Game4U brings heavy discounts to PC Games, wants you to revel in March madness

Popular online retailer Game4u is offering heavy discounts on PC games for the next 9 days as part of their March Madness campaign.

Published Date
22 - Mar - 2013
| Last Updated
22 - Mar - 2013
Game4U brings heavy discounts to PC Games, wants you to revel in...

So here’s a little treat for Indian gamers. Game4U, an online retailer of video games for all platforms is running a March Madness promotional offer, where for a period of 9 days, games on the Download4U section will be offered up at up to 50% off.

The offer which kicks off today, will offer a selection of PC games at discounted price, with the offer lasting only 24 hours. Each day, the company will be offering a different selection of games from publishers such as Electronic Arts, Square Enix, SEGA and also from independent publishers. Along with that, buyers also stand a chance to win a range of products from partners such as Razer and Steel Series through daily giveaways as well as offers from AVG Anti-virus and Tata Docomo broadband services. The top 2 downloaders stand a chance to win the Razer BlackWidow Ultimate 2013 and the SteelSeries Flux Headset at the end of the campaign.

Download4U is a service started by Game4U and is targeted at PC gamers as it is the only online retailer offering the ability to download PC games, just like from Steam. Here is a list of games and the discounted price they are being offered at. For a full list of discounts and offers, browse over to Game4U’s website

TitleMRPDiscount %MM MRP
22ndCrysis 3 Rs.  1,499.0040% Rs.             899.40
Syndicate Rs.                999.0040% Rs.                          599.40
Pro Riders Snowboard Rs.      199.0020% Rs.             159.20
Criminal Minds Rs.      199.0010% Rs.             179.10
 Airline Tycoon 2 Rs.      299.0020% Rs.             239.20
Aladin & the Enchanted Lamp Rs.      149.0010% Rs.             134.10
Borderlands 2 Rs.  1,499.0040% Rs.             899.40

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