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Mass Effect Legendary Edition and 29 other games free via Amazon Prime

Amazon Prime members will be able to claim 30 free games on Prime Day and an extra 25 indie titles on top of that, over the next month.

Traditionally, Prime Day has never had much in the way of bargains for video games, but it looks like this year things are going to be different, if you’re already an Amazon Prime member.

This year’s Amazon Prime Day takes place from July 12 to 13 and it’s been announced that over 50 games in total will be given away for free over the next two months.

30 of those will be made available over Prime ‘Day’ itself, including notable games such as Mass Effect Legendary Edition, GRID Legends, Need For Speed Heat, and Star Wars: Jedi Academy, Jedi Outcast, and Republic Commando.

There’s also 25 additional indie games what will be made available from between Tuesday, June 21 and July 13 and those include some well-known titles too.

The rest of the bigger name games haven’t been unveiled yet but will presumably be revealed closer to the big day(s).

Free Prime Gaming indie games

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 2
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

Amazon has been pushing its Prime Gaming promotions more and more in recent months and while the PC-only offerings still aren’t quite up there with other services, and the likes of Epic Games Store, there are still some good freebies to be had.

June’s batch of games, for example, includes Far Cry 4, Escape From Monkey Island, Astrologaster, Across The Grooves, Calico, and WRC 8 FIA World Rally Championship.

There’s more information on all the offers at the Prime Gaming blog.

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