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Despite all evidence to the contrary, Green Man Gaming is currently insisting that not only is Blue Monday a thing, but it continues to rage on, despite the fact that it is, in fact, Thursday now.

The site is offering 25 per cent off all PC games right now when you enter the code BLUE25 at checkout. This offer was originally set to finish earlier this week but has reportedly proven so popular, it's been extended until the end of Friday 19th January at 9:30 am UTC, so fill your boots while you can.


The offer includes some of the most recently-added titles, too, including Metal Gear: Survive and Street Fighter 5: Arcade Edition for 26.24 each. Far Cry 5 can be pre-rdered for 37.49, Lost Sphear's Day One Edition becomes 26.24.

This code will also bring the upcoming 3D remake of Secret of Mana down to its lowest price yet - 22.49. That one is due out in a matter of weeks and the 30 price point seemed a bit lofty for some. You'll be getting three bits of pre-order DLC with that, too.

Failing all that, you can of course use the code on a copy of PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds and get the game for 20.24. Since it's a bit popular.

Meanwhile, over at Jelly Deals, you can check out our guides to the best 4K monitors currently available and the best PC gaming controllers around. There might be something you like there. Say hi.

As previously mentioned, the Blue Monday code disappears from Green Man Gaming as of 9:30 am UTC Friday (tomorrow), so check out the possibilities while you can.

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