Fancy a free PC copy of Mass Effect Legendary Edition? Prime Gaming has got you covered.
The snag is you’ll have to wait till July 12th/13th, Prime Day, to get it. But between now and then, Prime Gaming subscribers – in other words, anyone with with an Amazon Prime account – will get a ludicrous amount of free indie titles.
There are twenty-five indie titles on offer; Amazon hasn’t stated they’re being released on a day-by-day basis, so they should all be available, to keep, from the June 21st, on top of June’s existing Prime Gaming titles. Going by previous Prime Gaming offerings, some of these will be redeemable on GOG or Steam, while others may require the Prime Launcher.
Here, then are those “indie” titles:
- 10 Second Ninja X
- 8Doors: Arum’s Afterlife Adventure
- Addling Adventures
- Bang Bang Racing
- Clouds & Sheep 2
- Death Squared
- Fatal Fury Special
- Giana Sisters: Twisted Dreams
- Gone Viral
- Manual Samuel
- Metal Slug 2
- Metal Unit
- Pumped BMX Pro
- Puzzle of the Year – 10 Pack
- Rain World
- Road Trip – 3 Pack
- Samurai Shodown II
- Serial Cleaner
- The Crow’s Eye
- The Darkside Detective
- The Darkside Detective: A Fumble in the Dark
- The King of Fighters 2000
- The King of Fighters 2002
- The Metronomicon: Slay the Dance Floor
Calling King of Fighters 2000 and 2002 indie titles is really stretching the definition of the word, but most of the other games fit. We can heartily recommend 10 Second Ninja X and The Darkside Detective, both of which we rated as outstanding.
As for the games that will be available on Prime Day(s), July 12 and 13th, you’ll be able to nab these PC titles:
- GRID Legends
- Mass Effect Legendary Edition
- Need for Speed Heat
- Star Wars Jedi Knight — Jedi Academy
- Star Wars Jedi Knight II — Jedi Outcast
- Star Wars Republic Commando
They’re all worth tackling, but Mass Effect Legendary Edition is a must if you’ve not tackled the space-opera action RPG. And if you have, why not replay so you can struggle, once again, whether to save the space racist or the plank of wood.
If you’re wondering what the heck Prime Day is, it’s a chance for Prime subscribers save big money at Amazon, sometimes with lightning-on-the-spot deals. Well, we say “save”, but it’s only a bargain if you really want it, so take care. You can find out more here.