Hail the PC Gamer: BioShock Triple Pack for $15, Donate to Humble Bundle


Not everyone has what it takes to be a part of the glorious PC gaming master race. In honor of our console-shunning readers, today we're presenting the week's best computer gaming deals. Let the peasants have their Xbox Ones and PS4s, you'll be busy grabbing the BioShock Triple Pack with a $5 Amazon credit for $15, saving $10 on all 17 Command & Conquer titles, and giving money to charity in exchange for a 4-game bundle.

  1. BioShock Triple PackBioshock Triple Pack for Windows bundled with a $5 Amazon Game Download Credit
    Store: Amazon
    Price: $14.99
    Lowest By: $20
    Expires: December 31

    Is It Worth It?: There's never been a better time to travel to Rapture and Columbia; right now, you can download all three games from the BioShock franchise for just $15. Better yet, you'll bag a $5 credit that you can use in January to purchase one of Amazon's 2013 Editor's Choice games. Assuming you'll use the credit, that's the best price we've ever seen for this bundle and a price low by at least $20. Considering that most merchants charge at least $40 for BioShock Infinite alone, this bundle is an easy DealNews Editors' Choice pick.

    If the BioShock titles don't float your bathysphere, you can still bag that $5 Amazon game download credit. Just purchase a qualifying game download during Amazon's Holiday Deals Sale, which cuts up to 90% off select titles. That's tied as one of the best game sales we've seen from Amazon all year, dropping many titles to the lowest prices we've ever seen.

  2. Command & Conquer CollectionCommand & Conquer: The Ultimate Collection for Windows bundled with a $5 Amazon Game Download Credit
    Store: Amazon
    Price: $4.99
    Lowest By: $10
    Expires: December 31

    Is It Worth It?: Speaking of deals that will score you the $5 Amazon game download credit mentioned above, you can grab the credit and 17 Command & Conquer titles for just $5. If you use the credit, that means you're essentially getting these games for free, an Editors' Choice savings of at least $10. Armchair generals are sure to adore just about every title in this genre-defining RTS series, which "has spent nearly two decades as one of PC gaming's most beloved franchises," according to IGN.

  3. Grand Theft AutoGrand Theft Auto 4-Game Bundle for Windows bundled with a $5 Amazon Game Download Credit
    Store: Amazon
    Price: $10.99
    Lowest By: $19
    Expires: December 31

    Is It Worth It?: If you'd rather cause a little mayhem than command an army, grab this Editors' Choice Grand Theft Auto 4-game bundle and go to town. You'll even bag the $5 Amazon credit we mentioned above, so that's like saving $19 just for choosing to snipe helicopters with a rocket launcher. Work out all of your latent issues with downloads of Grand Theft Auto III, Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, and Gran Theft Auto IV.

  4. Humble Bundle 8Humble Bundle 8 for Windows, Mac, Linux, and Android
    Store: Humble Bundle
    Price: At least $1
    Lowest By: $37
    Expires: December 31

    Is It Worth It?: It's Humble Bundle time again, when gamers can donate cash to a good cause and get games for their charity. Pay at least $1, and you'll get four sweet games: Little Inferno, Gemini Rue, Jack Lumber, and AAAAAAAAaaaaaAAAAA! for the Awesome. Better yet, opt to pay more than the average donation (currently $4.23), and you'll score two more games, Hero Academy and Anomaly 2. You can choose to send your funds to charity, the games' devs, or even the Humble Bundle site itself.

  5. Dungeons & DragonsDungeons & Dragons Anthology: The Master Collection for Windows
    Store: GamesGate
    Price: $4.99
    Lowest By: $15

    Is It Worth It?: No need to bust out the dice bag tonight; you can get your fill of tabletop gaming-inspired dungeon crawling with this Editors' Choice Dungeons & Dragons Anthology for just $5. You'll save $15 on six epic RPGs, including Baldur's Gate 1 and 2 with expansions, Icewind Dale 1 and 2 with expansions, Planescape: Torment, and The Temple of Elemental Evil.

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