whole host of titles can be purchased on the cheap for one week only, or specifically, from January 30 to February 6.

Hitman Absolution and Sleeping Dogs are discounted by 75% (and that PC version of Sleeping Dogs is a must-buy, even if the PS3 version will be free through PlayStation Plus next month), whilst Final Fantasy VII is £4.99, Deus Ex: Human Revolution is £4.99, and Just Cause 2 is £2.49.

If you’ve never played Deus Ex: Human Revolution, the first 15 minutes are below, along with an image of the flyer for the sale. So head over there now, and then come back here and tell us what you grabbed!

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  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=61414987 Matt Hone

    Deus Ex: Human Revolution is really good, very non-linear, has hubs with lots of things to do, choices affect gameplay. Weaknesses are the ending and the boss fights, but The Missing Link DLC has a boss fight which somewhat makes up for the latter.

  • http://GodisaGeek.com/ Adam Cook

    Yeah, there’s a few boss fights I really didn’t like in that game, but overall it’s a superb buy.

    I’m desperately trying not to buy Sleeping Dogs on PC. I never have time for PC games and have already finished it on 360…but I know how good it looks on PC…

    Bloody sales.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=61414987 Matt Hone

    I would recommend Sleeping Dogs. They’ve put the PC version together with some thought and consideration. The textures are very good, especially when coupled with the lighting. For me, the atmosphere was the biggest selling point. They’ve done a great job presenting a Hong Kong-like environment, and the radio stations give it a feel of its own. Put that together with Batman: Arkham-like combat, and you get a game good enough to stand on its own merits.

  • http://GodisaGeek.com/ Adam Cook

    Totally agree!