It’s the tenth and final day of download4u’s March Madness sale, and that means a last set of games up for grabs at discounted prices for a while. Today, the headlining game is the recently-released stellar third-person action/adventure game Tomb Raider. The game is available at a discount of 40 percent, which brings its price down from Rs 999 to Rs 499.
Instead of the usual casual fare, all of the titles up for grabs today are full-blown AAA titles. Civilization V is available at a 50 percent discount, which brings the price down to Rs 749, Battlefield 3 is available at a 50 percent discount, bringing its price to Rs 749, Hitman: Absolution's price is down to 499, Sleeping Dogs is down to Rs 399 and Crysis 3 is down to Rs 899.
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This would also be the last chance to take part in Game4u's givewaway. The prizes range from gaming gear from Razer and SteelSeries as well as offers from AVG and Tata Docomo. The top two downloaders have a chance to win a Razer BlackWidow Ultimate 2013 gaming keyboard—one of the best gaming keyboards available in the market—and the SteelSeries Flux Headset at the end of the March Madness campaign.
Yesterday's headlining game was Battlefield 3 at a 50 percent discount, alongside its premium service, which was available at a 40 percent discount. The other games up for grabs were the two-year-old multiplayer FPS Call of Duty: Black Ops, Dungeons, Coffee Break 2, Destination Treasure Island and SBK 09.
The day before, the headlining game was Dark Souls, which was available at a 30 percent discount. Other than that, there was strategy game Star Wars: Empire at War at a 40 percent discount and third person action game Star Wars: The Force Unleashed at a 50 percent discount. Alongside this, Obsidian's hack-and-slash RPG Dungeon Siege and Criterion's Need for Speed: Most Wanted were on sale at a 40 percent discount. The casual games of the day included Dead Block, Public Enemies: Bonny & Clyde and Iron Storm.
Before that, the headlining games were drift-based racing game Ridge Racer Unbounded and takedown-based Burnout Paradise at discounts of 40 percent each. Alongside these, there was the disappointing FPS Duke Nukem Forever, the stellar World War II-era strategy game by Relic Company of Heroes, Ceville, Robin Hood, Journey to the Moon and Hollywood - Extended Edition.