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If you haven't tried out the latest XCOM releases, now's not a bad time to grab 'em on PC. Today NewEgg has a bundle with The Bureau and XCOM Enemy Unknown for $20. Both activate on Steam, where separately you'd have to pay $60.
Solid XCOM PC download offer from Amazon. They've bundled the August-released The Bureau with last year's hit Enemy Unknown for $25. Just on its own The Bureau sells for $50 on Steam, so you're getting an excellent value.
The August-released Bureau: XCOM Declassified dropped to $7.49 today at GameStop as a PC download - a solid 75% off the usual $30 you have to pay at Steam and elsewhere.
The Bureau: XCOM Declassified dropped to $6 today after coupon at GameFly - that ties the all time low seen a few days last week. With a 66/100 Metacritic rating, this definitely did not get the best critic reviews. However, if you're a fan of the XCOM series it might be worth picking up at this price point.
If you've been curious how well The Bureau: XCOM Declassified plays, now's the cheapest time to buy. This week GameFly has the price down to $5.99 after coupon - a new low by $1.50, and $22.50 off the usual $30. Not bad for a game that released for $49.99 back in August 2013.
The Bureau: XCOM Declassified PC download slashed to to $7.50 at GMG - a new low by $2. Too bad their 20% coupon code doesn't stack on top for extra savings, but this 75% off instant discount is still very solid.
The August 20th released Bureau: XCOM Declassified dropped to $18.75 on PC. A full 62% off the $50 list price. Despite some disappointed critic reviews (it's hard to top last year's XCOM: Enemy Unknown), it may be worth investigating at this price point.
The recently released Bureau: XCOM Declassified dropped to $35 on Green Man Gaming. No coupons required, just a straight up $15 discount and the lowest price seen thus far by $3.
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