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Top 10 Awesome Cheap Games for LESS than 5 Euro (2018)

August 21, 2019


With all the hyped AAA megaproductions
sold at full-price for months after release, it’s sometimes hard to stretch your budget
and get them all. That doesn’t mean you can’t play an amazing
game without cutting your funds for food and rent though – hidden in plain sight, smaller
indie productions, or older games you haven’t gotten around trying yet are waiting for you
to grab at a price that will make your piggy bank smile. Let’s dive into our list of top 10 games
you can get for just under 5 euro on G2A.COM. If any of them grabs your attention, just
follow the link in the description and get them! Human: Fall Flat The basic idea of this indie hit is simple: you control Bob, who is basically a squishy,
human-shaped beanbag. The goal: solving various puzzles set for
you in the game world… or just messing around. Bob moves in an endearingly uncoordinated
way, somewhat reminiscent of small children still figuring out their manual skills. The game even has a multiplayer mode, letting
you and your friends noodle around together, goof about, or push each other from a cliff
in a dumpster. It’s a fun, physics-based game perfect for
a getting in a good mood after a tiring day. The Elder Scrolls Series This comes as no surprise that year after year the Elder Scroll series stays popular. The amount of worldbuilding Bethesda have
been putting into these games since the days of Arena is astounding, and the games are
large enough for anyone to get lost in them forgetting about the main quest. Whether roaming the ashen lands of Morrowind
as a Nerevarine closing Oblivion rifts in the green hills
and forests of Cyrodill or slaying copious numbers of dragons in Skyrim,
there’s always something waiting beyond the hill and around the river bend. If you’re in for playing with people, wouldn’t
you know, Molag Bal is attacking Tamriel and more champions are needed to stop him. Left 4 Dead 2/ Warhammer: End Times – Vermintide The two games are outwardly rather similar: a group of people with a specific skillset
finds itself in a hostile environment, fighting against an onslaught of vicious enemies. Left 4 Dead series is set in modern times
amid a zombie apocalypse. The first game gained huge popularity, which
carried over to the sequel. A simple idea, tight execution, and exciting
scenarios cemented the game’s position among the cooperative objective-based action games. Warhammer: End Times – Vermintide tried to
ride on that popularity, marketing in no small part to the fans of Games Workshop’s famous
Warhammer Fantasy setting. This one give the players distinct classes
and pits them against the eponymous vermintide: a swarm of anthropomorphic rats called Skaven,
which attacks the human Empire. Both games are a ton of fun, so in the end
choosing which one you want to play is down to choosing the theme the appeals to you more. Borderlands, Borderlands 2 Borderlands 1 and 2 are at their core first-person shooters with insane amount of loot thrown
at the players from every corpse left in their wake. And not just any drab loot, either. Borderlands made guns interesting again: each
of them is randomly generated from a rich selection of affixes and values, making even
the guns sharing the same name always slightly different in some way. The game themselves are also fairly lighthearted. Borderlands is colourful, it doesn’t shy away
from jokes. It’s in a way embracing the atmosphere of
action movies from the 80s and 90s, the cheesy flicks with one-liners and cartoonishly vile
antagonists. Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor Shadow of Mordor is the game which built the foundations for 2017’s Shadow of War. It was the first game to feature the spectacular
Nemesis system, which generates unique enemies for you based on multiple factors, including
your last failed attempt to kill the orc. Kill it with fire, it might develop a fear
of flames, or come back with burn scars, for instance. There’s also an inherent social dynamic between
orc officers, and a lot of brutal in-fighting. Gameplay-wise, Shadow of Mordor is a mix between
Assassin’s Creed parkour and Batman Arkham combat, all set in Mordor, where the shadows
lie. Crusader Kings 2 Crusader Kings II is effectively a dynasty simulator, letting you take a prominent family
on a journey through centuries of European history. It includes all the cool bits of history,
like arranged marriages, assassinations, threats and declarations of war, and more, all in
order to cement your family’s position on the courts and thrones. Although complex, it’s well worth checking
and figuring out. It even lets you choose between picking some
of the historical figures and creating your own noble to elevate from the masses of his
or her peers. Mortal Kombat X Mortal Kombat is one of the most famous video game franchises out there, which is something
you can expect from a series running strong since 1992. Mortal Kombat X is a direct sequel to the
2011’s soft reboot of the convoluted franchise, and spends a lot of time depicting events
taking place twenty years after the previous game’s ending. Plenty of time for some new characters to
emerge, such as Sonya Blade and Johnny Cage’s daughter Cassie. This installation of the series introduced
fighter play-style variants to the gameplay. The thunder god Raiden for instance can specialise
in electricity based attacks, teleportation, or placing electric traps. Additionally each variant has a different
appearance, reflecting the ability focus. The Witcher 2: Assassins of kings Before widespread Witcher 3 mania, CD Projekt Red brought us a smaller, but just as satisfying
experience. The game’s plot kicks off when king Foltest
gets killed by a mysterious assassin, but Geralt gets the blame for it. Divided into several distinct acts, The Witcher
2 has choices which are actually meaningful, challenging combat demanding preparation,
and a tightly-woven, cinematic narrative. It’s definitely worth your time, especially
since it builds up the early stages of The Witcher 3. Tomb Raider The Tomb Raider franchise has gone through several soft reboots over the years, but none
as radical as the one launched in 2013, developed by Crystal Dynamics. In a weird twist of fate, the series which
inspired Uncharted ended up sharing some of the PlayStation’s hit key elements, like exciting
setpieces and a continuous cinematic presentation. The result was distinctly entertaining, even
if Lara should sue the environment of the game for extensive abuse. Spikes, rocks, long falls. The lass was in a world of hurt during that
game. This War of Mine This War of Mine is distinctly different from what we’ve learned to expect from war-themed
video games. It won’t send you charging against enemy emplacements,
mowing down grunt in droves, designing large-scale strategies, or reshaping the map of Europe. Instead it forced the players to take a long,
hard look at the harsh reality that civilians face every time war rolls through their country. The gameplay is divided into two phases: night-time,
when your characters can relatively safely leave the building to scavenge for resources,
and daytime, when they can use said resources to craft, upgrade, heal and so on. This kind of perspective is incredibly rare
in games, which makes This War of Mine a unique and worthwhile experience. That concludes our list of top 10 games from
the “Under 5 Euro” sale on the G2A.COM marketplace. Check out the link in the description to grab
the titles from this list, and more amazing games for a price that won’t hurt your wallet
– and let us know in the comments which of our propositions grabbed your interest!

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