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'Transformers', Tony Hawk', other Activision games in Amazon's digital deals

Transformers: Fall of Cybertron
Transformers: Fall of Cybertron
Photo courtesy of Activison, used with permission

Amazon loaded up a fresh batch of digital download PC deals on Thursday that features a slew of Activision published titles. This includes both “Transformers: Cybertron” titles, “Gun”, “The Walking Dead”, “Tony Hawk” and others for as much as 75 percent off.

“Transformers: War for Cybertron” was the first game in the series released and has been discounted down to only $5 at the online retailer. Meanwhile, the sequel, “Transformers: Fall of Cybertron” can be picked up for $15 for those that need to satisfy their Dinobot cravings.

Neversoft developed title “Gun” is also marked down to $5 while “Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater HD” is available for only $2.50. Meanwhile, “Prototype” is $5 and the “Prototype 2” is $10”. However, both games and the RADNET DLC Pack for the second is on sale for $17.49.

Other games that fall in the $5 range include “TimeShift” and “Vampire: The Masquerade: Bloodlines”. Games that are available for $7.50 are “Fast and Furious: Showdown”, “Cabela’s Dangerous Hunts 2013”, “Cabela’s Hunting Expeditions”, “Singularity” and “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows”.

More recent releases in the group are “The Walking Dead: Survival Instinct” and “Family Guy: Back to the Multiverse” for $12.50 each and “The Amazing Spider-Man” for $17. There’s even “Ice Age 4: Continental Drift” for $10.

The games mentioned above will be on sale through Wednesday, April 30. If you are more of a forward looking individual, there are more than a dozen upcoming titles that come with a $5 Amazon credit if you pre-order. “Watch Dogs” and “Child of Light” are the closes upcoming releases but “Evolve”, “Plants Vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare”, “Alien Isolation”, “Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel” and more are also listed.

After you order a digital download game, Amazon will send an email with a code or a link to download the title to you PC. Note the “DRM” sub-heading under the game’s title on the site to determine whether the game does or does not require the use of services like Steam. These

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