S.T.A.L.K.E.R. Clear Sky, PC - £13.71

S.T.A.L.K.E.R. Clear Sky, PC - £13.71 delivered

Apply code "PP-02-DISCOUNT" for 2% off.

Penny Arcade Adventures - Episode One: On the Rain-Slick Precipice of Darkness: Episode One, PC/Mac/Linux - £10.16

Penny Arcade Adventures - Episode One: On the Rain-Slick Precipice of Darkness: Episode One, PC/Mac/Linux - £10.16 download

This is how a digital download service should be implemented. I love steam, but it is not without it's flaws.

This is completely DRM free. You can redownload your games indefinitely, purchasing one license gives you access to the PC, Mac, and Linux versions should you so wish, and most importantly, they are not price gouging based on region whatsoever.

From Kristin at Hothead games:
"What I do know is that Ep. 1 will be $19.95 US everywhere (except Canada), and that in the same spirit that we aim to be platform agnostic, I can imagine that we wouldn't want to penalize you because of where you live."

Current exchange rate pegs that at £10.16 plus any credit card charges (or paypal fees)

A demo for all formats is also available.

Note - I am actually in an exam right now, but I have scheduled this post to align with the release date/time. If it's not actually out right this second, it will be soon.


I seem to be on the receiving end of a lot of unpleasant comments spam. I had hoped to keep my comments sections completely open and anonymous, should individuals so chose, for as long as possible, but it looks like that is no longer the case.

I think the best alternative that blogger will allow me is to have it so that anyone with a google or OpenID account can post comments, but if someone wished to remain anonymous, it will have to go through moderation. This means that if, for any reason (that is none of my business) you want to remain anonymous, or can't be arsed to get a google account or whatever, then you can still post comments, there will just be a delay between when you send it and when it gets published.

Geometry Wars: Galaxies, DS - £9.99

Geometry Wars: Galaxies, DS - £9.99 delivered

As I said on the Wii post, I've got this, got it for pretty cheap around launch, and can't recommend it enough.

It comes with a version of 'Retro Evolved', the XBLA/PC version of Geometry wars, but the meat of the game if the fantastic Galaxies section, which features a whole host of levels which all mix up the rules, and some RPG light elements.

It's a must own at a tenner.

Geometry Wars: Galaxies, Wii - £9.99

Geometry Wars: Galaxies, Wii - £9.99 delivered

Bought so hard.

I have Retro Evolved on the PC, and the DS version too, but I've always wanted to check out the Wii version. It has classic controller support for if you want dual stick controls, but I think I'll go for the Wiimote + nunchuck control scheme first.