By – TPG News Beat

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Square-Enix is having a massive sale on their official site.  Several games up for grabs are redeemable via Steam including Sleeping Dogs, Hitman, Deus Ex, Tomb Raider, Thief and more.  Be sure to look under the “Activation” tab at the bottom of each game page for details.  We do not have word on the sale only being a US exclusive or if our friends across the pond can partake of the goodness as well.

Here is a partial list of titles currently available:

  • Sleeping Dogs – $7.50
  • Hitman: Absolution Professional Edition -  $10.00
  • Tomb Raider: Anniversary – $2.50
  • Tomb Raider: Underworld – $2.50
  • Thief II: The Metal Age – $2.50
  • Thief Deadly Shadows – $2.50
  • Last Remnant – $3.75
  • Supreme Commander 2 – $3.25
  • Gyromancer -  $2.50
  • Deus Ex: Human Revolution – $7.50
  • Deus Ex: Invisible War – $2.50
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  • hesoyamdonMonster

    amazing offer

  • hesoyamdonMonster

    i not able to register ! why !?!

  • http://twitter.com/Jordaxn Jordan Richards

    Many people (including myself) are having payment issues where after giving them all the payment information, nothing happens. Just an empty page with their banner and side bars. Others are getting keys via email to redeem on Steam and them not redeeming. Excellent deals if you’re lucky enough to get a key that works in the first place.

    • Adam Ames

      Thanks for the info. I have not tried to purchase myself so I cannot comment. Did your payment go through? It would be awful if cards are being charged without getting keys.

      • http://twitter.com/Jordaxn Jordan Richards

        My card was charged and I received a billing email about 6 hours after the purchase with the activation code for Steam. Not the usual immediate service you get with every other online store ever. haha.
        Not the best service but I got my game in the end at least.

    • Mike Bezek

      This was an issue with their last sale. They have an awful authentication system that seems to work when it wants to, that or their servers simply cannot handle the load. They are in dire financial straits right now, so I wouldn’t be surprised if they are inadvertently throttling traffic due to cutting costs. Also, Square is awful at planning.