GameFanShop Round Up: 27 May 2013

You like games. I have discounts available for PC games. Shop at my GameFanShop partner store, get great deals on games, and support Sketchy Details. Easy as that. Here are this week's deals. They expire on Sunday, 2 June 2013.

Metro: Last Light is available in two editions. The standard edition is on sale for $39.99 (20% off).

The Limited Edition, with an extra game mode, an extra weapon, and better ammo, is on sale for $43.99 (20% off). This FPS is sitting pretty with an 82/100 on Metacritic right now.

Not to be left out, Metro 2033 is on sale for $8.99 (40% off). Play the post-apocalyptic FPS that led to the development of the critically acclaimed sequel for cheaper than ever.

Defiance continues to drop in price. The regular edition is on sale for $35.99 (40% off).

The Deluxe Edition, with all sorts of exp and gameplay boosts to start you off right, is on sale for $48.99 (50% off).

The Season Pass, giving you all the DLC as it's released, is on sale for $27.99 (30% off).

For fans of The Sims 3, you can pick up three of the better expansion packs for real cheap this week. Seasons adds all sorts of new clothes and events to correspond with the calendar year for $22.99 (43% off).

University Life adds on the college experience for your young adult Sims for $22.99 (43% off).

Ambitions adds on all new careers and even workplace control for $22.99 (43% off).

The last deal is a brand new one for GameFanShop. Resident Evil Revelations is on sale for $41.99 (16% off) for the first time. This is a new adaptation of the 3DS Resident Evil game that allows you to play without paying for a $30 accessory that only works on a handful of games. PC is the way to go with this game if you don't have it already.

With over 1000 PC games to download, GameFanShop is bound to have something for everyone to enjoy. They have a wide array of point and click adventure games, murder mystery titles, and even kids games. You register an account, pay for your games, and receive an e-mail with the Steam code or the link to download the game. Simple as that.

Have a look around the Sketchy Details GameFanShop and see if there's anything you like. I get a small commission on each sale through the referral link and you get a great game for a great price. We both win.

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